Groundbreaking research in neuroscience reveals that our need to connect with other people is even more fundamental than our need for food and shelter. Social connection is a super power that makes individuals smarter, happier and more productive.* At Kennedy Heights Arts..
At last week’s showcase, students in grades 2-6 sang, danced, performed puppet shows, and displayed ceramics and paintings. And, they literally jumped with joy. This marks the third year of Kennedy Heights Arts Center’s partnership with Woodford Paideia Academy to lead a..
Mindy and her longtime friend Annie joined Open Studio a year ago as an opportunity for them “to hang out together and make art.” Turns out, it met more than an artistic need. “It gives us a community,” said Mindy. Every Thursday,..
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..