A Vision for Art at Kenyon
A bold vision for the study and exhibition of the visual arts at Kenyon is coming to life in the heart of the campus.
Two buildings — one for studio art and one devoted to art history and exhibitions — will create venues for Kenyon students to achieve their full potential in close collaboration with faculty. The setting in the heart of the campus emphasizes the importance of the visual arts in a liberal arts education.
The studio art building will bring together the classrooms, studios, shops, and studio exhibition space essential to Kenyon's dynamic art program. Ample, well-equipped facilities will support every medium, from drawing to digital art. For the first time, the College will have resources equal to the talents and aspirations of its student and faculty artists.
The art history/exhibition building will give the campus an extraordinary cultural center, connecting the entire College and engaging the larger community. These facilities will provide Kenyon with complete facilities for the study of art history. And an array of exhibition spaces, special-purpose classrooms, and study areas will help generate the inquiry and creative expression that reflect the liberal arts ideal.