H’art Centre collaborates with qualified, trained community artists to offer programming that promotes the belief that there are no limits to a creative endeavour and that all people – regardless of ability – should be encouraged to participate in the arts. With this as a foundation, they are free to explore what they are capable of achieving individually, in a group, and within the community.
Explore our programs below.
Adults with developmental disabilities reaching for their highest potential through the arts. Artists work in collaboration with trained, professional community artists on projects in Arts, Music, Dance and Theatre.
Bringing professional Canadian artists with disabilities and leaders in the inclusive arts movement to Kingston to share their work, stories, and insights.
A community arts outreach program to ensure all people have access to meaningful arts-based programming. Since 2017, the HAAP program has been providing arts outreach to seniors who live in long-term care homes in Kingston.
MixAbilities is our training program designed to enhance access to the arts by ensuring artists and educators are trained to effectively and empathetically support participants who are Deaf and those with disabilities.
What We're Up To
Check out our latest activities, events, and projects. Find out ways you can get involved!
The public phase of a $30,000 campaign to expand already benefiting from community support ...
H’art Centre is pleased to announce Karen Dolan, its MixAbilities Inclusive Arts Training Program...
It is always a pleasure to get feedback from people who benefit from our programs. Sarah Howard is...
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Contact us today to discuss which program best suits you or the people you serve.
237 Wellington St., Kingston, Ontario, K7K 0B5