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Community of Learners

Community of Learners: Art and Alzheimer's

Community of Learners: The Art of Clinical Observation

Community of Learners: Learning to “Read” Art

Community of Learners: Family Programs

Hood Quarterly, spring 2007

For more than two decades, the Hood’s weekend programs for families and children have provided opportunities for younger audiences to explore works of art in an informal and relaxed atmosphere. Some events are designed for adults and children to learn about art in the galleries together, create studio projects, watch demonstrations, or participate in performances.

Community of Learners: Robots and Art Come Together at the Hood

Hood Quarterly, winter 2007

What do robots and art have in common? More than you might expect, and the significant connections between them inspired an exciting collaboration last summer among the Computer Science Department at Dartmouth, regional young people, and the Hood Museum of Art.

Fees Dropped for Programs

Community of Learners: Creative Writing in Response to Works of Art

Hood Quarterly, autumn 2006
Lesley Wellman, Curator of Education

Community of Learners: Notes from the Education Department

Hood Quarterly, summer 2003

Why teach children about art? Surveys conducted in the 1990s by the Lila Wallace–Reader’s Digest Fund at museums across the country revealed that 66 percent of adults who visited museums had done so when they were children. At the Hood Museum of Art, surveys of adult visitors revealed an even higher average of 76 percent. Clearly, childhood experience plays a significant role in shaping lifelong interests and habits, and this is one of the reasons why the Hood offers a wide array of programs for visitors under the age of eighteen.

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