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Opening: The Earth Without Art is just Eh!

Keith Bowers
2-4 p.m., Saturday April 27 | Free.

 Without art, the world around us would be a dull place. Art and its expression make the earth a more interesting, beautiful, creative and exciting place! Join the KHAC for their 6th annual Student Art Show, featuring work from students, grades K-12, from schools all around the city.



Where: Kennedy Heights Arts Center
Phone: 513-631-4278
Address: 6546 Montgomery Road
Website: www.kennedyarts.com

Kennedy Heights Arts Center

6546 Montgomery Road
Cincinnati, Ohio
45213
 
Hosts a variety of exhibitions and features an ongoing Arts Talk series. Also offers art classes.
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