Musician Gabriel Alegria ’93, a pioneer of Afro-Peruvian jazz, returns to Kenyon for a residency and concert.
The Department of Studio Art sells faculty and student works to benefit Wiggin Street Elementary.
Artist-in-residence Cheryl Pope works with sociology and psychology students to create an installation in the KAC.
The Kenyon Jazz Ensemble mixes a jazz brew in its annual spring concert.
Zoë Kontes, associate professor of classics, wins a Whiting Foundation fellowship to create podcasts on illicit trade in antiquities.
Senior art majors put their creativity on display in a Gund Gallery exhibit.
In the mainstage production of "A Free Man of Color," students blend comedy with issues of race and class.
The one-act musical "Once on This Island" returns to the Rosse Hall stage.
Steeped in the cinematic arts, educator Ted Walch ’63 returns to Kenyon to discuss the art and appreciation of film.
Eclectic saxophone-and-drums duo Patchwork will perform at Rosse Hall.
A new Gund Gallery exhibit challenges conceptions about surveillance and modern security.
Photographer and Professor of Art Gregory Spaid ’68 is selected for a national park residency.
Economics major Rioghnach Robinson ’16 makes her publishing debut with a much-anticipated novel.