Kent Place is proud to announce that Yale senior Sophie Huttner — Kent Place Class of 2018 — has been named a 2023 Rhodes Scholar. Sophie, a global affairs major, is one of just 32 students out of a competitive pool of more than 2,500 selected for the prestigious academic program, which is hosted by the University of Oxford.
Kent Place Gallery
Kent Place Gallery is a dedicated visual arts space that serves the Kent Place community and surrounding area with a varied program of exhibitions.
The gallery typically presents solo shows by several professional artists each year, taking advantage of our proximity to New York City to offer contemporary art experiences of exceptional quality. Exhibiting artists often visit the Kent Place campus and make themselves available to students in lectures, classroom visits, gallery talks, and informal conversations. The Gallery is also the primary venue for displaying Kent Place student art.
The Gallery, located on campus at the Center for Innovation, is open from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Monday through Friday, by appointment only.
To arrange your visit, please contact Director Ken Weathersby at (908) 273-0900, ext. 208.
- Hilary Devaney '10 | "Years of Night" (2022)
- Esperanza Mayobre | "We Wish We Could Have Stayed Home" (2022)
- Juno Zago | "Stolen Goods" (2021)
- Wings to Fly: Frida Kahlo, Diego Rivera, and Other Mexican Voices (Alebrijes) (2019)
- Lara Atallah | “A Moratorium on Looking" (2019)
- Carlo D’Anselmi | "The Deep End" (2019)
- Melissa Staiger | “Open the Door” (2018)
- Ken Weathersby | "Inside Job" (2018)
- Eleanna Anagnos (2018)
- Emmalea Russo | "The Coast" (2017)
- E E Ikeler (2017)
- Seth Adelsberger | "Compression Artifacts” (2016)
- Max Warsh | “Help a Stone Clock" (2016)
- Kristen Rego | "Ubiquity and Produce" (2016)
- Michele Alpern and Ken Weathersby (2015)
- Alex Ebstein | "Sun Salutation" (2015)
- Cristina de Miguel (2015)
- Carey Gates (2014)
- Lauren Portada | “Boggy Soggy Squitchy Pictures” (2014)