Who are our neighbors? How are we all connected? Residents of all ages will be invited to answer these questions as we share our stories creatively through the medium of video. Each spring, Kennedy Heights Arts Center hosts an Artist-in-Residence..
Is it your New Years resolution to give back and get more involved in your community? We can help you out with that! There are many meaningful and fun ways to volunteer at Kennedy Heights Arts Center. Give us some of your time,..
In July, more than 300 residents of all ages came together to celebrate five years of Play in the Park. One look at the diverse group of neighbors gathered in Kennedy Park making art, listening to music and connecting with one another..
In this age of instant messaging, there is something really special about receiving a card. Think about picking up..
Get into the spirit of the season and have fun during Winter Break in four, unique, one-day camps for..
Kennedy Heights Arts Center COVID Safety Policy Updated September 15, 2021 Due to the high levels of COVID-19 transmission..
The 11th Annual Cincinnati Clay Alliance Holiday Pottery Fair showcases the perfect handmade gifts for the season made by local ceramic artists! Held indoors at the Kennedy Heights Arts Center Linder Annex on Saturday, December 4th from 10 am-3 pm, this one..
Join in a community conversation of The Color of Law: A Forgotten History of How Our Government Segregated America by Richard Rothstein. The book reveals “how government policies led to the creation of officially segregated public housing and demolishing of previously integrated..
Kennedy Heights Arts Center in partnership with Juneteenth Cincinnati presents A Celebration of the Harlem Renaissance, highlighting the artistic and cultural achievements and enduring legacy of this era through an art exhibition, poetry reading, dance and jazz performances. Project website: www.renaissanceincincy.org Artworks,..