A Space for Dialogue began in 2001 to highlight creative and diverse perspectives on the museum's permanent collection through exhibitions curated by Hood Museum of Art interns.
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 2021–2022 interns curated a Space for Dialogue show, and their installations will be on view in Gutman Gallery through 2022.
Transcendent Landscapes: Abstracting Nature
Curated by Alice Crow '22
March 5–April 24
A DREAM Deferred: Undocumented Immigrants and the American Dream
Curated by Yliana Beck '22
April 30–June 18
Coloring the Western Canon
Curated by Chloe Jung '23
June 25–August 21
Journeys Beyond: Faces and Forms of Pilgrimage
Curated by Emily Charland '19
August 27–October 22
Nothing Gold Can Stay
Curated by Amy Zaretsky '23
October 29–December 23
Each student curator's public gallery talk will be listed in the Events & Programs section of our website.