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..
There is a constant din outside my office. Excited voices, running feet, slamming doors. Yep, its summertime at Kennedy Heights Arts Center. This summer, more than 250 diverse young people will expand their creativity through art-making, dancing, acting, making music and more...
The KHAC team wants to help you keep creating and connecting during this time when we are physically distant...
This summer, delve into some creative art-making and imaginative play at Kennedy Heights Arts Center! Youth ages 5-16 will..
Are you a high school student (ages 14 – 18) who is helpful, models leadership, likes working with children,..
As concern amid the spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus increases, we want to inform you of additional measures Kennedy Heights Arts Center has put in place to protect the health and safety of our participants, volunteers and staff. We have been closely..
*This event has been canceled* During the Fall of 2019, students from Woodford Paideia visited the Kennedy Heights Arts Center on Field Studies where they received a guided tour of an exhibition, talked with an artist or curator, and created their own..
*The Student Art Exhibition has been POSTPONED – new date TBD* Each year, Kennedy Heights Arts Center celebrates our talented students with an exhibition featuring original artwork in all media created by the youth and adult students enrolled in KHAC classes, as well..