Last spring, something truly special happened. We danced. Perhaps that doesn’t sound remarkable, but the experience generated a sense of joy and connection that’s rare. Guided by our artist-in-residence from Inlet Dance Theatre (Cleveland, OH), racially and economically diverse residents of all..
Something special is happening in Kennedy Heights. Every day, we are seeing evidence of how the arts bring people together, fuel creativity and create a more vibrant neighborhood. Over the next few weeks we will share a few stories that demonstrate this..
It’s that wonderful time of year. Kids are back in school, leaves are beginning to change colors, there’s a crispness in the air (that is, until it hits 80 degrees again)… it’s fall. That also means its time for Kennedy Heights Arts..
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..
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..
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..
Due to the current COVID surge, this event has been rescheduled to Sunday, February 13. Join in a community conversation of The Color of Law: A Forgotten History of How Our Government Segregated America by Richard Rothstein. The book reveals “how government..