The Connecticut League of History Organizations and CT Humanities are pleased to announce our spring workshop series. As we begin to see light at the end of the pandemic tunnel, we’re focusing our attention on how to take what we’ve learned during COVID and incorporate it into the work we do going forward.
Beginning this month, we’ll be launching a series of virtual programs designed to help you navigate this road ahead, with advice and tips from your colleagues in the Connecticut history community. In addition to sharing what we’ve learned here at the League, we’ll be showcasing some of the innovative work that’s been going on around the state and offering you a chance to ask questions and share your experiences.
Workshop topics will include:
- Virtual Programs (March 16 at 1 p.m.)
- Online Exhibitions (March 23 at 2 p.m.)
- Fundraising (TBD)
- Virtual Tours (TBD)
- Videos (TBD)
Workshops will each be 90 minutes and will take place on Zoom. The cost is $5 for CLHO members and $15 for nonmembers. CCSU Public History students receive free admission.
More information will be available on the CLHO website shortly. We look forward to having you join us!
These programs have been designed to support work in the Audience, Interpretation, Collections and Management units of the American Association for State & Local History’s STEPS program. Click here to learn more about StEPs and here to learn more about the CLHO and CT Humanities’ StEPs-CT program. Plans are being developed for a third StEPs-CT class, so stay tuned.