The Russo Gallery on the first floor of the Haldeman Center is affiliated with the Dickey Center for International Understanding, the Ethics Institute, and the Humanities Center at Dartmouth. It provides an intimate setting for campus, community and visiting artists to share their observations of the world.
Previous exhibits have included photos of Alaska, Greenland, Azerbaijan, Armenia, Tanzania, Rwanda and elsewhere, and artwork on topics such as Chilean women in prison, climate change, and Columbian displacement. See Dickey's Flickr albums for more examples of past exhibits.
- Winter 2017
- January 9 - 18, Seth Goodwin, "Images from the Soviet Union, 1988." For more information on the exhibit read this article from the Valley News and this piece from the Daily UV.
- January 19 - 27, Tenzin Norbu and Beth Wald, "Tibetan and Himalayan Lifeworlds." The exhibit in the Russo Gallery is part of a larger exhibit across the College. Read more about it on the Library's blog and in this article by Dickey Human Development Program Manager Ken Bauer and Anthropology Professor Sienna Craig.
- February 8 - March 8, Justin Brice Guariglia
- Spring 2017
- Tentative Date: March 27 - Mid-April, Aaron Lit '19, "Watercolor."
- Tentative Date: Early May - End of Spring Term, Feyaad Allie '16, "Scenes from Nairobi"
The Russo Gallery is the generous gift of Georgina Tugwell Russo '77 and Thomas Adrian Russo '77.