Heartland university

Beginning July 2022, Heartland Arts KC is hosting a series of performance arts masterclasses focused on craft development being taught by artists from around the country.

Enroll for classes here!

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2022 Heartland Fellowship

The 2022 HE[ART]LAND Fellowship is a 12-week workshop that will run from February to May. Over the course of the fellowship, the selected artists will combine their expertise of their respective mediums to address needs identified by community partners in the Kansas City area. 


Arts Advocacy Exchange

The HE[ART]LAND Arts Advocacy Exchange program takes early-career Kansas City area artists to different cities around the country to collaborate with local artists to raise awareness of issues unique to each location.

Assembly of Change

Atlanta, Georgia February 2020

HE[ART]LAND, in collaboration with The ACLU of Georgia, The New Georgia Project, AVANTGARTE, and GA State Representative Kim Schofield, put artists from Kansas City and Atlanta in conversation with policy experts, advocates, and community members to raise awareness about and fight against voter suppression.


Over the course of 3 days, we registered voters, learned about public policy from experts, wrote and performed a 30 minute sketch show specifically about voter suppression, and screened the documentary Suppressed: The Right to Vote.

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He[art]land Stories

HE[ART]LAND  stories creates opportunities for local artists to form partnerships with organizations looking to produce original content. 

Kansas Theatre Works

Kansas State University
February, 2021

For Black History Month, HE[ART]LAND founder Logan Myles Stacer partnered with Kansas State University's Ebony Theatre to write the play JAZZ DISTRICT for Kansas Theatre Works' Black History Month production.

The play is available to listen here.

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