Dartmouth Puts Visual Arts Front and Center (Valley News)


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The Visual Arts Center houses all studio arts at Dartmouth under one roof, the newspaper points out, fostering intersection among the many disciplines. “With all the visual arts faculty and students in one place,” writes the newspaper, “collaboration seems not only more possible, but inevitable, professors say.”

Read the full story, published 10/7/12 in the Valley News.

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