We are expanding! Check out our programming while the museum is closed.

News

August 22, 2017
The work of Terry Adkins and Jess Rowland installed at Hood Downtown, on view in Resonant Spaces: Sound Art at Dartmouth. Photo by Matt Zayatz.

Schedule of Symposium Events

Friday, September 22, 3:30-5:30 pm
SPECIAL EVENT: ARTISTS' WALKING TOUR
Join the artists commissioned to create site-specific works for this exhibition and explore each installation across campus. The tour will begin at Hood Downtown; see order of works below. Please wear comfortable walking shoes.

1. Hood Downtown
Terry Adkins, selected works (presented by co-curators Spencer Topel and Amelia Kahl)
Jess Rowland, The Other Side of Air: Notations for Interactive Sound, 2017,...

Read more.
July 14, 2017
Jane Cavalier at the opening of Rachel Harrison's show, Prasine, at Greene Naftali Gallery, New York, May, 2017. Photo courtesy of Jane Cavalier.

Where are they now?: Jane Cavalier, 2012–2013 Class of 1954 Intern

What have you been up to since you graduated from Dartmouth in 2014?

After graduating, I had a 2014–2015 Fulbright Research Scholarship in Berlin to study German art. I then went on to get a masters degree in art history, with a concentration on contemporary American art, from the Courtauld Institute in London, with the generous support of Dartmouth’s James B. Reynolds Scholarship. I now work at the Museum of Modern Art in New York, where I am the Modern Women’s Fund 12-Month Intern...

Read more.
June 15, 2017
Photo by Robert Gill.

Hood Quarterly, summer 2017
John Stomberg, Virginia Rice Kelsey 1961s Director

Out of sight, but not out of mind.

The collection is the heart of the museum, and though it is not currently on view, it is very much on our minds. Several ambitious projects now underway directly involve the art in our care and the future of its presentation at the museum. Foremost among these has been our curators’ effort to acquire significant new works in a variety of collecting...

Read more.
June 12, 2017
Julie Blackmon: The Everyday Fantastic on view at Hood Downtown through August 27, 2017. Photo by Alison Palizzolo.

Julie Blackmon: The Everyday Fantastic

June 9-August 27, 2017

All events will take place at Hood Downtown, located at 53 Main Street, Hanover, NH.

29 June, Thursday, 7:00–9:00 P.M.
DARTMOUTH NIGHT: Student Reception
Dartmouth graduate and undergraduate students are invited to explore the exhibition and meet the artist. Light refreshments provided. Wine for 21+ with ID.

30 June, Friday, 5:00–7:00 P.M.
PUBLIC RECEPTION
Enjoy a wine and cheese reception, explore the exhibition, and meet the...

Read more.
June 1, 2017
sarah_lund_and_smooth_-_photo_by_alison_palizzolo_cropped_for_website.jpg

The Hood Museum of Art announces the August departure of Smooth Nzewi, Curator of African Art since 2013, for the position of Curator of African Art at the Cleveland Museum of Art. At the Hood, Nzewi curated a series of well-received exhibitions, including Bahar Behbahani: Let the Garden Eram Flourish (2017); ...

Read more.
May 18, 2017
Olivia Field discussing her A Space for Dialogue installation titled Goddesses, Models, and Prostitutes: An Exploration of the Reclining Female Nude, which examined the differences and uses of female nakedness and nudity in art. Photo by Alison Palizzolo.

Where are they now?: Olivia Field, 2014-15 Kathryn Conroy Public Relations Intern

What have you been up to since you graduated from Dartmouth in 2015?

I am currently a legal assistant working for a plaintiff’s-side law firm in San Francisco that specializes in employment law and fighting discrimination in the workplace. I will soon be applying to law school. I am still open to a career in the arts, but perhaps from a legal angle.

Were your original intentions to pursue a career in the arts after college?

...

Read more.
May 11, 2017

"The Hood Museum of Art renovation reached an important milestone recently with the completion of the steel skeleton. A 'topping-out' ceremony celebrated the progress. 'We are together creating a new work of art,' says John Stomberg,...

Read more.
May 1, 2017
signed_beam.jpg

On Friday, April 28, 2017, Dartmouth hosted a topping-out ceremony in recognition of the construction progress to date regarding the expansion and renovation of the Hood Museum of Art. Many of those involved in the project signed the ceremonial beam. Speakers included Interim Vice President for Campus Services Steve Moore, Joe Imelio, project executive for Daniel O'Connell's Sons, Cliff Hosley, the site superintendent, and Hood Director John Stomberg and Deputy Director Juliette Bianco. At 12:45 p.m., the beam was hoisted into place as the barbecue lunch came to an end.

April 20, 2017
March 17, 2017: Almost one year after the museum closed, the first beems of steel for the Hood's expanded facade and new galleries are in place. Photo by Alison Palizzolo.

A behind-the-scenes look at the museum's expansion.

One year after our galleries closed to the public, steel beams started going up. These images document the progress made over the course of five weeks in early spring 2017.

April 12, 2017
Ingo Günther, installation of the World Processor series at Hood Downtown, illuminated globes. Photo by Alison Palizzolo.

Hood Quarterly, spring 2017
Juliette Bianco, Deputy Director
​Katherine Hart, Senior Curator of Collections and Barbara C. and Harvey P. Hood 1918 Curator of Academic Programming

Ingo Günther: World Processor
Hood Downtown | March 24–May 28, 2017

Amy Balkin and Luis Delgado-Qualtrough
Strauss Gallery, Hopkins Center for the Arts | March 24–April 30, 2017

This spring, the Hood dips into the world of big data by...

Read more.

Pages

Close
Hood Museum