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..
These gardeners have a gift to share with the city. On September 9, Kennedy Heights Arts Center was invited by ArtsWave to help celebrate the grand opening of the Cincinnati Bell Connector downtown. KHAC Arts Education Coordinator Mallory Feltz, artist Karen Saunders..
After careful deliberation and with consideration for the health and safety of KHAC’s students, instructors, volunteers, staff, and the..
Local teens will celebrate the launch of the inaugural issue of Tellus Zine with a Prom-Themed Virtual Launch Party..
The KHAC team wants to help you keep creating during this time when we are physically distant. While there..
Let’s face it: we could all use some joy right now. Due to COVID-19, we had to cancel Play in the Park this summer – so we are bringing the play to you! The Joy Mobile will be visiting four lucky areas..
A Tribute to Six African-American Jazz Artists of the 20th Century On Thursday July 16th at 8:00 PM, Cincinnati Public Schools Jazz Academy will live stream a performance from the Kennedy Heights Arts Center Lindner Annex in Cincinnati. The performance will feature..
After careful deliberation and with consideration for the health and safety of KHAC’s students, instructors, volunteers, staff, and the community, we have decided not to hold in-person camps this summer. Instead we are bringing you KHAC Summer Camp at Home! Choose from..