March 24, 2020
Kenyon is suspending its residential program and transitioning to remote instruction. Read more about Kenyon's response to COVID-19.
Established in 1993 through a gift from physicians Paul and Laura Mesaros. The Mesaros Art Fund is used to enhance the College's Art program, as determined by members of the Department of Art. Activities may include, but are not limited to, artists in residency, guest lectures, visiting artists/teachers, and special exhibitions. For information on current and past programs see Mesaros Visiting Artist Program.
The ARTclub is an organization that encourages support and opportunities for students engaged in art making. Members promote a creative culture at Kenyon College through exhibitions, performance, and other events they develop in a collaborative environment.
Kenyon's Craft Center provides space for visual arts production and informal instruction in a range of areas, including bookmaking, ceramics, glasswork, knitting, quilting, jewelry making, photography, stained glass, and woodworking. Most programs are free or low cost, and the center is open seven days a week during the College year.
The Horn Gallery was founded in 1994 by students to showcase their artistic talents. Since then, the Horn has evolved into a popular student organization, a gathering place where Kenyon community members exchange ideas; share knowledge; and enjoy art shows, performances, plays, readings, weekly coffeehouses, and student-band practices.
Internationally known artists exhibit in this gallery, as well as senior art majors. Check out the current exhibition schedule at: www.gundgallery.org
Kenyon students can also enjoy the art galleries, events, and organizations in Columbus, including the city's exciting Short North arts district.
Established by the Harold Hallstein Family and Friends in memory of Robert H. Hallstein, Class of 1976. The award is granted to a senior art major whose consistently high level of artistic accomplishment in studio art courses is recognized by the art department faculty.
Established by Mr. and Mrs. Norman H. Peterson, parents of M. Kristina Peterson, Class of 1973. The award is granted to a senior art major whose consistently high level of artistic accomplishment in studio art courses is recognized by the art department faculty.
For more information on study abroad opportunities available to studio art majors, consult the Center for Global Engagement or talk to your faculty advisor.
|GLCA: New York Arts Program||New York|
|Japan Study Program||Japan|
|Butler: University of Auckland||New Zealand|
|Butler: COPA - Santiago||Chile|
|Butler: University College Cork||Ireland|
|Butler: University of East Anglia||England|
|Butler: Glasgow School of Art||Scotland|
|ACM: India Studies||India|
|Arcadia: University of Glasgow||Scotland|
|Antioch: Buddhist Studies||Japan|
|College Year in Athens||Greece|
|Center for Cross-Cultural Study: Seville||Spain|
|Slade School of Fine Arts||England|
|Kansai Gaidai, Asian Studies Program in Osaka||Japan|
|Sweet Briar: Paris||France|