A PLACE FOR EVERYONE'S IMAGINATION TO GROW
Call for ProposalsHelp us celebrate Kennedy Heights Arts Center's 10th Anniversary! We invite artists of all kinds to create projects which embody the mission of KHAC to be presented in September.
We are excited to welcome playwright/director Tony Dallas as our 2014 Ohio Arts Council Artist-in-Residence. From March 22 to May 5, Tony will be leading groups of all ages in telling and sharing our stories, culminating in a community performance. Participation is free, but registration is required.
Registration is open for 2014 Summer Art Camps! Register by April 12 to receive our early-bird discount of 10% off camp tuition.
Kennedy Heights Arts Center is accepting proposals for solo, group and curated exhibitions to be included in our 2015 gallery season.
Now accepting entries in all media for our summer juried art exhibition, Splash. Deadline April 29.
Opening ReceptionSaturday, March 8, 6 to 8pm
In celebration of National Women's History Month, KHAC presents a group exhibition of collaborative art books created by members of Art4Artists and local teen girls.
International Women's Day ConcertSunday, March 9 at 4pm - SOLD OUTCornerstone Missionary Baptist Church
Join us for a special concert by MUSE Women's Choir presented in conjunction with our WomenWorkBooks exhibition. The concert will be held at Cornerstone Baptist Church, 6601 Montgomery Rd., with a reception following at Kennedy Heights Arts Center. This concert is SOLD OUT, but there are still tickets available for MUSE's concert on Saturday, March 8. Visit musechoir.org for more information.
Sunday, March 16 at 2pmPleasant Ridge Presbyterian Church, 5950 Montgomery Rd.
KHAC is pleased to host a free community performance of Cincinnati Shakespeare Company's Romeo and Juliet.
Bridging and Bonding: Creating Engaged CommunitiesWednesday, March 19, 6:30 - 8pm
How do we interact with each other in the midst of rapidly changing technology and economic conditions? Kennedy Heights Arts Center is partnering with the National Issues Forums Institute to lead a community forum on Bridging and Bonding: How Can We Create Engaged Communities in a Time of Rapid Change?
Saturday, March 226 to 8pmJoin us as we welcome Tony Dallas, our 2014 Ohio Arts Council Artist-in-Residence. Meet Tony and hear more about the community story theatre he'll be leading.
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