John Kobal collected images that span the history of Hollywood, including film production stills, portraits, and publicity shots.
Citing Epstein Ties, Dartmouth Community Calls for School to Rename Leon Black Arts Center
Alumni and students are calling for Dartmouth to rename the Black Family Visual Arts Center following revelations of Black’s financial ties to convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein.
Hood Museum Digitizing 4,000 Indigenous Artifacts
By this summer, Dartmouth College’s Hood Museum of Art plans to have over 4,000 Native American art objects digitized.
Werner Herzog and Ken Burns in Conversation, or When One and One Makes Three
HANOVER, N.H. — The Telluride Film Festival, staged in the San Juan Mountains of Colorado every Labor Day weekend, became the setting for an unlikely annual reunion of two powerhouse documentary filmmakers twenty-eight years ago, when Werner Herzog and Ken Burns first converged in the remote mountain town.