Is it your New Years resolution to give back and get more involved in your community? We can help you out with that! There are many meaningful and fun ways to volunteer at Kennedy Heights Arts Center. Give us some of your time,..
In July, more than 300 residents of all ages came together to celebrate five years of Play in the Park. One look at the diverse group of neighbors gathered in Kennedy Park making art, listening to music and connecting with one another..
Last spring, something truly special happened. We danced. Perhaps that doesn’t sound remarkable, but the experience generated a sense of joy and connection that’s rare. Guided by our artist-in-residence from Inlet Dance Theatre (Cleveland, OH), racially and economically diverse residents of all..
Our Partner in Education, PAR-Projects, has designed a variety of classes for entrepreneurial-minded adults (16+), as well as community members..
Are you a high school student (ages 14 – 18) who is helpful, fun-loving, models leadership, likes working with..
The Quality Theatrical Players presents a performance of the life story of Cincinnati civil rights icon Ms. Marian Spencer in a play entitled, “A Black Eye on America,” by Dot Christenson. It will be presented at the Kennedy Heights Arts Center’s Lindner..
NEA Jazz Master David Liebman and his big band under the direction of Gunnar Mossblad commemorate the 50th anniversary of John Coltrane’s death and honor the 60th anniversary of Wayne Shorter’s career, as well as perform some of Liebman’s compositions orchestrated by..
Kennedy Heights Arts Center welcomes Columbus-based filmmaker Susan Halpern as our 2018 Ohio Arts Council Artist in Residence! During her 4 week residency in April, Ms. Halpern will be working with individuals of all ages to create a collaborative video storytelling project. Meet the..