Mindy and her longtime friend Annie joined Open Studio a year ago as an opportunity for them “to hang out together and make art.” Turns out, it met more than an artistic need. “It gives us a community,” said Mindy. Every Thursday,..
Homelessness, food insecurity, bullying, depression and anxiety in young people. These are all issues that teens in our community care about – and they are using creative tools to address them. Bridging artistic expression and activism in Kennedy Heights Arts Center’s Teen..
Are you passionate about sharing your voice, and the voices of other teens? Want to become part of an exciting group of teen leaders in Cincinnati? Apply to become a founding member of our Teen Editorial Board. The Teen Editorial Board is..
We invite proposals from community-driven creatives in ALL disciplines (visual arts, film/media, creative writing, theatre, dance, music, etc.) from..
While the weather outside may be frightful, it’s a great time to participate in an art or dance class!..
Music educators in the United States and Europe have discovered that the exposure to the many styles of jazz..
You may know Helen Haberstroh as a long time supporter of the Kennedy Heights Arts Center, one of the original Kennedy Collective members (then “Guild”), or as one of our friendly Art Shop Volunteers! But did you know she also creates beautiful..
Members of the Kennedy Artist Collective are proud to present their annual exhibition, Emerge. The show features new and previously unseen works in all media by local artists, including paintings, illustrations, sculptures, fiber, and more. Join us for a casual conversation with..
Shop local this holiday season! Look around in our Art Shop or Holiday Art Market for great, handmade gifts for everyone on your list. Year Round Vendors: Artist Need Lunch Money (Antonio Wooten) – artist designed apparel Jereena Ameen – fiber art..