Someone has been leaving inspirational messages on the walls of Mather. For those of you who don’t have the pleasure of living in the most desirable dorm on campus, a morning treat. And for the sad souls…
If the twenty-first century Kenyon campus can be seen as a canvas, then Graham Gund is the artist.
In collaboration with Independent Curators International, the Gund Gallery presents do it, an exhibition conceived by curator Hans Ulrich Obrist during a 1993 conversation with artists Christian Boltanski and Bertrand Lavier about an exhibition that would constantly produce new versions of itself.
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
Hip hop photographer Jonathan Mannion ’93 transformed a Horvitz Hall studio into a professional workshop to conduct an intensive three-day crash course for Kenyon’s aspiring student photographers.
This post was contributed to The Thrill by studio art major Sophie Yolowitz ’14. If you were wondering why 25 women around campus were wearing clothing with writing on it last Thursday, here’s your answer.
Professor of Art Barry Gunderson leans on the Mississippi River as inspiration for sculpture while on sabbatical.
Experience at the Gund Gallery has helped student associates gain prize internships.
Students pursue intensive study of Italian art and culture through the Kenyon-Rome program.
Senior art majors show their work and processes in Open Studio.
Two new exhibits at the Gund Gallery offer lively looks at the natural world.
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.
Senior art majors exhibit final projects at Gund Gallery.
A new exhibit surveys how photos have contributed to the visual culture of the United States.
Kenyon is set to confer degrees to 430 graduates at its 187th Commencement ceremony May 16.
Professor of Art Gregory Spaid ’68 shows past and present works as part of a new exhibit in Columbus.
Professor of Art Marcella Hackbardt curates a photography exhibition for the Ohio Arts Council’s Riffe Gallery.
Kenyon's Gund Gallery lends student dorm rooms an artistic touch.
Eight professors receive tenure-track appointments.
A sculpture titled “Pore” by the acclaimed British artist will add to Kenyon’s impressive collection of public art.
Seven student artists installed projects around campus that made passersby stop, consider, and think.
A new exhibition at the Gund Gallery uses interactive video, photography and sound to make big data personal and visual.
The Kenyon community was able to view senior studio art majors' works in progress during an evening Open Studio event.
Gund Gallery Associates curate an exhibit examining portrayals of black women in art.
Three Kenyon seniors launch Art Kart, a service that facilitates affordable, monthly rentals of student art.
Mathematics and art collide in a new course designed to help students forge connections between design and digits.
With "Aftermath: The Fallout of War," the Gund Gallery draws attention to the untold stories that emerge once the fighting is finished.
Senior studio art majors prepare to show off their work in a culminating exhibition at the Gund Gallery.
With guidance and encouragement from her professors, Harlee Mollenkopf '17 wins a top statewide art competition.
A Gund Gallery student associate shares the perks of working for Kenyon's own professional art gallery.
David Diao '64 maps his childhood in a boldly personal Gund Gallery exhibition.
The Gund Gallery exhibit “Urban Cadence” opens a window onto two dynamic African cities.
Students reimagine the movements of city life through an improv dance performance at the Gund Gallery.
For Henry Uhrik ’18, illustration helps transcend cultural and language barriers.
A $3 million gift will permanently fund the director’s position at Kenyon’s Gund Gallery.
Senior studio art majors throw open the doors of their studios to display their artistic processes.
The Gund Gallery’s spring exhibitions include three student-curated shows.
A synoptic major in interactive and emergent media helps Joey Schutz ’18 jumpstart a career in video game development.
Nineteen senior studio art majors exhibit their final projects in a Gund Gallery show.