Through the CT Cultural Fund, CT Humanities has awarded $16M in operating support grants to 624 arts and humanities organizations across Connecticut. An additional $3M has been awarded to statewide-focused partners that will work to strengthen and sustain these organizations, make digital resources more accessible to and representative of our communities, and connect our students and educators to museums, civics programming, and cultural events.
Below you will find links to data stories we have created to share more about the cultural, humanities, and arts sector in Connecticut and to give a sense of how the pandemic has affected our state. Follow this link for Organizational Comparison Data Sheets.
Based on information provided by the 624 grantees as part of our 2021 CT Cultural Census, these data stories serve as a snapshot of our last two years. CT Humanities will continue to collect, analyze, and report data over the next two years and hope to demonstrate our path to recovery, especially as we plant the seeds for celebrating America’s 250th in 2026!
Our work on the CT Cultural Fund would not be possible without the support of the Connecticut General Assembly in collaboration of the CT Office of the Arts. Our public-private partnership has been effective and efficient and enthusiastically received by our grantees and their communities.
For more information, contact Aimee Cotton Bogush, Manager of Communications & Engagement | 860-937-6648 | email@example.com.
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Organizational Comparison Data Sheets for Cultural Organizations
To review the Organizational Comparison Data Sheets created using the data collected through this grant program, visit Organizational Comparison Data Sheets. These data sheets allow organizations to see how they compare to a typical organization in the same organization type, budget, or staff size.
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