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Kennedy Heights Arts Center celebrates its 10th Anniversary.
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  • Latest News

    • About Faith

      March 7 to April 18, KHAC in partnership with the Mayerson JCC will present About Faith featuring work by 9 Jewish women artists. The exhibit is the focal point of a six-week community wide celebration of National Jewish Arts Month, an initiative of the American Guild of Judaic Arts. Learn how you can be a sponsor of About Faith.

    • Register Now for Winter Classes

      Register by Dec. 31 to receive our Early Bird Discount - 10% off tuition!

      classes for kids & teens
      classes for teens & adults

    • We're Growing!

      Kennedy Heights is undergoing a dramatic revitalization. Kennedy Heights Arts Center is partnering with other nonprofits to redevelop an adjacent, former grocery store property. A building that was once a vacant eye-sore will become a vibrant, new cultural center providing a wealth of arts and educational resources for residents of all ages.


    Upcoming Events

    • East Meets West

      Opening Reception
      Saturday, Jan. 17, 6 to 8pm

      An exhibition of the calligraphy and paintings of Frank Yukio Satogata. During the opening event, Satogata will demonstrate the art of big brush Japanese Calligraphy.

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    • Artist Talk with Frank Satogata

      Saturday, February 7 at 2pm

      Frank Yukio Satogata will discuss his work featured in East Meets West and will create calligraphy in performance with a Japanese Taiko group of drummers.


    Current Exhibition

    East Meets West

    Jan. 17 - Feb. 28, 2015
    Opening: Jan. 17, 6-8pm

    The calligraphy and paintings of Frank Yukio Satogata

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