Strauss Gallery

Exhibition: "Refuge"

Jacob H. Strauss ’22 Memorial Exhibition "Refuge", featuring work by:

Betsey Garand
Glenn Goldberg
Sheri Hancock-Tomek
Jonathan Santos
Matt Storm

June 26—August 26, 2018

Please join us for the opening reception at 5:45 p.m. on Tuesday, June 26, 2018, in the Strauss Gallery, Hopkins Center for the Arts.


A Temporary Museum of Ideas in the Making

January 9 - April 29, 2018 - Reception: January 9, 5.45pm, Strauss Gallery, Hopkins Center, Dartmouth College.

A Temporary Museum of Ideas in the Making is an exhibition of 36 architectural models by Dartmouth students. The architectural model is the ultimate tool to explore, showcase, and test an idea from its concept to realization. It is a step before the building, or even the building itself. It is tangible, real. But it is also a seductive device that allows you to insert a miniature world, observe its habits, and imagine the new possibilities.

Speak! Listen! Act! A kaleidoscope of architectural elements for public space

Speak! Listen! Act!
A kaleidoscope of architectural elements for public space
20 projects by Zenovia Toloudi and students

September 20 - November 13, 2016
Opening reception at 5:45pm
Strauss Gallery, Hopkins Center


Public space has been vital to people and cities since ancient times as the designated space for dialogue, participation, collective activities, interaction and exchange, and essentially democracy. However, due to various social, political, and economic complexities, as well as technological advancements, public space has gradually transformed to less open, less democratic, less comfortable, less enjoyable, less “ours.” From one hand, codes, policies, and regulations reinforce limited use and accessibility, uncomfortable surfaces and furniture, and ubiquitous surveillance. From the other hand, the web culture has absorbed much of the dialogue and participatory practices that now occur more often in the digital realm. Public space is essentially not so “public” and not so “spatial.”

2016 POD Award Exhibition

Please join the Studio Art Department at the opening reception for the POD Award Exhibition! Noah Joel Smith, Molly McBride and Jordan Craig will have work on display.

JUNE 28 - AUGUST 21, 2016

Reception: Tuesday, June 28 at 4:30pm

Jaffe-Friede & Strauss Galleries, Hopkins Center, Dartmouth College

This exhibition is made possible by the generous support of Judith and David Collins through the POD Award Fund

Gallery hours: Tues - Sat. 12:30 - 10pm, Sundays 12:30 - 5:30pm, closed Mondays and holidays

Exhibition: Senior Majors

Please join the Studio Art Department Tuesday, May 10 at 4:30 PM in the Jaffe-Friede & Strauss Galleries at the opening reception for the Senior Majors Exhibition. The exhibition will run from May 10 - June 19, 2016. Art work will be on display in the Jaffe-Friede & Strauss Galleries, and the Nearburg Arts Forum, Black Family VAC.




The Jacob H. Strauss '22 Memorial Exhibition

Deborah Morris


Leslie Fry

Penelope Umbrico

Sarah Lutz

Tuffany Matula

Zachary Keeting

Andrew Forge


June 30 - August 23, 2015

Reception: Tuesday, June 30 at 4:30

Strauss Gallery

Hopkins Center



Allan Houser: A Centennial Exhibition

Born on June 30, 1914, Allan C. Haozous was to become known as Allan Houser, one of the 20th Century's most important artists. Allan's parents, Sam and Blossom Haozous were members of the Chiricahua Apache tribe who were held as prisoners of war for 27 years. Allan's father was with the small band of Warm Springs Chiricahuas when their leader, Geronimo, surrendered to the U.S. Army in 1886 in the northern Mexican state of Chihuahua. Allan Houser's father, Sam Haozous, and Geronimo were first cousins. Their fathers, Goohah-hleenah and Taklishim, were both sons of the Bedonkohe Apache chief Mahko by his first wife. In retribution for the Warm Springs Bands' refusal to leave their lands in New Mexico and relocate to a reservation in Arizona, 1200 Chiricahuas were sent by cattle-car train to prisons in Florida.