CT Humanities Awards $199,174 to Nine Connecticut Organizations
January 31, 2020 • CTH Funded, Features & News

CT Humanities recently awarded $199,174 to nine Connecticut organizations for applications submitted at the November 1, 2019 deadline for the Capacity, Implementation, Planning, and Partnership grant lines to support initiatives and programs in the humanities.

Congratulations to the following: Russell Library Company (Middletown, $9,800), Future-Ready for Middletown: A Strategic Planning Process for the Russell Library; Silvermine Guild of Artists, Inc. (New Canaan, $25,000), The Golden Door: Exploring the American Experience of Immigration and Migration; Norwalk Historical Society (Norwalk, $35,000), Norwalk’s Changing Communities Before 1835: An Exhibition That Explores the Norwalk Community; Lockwood-Mathews Mansion Museum (Norwalk, $20,000), Health, Healing, & Addiction in 19th Century America; Connecticut Forum, Inc. (Hartford, $25,000), Debating Immigration; The Barnum Museum (Bridgeport, $24,999), Creating the Online Exhibition, New Ways to Face History: An Egyptian Mummy and Coffin Reveal Their Stories; New Haven International Festival of Arts & Ideas (New Haven, $25,000), International Festival of Arts & Ideas – IDEAS on Democracy; Litchfield Historical Society (Litchfield, $25,000), “To Come to a Land of Milk and Honey”: Litchfield and the Connecticut Western Reserve; Elizabeth Park Conservancy (West Hartford, $9,375), Preparing Historical and Humanities Content for the New Elizabeth Park Visitors’ Center.

The next deadline for these grant lines is April 3, 2020. For more information, visit cthumanities.org/grants.

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