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Hopkins Center for the Arts Honors Outstanding Students

Jun 03, 2022   |   Dartmouth News

Over the past two years, as COVID-19 temporarily shuttered studios and darkened stages, Dartmouth's student artists pushed through the pandemic to create new work in many mediums, drawing kudos at the Hopkins Center's annual Arts at Dartmouth Awards Ceremony on May 31 in Spaulding Auditorium.

Photo by Herb Swanson

Ninety-one standouts in music, theater, studio art, film and media, dance, and arts administration received awards. (PDF) 

Recipients included four engineering sciences majors:

Kimberly M. Tan '22 

Kimberly is double majoring in engineering sciences and philosophy modified with Asian societies, cultures and languages. She grew up in Singapore, Australia and the US. Throughout her time at Dartmouth, she has taken individual violin lessons and played in the Dartmouth Symphony Orchestra. She served as concertmaster of the DSO for multiple terms as well as taught violin lessons and organized fundraisers as part of a music 5 mentorship nonprofit. Kimberly performed the Sibelius Violin Concerto as a soloist with the DSO in spring 2022. When not practicing or philosophizing, Kimberly enjoys jamming with friends and making bad puns. 

Lila Hovey '23 

Lila (they/them) is a '23 majoring in theater and engineering sciences with a focus on studio art and women's, gender and sexuality studies. They love fashion history, folk music, queer genre fiction and their cat, Neptune. They've been active in more than a dozen works of theater while at Dartmouth as an actor, costume designer and stage manager. 

Tatum G. Teodori '22 

Growing up just a short drive from Washington DC, Tatum spent much of her youth roaming the art-ridden halls of DC's many museums and galleries. Upon graduating from St. Paul's School for Girls in 2018, Tatum sought to further pursue her interest in both STEM and art. At Dartmouth, Tatum is an engineering sciences and studio art double major and a human-centered design minor. After graduation, Tatum will work at Publicis Sapient, a digital design consulting company, in Boston. 

Emma H. Hazard '22 

Emma was born and raised in Sandia Park, New Mexico. Inspired by the dramatic landscapes of her home state, Emma became passionate about art at a young age. She graduated from La Cueva High School in Albuquerque in 2018. At Dartmouth, she studied studio art and engineering. Emma's work consists largely of paintings and mixed media installations that prompt viewers to explore their own relationship with the natural world. 

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