Space for creative exploration
This refurbished barn is an arts hub at Kenyon, hosting concerts, exhibits, slam poetry performances and activist group meetings. “You might not like everything we do or put on,” said one of the gallery’s student managers, “but there’s going to be something for you.”
As the student-run counterpart to the College’s professional museum and world-class concert venue, the Horn brings an indie-inspired energy to the campus art and music scene. Its stage welcomes student bands and comedians while attracting up-and-coming artists who go on to become nationally known.
Fun fact: The band Walk the Moon, headlined by Nick Petricca ’09, launched its first shows at the Horn.