Each year, Kennedy Heights Arts Centers recognizes individuals who have made outstanding contributions to KHAC’s mission through their leadership and volunteer service through awards presented at our annual Founders Day event. The 17th Annual Founders Day will be held outside at the..
At this time last year, our ability to provide artistic experiences for youth was uncertain. With the public health crisis brought on by COVID-19, we were forced to cancel summer camps and other programming. Yet, creativity didn’t stop. We knew that creative expression..
We are excited to announce our 2021 Creative Community Artists-in-Residence: Helen Atkins and Will Geusz of Albuquerque, New Mexico. Helen Atkins and Will Geusz are ceramic artists who partner on installations and public works. They met in a mosaic apprenticeship program in..
DIRECTOR OF ARTS ENGAGEMENT AND LEARNING Kennedy Heights Arts Center seeks an innovative leader to manage its community and..
At this time last year, our ability to provide artistic experiences for youth was uncertain. With the public health..
This summer, delve into some creative art-making and imaginative play at Kennedy Heights Arts Center! We are excited to..
Join us for a walking tour of the outdoor gallery exhibit Undermining Silence: The Language of Change, and hear some of the artists speak about their artworks. This exhibition features works by nine members of the artist collective Black Art Speaks. Event..
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,..