Lunch and Learn: The Neurocolorline — Locating Black Autism and Black Neurodivergence in the Archives
In this lunchtime talk, Dr. Paulin will talk about how the history of anti-black racism and ableism in the U.S. erases both the past and contemporary experiences of Black neurodivergence.
Short Attention Span Literary Club
This month, we discuss “A Contract Overseas," by Filipina-American author Mia Alvar.
Free First Saturday
Enjoy Free First Weekend at the CMCH! Free First Saturday includes admission to the Museum galleries all day. Please note that free admission does not include the Waterman Research Center.
Inspire Center – New Theme!
The Inspire Center brings history and problem-solving together in a hands-on creative space for visitors of all ages! May's challenge is to invent a new and improved way to garden!
Family Program: On the Move
Have you ever moved from one place to another? Explore our newest exhibition Journeys 旅途: Boys of the Chinese Educational Mission, look through suitcases full of historic toys, clothing, and household items, and complete a related craft.
Free First Sunday
Enjoy Free First Weekend at the CMCH! Free First Sunday includes admission to the Museum galleries all day. Please note, the Waterman Research Center is closed on Sunday.
Date Night: Play the Bicycle Game!
Getting bored with run-of-the-mill date nights? Sure, dinner and a movie is fine….but we’ve got something different.
The June Archer School of Arts: Interactive Musical Exhibit and Panel Discussion (SOLD OUT!)
UPDATE! This ticketed event is now sold out. Join the CMCH and the June Archer School of Arts for a history of urban arts and entertainment!
Journeys 旅途 : Boys of the Chinese Educational Mission Gallery Talk
Drop in to learn more about the stories shared in Journeys 旅途 : Boys of the Chinese Educational Mission.
Heritage Roots in Connecticut
Food is a love language in many Asian American households. In celebration of Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month, we are honoring this deep-rooted connection by centering the voices of aunts and grandmothers on what they cultivate and how it connects them to their past.