News and Events

  • Delivering Joy to Seniors

    • 17 December 2020
    • Posted By Ellen Muse-Lindeman

    Our first delivery of JOY went out this week. We could all use some joy right now, huh? This is especially true for older adults. Due to the increased risk factors COVID-19 poses for older adults, many seniors are staying safe by..

  • Lifting Voices for Racial Justice

    • 10 November 2020
    • Posted By Ellen Muse-Lindeman

    Protests this summer have lifted the voices of people seeking justice. Thousands of people have taken to the streets to protest systemic racism and police brutality. Inspired by this, Kennedy Heights Arts Center partnered with Art Beyond Boundaries to provide a platform..

  • Our Commitment to our Community

    • 5 June 2020
    • Posted By Ellen Muse-Lindeman

    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..

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  • Play in the Park

    • Wednesday, June 5th 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm
    • Kennedy Heights Park (6037 Kennedy Ave.)

    Play in the Park is back and better than ever, running from June 5th to July 31st at Kennedy Heights Park, 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm. Join us every week for free activities, food, and beverages, with music and arts experiences for..

  • Artist Talk & Reception – Growth from Creativity: KHAC 20th Anniversary Exhibition

    • Saturday, June 22 from 1-3pm
    • Lindner Gallery, 6620 Montgomery Rd

    In honor of our 20th anniversary, this group show features diverse works by 20 talented artists (of the many!) who have helped shape Kennedy Heights Arts Center over the years. Collaboration with local artists has been pivotal to the success of the..

  • Curator Talk: Hearts of Liberation

    • Saturday, June 1 at 1:00pm
    • Kennedy Gallery

    In a world marked by struggle and injustice, Hearts of Liberation: A Celebration of Radical Black Love as Collective Care emerges as a beacon of hope—a testament to the unwavering power of love, resilience, and community. This group exhibition, curated by Cincinnati..

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