The Hood Museum of Art is a museum in Hanover, New Hampshire, USA. Dating back to 1772, the museum is owned and operated by Dartmouth College and is connected to the Hopkins Center for the Arts. The current building, designed by Charles Willard Moore and Chad Flloyd, opened in the fall of 1985. It houses both permanent collections and visiting exhibitions. The museum includes a store and is connected to a café. Beneath the museum is the Arthur M. Loew Auditorium, which regularly has movie showings. It currently has over 65,000 objects in its possession, including a collection of Assyrian stone reliefs from Nimrud, Iraq.