Kenneth Hayes

A gaggle of people stand on a pier in full sun, the water is bright blue and there are ships and the city in the background.

Image Courtesy of Shawn Van Sluys

Kenneth Hayes is an architectural historian and a critic/curator of contemporary art who is originally from Sudbury, and who resides there once again. In 2088 his first book of art criticism, Milk and Melancholy, was published by Prefix and MIT presses, and he undertook writing the curriculum for the Laurentian School of Architecture. In 2010 he completed a Ph.D. in Architectural History at Middle East Technical University in Ankara, Turkey.