An immensely complex transplant operation gives a soldier two new limbs. On the team that made it happen: a husband and wife, both Kenyon grads.
The creative vision of photographer Jonathan Mannion '93 has helped define a musical revolution. Mannion returns to the Hill this month as a Mesaros Visiting Artist to share his creative vision with Kenyon photography students.
Students rethink campus spaces they believe need a facelift.
Paintings, photographs, and bedroom-wrecking performance art highlight a senior art exhibition.
Studio art senior exercises conclude with second group.
Faculty duo finds scientific and artistic inspiration on research trip to Peru.
Professor of Art Barry Gunderson leans on the Mississippi River as inspiration for sculpture while on sabbatical.
Three alumnae advance graduate careers with NSF fellowships.
Experience at the Gund Gallery has helped student associates gain prize internships.
As part of a class, students aim to “disrupt” daily life with art installations.
Students pursue intensive study of Italian art and culture through the Kenyon-Rome program.
The Thrill lists its top five classes at Kenyon that will "blow your mind."
The Graham Gund Gallery Strategic Plan focuses on collaborative learning and a creative campus.
Senior art majors show their work and processes in Open Studio.
Brianne Presley ’16 works with a local author to illustrate a children’s book.
Two new exhibits at the Gund Gallery offer lively looks at the natural world.
A new exhibit at the Gund Gallery spurs conversation among students.
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.
Emmy award-winning set designer Jim Fenhagen '76 visits campus to share his craft.
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.
Kenyon is set to confer degrees to 430 graduates at its 187th Commencement ceremony May 16.
The Gund Gallery receives a Mellon grant to pilot an artist residency program.
A double major in art and economics helped Grace Janzow '15 land a position at a financial firm.
A sculpture by Caroline Del Giudice ’15 is on display at the Honolulu Museum of Art.
Professor of Art Gregory Spaid ’68 shows past and present works as part of a new exhibit in Columbus.
Student artists recycle fallen trees into functional sculptures.
Kenyon is helping students find work they want to do through an online job board, an internship contest and more.
Angus MacDonell, the new bookstore manager, on a new book club, a website relaunch and becoming a Kenyon parent.
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.
Senior art majors open their Horvitz Hall studios for a preview of their artwork.
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.
Using “visceral materials,” artist Natalie Wardlaw ’16 created a portfolio of work that is up for a top statewide art award.
The Gund Gallery takes residence hall decor to the next level with a new art-loan program.
Photographer and Professor of Art Gregory Spaid ’68 is selected for a national park residency.
Senior art majors put their creativity on display in a Gund Gallery exhibit.
The Department of Studio Art sells faculty and student works to benefit Wiggin Street Elementary.
Best-selling author John Green ’00 headlines the 188th Commencement ceremony May 21.
Three Kenyon seniors set off on global adventures as Fulbright fellows.
The Kenyon campus again stars as the setting for a feature film, this one by Karl Shefelman ’80.
Professor of Art Marcella Hackbardt curates a photography exhibition for the Ohio Arts Council’s Riffe Gallery.
Seven student artists installed projects around campus that made passersby stop, consider, and think.
The Kenyon community was able to view senior studio art majors' works in progress during an evening Open Studio event.
MacArthur Fellow Lauren Redniss speaks about her innovative work in visual nonfiction.
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.
Senior studio art majors throw open the doors of their studios to display their artistic processes.