The Hood Museum of Art Draws National Attention with the Native American Art Exhibit
The Hood Museum of Art brings together the past and the present with the Native American Art at Dartmouth collection currently on display. The incredible exhibition featuring pottery, bead work, sculptures, paintings and more, recently caught the attention of the Boston Globe's art critic Sebastian Smee. Smee stated in his October 2011 article that the Native American Art at Dartmouth collection is one of "two of the most thrilling shows you are likely to see this year." The Hood Museum of Art exhibit includes works by four past Dartmouth Artists-in-Residence: Fritz Scholder, T.C. Cannon, Allan Houser, and Bob Haozous.
Native American Art at Dartmouth:
Highlights from the Hood Museum of Art
Now through March 11, 2012
The Hanover Inn at Dartmouth College embraces and is proud of the historical significance and contributions of the Native Americans to New England and the town of Hanover itself. We hope everyone has the chance to get to the Hood Museum of Art before the Native American Art at Dartmouth exhibit ends. Enjoy the exhibit!