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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!

This winter the Hood will recruit and train new docents. Interested community members may attend one of our upcoming information sessions to learn about what the docent experience is really about and how to apply. For important dates and details, click below.

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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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Kader Attia, Reason's Oxymorons, 2015, 18 films and installation of cubicles, duration: variable, 13 to 25 minutes, 55 x 262 x 468 inches (installed overall), Edition of 3. Photo: Max Yawney. Courtesy the Artist and Lehmann Maupin, New York and Hong Kong.

Now On View

“Kader Attia: Reason’s Oxymorons”

A recent museum acquisition, the research-driven video installation consists of a range of interviews Attia conducted with philosophers, psychiatrists, anthropologists, traditional healers, historians, musicologists, patients, and immigrants. On view at Hood Downtown through March 18.

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Dartmouth students in Hood Downtown at the annual Mimosas at the Museum event for graduating seniors and their families. Photo by Rob Strong.

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Our supporters help this institution enrich lives through art. Our admission has always been free, and we are pleased to announce that membership is now free too, thanks to the new Friends of the Hood Museum of Art program!

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

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4:45 pm
Loew Auditorium, Black Family Visual Arts Center
"Accident as Repair"
4:00 pm
Haldeman 41 (Kreindler Conference Hall)
Introducing the new online resources for the Native American collection.
12:30 pm
Hood Downtown, 53 Main Street
“Psychoanalysis, Ethnography and (Post-)colonial Violence in the Work of Kader Attia”
6:30 pm
Hood Downtown, 53 Main Street
A visit to the exhibition in advance of the workshop is recommended.
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