Kendal Henry

Kendal Henry

Kendal Henry is an artist and curator specializing in public art who utilizes his work to energize communities worldwide, having produced projects across the United States, Europe, Russia and Asia.

He works closely with communities to develop projects that enhance creative, civic and economic investment and viability.

Early Life and Education

Henry Kendall was born in Boston and received only limited formal education. While working for various local government offices, he took to writing poetry. This earned him contributions to newspapers and periodicals; eventually his first collection, Poems and Songs, was published and received praise from George Barton and Richard Horne for its unapologetic Australian roots.

He combines his interest in mechanical, chemical and electrical phenomena with his passion for the outdoors to craft unique works of art.

On his visit to the United States, he will present a lecture about public art as an effective means for social engagement, civic pride and economic development. The event is free and open to the public.

Professional Career

He was an active member of the Union of Concerned Scientists and wrote extensively on issues surrounding energy and defense policy. Additionally, he often spoke and moderated panels related to these subjects.

While in the Dominican Republic, he worked closely with local artists on projects aimed at celebrating cultural identity and heritage through art forms like music (Quelbe, Cariso), dance, storytelling and visual displays at CMCArts. These projects can now be found there for public display – they will remain there until further notice!

Henry met recently with students enrolled in CUNY School of Professional Studies’ MA in Museum Studies program to discuss his work creating public art both locally and abroad. Henry shared that successful public artworks start by setting clear goals, which incorporate community needs into their creation process.

Achievement and Honors

As an enthusiastic mountaineer and photographer, Kendall made expeditions into both Himalayan and Antarctica regions capturing his adventures through large format photographs. Additionally, he published articles and books related to shallow water diving and marine salvage operations.

He has previously curated pieces like “Chaney series (a topography of reconstruction),” an installation featuring eight adjoining paintings by African-Caribbean artist La Vaughn Belle that can be found at Brookfield Place in New York City. Art, according to him, should engage the public and inspire vital conversations.

Henry engaged students, faculty and staff from CUNY SPS’ MA in Museum Studies program in an engaging discussion about how public art can promote social engagement, civic pride and economic development through its use. Additionally, Henry discussed his work as assistant commissioner of public art and director of NYC Department of Cultural Affairs Percent for Art program.

Personal Life

Henry Kendall is an esteemed American nuclear physicist who, together with Jerome Isaac Friedman and Richard E. Taylor, shared the 1990 Nobel Prize for experimentally demonstrating quark existence. Additionally, Henry is also an ardent environmentalist and peace advocate.

His work is inspired by its surrounding context, utilizing listening practices in his practice that allow him to create pieces that resonate with their audiences. Henry has completed site-responsive projects around the globe including Tajikistan, Vladivostok, and Canada.

Recently he spoke to students, faculty, and staff in the Museum Studies Program at CUNY SPS about his career path and artistic practice – with emphasis on public art’s role in increasing civic pride and economic growth.

Net worth

Henry Kendall estimated Net Worth, Salary, Income, Cars, Lifestyles & more.

Henry Kendall made his mark as an influential leading man of 1930s cinema with appearances in TV movies such as Arabian Night and Women in Love; born in England he went on to enjoy great success during his lifetime.

In 2021, he won both the Angelina Benefit Rodeo and Redding (California) Pro Rodeo before placing eighth in tie-down roping world standings – earning $217,108 during that season alone.

Jenner and Styles appeared to rekindle their romance at a party held for her friend, music agent Jeff Azoff, in January 2016. At that event they joined friends such as Lakers player Jordan Clarkson and rapper Travis Scott; Jenner later posted photos with both men on her Instagram feed; she even invited both to her 21st birthday celebration at L.A. hotspot Delilah.

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