Russo Gallery

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.

McGill_ Altamira Meeting

A photo from Dalia McGill's exhibit on the Belo Monte Dam's impact on the indigenous populations of the area. 

Ilona Mettiäinen_Nanoq

Ilona Mettiäinen of the University of Finland and formerly an Institute of Arctic Studies Fellow, discusses her photo exhibit "Nanoq - Imag(in)ing Climate Change" in Fall 2017.

Tenzin Norbu

Prints of Nepali artist Tenzin Norbu's work and photos by Colorado photographer Beth Wald were displayed in the Russo Gallery in January 2017.

Soviet Union 1988

Seth Goodwin's photo exhibit "Images from the Soviet Union, 1988" was on display from January 9-18, 2017. 


"Together in the Great Alone," JSEP/JASE and the 100th Anniversary of the Shackleton Expedition. This exhibit was in conjunction with a Rauner Special Collections exhibit.

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.

If you are interested in exhibiting during the following terms, fill out the online application. Please submit digital samples of your work to [email protected].


The Russo Gallery is the generous gift of Georgina Tugwell Russo '77 and Thomas Adrian Russo '77.  

The John Sloan Dickey Center