Funding for Connecticut nonprofit humanities and cultural organizations facing financial hardship resulting from COVID-19, funded by the CARES Act via the National Endowment for the Humanities.
This project is a series of discussion-based programs intended to foster intercultural understanding through the arts and humanities. The programs focus on the Russian paradigm as a culture with a historically contentious relationship with America. The programs examine the human consequences of the rapid and traumatic cultural transformation of Russia in the Soviet era, as expressed in the arts and humanities (particularly the novel A Gentleman in Moscow by Amor Towles).
This exhibition (on display April 2018 – December 2018) will highlight tales from the dark side of the clock and watch Industries. The stories will clockmaking’s crimes, criminals, and ethical lapses – told from the vantage point of the timepieces on display.