If there is one lesson the global pandemic experience reminded us of, it’s that we’re all in this together. The past two years forced us into unwanted isolation, yet our shared challenges revealed a sense of community. The distance inspired us to..
In this age of instant messaging, there is something really special about receiving a card. Think about picking up your mail, there’s a bright envelope among the bills, and instantly your day is brighter. It communicates that someone cares enough about you..
Next week, our executive director Ellen Muse-Lindeman will be recognized as one of the Cincinnati Enquirer’s 2021 Women of the Year. The following is a reprint from an October 13, 2021 story. Ellen Muse-Lindeman uses art to engage, connect community Jeanne Houck..
Local Eyes, a group of five Cincinnati photographers (Helen Adams, Jymi Bolden, Melvin Grier, Samantha Grier and Amanda Cawdrey)..
Kennedy Heights Arts Center is looking to expand and diversify our teaching roster and is seeking fun proposals from..
Are you a high school student (ages 14 – 18) who is helpful, models leadership, likes working with..
Local Eyes, a group of five Cincinnati photographers (Helen Adams, Jymi Bolden, Melvin Grier, Samantha Grier and Amanda Cawdrey) who have curated exhibits of local photography for FotoFocus since 2012, is seeking images for the “What’s Left Behind” exhibit to be shown..
Linton Chamber Music’s Peanut Butter and Jam Sessions presents Winter Winds on Saturday, February 5 at 10am at the Kennedy Heights Arts Center Lindner Annex (6620 Montgomery Rd). Explore weather in this windy program, featuring the oboe, clarinet, bassoon, French horn, and..
Join us for the Opening Reception of The Teachers’ Lounge: Works by KHAC Art Instructors Past and Present on Saturday, January 29 from 6-8 pm. Since its founding in 2004, Kennedy Heights Arts Center has partnered with talented artist educators to offer..