We’ve been asking ourselves what our organization can do to take meaningful action in response to this moment of uprising against racist violence. You may be asking that too. Like many of you, we are outraged at the senseless killing of George..
Greetings from my dining room table! The Arts Center is closed and our staff are working from home. And, like the rest of you, I am figuring out how to stay safe and navigate in this new reality. One thing we know..
Groundbreaking research in neuroscience reveals that our need to connect with other people is even more fundamental than our need for food and shelter. Social connection is a super power that makes individuals smarter, happier and more productive.* At Kennedy Heights Arts..
These might be some crazy times we’re living in, but for many Black Americans and other POC, experiences..
After careful deliberation and with consideration for the health and safety of KHAC’s students, instructors, volunteers, staff, and the..
Local teens will celebrate the launch of the inaugural issue of Tellus Zine with a Prom-Themed Virtual Launch Party..
Let’s face it: we could all use some joy right now. Kennedy Heights Arts Center’s Joy Mobile will be visiting four lucky areas in Kennedy Heights and Pleasant Ridge this summer, sharing FREE popsicles or food, music, and artist-led activities designed to..
A Tribute to Six African-American Jazz Artists of the 20th Century On Thursday July 16th at 8:00 PM, Cincinnati Public Schools Jazz Academy will live stream a performance from the Kennedy Heights Arts Center Lindner Annex in Cincinnati. The performance will feature..
Thank you to everyone who participated in the Garden of Hope, our 2020 Creative Community Artist-in-Residence project with Leesa Haapapuro this Spring! Leesa was in virtual residence at Kennedy Heights Arts Center from April 20 – May 31. Working from her studio in..