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 Jazz in the Heights! This summer we’re presenting world-class jazz performers in three special concerts in our Lindner Annex. Join us for sweet sounds, fabulous company, amazing art, great food and drink, and more. All proceeds from Jazz in the Heights..
Founded in 2004, Kennedy Heights Arts is a multi-disciplinary community arts center in a racially and economically diverse neighborhood..
It’s probably no coincidence that the Kennedy Mansion began its life in 1875 as a home—the home of neighborhood..
Are you a high school student (ages 14 – 18) who is helpful, models leadership, likes working with children..
This fall, our teen artists have partnered with The Greater Cincinnati Homeless Coalition (GCHC) to create a photo storytelling project, with guidance from instructor Kailah Ware. Over 8 weeks, the students learned techniques in photography and Photoshop editing, and studied examples of..
Kennedy Heights Arts Center is proud to partner with Woodford Paideia Academy, a public elementary school in Kennedy Heights, to implement a school-wide arts and culture focus, as part of Cincinnati Public Schools’ Vision 2020 Initiative. A key element of programming at..
Join us for a fun evening of folk dancing in celebration of the winter solstice! We will learn dances from around the world led by Kate Spencer of International Folk Dancers of Cincinnati. The Shepherds Dance from the French province of Brittany..