A comedy by Professor Wendy MacLeod ’81 has been selected for the National Playwrights Conference.
High school students fill notebooks with poetry and prose at the selective Kenyon Review Young Writers Workshop.
A sculpture by Caroline Del Giudice ’15 is on display at the Honolulu Museum of Art.
Ten years after its delivery, the 2005 Kenyon Commencement address by David Foster Wallace lives on in popular consciousness, in social media and in print.
The Gund Gallery receives a Mellon grant to pilot an artist residency program.
A Kenyon professor wins a competitive grant to document and share the stories of Latinos in Knox County.
A dance performance will explore dreams, comfort zones and relationships.
Retired Episcopal Bishop William Swing ’58 H’80 pairs with a Gambier publisher to release "A Bishop’s Quest."
Architect Graham Gund ’63 is donating 80 modern and contemporary artworks, including a Picasso and a Chihuly.
Three ensembles performing this month will feature wind, percussion and Chinese instruments.
A new exhibit surveys how photos have contributed to the visual culture of the United States.
Cuban social activist group Krudas Cubensi will lecture and perform at Horn Gallery.
Emmy award-winning set designer Jim Fenhagen '76 visits campus to share his craft.