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Kennedy Heights Arts Center is celebrating its 10th anniversary!
View the video documenting our first ten years.

  • Latest News

    • Register Now for Fall Classes

      Registration is now open for a range of art classes for youth and adults, including drawing, acrylic painting, photography, drumming and more. 

      classes for youth
      classes for adults

    • 2014-2015 Gallery Internship

      We are now accepting applications for a Gallery Intern for the 2014-2015 academic year.

    • 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

    • Planting the Seed: KHAC Faculty Show

      Artists Talk
      Saturday, Sept. 20 at 1pm

      Featured artists Cedric Michael Cox, Natalie Hager, Robin Hartmann, Paul Loehle and Karen Saunders will share about the inspiration and process behind their work.

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    • Postal pARTners
      Sunday, Sept. 14 at Second Sunday on Main
      Saturday, Sept. 20 at Findlay Market
      Saturday, Oct. 4 at Findlay Market
      Saturday, Oct. 11 at District A Festival
      Saturday, Oct. 18 at Findlay Market

      Who doesn’t love getting a postcard ? Especially when it’s a hand-made piece of art!

    • The Art of Spontaneity

      HA!MAN with Joke Debaere
      Thursday, Oct. 2 at 7:30pm

      Performance including cello, spoken word, keyboard, sound tracks, recorder, ocarina, noseflute and voice. Suggested donation $10-15.


    Current Exhibition

    Planting the Seed: KHAC Faculty Show

    Aug 23 – Sept 27, 2014
    Opening: August 23, 6-9pm

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