Cultural Connections- Directory
Your Directory to arts and culture in Southeastern CT
Cuatro PuntosCreative Ground Website
Cuatro Puntos is dedicated to intercultural dialogue and universal access through the performance, writing, and teaching of music. Programs: Music Moves Connecticut street choirs, concert series, arts integration workshops in schools.
Custom House Maritime Museum - New London Maritime SocietyWebsite
New London Maritime Society's mission is to protect and preserve New London's Custom House and three area lighthouses, and to promote, interpret, and celebrate the maritime life & history of the port of New London through museum exhibitions, educational programs, and preservation initiatives.
Denison Homestead MuseumWebsite
Home to generations of Denisons, this historic manor house built in 1717, was restored and converted into a museum that features five distinctly furnished rooms that reflect different periods of American history.
Denison Pequotsepos Nature CenterWebsite
DPNC provides visitors the opportunity to experience nature first hand, whether on 10 miles of trails, or in the natural history museum that introduces visitors to the unique habitats and wildlife of southeastern Connecticut featuring live exhibits including birds of prey.
East Lyme Historical SocietyWebsite
Founded in 1897 this Society has owned and cared for the Thomas Lee House since 1914. It is the oldest wood frame house in Connecticut still in its primitive state. The Society sponsors programs for all ages throughout the year.
East Lyme Public Trust FoundationWebsite
The Foundation supports the Boardwalk in East Lyme and other projects in the community.
Eastern Connecticut BalletWebsite
Eastern Connecticut Ballet (ECB) is the home of classical ballet training in the heart of southeastern Connecticut. Celebrating twenty-five years, ECB offers the highest caliber instruction and performance opportunities, challenging students to reach their full potential as dancers and artists.
Eastern Connecticut Center for History, Art and PerformanceCreative Ground Website
EC-CHAP is a member-based 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization representing an important cultural resource serving communities and visitors to Eastern CT.
Eastern Connecticut Symphony ChorusWebsite
The Eastern Connecticut Symphony Chorus, a subsidiary of the Eastern Connecticut Symphony Orchestra, is comprised of approximately 80 auditioned singers. The ensemble presents classical works by Beethoven, Mozart, Haydn, Mendelssohn and many other major and contemporary composers.
Eastern Connecticut Symphony OrchestraWebsite
The mission of the Eastern Connecticut Symphony Orchestra is to inspire, educate, and connect our communities through live orchestral music. Since 1946, the ECSO has been dedicated to presenting amazing performances on and off stage in our community.
Edward and Mary Lord FoundationWebsite
We are a private non-profit located in Norwich, Ct with a Mission of giving financial support to 501 (c) (3) organizations located in New London County. Our Mission is limited to organizations who offer support to elderly people, children, community health care and the arts.
Emerson Theater CollaborativeCreative Ground Website
ETC’s mission is to serve youth, under-represented communities and artists with an emphasis on diversity, equity and inclusion by producing innovative and exhilarating theater in Southeastern Connecticut and Sedona Arizona.
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