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 in helping to promote environmentally friendly practices throughout museum operations. Each member of the committee has big dreams for what CHS can do within its everyday business practices, as well as what CHS can contribute to the local ecosystem where our building
The Connecticut Cultural Heritage Arts Program (CCHAP) at the Connecticut Historical Society (CHS) announces the participants in the 2020-2021 Southern New England Apprenticeship program for traditional arts. Now in its 23rd year, this program provides funding for mentor artists to intensively teach their expertise in a traditional art form to a student apprentice over 10 months.