Since its founding, Kennedy Heights Arts Center has been dedicated to bringing people together and building community through arts engagement. Too often, arts institutions have been associated with privilege and exclusion. Creating truly welcoming and inclusive cultural experiences goes beyond removing financial..
Looking back on our 2022 season, it is clear that art has an amazing ability to spark dialogue. Though we are a small community art center, the exhibitions we present are reflective of world events and social issues that impact many people..
Local artist Ke’Monte Figgs aspires to become the Black Dr. Suess of Cincinnati. His new book, Dreams, Art and Success, is a guide to young people to follow their dreams. He will release the book at an event at Kennedy Heights Arts..
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..