The academy once showed how to separate the great from the mere mortal. Now the emphasis is on the student, and the object is 'Visual literacy'
By Rebecca Bailey16 min
The Art of Collecting
Just one thing determines whether you have the stuff
to be a collector: Not money, taste, or an art-history
education, but the willingness to be dragged by the
nostrils on the whiff of Something Great.
By Diane Cyr9 min
A Mini-Seminar On Two Hood Pieces
Dartmouth curators and professors tell what they see in these paintings.
Visions of the Ancestors
When it came to art, the Stone Age rocked.
By Karen Endicott4 min
Guardian of Halos
A museum guard is more than a watchdog. He is a keeper of grace.
By Carl Little '764 min
Baseball Weather Brings Bulldozers
Divers Notes and Observations
By "E. Wheelock"4 min
The Liberating Arts
"A culture without art can hardly he called a culture at all."
By James O. Freedman4 min
There's a lot of news this
month. I spoke with Rick Sprague, who has started
a new business
Moody/Sprague in Birmingham,
Ala. His architecture
cum interior decorating team works
primarily on historic properties. He and his
By John Chittick3 min
The College's maintenance people have turned buildings and grounds into a canvas for practical arts.
By Noel Perrin3 min
Remember the big
snowstorm of 1978 ?
classes for a day or two
and we were jumping off
Alpha Chi's roof into
snow drifts. John (whoa, no bimbos) Benson
and his 4-wheel drive Blazer triumphantly