Class of 2018 graduates and their families are invited to Mimosas at the Museum for light refreshments, live music, giveaways and more.
FAMILY WORKSHOPExploring Contemporary Ceramics
What do Wonder Woman and Chinese porcelain have in common? In this family workshop, children and their adult companions will explore the work or ceramic artist Sin-ying Ho.
"Times out of Joint: or, When Arab Art Will Have Been Modern" Hannah Feldman, Associate Professor of Art History, Northwestern University
ADULT WORKSHOPExploring Form and Surface
This discussion-based workshop focuses on the ceramic works in the exhibition Sin-ying Ho: Past Forward.
GALLERY TALKExploring Chinese Culture Through Sin-ying Ho's Porcelain
Lunchtime Gallery Talk Sunglim Kim, Associate Professor, Department of Art History, Dartmouth
ART AND INNOVATION SERIES"Making Sound for a Living in a Gig Economy "
Rebecca Drapkin, Dartmouth Class of 2013, sound designer and audio engineer for Soundscape Productions and Morrow Sound/Charles Morrow Productions
CONVERSATIONS AND CONNECTIONSAn Afternoon with Artist Sin-ying Ho
In this informal discussion, chat with Sin-ying Ho and John Stomberg about Ho's ceramics on view. Limited seating is available.
PUBLIC OPENING RECEPTIONSin-ying Ho: Past Forward
Explore the new ceramics exhibition, enjoy light refreshments, and meet the artist.
DARTMOUTH NIGHTStudent Reception for Sin-ying Ho: Past Forward
Explore the new ceramics exhibition and meet the artist. Light refreshments provided. Wine for 21+ with state I.D. Free
ADULT WORKSHOP"Reason's Oxymorons"
A visit to the exhibition in advance of the workshop is recommended.