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  • AWI Pathways Youth Summer Arts Experience Pilot Program

    The CT Office of the Arts (COA) is proud to announce AWI Pathways, a programmatic extension of the Arts Workforce Initiative.  AWI Pathways will support Connecticut youth who are negatively impacted by the justice system.  During summer 2022, COA and Career  Resources, Inc. (CRI) - a statewide leader in workforce development and reentry services - will collaborate on the AWI Pathways - Youth Summer Arts Experience program to give justice-impacted children (aged 16-18) the opportunity to explore traditional and non-traditional jobs in the arts. This pilot project will serve residents and arts organizations in Bridgeport.

  • CT Summer at the Museum

    The CT Office of the Arts (COA) is honored to partner with Connecticut Humanities again to offer the 2022 CT Summer at the Museum Initiative.

    These grants are being made available to not-for-profit Connecticut Museums to facilitate free admission for all Connecticut children aged 18 and under and one adult caregiver between July 1, 2022 and September 5, 2022.

    For more information, visit CT Humanities' website.


    For-profit museums are also eligible to apply for funding from this program.  Funding for for-profit museums will be administered by the Department of Economic & Community Development/CT Office of the Arts.  Information and applications will be available by June 1 at

    The Department of Economic and Community Development/Office of the Arts, in partnership with the Office of the Governor, Connecticut State Department of Education, Office of Early Childhood and Connecticut Humanities, is delivering financially accessible summer enrichment opportunities, including the CT Summer at the Museum Initiative, to families and children of all ages using funding provided through ARPA (American Rescue Plan Act).

    Agency: CT Humanities
  • The Artist Hub

    The Artist Hub CT is for practicing and aspiring Teaching Artists to network and share experiences through workshops, panel discussions, observations, coaching, symposiums, mentorship & more.

  • The Talking Artists Conversation Series

    The Talking Artists is a conversation series for creatives that focuses on artistic enrichment and community development through various topics and featured guests.

  • Solidarity Statement from the Connecticut Office of the Arts and the Connecticut Arts Council

    This Solidarity Statement was created and approved by the members of Connecticut Arts Council and the staff of the Connecticut Office of the Arts.

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