The museum reopens on August 4
Per Dartmouth policy, face coverings are required in the atrium and galleries if you are not fully vaccinated against the COVID-19 virus and/or experiencing COVID symptoms. Face coverings are not required if you are fully vaccinated against COVID-19 and symptom-free.
Please note that museum staff (and some of our visitors) wear face coverings as a matter of personal preference rather than vaccination status.
Gallery Hours (upon Reopening)
Wednesday, 11:00 am–5:00 pm
Thursday–Friday, 11:00 am–8:00 pm
Saturday, 1:00–5:00 pm
Closed Sunday, Monday, and Tuesday
Hood Museum of Art, Dartmouth
6 East Wheelock Street
Hanover, NH 03755
Free and open to everyone.
Upcoming Events and Programs
Hood Highlights Tours
August 5, Thursday, 12:30–1:30
August 12, Thursday, 12:30–1:30
August 19, Thursday, 12:30–1:30
August 26, Thursday, 12:30–1:30
What's new on view? What have you missed? To join this staff-led tour, meet in the Russo Atrium five minutes before the start time. No registration necessary.
Virtual Conversations and Connections
Exploring the Narrative: A Discussion with Artist Jaune Quick-to-See Smith
August 4, Wednesday, 1:00–2:00 pm
Jami Powell, Curator of Indigenous Art, sits down with prolific artist Jaune Quick-to-See Smith to discuss her life's work and her gift for storytelling, which often manifests itself in her work as an exploration of ancestral knowledge in relationship to current issues. Registration is required. Click here to register.
Virtual Space for Dialogue Talk
Process, Product, and Black Practice
August 11, Wednesday, 3:00–3:45 pm
Turiya Adkins '20, Homma Family Intern
Process, product and practice. Join alumna Turiya Adkins as she discusses her exhibition investigating these three P's and their intersections with African American artists. An artist herself, Adkins is interested in how the Black experience informs the ways in which Black artists use their materials. Registration is required. Click here to register.
Virtual Spotlight on Public Art at Dartmouth
Peaceful Serenity by Allan C. Houser
August 18, Wednesday, 12:30–1:00 pm
Join us for the next installment in our series designed to celebrate public art around campus. In this segment, we will explore Peaceful Serenity (1992), a life-size bronze-plated-steel figural sculpture by Allan C. Houser (Chiricahua Apache,1914–1994). Following a brief pre-recorded introduction, Jami Powell, curator of Indigenous art, will be in conversation with David Rettig '75, curator of collections for the Allan Houser Foundation, followed by a live Q&A. Registration is required. Click here to register.