Mission Statement

Using the performing arts to educate Kansas City about the power of public policy

Vision Statement

Transform Kansas City into a hub for arts advocacy


Making Public Policy accessible
Advancing Kc's Cultural Identity
We aim to use performance art for social change, meet the needs of affected communities, & make public policy accessible for all audiences. 

HE[ART]LAND programming is designed to enrich the practice of early-career artists, infuse creativity into young leaders, and facilitate intergenerational learning all through a lens of arts politics. 

By maximizing its central location, we form local and national partnerships, participate in the creative economy, and attempt to re-energize Kansas City's cultural narrative.
Supporting Kansas City artists

Board of Directors

Meet our
Logan Myles Stacer

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Logan Myles Stacer is a Kansas City native with a desire to cultivate the community that raised him. Beginning his career as an artist at 14 and teacher at 19, he has worked with middle school, high school, PhD and professional artists in California, Kansas City, New York, and Atlanta. He is a national champion winning public speaker, was a keynote speaker at the 2020 Access for All Conference, and his debut play, JAZZ DISTRICT, was produced by Kansas State University's Ebony Theatre. 

Logan holds a bachelor's degree from Kansas State University, a master's degree in Art and Public Policy from New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts, and has received further training from the #BARS workshop at the New York Public Theatre, the Upright Citizens Brigade Training Center, and from the Broadway Advocacy Coalition. 

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