Hopkins Center for the Arts at Dartmouth

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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

The Hopkins Center provides a variety of rehearsal and collaboration spaces for students which can be reserved in advance.

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.

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The Hop & Call to Lead

As part of The Call to Lead: a campaign for Dartmouth, a strategic investment of $75 million will be made to the historic performing arts center. More than $15 million has already been generously committed by members and friends of the Hop. The expansion will further animate the burgeoning Arts District as an internationally recognized center of creativity and experiential learning.

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In the News

Hop@Home Spring 2020 Recap

What We've Learned from Hop@Home

We pivoted dramatically to digital spaces and launched Hop@Home. Since then, we have presented about thirty events in two months, all for free. Reaching far beyond the Upper Valley, Hop@Home...

Hopkins Center for the Arts - June 1, 2020

Nothing Can Be Changed Until It Is Faced

The Hopkins Center for the Arts marquee holds these words from James Baldwin as a stark reminder that, as we grieve and mourn all murders and acts of anti-Black violence, we must confront the racism...

Just for You

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