News & Events

  • Studio Art Intern, Jordan Craig, presents her show:

    We Built Homes Inside Homes
    And Homes in Trees

    January 8 - February 14, 2016

    Barrows Exhibition Rotunda
    Hopkins Center

  • The Studio Art Department welcomes two visiting faculty members for the winter term.

    Born in Poland, Viktor Witkowski lived in Germany, France, and throughout the U.S. before moving to Vermont where he teaches, makes art, and writes on Same Old Art. He earned a Master's Degree in Art Education, Art History and Studio Art from the Hochschule für Bildende Künste Braunschweig (HBK Braunschweig, Germany) in 2006...

  • Please join the Department of Studio Art at the artist talk and opening reception for Mia Westerlund Roosen.

    Artist Talk: Tuesday, January 12, 4:30PM, Hood Museum of Art Auditorium. Reception to follow in the Jaffe-Friede Gallery.

  • A participatory workshop based on a collaborative project between Dartmouth and the Foundation for Knowledge and Liberty. Workshop topics include: House Design, Community Planning, Project Financing
    Friday, Nov. 6th: 9:00am - 5:00pm and Saturday, Nov. 7th: 9:00am - 1:30pm
    For more details contact Professor Jack Wilson: [email protected]

  • Studio Art Intern, Malika Khurana, presents her show: Viridian Rhythms

    October 23 - November 22, 2015

    Barrows Exhibition Rotunda
    Hopkins Center

  • The Studio Art Department at Dartmouth College invites you to attend an “Evening of Open Studios”

    Thursday, November 5th
    4:00 – 6:00 pm
    Black Family Visual Arts Center
    22 Lebanon Street,
    Hanover, NH 03755

    Students, Faculty, Staff & Members
    of the Community Are Welcome

  • You're looking for your bike, but you're all turned around
    He's almost upon you now
    And you can see there's paint on his face
    My God, there's paint everywhere!

    Heed his call
    Don't shia-way

    Come to the Visual Art Center's
    ~Art Marathon~
    Three days. Unlimited art. Workshops. Murals. Models. Music. Food.
    Get your hands messy. Get your work up on the gallery walls.
    Everyone is welcome!

    Fri Oct 30, 4:30pm - 9pm

  • Louise Hamlin, professor of Studio Art, gave a gallery talk at the Hood Museum, in conjunction with their exhibition of Canaletto's Vedute etchings.  She explained basic printing making tools and techniques, demonstrated the inking and wiping of an etched plate, brought examples of student work in different stages of development, and spoke from an artist's point of view about various prints in the exhibition.

  • Alumni Helen Hou '14 graduated from the Studio Art program and is currently pursuing pharmaceutical studies at the University of California, San Francisco. She was recently featured in a UCSF article which discusses the common ground she has discovered between art and pharmacy.

    "To first-year pharmacy student Helen Hou, creating art is a way of connecting to patients, caregivers, and her community. 'It’s not always intuitive to see art and pharmacy combined, but many of the...

  • In this show, artists are encouraged to explore the cycles they have witnessed or experienced in their lives. These could include cycles of life and death, destruction and rebirth, or journeys and destinations. Of particular interest are the areas where the cycle's elements intersect or break- periods of transition.

    The show will run from October 1 - 29, 2015 in the Student Gallery at the VAC.