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Our Green Commitment

April 23, 2021 · CHS Buzz, Uncategorized

By: Kate Schramm & Tasha Caswell  One of the great things about working at CHS is the organization’s commitment to the legacy of the past, as well as paying attention to the legacy we are leaving to the future. The CHS Green Committee is made up of a rotating group of members who are interested…
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Welcome, Traditional Arts Apprenticeship Teams!

September 8, 2020 · Collections

Meet the 2020-2021 teams in the Southern New England Apprenticeship Program for traditional arts!

young people in Albanian dance costume pose with man in blue shirt

Welcome, 2019-2020 Apprenticeship Teams!

January 16, 2020 · Collections

To support the learning of living cultural heritage, the Connecticut Cultural Heritage Arts Program announces its 2019-2020 grant recipients.

Sabrina helps out with facepainting at Dia de los Muertos at CHS

A Rewarding Autumn at the Historical Society

December 28, 2018 · CCHAP

“The collaborative attitude CHS held created a great bond among its workers, which makes volunteers like me want to work even harder for the CHS – not because the school demanded me to do so, but because I fell in love with the community.”

Trinity College students at Mas Exhibit at CHS

Arts in Action

December 22, 2018 · CCHAP

“One main thing that I can take away from my time volunteering with CCHAP is that it really is important and fulfilling to be involved in the community. Every single person has a story to tell about how they grew up and how their culture influences their daily living.”

2018-2019 Southern New England Apprenticeship Program

December 13, 2018 · CCHAP, CHS Buzz, Latest News

The Connecticut Cultural Heritage Arts Program at the Connecticut Historical Society is pleased to announce the 2018-2019 grant recipients for the Southern New England Apprenticeship Program. These grants support skilled traditional artists and craftspeople to intensive teach their expertise to a student apprentice, recognizing that Connecticut, Massachusetts, and Rhode Island share many ethnic and occupational…
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