CCHAP Projects

Over its twenty-five years, 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 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

    Since 2011, CCHAP has partnered with the Connecticut Caribbean International Carnival Association to train Hartford youth in Carnival traditions central to their ethnic background.

  • New Lives / New England New Lives / New England

    This project highlights refugee and new immigrant traditional artists now living in Connecticut, Vermont and Maine.

  • Radio Festivals Project Radio Festivals Project

    Words and sound were woven together by to create podcasts and audio slide shows.

  • Sounds Like Home Sounds Like Home

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

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