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

Dartmouth Students

The Hood Museum of Art is an exciting learning resource for students. Academic programming and internships will continue throughout the expansion project.


Dartmouth students in History 5.1 / African & African-American Studies 14, "Pre-colonial African History," at a class session in the Bernstein Study-Storage Center.


Maria Fillas ’11, Levinson Intern, gives a gallery talk in her A Space for Dialogue installation, OKEANOS: International & Contemporary Reflections on the Sea.


A Dartmouth student at the exhibition opening for Picasso: The Vollard Suite. Photo by Rob Strong.


Dartmouth students in Classical Studies 11.3/College Course 5/History 6.4, "Early Sparta and Corinth: A Comparative Research Approach," at a class session in the Bernstein Study-Storage Center.


A Dartmouth student participates in a personal responses exercise in the Bernstein Study-Storage Center as part of the class Theater 10.1, “Human Rights and Performance.”

Contact Us

  • Amelia Kahl, associate curator of academic programming, handles academic matters for Dartmouth students.

Senior Internships

We offer paid curatorial, programming, public relations, and special projects internships.


Employment & Volunteer Opportunities

Gain valuable work experience through part-time positions.


Financial support is available for projects in the arts.

students posing in front of selma march image

Museum Collecting 101

Dartmouth students select works for the permanent collection.


Learn about our student-led arts workshops, parties, discussion groups, and gallery talks.

Bernstein Study-Storage Center

Study original works of art up close.

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