I get it. You’re busy with work and life demands, so fitting in an art class is hard. But nurturing your creative side is essential to your well-being — not to mention lots of fun. Artistic and creative expression offers many benefits...
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..
Play in the Park returns for another summer of fun for all ages on Wednesday evenings from 6:30 –..
We offer a variety of one-week camps for youth ages 5-13 exploring visual arts, music, creative writing, photography, acting,..
Are you a high school student (ages 14 – 18) who is helpful, creative, models leadership, and likes..
Join us for a very special one-time performance of the All-Star Quintet, featuring Cincinnati Jazz Hall of Fame inductee members: Mike Sharfe on bass, Wayne Yeager on piano, Art Gore on drums, Rick VanMatre on sax, and Marc Fields on trombone. Purchase..
Kennedy Heights Arts Center is proud to present a two person show titled Color Breathing: The Work of Lyric Morris-Latchaw and Casey Dressell, running from June 10 to August 12, 2023 in the Kennedy Gallery located at 6546 Montgomery Road. The public..
Join us on Saturday, June 24 at 1pm for a Gallery Talk by local artists Lyric Morris-Latchaw and Casey Dressell. They’ll guide us through their exhibition Color Breathing while discussing their thoughts and inspirations for this show. Lyric Morris-Latchaw is an oil..