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Video: Students and Alumni

Dartmouth Students and Alumni

Jason Curley, Class of 2013, 2011, 6 min.
Native American student Jason Curley '13, a Navajo/Diné from Arizona, had one of his hand-woven rugs on view in Native American Art at Dartmouth: Highlights from the Hood Museum of Art. A Native American studies major with a digital arts minor, Curley talks in this video about learning weaving from his grandmother, his culture, and the Hood's exhibit, which also included a rug woven by his late grandmother, Helen Curley.

 

Kayla Gebeck, Class of 2012, 2011, 8 min.
Native American student Kayla Gebeck '12, a Red Lake Ojibwe from Minnesota, is one of the painting subjects of artist Mateo Romero's The Dartmouth Pow-Wow Suite. A double major in linguistics and Native American studies, Gebeck talks in this video about the Hood's exhibit, traditional Anishinaabe dancing, and creating jingle dresses.

Exhibitions

Opening Ceremonies of Native American Art at Dartmouth: Highlights from the Hood Museum of Art, with comments by Diego Romero and guest curators Joseph Horse Capture and Joseph Sanchez, 2011, 38 min.
Includes welcoming presentations and a procession to the Hood Museum of Art galleries for brief remarks by guest curators Joseph Horse Capture and Joseph Sanchez. Cosponsored by the Hood Museum of Art, the Offices of the President and the Provost of Dartmouth College, and the Joseph B. Obering '56 Fund.

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