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If you can picture yourself performing on stage, studying and taking courses in the new Black Family Visual Arts Center, having coffee with your professor, or exploring subjects you never thought you would, Dartmouth is right for you.
As an Ivy League university, Dartmouth offers an education like no other. We expect you to change the world for the better, and we give you the tools to make it happen.
The arts have long been a central part of a liberal arts education at Dartmouth. The school's vibrant arts culture affirms its role as one of the nation's leading academic arts communities. Don't miss your chance to take advantage of the diverse series of arts programs and initiatives Dartmouth has to offer.
Learn more about the arts at Dartmouth here.
Mini-Grants Help Students Showcase Their Talent! It is not every day, or even every four years, that a college student has the chance to direct an orchestra, work with acclaimed dancers, or run a theater production. But in the past month, Dartmouth students have done just that thanks to a new opportunity to showcase their skills during the Year of the Arts. As the first recipients of the Year of the Arts and Dartmouth Centers Forum mini-grants, Paul Finkelstein '13, Samuel Tan Jun Jie '14, and Olivia Scott '13 staged an orchestra recital, a dance workshop, and a theater production, respectively. Learn more here.