Printing in three dimensions can produce items from wrenches to jewelry to models of ancient masterpieces. And now, thanks to a group of faculty including Professor of Art History Sarah Blick, 3-D printing…
News about the discovery of a long-lost Van Gogh painting—the first major composition by the artist to be authenticated in 85 years—set the art world abuzz this week.
Art historian Sarah McGavran ’03 follows the example set by her Kenyon professors
Paintings, photographs, and bedroom-wrecking performance art highlight a senior art exhibition.
Experience at the Gund Gallery has helped student associates gain prize internships.
The architect of the National World War II Memorial discusses the project and the process.
Budding filmmaker Danielle Wald ’18 contributes to the diversity and talent of Kenyon's newest class.
Students pursue intensive study of Italian art and culture through the Kenyon-Rome program.
College trustees approve the promotion of 10 faculty members to full professor.
An exhibition in the Greenslade Special Collections explores Allied propaganda during World War II.
Film executive Jonathan Sehring ’78 sees award-winning "Boyhood" through from concept to completion.
Audrey Nation ’15 puts her talents on display as a finalist in a regional art competition.
Artist and Kenyon parent Erik Schurink visits campus as a Mesaros Visiting Artist.
A new exhibit surveys how photos have contributed to the visual culture of the United States.
Architect Graham Gund ’63 is donating 80 modern and contemporary artworks, including a Picasso and a Chihuly.
Jesseca Kusher ’19, a budding environmental scientist, adds to the talent of Kenyon’s newest class.
Students transform an extra room into a gallery that passers-by can view through the window.
An exhibit in the Gund Gallery curatorial classroom will display a taste of the thousands of photos taken around the world by a former religion professor.
Dan Younger, who shared his love of photography through a campus gallery and art history classes, has died.
Florence “Toby” Sells Lord, longtime administrative assistant to Kenyon’s Department of Art and Art History, died Sunday, Jan. 24.
In "Our Town," students chronicle the lives and deaths of residents from the fictional Grover’s Corners.