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Community of Learners: Printmaker Matt Brown's Transformative Encounter at the Hood

Hood Quarterly, spring 2013

The Hood’s statement of purpose includes the following: Our mission is to create an ideal learning environment that fosters transformative encounters with works of art. Sometimes transformative experiences take the form of new knowledge or a particular insight. Sometimes they are more far-reaching, as in the case of printmaker Matt Brown, whose career and life work was changed by a vision he received while seated on a bench in one of our galleries.

Alumni Voices: A Gift to the Hood Museum of Art: Prints by Dürer and Rembrandt

Hood Quarterly, spring 2013
Stacey Sell ’85, Associate Curator of Old Master Prints and Drawings, National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.

One Undergraduate’s Hood Experience

Hood Quarterly, spring 2013
Jane Cavalier ’14

Studying the Hood’s Japanese Prints: A Student’s Perspective

Teaching the Origins of Inequality: An Anthropology Professor’s Mellon Residency at the Museum

Hood Quarterly, spring 2013
Alan Covey, Associate Professor of Anthropology

Student Participation in Word and Image

Hood Quarterly, spring 2013
Michael Taylor, Director

The Women of Shin Hanga: The Judith and Joseph Barker Collection of Japanese Prints

Hood Quarterly, spring 2013
Allen Hockley Associate Professor, Department of Art History, Dartmouth College, and curator of the exhibition

Letter from the Director: Spring 2013

Hood Quarterly, spring 2013
Michael R. Taylor, Director

Community of Learners: K-12 Teacher Training

In Memoriam: Evie Kaiser

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