News & Events

  • Assistant Professor of Architecture, Zenovia Toloudi, shares her essay recently published in MAS Context architectural journal (issue no23: Ordinary): "I am excited with this specific writing as it is both personal and theoretical: why art/architectural creations like my Photodotes (Light Donors) are relevant to contemporary trends in design/architecture, as well as to urban vernacular manifestations."


    To read Zenovia's essay, please...

  • (originally published in Dartmouth Now)

    The Stahl Collection of European and American Art

    The Hood Museum of Art recently received a gift of 118 works of art originally collected by the late Barbara J. and David G. Stahl ’47 and donated in their memory by their children, Susan E. Hardy, Nancy R. Wilsker, Sarah A. Stahl, and John S. Stahl.

    Assembled over a period of 30 years, the works range from Old Master prints and drawings to works on paper...


    Figure Study Show
    VAC Student Gallery
    Late Fall through Early Winter

    Submissions accepted until November 6.
    Open to all classes, especially '18s!

    Please submit any work relating to the figure (drawing, sculpture, painting, etc.)
    Send photos of the work(s) you would like submit as well as size, medium, title, and a brief description.

    Contact: [email protected]

  • The Matthews-Fuller Health Sciences Library is pleased to announce the beginning of a new art exhibit. Featured will be the photography of Spencer James, a 3rd year Geisel Medical School student. His work will be on display until mid-January 2015. Stop by and have a look!


    My name is Spencer James and I'm a third year medical student here at Geisel. I was born in Juneau, Alaska, and grew up in the small town of Port Angeles in the northwest corner of Washington...

  • As if an imaginary fist from behind the frame had punched through the foil of Jack Whitten’s “Birmingham 1964” (1964), a hole appears like an artifact of violence, a documentation of the civil rights movement. The hole is a window, offering a view of an old newspaper photo. A stocking mesh prevents a...

  • Studio Art Intern, Julian MacMillan, presents, The Not Knowing,  an exhibition of drawings: line/color/field.

    October 23- November 25, 2014

    Barrows Exhibition Rotunda

    Hopkins Center


    MacMillan ’14 creates rotunda display

    The Barrows Rotunda, the...

  • My name is Hannah O'Flynn. I am a film and media, studio art double major. All too often I find myself walking around the Visual Arts Center but not really knowing what everyone else is working on. Inspired by the famous “Humans of New York” Facebook page, I decided to create a page called “Artists of Dartmouth” for my presidential scholars project. My goal is to provide an interface to capture and share the works and stories of artists in the Dartmouth community. These artists can range...

  • Dartmouth Alum, David Hess '86, will give a lecture about his sculptural work on Thursday, November 13 at the Hood Auditorium. This event is sponsored by the Studio Art Department at Dartmouth College.

    DAVID HESS works mostly with found materials. The materials he finds, he refers to as rescued objects; they are loaded with history and cultural narrative. At Dartmouth College, Hess studied with the realist wood sculptor Fumio Yoshimura, whose precision and humor had a profound impact...

  • Few people have heard of — yet alone seen — water treatment pollution caused by paper mills. Even fewer have seen such damage from the sky and called it art. Yet for world-renowned photographer and current Montgomery Fellow Emmet Gowin, a certain fascination and peculiar sense of beauty comes in the circular blossoms of tropical hues that explode from...

  • Studio Art professor, Brenda Garand's show, Northern Passage, opens on Thursday, October 23rd in New York, NY at Lesley Heller Workspace.