LEFT The 2018-2019 senior Hood Interns from left to right: Armando Pulido '19, Victoria McCraven '19, Charlotte Grussing '19, Annabelle Bardenheier '19, Jules Wheaton '19, Hailee Brown '20, and Dillen Peace '19.
LEFT Ester Hernandez, Sun-Mad, 1982, screenprint on paper. Hood Museum of Art, Dartmouth: Purchased through the Hood Museum of Art Acquisitions Fund; PR.2002.22.
LEFT William Hogarth, A Rake’s Progress, Plate 8, 1735, etching and engraving on laid paper. Hood Museum of Art, Dartmouth: Purchased through the Florence and Lansing Porter Moore 1937 Fund, the Mrs. Harvey P. Hood W.18 Fund, the Jean and Adolph Weil Jr. 1935 Fund, the Barbara Dau '78 Fund for European Art, and the Class of 1935 Memorial Fund, 2015.9.8.
LEFT Doug Rickard, ! #40.805716, Bronx, NY (2007), from the series A New American Picture, 2011, archival pigment print. Purchased through the Mrs. Harvey P. Hood W’18 Fund and the James and Barbara Block Acquisitions Endowment; Selected by participants in the seminar “Museum Collecting 101”: Annabelle Bardenheier ’19; Maria Sarela Brenes ’17; Maclean Calihan ’17; Kang-Chun Cheng ’17; Palden Flynn ’18; Lena S. Gandevia ’19; Ishaan H. Jajodia ’20; Makena Kauhane ’19; John Ling ’17; Morgan Moinian ’20; Oscar Rodriguez de la Vega Olivares, Tuck ’17; Emily H. Yang ’18; 2017.3
LEFT Guerrilla Girls, Dearest Art Collector, from the portfolio Guerrilla Girls’ Most Wanted: 1985–2006, 1986, offset lithograph on paper. Purchased through the Anonymous Fund #144, 2006.83.3
LEFT Ashley Bryan, Swing Low Sweet Chariot, from Walk Together Children: Black American Spirituals, 1974, linocut on paper. Hood Museum of Art, Dartmouth: Gift of Elizabeth and Michael Mayor; 2014.38.
Each year, the Hood Museum of Art offers internships to Dartmouth students entering their senior year. In addition to working within administrative departments, most interns organize a unique Space for Dialogue installation. Working with Hood staff, interns determine a theme and identify objects, help design the installation, write labels and a brochure, and deliver a public gallery talk.
Five 2018-2019 interns curated a Space for Dialogue show, and their installations will be on view in Gutman Gallery from May 11, 2019 through January 4, 2020.
Los Mojados: Migrant Bodies and Latinx Identities Los mojados: cuerpos migrantes e identidades Latinx
By Armando Pulido ’19
On view May 11 through June 16, 2019
By Jules Wheaton ’19
On view June 22 through August 4, 2019
Creating Knowledge and Control
By Annabelle Bardenheier ’19
On view August 10 through September 22, 2019
The Politics of Pink
By Charlotte Grussing ’19
On view September 28 through November 3, 2019
Black Bodies on the Cross
By Victoria McCraven ’19
On view November 9 through January 4, 2020
Each student curator’s public gallery talk will be listed in the Events & Programs section of our website.
In addition, interns Dillon Peace '19 and Hailee Brown '20 are co-curating Unbroken: Native American Ceramics and Sculpture, which will be on view in Cheatham Gallery from April 4 through August 16, 2020.
Written by Isadora Italia, Campus Engagement Coordinator