CCHAP PROJECTS

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CCHAP PROJECTS

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CCHAP PROJECTS

Since its inception in 1991, CCHAP has produced a great variety of folklife and folk arts projects in partnership with Connecticut traditional artists and communities. See selected initiatives here:

Sewing Circle

Beginning in 2007 to encourage production and marketing of traditional crafts among the immigrant communities in the Greater Hartford area and across the state.

MAS CAMP

Mas Camp: Carnival Costumes Summer Youth Employment Program was a partnership between the Exotic One’s Band and the Connecticut Historical Society’s Connecticut Cultural Heritage Arts Program from 2011-2020.

NEW LIVES / NEW ENGLAND

This project highlighted refugee and new immigrant traditional artists now living in Connecticut, Vermont and Maine during 2013-2014.

RADIO FESTIVALS PROJECT

Words and sound were woven together by to create podcasts and audio slide shows during 2008-2009

SOUNDS LIKE HOME

Collaborating with WNPR to record the music and traditions of ethnic Connecticut in 1995.

Current Projects

NEW LIVES / NEW ENGLAND

This project highlighted refugee and new immigrant traditional artists now living in Connecticut, Vermont and Maine during 2013-2014.

RADIO FESTIVALS PROJECT

Words and sound were woven together by to create podcasts and audio slide shows during 2008-2009

SOUNDS LIKE HOME

Collaborating with WNPR to record the music and traditions of ethnic Connecticut in 1995.

Sewing Circle

Beginning in 2007 to encourage production and marketing of traditional crafts among the immigrant communities in the Greater Hartford area and across the state.

MAS CAMP

Mas Camp: Carnival Costumes Summer Youth Employment Program was a partnership between the Exotic One’s Band and the Connecticut Historical Society’s Connecticut Cultural Heritage Arts Program from 2011-2020.

CCHAP Past Projects

Sewing Circle

Sewing Circle

Encouraging the production and marketing of traditional crafts

Beginning in 2007 to encourage production and marketing of traditional crafts among the immigrant communities in the Greater Hartford area and across the state.

MAS CAMP

MAS CAMP

Mas Camp: Carnival Costumes Summer Youth Employment Program was a partnership between the Exotic One’s Band and the Connecticut Historical Society’s Connecticut Cultural Heritage Arts Program from 2011-2020.

NEW LIVES / NEW ENGLAND

NEW LIVES / NEW ENGLAND

This project highlighted refugee and new immigrant traditional artists now living in Connecticut, Vermont and Maine during 2013-2014.

RADIO FESTIVALS PROJECT

RADIO FESTIVALS PROJECT

Words and sound were woven together by to create podcasts and audio slide shows during 2008-2009

SOUNDS LIKE HOME

SOUNDS LIKE HOME

Collaborating with WNPR to record the music and traditions of ethnic Connecticut in 1995.

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