Webinars, Info Sessions, and Recordings
January 1, 2024 • Features & News, Grants

See below for upcoming webinars, info sessions, and recordings.

Upcoming Webinars

January 18: Museum Audiences Info Session with CT League of Museums and Wilkening Consulting

Last year, CT Humanities collaborated with several museums across Connecticut to participate in the Annual Survey of Museum-Goers, a national research project on museum audiences fielded by Wilkening Consulting and the American Alliance of Museums. Join Susie Wilkening of Wilkening Consulting on January 18 at 12 p.m. for a virtual session describing the findings of this survey and its impact in Connecticut. These results will equip you to attract more visitors, make the case for increased funding, and keep up with our rapidly evolving environment. In this workshop, you’ll be led through the results for Connecticut, learning more about:

  • Insight into Connecticut museum visitors, including who they are, their motivations, behaviors, and their values
  • Visitation rates and shifts from pre-pandemic to 2023
  • Attitudes towards civics content (especially helpful as we approach America | 250)
  • Connections to humanity via museum content
  • Attitudes towards inclusive content

Registration is required and is free to attend. This program will be recorded. Click here to register.


Our recent grants info sessions and trainings were recorded and can be accessed at the links below.

NEH Grants 101

On September 19, CT Humanities and Connecticut League of History Organizations hosted a webinar with the National Endowment for the Humanities on their granting programs. In this recording, NEH provides an overview on preparing smaller organizations for understanding how to identify the right grant program, steps involved in applying for grants, common forms used in applications, and the NEH review process. Go

NEH Grants for Smaller Organizations

On September 26, CT Humanities and Connecticut League of History Organizations hosted a second webinar with the National Endowment for the Humanities for a deeper dive into specific grant lines. In this recording, NEH focuses on introducing their grant programs that are most accessible to smaller cultural organizations such as Preservation Assistance Grants, Climate Smart, Cultural and Community Resilience, and Public Impact Projects at Smaller Organizations. Go

Grant Writing 101 with CT Humanities

On October 3, CT Humanities presented “Grant Writing 101.” Watch this webinar to review the grant writing process and for general grant writing tips to strengthen your applications to CT Humanities and other funders. Go

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