Tag: studio art

So you think you can SART?

So you think you can SART?

It’s really too bad that the Studio Art (SART) department at Dartmouth has such a reputation for being time-consuming and “too much work.” Many students only find themselves in the Black Family Visual Arts Center (BVAC) once during their four years of undergrad, and it […]

What’s your major?

What’s your major?

When you’re a college student, you get asked one question more than any other, “So, what’s your major?” Outside of Dartmouth, I sometimes cringe before I give my answer. Don’t get me wrong, I’m fully proud of my academic pursuits. It’s just that outside of […]

Guest Welcome: Adrian Randolph

Art History Professor Adrian Randolph checks in with three quick posts about art history at Dartmouth. Renaissance Society of America A couple of weeks ago I was in Washington DC to give a paper at the Renaissance Society of America’s annual conference. I was speaking […]