Collaborations

Artists-in-Residence

Deeper relationships with artists lead to a better understanding of each other, the artistic work shared, and the world around us.

The Hop is committed to sponsoring rich, long-term collaborations with artists by inviting them to campus for longer periods and with greater frequency. While supporting their artistic endeavors as they develop new work, we are also given the opportunity to dive into their creative process and observe as they unpeel the world around us, offering us new ways to see, listen and love. Their engagement with faculty and students sheds new light on other disciplines and presents innovative ideas that bounce against disparate disciplines.  

Dance Theatre of Harlem

Dance Theatre of Harlem

A three-year collaboration kicks off between the Hop and a company with a rich legacy and powerful vision for ballet in the 21st century.

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you don't know the lonely one

New York Theatre Workshop

NYTW empowers visionary theater makers and brings their work to adventurous audiences through productions, artist workshops and educational programs.

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Ragamala Dance Company

Ragamala Dance Company

The Hop is excited to support the development of a new interdisciplinary dance work with Ragamala Dance Company, to be presented in September 2021

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Urban Bush Women

Urban Bush Women

Named one of America's cultural treasures by the Ford Foundation, Urban Bush Women has strived through its 37 years of existence to effect social change through the creation of art, fostering of young talents and engaging of communities near and far.

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Joseph Keckler

Joseph Keckler

The interdisciplinary artist is one of the Hop's featured artists-in-residence this Fall.

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george sanchez

george emilio sanchez

The writer and artist will bring his social justice projects and performance work to Dartmouth this Spring for a three-day residency, coinciding with the 50th anniversary of the Native American and Indigenous Studies Department.

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Roger Guenveur Smith

Roger Guenveur Smith

The award-winning actor, writer and director will be in residence with the Hop this year.

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The Ritual of Breath Is the Rite to Resist

The Ritual of Breath Is the Rite to Resist

An opera/theater work that response to the murder of Eric Garner and the wanton killing of people of color. Created by Dartmouth faculty members Enrico Riley (visual artist) and Vievee Francis (librettist) with Jonathan Berger (composer), Niegel Smith (director) and Jawole Willa Jo Zollar (choreographer).

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Molly Herron

Artists and engineers

“Engineering is so much more than I thought it was before I met these wonderful people at Thayer ... There’s a lot of creativity, a lot of problem solving, a lot of real-world stuff that goes on, and I am so inspired by that. It’s a continuing discovery for me as well as, I hope, for them.” STEMArts composer Molly Herron