A fter six years of planning, the long-awaited Kennedy Heights Cultural Campus at Kennedy Avenue and Montgomery Road opened on August 28th 2015. The event marked one of greater Cincinnati’s most dramatic revitalizations as the formerly derelict building, which once housed a Kroger, will open its doors as a destination for exploring and experiencing creative expres-sion. Among its occupants are the Kennedy Heights Arts Center’s Carl, Robert, Richard, and Dorothy Lindner Annex and the Kennedy Heights Montessori Center.

The Kennedy Heights Montessori Center relocated and expanded their award-winning, not-for-profit parent cooperative school that educates 2 to 6 year olds with the core values of Diversity, Respect, Peace, Relationships, Honesty, and Compassion. Call 513–631–8135 or visit for more information.

KHAC’s Lindner Annex includes a multi-purpose space for dance, theatre and music classes and performances, as well as private events; Scripps Howard Media Center offers arts education programs in video, photography, animation, website design and graphic design; a small gallery, and ten individual artist studios. For more information, please visit: or call 513–631–4278.

Follow the journey of the Cultural Campus going from a dream to reality!

History article 1

History article 2

Remarks from Ernie Barbeau at the Groundbreaking


Remarks From Mike Harmon at the Ribbon Cutting

Photo album from the Ribbon Cutting

Photo album from the Arts Parade & Festival

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