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Docent Sybil Williamson leads a tour for students from Mascoma Valley High School the exhibition Witness: Art and Civil Rights in the Sixties.

New Docent Training!

The Hood will begin training a new group of volunteer docents on March 28 and is currently inviting anyone who is interested to review the information and consider applying. The application deadline is February 16, 2018!

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Kader Attia: Reason’s Oxymorons installed at Hood Downtown. Photo by Patrick Dunfey.

Adult Workshop | "Reason's Oxymorons"

Wednesday, March 14, 6:30-8:30 p.m.

Experience Kader Attia's immersive installation and spend time in conversation with others interested in these issues and new forms of contemporary art. Please register for this event by March 13.

Sin-ying Ho, One World, Many People no. 2 (detail), 2010, porcelain, hand-painted cobalt pigment, high fire under-glaze decal transfer, glaze. Courtesy of the artist and Ferrin Contemporary.

Upcoming Exhibition

"Sin-ying Ho: Past Forward"

In her ceramic art, Sin-ying Ho shares a worldview that acknowledges the inherent contradictions and challenges of global culture while also anticipating the uncanny beauty emerging all around us.

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Behind the Scenes at the New Hood Museum of Art.

Expansion Update!

"Behind the Scenes at the New Hood Museum of Art"

Museum director John Stomberg gives "Dartmouth News" a tour of the building in progress.

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On view September 15-December 10, 2017, "Resonant Spaces: Sound Art at Dartmouth"

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6:30 pm
Hood Downtown, 53 Main Street
A visit to the exhibition in advance of the workshop is recommended.
7:00 pm
Hood Downtown
Explore the new ceramics exhibition and meet the artist. Light refreshments provided. Wine for 21+ with state I.D. Free
5:00 pm
Hood Downtown
Explore the new ceramics exhibition, enjoy light refreshments, and meet the artist.
2:00 pm
Hood Downtown
In this informal discussion, chat with Sin-ying Ho and John Stomberg about Ho's ceramics on view. Limited seating is available.
7:00 pm
Hood Downtown
Rebecca Drapkin, Dartmouth Class of 2013, sound designer and audio engineer for Soundscape Productions and Morrow Sound/Charles Morrow Productions
12:30 pm
Hood Downtown
Lunchtime Gallery Talk Sunglim Kim, Associate Professor, Department of Art History, Dartmouth
Hood Museum