Kenyon Victor Adams is a multidisciplinary artist, curator, and poet. His latest art works explore the notion of fractured epistemologies and seek to reclaim or expand various ways of knowing through integrative artistic practices. As Grace Farms Foundation’s Arts Initiative Director, Adams actualizes the Foundation’s interdisciplinary approach through the curation and support of new, collaborative, site-responsive works at the intersection of the literary, visual, and performing arts. Through innovative partnerships and convening methods, the Arts Initiative at Grace Farms provides unique environments for vital encounters, dialogue, and collaboration through making. Adams has contributed art and thought leadership at the Yale School of Drama, the Langston Hughes Project, Yale ISM Poetry Conference, the National Arts Policy Roundtable, the Center for Action and Contemplation, and Summit Series. He studied Religion & Literature at Yale Divinity School, and Theology of Contemporary Performance at the Yale Institute of Sacred Music, where he later served as Artist in Residence.
December Community Dinner