Current Projects and Supporters

H’art Centre works to provide artists with disabilities and those facing barriers with opportunities to create, study and produce works in the arts and collaborate with qualified, trained community artists. We often hit the headlines when we have a major production in the works but we regularly respond to the needs in our community through different types of projects.

Here you can learn more about these projects and the community partners who are making an impact.

$22,200 Grant Supports H’art Centre’s Outreach Workshops in The Mix

$22,200 Grant Supports H’art Centre’s Outreach Workshops in The Mix

Kingston, ON – In May 2022, H’art Centre received a $22,200 grant from the Ontario Trillium Foundation’s (OTF) Resilient Communities Fund. This 9-month grant will support H’art Centre’s recovery from the impacts of COVID-19 by supporting the organization’s art...

Call for Submissions – Connecting Canadians: Freshwater

Call for Submissions – Connecting Canadians: Freshwater

Call for Submissions Connecting Canadians: Freshwater National Exhibit The Mix Gallery at H'art Centre This year, H’art Centre has partnered with the Marine Museum of the Great Lakes at Kingston to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Great Lakes Water Quality...

Filming wraps on “Water”

Filming wraps on “Water”

H'art Centre has wrapped filming on a new special production, "Water". Eight H'art Studio performers star in this filmed movement piece that reflects on the purpose of freshwater and how it can strengthen our human purpose to connect to our surroundings. "Water" will...

New partnership with the Marine Museum of the Great Lakes at Kingston

New partnership with the Marine Museum of the Great Lakes at Kingston

On April 15, H'art Centre and the Marine Museum of the Great Lakes at Kingston announced a new partnership to commemorate the 50th Anniversary of the Great Lakes Water Quality Agreement (15 April 1972) between Canada and the US. This partnership is an opportunity for...

H’art announces 2022 Season

H'art Centre announced that a unique mix of artistic, educational, and environmental workshops, a partnership, exhibitions, and exhibits will be held under the umbrella of its 2022 Season. This year’s edition includes a set of creative initiatives and events that will...

Big changes for MixAbilities in 2022

H'art's MixAbilities Inclusive Arts Training Program is evolving again! The six-module program, designed to enhance access to the arts by ensuring artists and educators are trained to effectively and empathetically support artist-participants who are Deaf and those...

$42,300 OTF Grant Supports Virtual and On-Site Programming

Kingston, ON - In 2021, H’art Centre received a $42,300 grant from the Government of Ontario’s Community Building Fund - Operating stream. This grant, delivered by the Ontario Trillium Foundation, will allow H’art Centre to hire staff, continue operating its facility,...

Current Project: MixAbilities Inaugural

Current Project: MixAbilities Inaugural

Thanks to the MixAbilities "Inaugural" Project, H'art will invite 10 community artists to complete our MixAbilities Inclusive Arts Training, including a practicum option, and explore our online best practices. We will further build our roster of community artists...

CURRENT PROJECT: Finding Good

CURRENT PROJECT: Finding Good

H'art Centre is launching a new season and plans for monthly art projects under the slogan, “Finding Good”. “People have been isolated, missing friends and loved ones, feeling bored, tired, stuck, and out of shape,” said Katherine Porter, Executive Director of H’art...

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For more than 20 years, H’art Centre has been creating art projects to engage and include the community. From here, you can explore our major activities and productions that were supported by donors just like you.

H’art Centre is located below Good Life Fitness. The building’s main entrance is off of Barrack Street. Wheelchair access and audience access to THE BOX inclusive performing arts space is available through the entrance on Wellington Street.

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