Exhibitions

About Our Exhibitions

As one of the only undergraduate schools in the country to have an Artist-in-Residence program, Dartmouth's Studio Art exhibition series brings a wide range of contemporary artists and their work to campus, and provides a variety of venues for student interaction with these artists. Approximately 20 exhibitions per year are mounted in the five exhibition spaces in the Hopkins Center: the Jaffe-Friede Gallery, the Upper and Lower Jewett Corridors, the Darling Courtyard, and the Barrows Rotunda. Exhibitions also include work of the Artists-in-Residence, students, and faculty.

 

Exhibition Director: Gerald Auten

Exhibition Committee: Colleen Randall, Soo Sunny Park, Enrico Riley, Louise Hamlin, Esmé Thompson, Brenda Garand, Gerald Auten, Christina Seely, Zenovia Toloudi