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Sin-ying Ho: Past Forward on view at Hood Downtown. Photo by Nicole Williams.

NOW ON VIEW

"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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Museum Collecting 101 trip to New York in 2017.

Dartmouth Students!

Join us for Museum Collecting 101

Meet with the Hood's director and curators, and be introduced to the museum's photography collection. Discuss the criteria curators use to select works of art for a museum collection. Travel to New York to view photographs and choose a photograph for the Hood to purchase.

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James Nachtwey. Photo by Eli Burakian.

MUSEUM NEWS

Nachtwey ’70 Publishes Landmark Opioid Crisis Images in ‘TIME’

It is the first issue in the magazine’s 95-year history devoted to one photographer. The photographs from the project will eventually be added to the Nachtwey archive at the Hood.

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Exhibitions

On view through March 18, “Kader Attia: Reason’s Oxymorons"

Public Art on Campus

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Events

Apr
25
12:30 pm
Hood Downtown
Lunchtime Gallery Talk Sunglim Kim, Associate Professor, Department of Art History, Dartmouth
May
09
6:00 pm
Hood Downtown
This discussion-based workshop focuses on the ceramic works in the exhibition Sin-ying Ho: Past Forward.
May
17
4:45 pm
Filene Auditorium, Moore Building
"Times out of Joint: or, When Arab Art Will Have Been Modern" Hannah Feldman, Associate Professor of Art History, Northwestern University
May
19
1:00 pm
Hood Downtown
What do Wonder Woman and Chinese porcelain have in common? In this family workshop, children and their adult companions will explore the work or ceramic artist Sin-ying Ho.
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