Book and film discussions, community conversations, exhibitions, performances and more…all part of our Connecticut at Work initiative.
Join our year-long conversation on work life in Connecticut as it travels across the state through the end of 2014. First, get the national story with The Way We Worked, an exhibition created by the Smithsonian Institution that draws on the National Archives’ rich photographic collections to document 130 years of changing work life in America. The Way We Worked visits seven locations: New Haven Free Public Library, Warner Theatre (Torrington), Hartford Public Library, Mattatuck Museum (Waterbury), Nathan Hale Homestead (Coventry), Stamford Museum & Nature Center, and Groton Public Library.
Add a local focus with more programs, including exhibitions, book discussions, author talks, films and performance, many created by Connecticut Humanities especially for Connecticut at Work and offered by our regional partners.
Head over to the Connecticut at Work section of our website for more.