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..
While the weather outside may be frightful, it’s a great time to come in for an art or dance..
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..
Support Our First Responders! The Ohio Valley Woodturners Guild (OVWG) will host a wooden pen turning event on Saturday, January 12, 2019 at their KHAC Linder Annex studio. The pens will then be given to our local First Responders in appreciation of..
Join us for a Community Conversation on bullying on Wednesday, January 16th from 6:30 – 8:00 pm in KHAC’s Lindner Annex at the corner of Kennedy and Montgomery Road. Cincinnati Public Schools is working hard to eliminate bullying in schools. But bullying..
Every year, in honor of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, Kennedy Heights Arts Center sponsors a special arts-based service project. This day of service encourages youth to understand why we celebrate Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., the benefits of volunteering your time,..