During our closure, stay connected with us and #HoodMuseumFromHome! See how you can continue to explore and learn below.
Virtual Programming and Activities
Hood Museum of Art Activites Portal
We recently launched Escape to the Outdoors, a fully digital escape room-style game featuring works of public art on Dartmouth's campus. Players will work through a series of challenges featuring puzzles, riddles, and hidden codes related to six outdoor sculptures. Along the way, players will learn about the extraordinary works of art that enliven Dartmouth's campus.
Hood Museum YouTube Channel
Not able to attend our programming live? We've got you covered! Head over to the Hood Museum's (new!) YouTube channel to enjoy the majority of our recent virtual programs.
Printable Coloring Pages
Take a break from your screen with printable Hood Museum-themed coloring sheets! Click here to check out the available designs, then download and print your favorites.
Word Search Puzzles
Learn more about the Hood Museum's collection with themed word search puzzles! Click here to access word search puzzles designed by Dartmouth students. Download and print your favorites or use an Abode program to complete the puzzles on a digital device. New puzzles are added on an ongoing basis, so check back often!
Click here for more ways you can #HoodMuseumFromHome.
Read About the Hood Museum
Stories & News
Catch up on what we're doing, from updates on the collection to alumni and student interviews!
Additionally, we have two books currently available for purchase on Amazon: In the Midst of Something Splendid: Recent Paintings by Colleen Randall and The Hood Now: Art and Inquiry at Dartmouth. The new exhibition catalogue Form and Relation: Contemporary Native Ceramics is now available!
In the Press
"The Hood Can't Go Dark. And So It Hasn't." May 4, 2020, Artful
"Hood Museum's virtual gallery talk explores limitations of the virtual artistic experience," May 4, 2020, The Dartmouth
"Arts in the Time of COVID-19," April 17, 2020, Dartmouth News
"Hood Museum experiments with virtual learning," April 13, 2020, The Dartmouth