We are excited to announce that poet Wendy McVicker (Athens, OH) and artist Nancy Gamon (Cincinnati, OH) have been selected as our 2019 Artists-in-Residence. Wendy has been an Ohio Arts Council Teaching Artist since 2000, and loves bringing people together to discover..
It’s probably no coincidence that the Kennedy Mansion began its life in 1875 as a home—the home of neighborhood founder Lewis Kennedy. Today, Kennedy Heights Arts Center is still creating a home. Although it no longer houses a single family, the center..
I first learned about photographer Wing Young Huie from my sister Amy Muse who lives in St. Paul, MN, when she told me about his University Avenue Project. For three years, Wing photographed the dizzying diversity in the St. Paul neighborhoods connected..
It’s probably no coincidence that the Kennedy Mansion began its life in 1875 as a home—the home of neighborhood..
Founded in 2004, Kennedy Heights Arts is a multi-disciplinary community arts center in a racially and economically diverse neighborhood..
Are you a high school student (ages 14 – 18) who is helpful, models leadership, likes working with children,..
For kids ages 5 – 12. Join us for a special, exciting week as we learn about art installations and transform the KHAC Annex Gallery into an elaborate paper community garden by cutting, folding, and twisting paper into fantastical botanical creations and..
Join us in celebrating the arts at ArtsWave Days at Kennedy Heights Arts Center! On Saturday, March 30, KHAC’s Lindner Annex will be filled with hands-on art, music and dance experiences for all ages. It’s all free as part of the 2019..
During Black History Month, we’re highlighting contemporary African American artists in our “Masterpieces in the Making” program at three public libraries around Cincinnati. This one-hour long program is FREE (registration requested through each local library’s website, please) and includes a brief art..