Student-Curated Shows on View in 2020

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.

Six 2019-2020 interns curated a Space for Dialogue show, and their installations will be on view in Gutman Gallery from January 11, 2020 through January 3, 2021.

Vision 2020: What Do You See?
By Devon Mifflin '21
On view January 11 through March 1

When Art Intersects History
By Allison Carey '20
On view March 7 through April 26

The Soul Has Bandaged Moments
By Kensington Cochran '20
On view May 2 through June 28

The Butt of the Joke: Humor and the Human Body
By Grace Hanselman '20
On view July 4 through August 30

Process, Product and Black Practice
By Turiya Adkins '20
On view September 5 through November 1

Portraits of Disability
By Maeve McBride '20
On view November 7 through January 3, 2021

Each student curator's public gallery talk will be listed in the Events & Programs section of our website.

Written by Isadora Italia, Campus Engagement Coordinator

Written December 01, 2019