LEFT Sugarplum dancer Amanda Jiang '21 poses in front of Mark Rothko’s Lilac and Orange over Ivory (1953). Photo by Emma Langfitt ’20.
LEFT Sugarplum dancer Connie Huang ’21 poses in Engles Gallery. Photo by Emma Langfitt ’20.
LEFT Sugarplum dancer Amara Gordon ’19 poses in front of Edward Ruscha’s Standard Station, Amarillo Texas (1963). Photo by Emma Langfitt ’20.
LEFT Sugarplum dancer Sarah Wen ’22 poses in front of El Anatsui’s Hovor (2003). Photo by Emma Langfitt ’20.
LEFT Sugarplum dancers pose in front of Julie Mehretu’s Iridium over Aleppo (2018). From left to right: Jovanay Carter ’19, Charlotte Chui ’20, Amara Gordon ’19, Amanda Jiang ’21, Sarah Wen ’22. Photo by Emma Langfitt ’20.
Posted on May 20, 2019by Isadora Italia
This past winter, Dartmouth’s Sugarplum Dance Group made the Hood’s galleries and Russo Atrium a part of their creative work. During their annual photo shoot, the contemporary dancers drew inspiration from works of art and architectural features, striking elegant poses in our spaces. The Hood was thrilled to see its spaces activated with dance movements, only weeks after its reopening. Thank you, Sugarplum Dance Group, for making us part of your artistic process and for sharing these beautiful photos with us.
If you are a student group interested in collaborating with the Hood, please contact Isadora Italia, campus engagement coordinator.