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H’art Studio’s Fall 2020 Programming

Today, we are pleased to announce the details of our Fall 2020 H’art Studio programming. The Fall session, which we are calling Season of Solos, will include visual arts, music, and dance workshops on the theme of “inspiration”. The new session begins on September 8th and will run until mid-December 2020. H’art Studio artists will…

A Message From The Founder: Our Phased Return

This has been a challenging time and the COVID-19 pandemic has had a profound effect on all of us. As most of Ontario is now entering Stage 3 of the Framework for Reopening Our Province, we wanted to thank you for supporting H’art Centre during this time of uncertainty and to let you know everything that we have been doing as an…

Your peek into Zoom workshops

Although our doors are closed, our programming has not stopped. We have adapted our programming to a new virtual space. Every day, instructors and guest artists work to prepare assignments, communicate our schedule and plans, and encourage artists on their creative journey. These workshops are open to all registered H’art Studio artists. If you are a registered…

Seniors to Get “A Day Away”

Today, H’art Centre announced that it will expand a popular summer pilot project for seniors into a new arts program called A Day Away thanks to a grant provided by the Government of Ontario’s Seniors Community Grant Program. What started as a short summer music experience has now evolved into A Day Away, four six-week…

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Elizabeth Morris brings the laughs to H’art

H’art Centre was pleased to present Elizabeth Morris’ Face & Body Drama workshop and her One-Woman Show as part of Able Artists last month. Filled to capacity, the workshop got us on our feet and focused on our facial expressions. Jam-packed with audience participation, her One-Woman show didn’t disappoint. Able Artists is our ongoing series of talks,…

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New project in development

Baboo: Missing in History   The Ontario Arts Council is supporting our research on the largely unknown life of Sir. John A. MacDonald’s daughter Mary who was born with hydrocephalus. His daughter, who he affectionately called “Baboo”, has a story to tell and H’art participants will bring it to life. While completing the research and development,…

Creole Choir of Cuba Workshop September 9th

H’ART OFFERS KINGSTON GROUPS A CHANCE TO MIX AND MINGLE WITH CREOLE CHOIR OF CUBA WORKSHOP TO HIGHLIGHT THE BOX’S COMMUNITY OUTREACH POTENTIAL H’art Centre invites community organizations that serve marginalized groups to join them at a workshop delivered by the Creole Choir of Cuba on Monday, September 9th from 10-11:30 a.m in The Box,…

Newton & Alice Book Available Now!

H’art Writers and Illustrators Launch New Book   We are pleased to announce you can now order your copies of the Newton & Alice book. This book was a major undertaking and it took more than four months to complete. The writers and artists were engaged in a creative process that involved explorative questioning, journaling, free-association and…