Ever since the work of local artists brightened the walls of the former Mary Hitchcock Memorial Hospital, the arts have been instrumental in creating an uplifting environment for Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center' patients, staff, and visitors.
A generous bequest from Gertrude Mertens, the gift of Audubon prints from Laurance and Mary Rockefeller, and a donation from the Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center Auxiliary form the basis for the Arts and Humanities Program and have allowed it to expand over the years.
Arts and Humanities Program e-newsletter
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Our programs include
- Permanent installations of donated and purchased artworks
- Rotating exhibitions in seven locations throughout Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center
- Creative Arts Specialists, who provide patients with individual art experiences
- Live performances in the Main Rotunda and East Mall at Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center
- Public arts projects
For more information about the Arts and Humanities Program
You can become involved and help support our efforts in a number of ways. To learn more about the Arts and Humanities Program, please contact us.
Our other art programs
Other exhibits at our facilities include: