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A prolific artist, theorist and educator, Luis Camnitzer challenges convention and confronts institutional power, economic injustice and political repression.
David Levinthal’s playful photographs reference iconic images and events that shaped postwar American society.
Works from net art history showcase a range of forms and offer a space to consider the internet as social process, material infrastructure and lived experience.
Kenyon will offer opportunities for students and their families to engage virtually during the month October.
Join Hillel at Kenyon to study the Torah every Thursday at 11:10 a.m.
All Kenyon students, faculty, staff as well as philosophy alumni are invited to participate in a weekly lunch discussion.
All Kenyon students are welcome to join a weekly discussion focused on Japanese language and culture.
Offered every Friday in Thomas House.
Outdoor worship service hosted by Kenyon CCO.
Center for Innovative Pedagogy weekly technical training session.