Exhibitions

Kennedy Gallery

  • Color in Decline / Underfoot

    January 19 - February 23
    Kennedy Gallery
    Opening Reception: Saturday, January 19th, 6 - 8 pm
    Artist Talk: Saturday, February 2nd, 1:00 pm

    Cincinnati photographer Michael E. Keating displays photographs from two ongoing projects which reflect the passage of time on structures, objects and landscapes impacted by forces natural and otherwise.

    This exhibition is sponsored by The Clyde N Day Foundation.

    Michael E. Keating and his wife Sarah live in Greater Cincinnati and have two grown children.  Keating left the Cincinnati Enquirer in 2012 and is presently a Co-trustee of the Clyde N. Day Foundation in Newport, Kentucky. 

    Keating is a partner in The Hoosier Hardwood Photo Project documenting Indiana High School Gymnasiums. Photographs from that project are part of a permanent display at the Indiana Basketball Hall of Fame.

    Cincinnati Shadow & Light was published by Keating in 2013.

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Lindner Gallery

    There were no Exhibitions :(

Kennedy Gallery

  • Color in Decline / Underfoot

    January 19 - February 23
    Kennedy Gallery
    Opening Reception: Saturday, January 19th, 6 - 8 pm
    Artist Talk: Saturday, February 2nd, 1:00 pm

    Cincinnati photographer Michael E. Keating displays photographs from two ongoing projects which reflect the passage of time on structures, objects and landscapes impacted by forces natural and otherwise.

    This exhibition is sponsored by The Clyde N Day Foundation.

    Michael E. Keating and his wife Sarah live in Greater Cincinnati and have two grown children.  Keating left the Cincinnati Enquirer in 2012 and is presently a Co-trustee of the Clyde N. Day Foundation in Newport, Kentucky. 

    Keating is a partner in The Hoosier Hardwood Photo Project documenting Indiana High School Gymnasiums. Photographs from that project are part of a permanent display at the Indiana Basketball Hall of Fame.

    Cincinnati Shadow & Light was published by Keating in 2013.

    Read More

Lindner Gallery

    There were no Exhibitions :(

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Make art. Share ideas. Build community.

The Kennedy Collective fosters artistic growth and creative collaboration for local artists and allies who are committed to building community.

Anyone, age 18 or over, is welcome to become a member of the Kennedy Collective. We invite all manner of artists – visual artists, musicians, dancers, performers, writers, designers, etc. – to join. There is no jury process for becoming a member, though you are asked to fill out a short information form.

As a member of our Collective, you have access to Kennedy Heights Arts Center’s active exhibition schedule, professional development workshops, and networking opportunities. Most importantly, you are joining an active community of amazing, creative people. Membership benefits include:

  • Access to a diverse community of artists and art enthusiasts, and a network of information, resources, ideas, and inspiration
  • Your name on KHAC website with a link to your website
  • Opportunity to participate in annual Members Only exhibition
  • Reduced entry fee for juried exhibitions at Kennedy Heights Arts Center
  • Participation in Artist Salons – monthly gatherings for artists to converse, share and connect
  • Free or reduced admission to special events and workshops
  • Opportunity to sell work in KHAC’s Gift Shop and receive a higher commission rate. Artist receives 80% of the sale price; 20% is retained by the Arts Center to help defray operating costs
  • Ability to apply for support for projects through our mini-grant program
  • Ability to share announcements and invitations in Kennedy Collective’s e-newsletter and Facebook page
  • Knowing that your contribution helps make great programming happen all year long at the Arts Center!


Membership Dues:
$50 annually (Renewed every January. Members who join October 1st to the end of the current year are graced into the next year!) 

Kennedy Heights Arts Center is a nonprofit organization, and your dues and volunteer work help support a community organization that has become the epicenter of the ongoing revitalization of a unique Cincinnati neighborhood.

Application Form:

Members of the Kennedy Collective have the expectation of volunteering in Collective programs or at Kennedy Heights Arts Center about one hour a month or 12 hours per year. Check your volunteer interests below:

  • Sales Assistant
  • Special Events Sales
  • Marketing/Pubilicity
  • Decor
  • Jury Committee
  • Consignment Reports

 

  • Annual Exhibition Committee
  • Art Installation
  • Art Intake
  • Graphic Design
  • Lead a Workshop
  • Special Event Volunteer
  • Event Photography
  • Perform at Event
  • Writing/Newsletter
  • Children’s Art Class Assistant
  • Plan Artist Salons

 

  • Gardening/Landscaping
  • Cleaning/Organizing Tasks
  • Office Help (data entry, mailings, etc.)
  • Small Painting Projects
  • Small Building Maintenance Projects

 

Clicking Submit will Submit Your Application and Direct You to PayPal to Pay Member Dues of $50

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Members

  • Jereena Ameen – Fiber Art
  • Felicia Anderson – Painting, reposse
  • Lisa Andrews – foodie t-shirts
  • Amy Bogard – Drawing, Painting
  • Bill Boyea – digital illustration, drawing
  • Mindy Burger – Mixed-media
  • Susan Carlson – Drawing, Sculpture
  • Lynn Conaway – Fiber
  • Mike Conaway – Wood Turning
  • Billie Cunningham – Fiber, Doll making
  • June Pfaff Daley – Painting, Collage, Mixed Media
  • Lee DeRhodes – Ceramics
  • Jeff Dey –
  • Harold Dreibelbis – Ceramics
  • Mallory Feltz – Mixed-media, Sculpture
  • Phyllis Foster – Photography
  • Emily Funk – 
  • Toby Ganz – Fiber Art 
  • Cherie Garces – Painting, Poetry
  • Diane Germaine – Poetry, Dance
  • Jane Black Goepper – Ceramics
  • Timothy Gold – Painting
  • Linda Grieser – Music
  • Helen Haberstroh – Painting
  • Orbie Harris – Drawing
  • Robin Hartmann – Fiber Art
  • Wendy Henehan – Painting, Drawing
  • Natalie Jeanne – Photography
  • William Jones – Photography
  • George Kalomeres – Painting
  • Sue Kemp – Photography, Ceramics
  • Thomas Kinsel – Photography
  • Bob Kling – Sculpture, Mixed-media
  • Robert Kroeger – Painting
  • Mary Lennard – Poetry
  • William Linthicum – Drawing
  • Monica Lira – Drawing, Painting
  • Angela Mascolino – Painting
  • Elaine McGue – Jewelry, Photography
  • Dyah Miller – 
  • Sarah Caswell-Pearce – Paper Collages
  • Sheryl Peterson – Acrylics
  • Linda Price – 
  • Virginia Price – 
  • Mark Prince – Photography
  • Risa Sreden Prince — Glass
  • Diane Roketenetz – Painting, Drawing
  • Jim Rulli – Painting
  • Patti Rulli – Painting
  • Grace Severyn – Jewelry
  • Sue Ann Spears – Stoneware, Clay
  • Carole Gray Staples – Fiber, Tapestry
  • Barbara Streff – Printmaking, Silkscreen
  • Michael Streff – Drawing, Illustration
  • Delores Massey Thomas – Photography
  • Debra Wallace – Fiber art, jewelry, and polymer clay
  • John Weller – Photography
  • Sue Wilke – Photography
  • Zeta Wolf – Mindful meditation, painting, drawing, and sculpture
  • Chris Wright – Painting

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Call to Artists – Juried Show:
Because I Said So…

EXHIBITION DESCRIPTION: Curated by: Robin Hartmann & Kim Watling

Everyone has a story about their parents (or parental figures); good, bad, funny, or sad. Because I Said So… is a juried exhibition encompassing the range of serious and humorous experiences of growing up with parents or parental figures. Inspiration can be drawn from memories or reflections of your parent(s) / parental figure(s) from any period of your life.

We welcome your participation in applying for this Juried Group Exhibition! Entrants are welcome to submit work in any media that is a reflection on your relationship with your parent(s) / parental figure(s).

ELIGIBILITY:
Artists ages 18 and older from Ohio, Indiana, and Kentucky are encouraged to submit works in all media. All works must be original in concept, design and execution. All works must fit the theme. 

SUBMISSION PROCEDURE:
Submissions will be accepted until end of day March 17, 2019.

Artists may enter a maximum of THREE pieces of art for jury consideration for an entry fee of $25.  Artists should EMAIL a completed Artist Entry Form (download attached form here: Because I Said So… ARTIST ENTRY FORM), 1 paragraph artist statement, and jpeg images (Maximum of 1 overall image per piece, plus 1 detail image per piece) to curator@kennedyarts.org. All digital images must use a minimum resolution of 300dpi. Label images with the artist’s last name and title of work. Please pay your entry fee below. 

NOTIFICATION: Artists will be notified of acceptance by end of day Saturday, March 23, 2019

DELIVERY AND RETURN OF ARTWORK:
Artists are responsible for the delivery and removal of their work. All work accepted for the exhibition must arrive ready to install. Works not gallery-ready, or differing significantly from entry images may be omitted from the exhibit. Work may be hand delivered or shipped. Shipped works must be sent in easily reusable packaging with prepaid return shipping. Artists are responsible for all shipping costs and insurance.

SALE OF ARTWORK:
Artwork may be for sale if desired by the artist, though it is not required. Kennedy Heights Arts Center will retain a 30% commission on all works sold. If work is for sale, artists will be required to fill out a W-9.

IMPORTANT DATES:
Entry deadline – March 17, 2019
Notice of Acceptance – March 23, 2019
Delivery of work – April 2 – 6, 2019
Opening Reception – Saturday, April 13 from 6-8pm

Exhibition dates: April 13 – June 1, 2019

Please send completed applications and inquiries to: curator@kennedyarts.org

Pay $25 application fee

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  • Saturday: 11:00 - 4:00
  • Closed Sunday - Monday