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...
DEADLINE EXTENDED to JANUARY 31st, 2020! We invite proposals from community-driven creatives in ALL disciplines (visual arts, film/media, creative..
While the weather outside may be frightful, it’s a great time to participate in an art or dance class!..
Music educators in the United States and Europe have discovered that the exposure to the many styles of jazz..
Each year on Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, Kennedy Heights Arts Center hosts an arts-based service project for kids. Students ages 5-12 are invited to join us for a half-day workshop on Monday, January 20th. Use your creative talents to share..
Want to get together with others to make your sign for the Cincinnati Women’s March taking place January 18 at Sawyer Point? Come to the Kennedy Heights Arts Center, located at 6546 Montgomery Road, Cincinnati, OH 45213, on Thursday, January 16th from..
Who is American Today? is an ongoing research project by Flavia Bastos, PhD. and James Rees, MFA. that aims to investigate what and who high school students consider “American” to be, and how digital media skills play a role in their civic..