Connecticut cultural groups seek input from History Organizations

Input from History Organizations Wanted:

The Arts, Culture and Tourism Funding Roadmap Project

In December 2021, representatives of the arts, culture and tourism sectors met in Hartford to discuss their priorities. Now, Connecticut Arts Alliance, Connecticut Humanities, and Connecticut Tourism Coalition are working together to follow up on that convening to advocate for meaningful, reliable, and equitable state funding for these communities.
Join a virtual conversation and give your feedback on how increased and consistent funding in these sectors would benefit your work, your business, or your organization!

Your input will inform both the strategy and the messaging for the 2023 legislative session with the goal of increased funding for all. If you have a connection to the arts, culture, and tourism sector as an artist, volunteer, business owner, non-profit executive, trustee, or some other role entirely, please consider participating. We want to hear from you!

Join the Connecticut Arts Alliance, Connecticut Humanities, and Connecticut Tourism Coalition in a virtual session. RSVP to provide your input and feedback.

Dates & Times:

While participants are encouraged to join the session for their region, all are welcome at any session.

  • Monday, August 1 at 4 PM (Northwest Connecticut & Greater Waterbury)
  • Tuesday, August 2 at 2 PM (Greater New Haven & Greater Hartford)
  • Wednesday, August 3 at 4 PM (Eastern Connecticut & the Shoreline)
  • Thursday, August 4 at 12 PM (Fairfield County)
  • Monday, August 8 at 8 AM (Statewide)
  • Tuesday, August 9 at 4 PM (Western Connecticut)
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Register for a Session

These community conversations are part of The Arts, Culture and Tourism Funding Roadmap project, a partnership of Connecticut Arts AllianceConnecticut Humanities, and Connecticut Tourism Coalition in partnership with regional and statewide arts, culture and tourism organizations.

Written by Judith