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..
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...
While the weather outside may be frightful, it’s a great time to participate in an art class! Kennedy Heights..
Deliver Joy for an older adult this holiday season We could all use some joy right now. This is..
Local teens will celebrate the launch of the inaugural issue of Tellus Zine with a Prom-Themed Virtual Launch Party..
The Kennedy Heights Arts Center and Juneteenth Cincinnati are looking to commission 10 artists to create brand new 2-D artworks inspired by different creatives (visual artists, poets, writers, dancers, musicians, etc) from the Harlem Renaissance. These pieces will be featured in an..
On Monday, January 18th, we are doing a very special (remote) art project in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King. This day of service encourages youth to understand the benefits of volunteering, how to give the gift of kindness, and how to use..
We could all use some joy right now. This is especially true for older adults. Due to the increased risk factors COVID-19 poses for older adults, many seniors are staying safe by self-quarantining at home or in senior living communities. Unfortunately, social..