Hopkins Center for the Arts at Dartmouth

Le Patin Libre

Spring 2023

Satisfy your wanderlust with a spectacular selection of arts experiences from around the globe. All events on sale now.

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Upcoming Events

Event Calendar
Teatro Principal, Puebla

Mexico City Tour

The Dartmouth College Wind Ensemble has finished its tour of Mexico City, serving as cultural ambassadors, performing alongside the CECAMBA Banda Sinfónica and the Banda Sinfónica FaM UNAM and advancing the goals of the Hop's Mexican Repertoire Initiative. Watch last Friday's broadcast of the concert at Sala Nezahualcoyotl (Mexico City).


The Hop Reimagined

Thursday Night Live - Patrice Williamson Quartet 2019

Students in the Arts

The Hop is the key place on campus for experiencing the arts—as a performer, audience member, fellow, film buff, craftsperson, or crew member.

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Student playing cello in the Dartmouth Symphony Orchestra


Eight dynamic performing groups, led by superb professional artists, offer Dartmouth students the chance to work with outstanding professionals in choral music, jazz, gospel, pop, symphonic music, concert band and contemporary dance.

Dartmouth students in the Ceramics Studio

Student Workshops

Hone your craft with hands-on projects in wood, metal/jewelry and clay—no experience needed!

Students and teachers collaborate in the Hop Garage

Hop Fellows Program

Considering a career in the arts? The Fellows Program allows Dartmouth students to explore the field of arts administration and grow as leaders by taking on responsibilities in various Hop departments.

Dartmouth student at the soundboard during a theater performance

Career Development

The Hop is much more than a place for arts students and visiting performers. It is also a vital hub where students, faculty and the Dartmouth community connect and share ideas.

Arts Everywhere

The Arts are Everywhere

As the Hop's iconic building undergoes renovation and expansion, our offerings will be popping up in venues all across campus and the Upper Valley.

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In the News

Bill Pence and Dartmouth alumni at the Telluride Film Festival

Remembering Bill Pence

Bill co-founded the Telluride Film Festival with Stella Pence, James Card and Tom Luddy in 1974, and for 33 years served as Co-Director/President of the National Film Preserve, Ltd., that produces the festival.

Just for You

Learn more about the opportunities and benefits available to you!