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A new normal: virtual H’art Studio

Throughout the shut down, or instructors, administration and communication staff have been working hard behind the scenes. Our goals have been to: connect with every H’art artist, connect them to each other, set a new routine, introduce meaningful activities, and share positive messages with the wider community. Already, artists in our H’art Studio program have…

H’art and Fairmount Home Go Wireless

On December 13, representatives from H’art Centre, Rotary Club of Kingston and Empire Life gathered at Fairmount Home to celebrate the “Go Wireless” pilot project with Fairmount Home’s leaders, recreation staff and residents. Five Smart TV monitors, multiple headsets and a creative resource guide were made availableto Fairmount Home’s recreation staff and are now a…

Exhibit at Windmills on May 4th

I Say I Am Windmills Cafe Exhibit May 4-31 A group of H’art artists will exhibit a series of acrylic paintings at Windmills Café from May 4-31 bringing their original joy-inspiring work and pastiches of celebrated artists with disability to the public. The exhibit focuses on addressing stereotypes about people with disability. Some of the…

Day Camp

H’art is offering a summer day camp just for kids and teens with special needs. Best on Stage is designed for youth aged 7-15. Day campers will learn to let their best self shine while they explore theatre, dance and music activities in the The Box, an award-winning, fully-accessible downtown performing arts space at H’art…