Sep 7
Seeing Nature: Landscape Masterworks from the Paul G. Allen Family Collection

Don’t miss a unique opportunity to learn from Dartmouth Assistant Professor of Art History Katie Hornstein at the Minneapolis Institute of Art as you view Seeing Nature, an exhibition of European and American landscapes. Read more.

 

Learning experiences for alumni in unique venues and fascinating places. Read more.

 

Moby Dick
Aug 14

The Myth and Legend of Moby Dick

MYSTIC, CT - Join fellow alumni, family, and friends at Mystic Seaport to learn about the literary history of the nation through the story of Herman Melville’s landmark novel, Moby Dick. Read more.

The Greeks
Sep 28

The Greeks

WASHINGTON, D.C. - Take a journey through 5,000 years of Greek culture with Lindsay Whaley, professor of classics and linguistics at Dartmouth. You’ll explore the blockbuster exhibition The Greeks - Agamemnon to Alexander the Great during its only visit to the East Coast. Read more.

San Francisca War Memorial Opera House
Oct 5

Modern Art with John Stomberg

LOS ANGELES, CA - Whether you’ve visited the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA), or just taken photos in front of its iconic Urban Light installation, you won’t want to miss the chance to see the museum with John Stomberg, the newly appointed Virginia Rice Kelsey 1961s Director of the Hood Museum of Art at Dartmouth College. Read more.

San Francisca War Memorial Opera House
Nov 20

Aida: An Operatic Feast

SAN FRANCISCO, CA - An Italian opera in the French tradition set in Egypt, Verdi’s Aida offers plenty to dig into for opera neophytes and aficionados alike. First performed in 1871, Aida’s influence can be seen from Broadway productions (Miss Saigon and Rent) to movies and television (The Rules of Attraction and Mozart in the Jungle). Read more.

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