This summer, more than 300 diverse youth will express their creativity through making art, dance, theatre, and music at Kennedy Heights Arts Center. In 28 different camps, they will paint murals, write poetry, create their own businesses, make scary movies, dig fossils,..
What matters to teens? What issues do they face? A group of six local youth, ages 12-16, used their creativity and the medium of film to create short videos that speak to teens. The group collaborated to create Public Service Announcements on..
The weather outside might be frightful, but I’m thinking about planting seeds. Twelve years ago, the view along Montgomery Road in Kennedy Heights was a sea of vacant buildings. One of the first racially integrated neighborhoods in Cincinnati, Kennedy Heights is a..
Kennedy Heights Arts Center is seeking energetic, responsible and caring individuals to assist in the implementation of an after-school..
Kennedy Heights Arts Center is seeking an energetic, collaborative, and forward-thinking individual to lead its arts education initiatives and..
Mask Requirement Reinstated July 26, 2022 According to the most recent update from the C.D.C. on July 21, the..
Representatives from local organizations that specialize in the fields of reduce, reuse, recycling, and food waste will discuss ways individuals can work toward environmental sustainability. The panel will be moderated by Bryn Weller, artist and conservation biologist, and will include: Erin Fay..
Join Instructor Shi Low in our basement studio and darkroom on Sunday, October 23 from 1:00 – 2:30 pm for a fun and interesting workshop that merges simple photography techniques with alt monoprinting processes. Tuition: Free, registration required. For youth ages 8-12. ..
Join Curators from Local Eyes as they share more about the What’s Left Behind exhibition theme, and a selection of exhibiting artists as they speak about their work in the show. A casual conversation and walk around the gallery, this talk will..