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Get ready for some great local jazz on Thursday, July 16 when the Cincinnati Public Schools Jazz Academy livestreams a performance from the Kennedy Heights Arts Center. CPS Arts Curriculum Manager and Director of the Jazz Academy Dr. Isidore Rudnick arranges and conducts and joins Elaine Diehl for more details on the performance. To view, visit the CPS YouTube page.

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Bringing the art and voices of the people of Lebanon to the Queen City, the Kennedy Heights Arts Center is teaming with SOS Art for both an exhibit and festival in the coming weeks. Elaine Diehl welcomes Saad Ghosen (SOS Art) and Mallory Feltz (KHAC) into the studio to discuss Lebanon, the exhibit (which has a public opening reception on September 21) and festival (happening on October 5).

Award-winning photographer Gordon Baer -- whose work appeared in Life, Time, Newsweek, People, National Geographic, The New York TimesLondon Daily Mail and other publications -- has died at age 78.

Jazz in the Heights, a summer concert series benefiting the Kennedy Heights Arts Center, continues Saturday, August 4th, with a concert by jazz trumpeter Terell Stafford along with the Dan Karlsberg Trio.

The annual Clay Alliance Holiday Pottery Fair, featuring local ceramic artists who exhibit regionally and nationally, has found a new home for 2017. 

Saad Ghosn, founder of SOS Art, is curating the current exhibit at the Kennedy Heights Arts Center, Voices from Oaxaca, Social and Cultural Reflections

Kennedy Heights is getting ready to celebrate. After nearly six years of planning and construction, the Cincinnati neighborhood is holding the official grand opening of the new Kennedy Heights Cultural Campus next weekend, complete with a ribbon cutting, parade and festival.

To help celebrate National Jewish Arts Month, the Kennedy Heights Arts Center will present the exhibit About Faith, opening March 7. Beth Goldstein is a participating artist and curator of this exhibit, and she’s with our Anne Arenstein to talk about the artists and art showcased in this exhibit.

The Kennedy Heights Arts Center is celebrating its 10th anniversary with a call to artists for a very special upcoming exhibition. The center’s director, Ellen Muse-Lindeman, joins Jane Durrell with details on the history of the center and plans for this unique exhibition.