This summer, we look forward to welcoming students to our campus in-person for the first time in more than a year. We, and our community, could not be more excited! After a year spent isolated and in front of screens, young people are yearning for interaction and creative engagement.
240 diverse youth will attend 10 weeks of arts camps, expressing their creativity through visual arts, music, creative writing, animation and more, mentored by professional teaching artists. High school students will gain valuable leadership skills serving as camp assistants. Our COVID safety plan will ensure a safe and fun experience for everyone.
As always, we remain dedicated to full inclusion. With your support, these enriching experiences are affordable and accessible to everyone regardless of economic circumstance.
Help us ensure that EVERY child has the benefit of high quality arts education with your tax-deductible contribution to Arts for All Campaign.
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Looking for that special gift for a loved one – or yourself? The Art Shop at Kennedy Heights Arts Center features original, hand-crafted artworks by over 40 local artists, including Jewelry, Photography, Ceramics, Glassworks, Woodworks, Metal Arts, Knitted items, Paintings, Prints, Greeting Cards, and MORE!
Grab a unique gift for a loved one or find something that catches your own eye. There’s something for everyone!
Every Winter, coinciding with the annual Kennedy Collective Exhibition, we expand our Art Shop to include our Holiday Art Market! We invite our year-round vendors, along with some local guest artists, to create special items that would make great gifts during this Holiday Season. Creative Holiday Gifts are sold at Kennedy Heights Arts Center!
WELCOME OUR NEW 2020 HOLIDAY ART MARKET VENDORS: Vicki Adang, Betsy Allaire, Susan Cline, Jess Costantini, Jennifer Cox, Rita Dhingra, Mimi Gingold, Carisa Hund-Bunten (Seventh Street Gifts), Ashna Khanna, William Linthicum, Julie Meyer (For Lula Girl), Dyah Miller, Beth Mohr, Amy Nicolai (Amy Eclectic), Diane O’Brian (Ellery’s Crayons), Marian Paola, Priti Sullivan (Priti’s Pretty Jewelry with a Purpose), Allison Troyer, Reginald Willis.
Applications are now closed for 2020, check back in September 2021 to apply for next year. To apply to be a year round vendor in our Art Shop, see below.
Wednesdays through Fridays 10:00 am – 5:00 pm
Saturdays 11:00 am – 4:00 pm
Special extended hours for openings and special events.
6546 Montgomery Road
Cincinnati, Ohio 45213
|Artist Need Lunch Money (Antonio Wooten) – artist designed apparel||Jereena Ameen – fiber art||
Da’Mon Butler – jewelry
|Lynn Conaway – fiber art||Michael Conaway – woodturnings||Billie Cunningham – jewelry & dolls|
|June Pfaff Daley – notecards, magnets, collages||Lee DeRhodes – ceramics||Michael Dillingham – paintings|
|Saad Ghosn – books||Beth Goldstein – ceramics||Linda Grieser – cds (Adiago Trio, harp)|
|Helen Haberstroh – illustrations, notecards||Natalie Hager – photography, notecards||Robin Hartmann – fiber art, jewelry|
|Donna Heldman – mosaics, recycled garden art||Joanne Honschopp – notecards||Judy Kidd – jewelry|
|Thomas Kinsel – photography||Robert Kroeger – oil painting||Mary Lennard – poetry books|
|Monica Lira – stuffed animals, ceramics||Uneek Lowe – purses||Diana Marra – Asian brush painting, photos, notecards|
|Elaine McGue – painting, jewelry||Oberaw Industries – metal art||Sara Pearce / Paper with a Past – notecards, collages, prints|
|Diane Roketenetz – mixed media, paintings||Patti Rulli – painting||Brandi Sanchez – notecards, photography prints, fiber art|
|Grace Severyn – jewelry||Anne Endress Skove – tiny books, knitting||Sound Bite Ts (Lisa Andrews) – foodie tshirts, notecards|
|Sue Ann Spears – ceramics||Kate Spencer – decorative quilts||Debby Staats – jewelry|
|Carole Staples – fiber art||Barbara Streff – serigraphs||Michael Streff – illustrations, prints|
|Barbara Terry – silversmith, jewelry||Karen Trimble-Shell – jewelry||Edna Walker – books|
|Joanie Weidner – mixed media, mini-collages||John Weller – photography||Zeta Wolf – jewelry|
Artists wishing to submit work to be juried for the Art Shop should drop off art samples, minimum of 3 per medium, for review by the Shop Screening Committee, along with the completed Art Shop Application.
The Committee looks for quality and originality in the work from design through production. Jewelry is to be created by the artist either in the setting or in the components or both. Applicants will be notified within two weeks of submission of work.
As a volunteer, your time and talents can be used in many ways: assisting art instructors in classes for youth, helping put on special events, helping with building renovation projects and landscaping, and more. Our calendar is filled with arts exhibits, classes, festivals and concerts, and our volunteers help make them all happen.
Give us some of your time, and you will discover a renewed sense of community.
STUDENT VOLUNTEERS (ages 14-18):
We are currently accepting applications for Summer Art Camp Volunteers. Deadline to apply is April 2, 2021. For more information, please click Student Volunteer Application_Summer Camp_2021.
Kennedy Heights Art Center values our volunteers’ schedules and provides flexible hours to meet everyone’s needs. We have weekday, evening and weekend volunteer opportunities.
and email to our Volunteer Coordinator or mail to:
Kennedy Heights Arts Center
6546 Montgomery Rd.
Cincinnati, OH 45213