Call for Programs & Events

CALL FOR PROGRAMS (Deadline September 1, 2014)

If your organization is planning, or has already planned, an event, activity or program related to the topic of work anytime from September to December 2014, we would like to highlight it in the publicity that will be surrounding the exhibit.

Programming Partners Sought

  • Arts, Culture and Heritage Organizations
  • Businesses/Chambers of Commerce
  • Military
  • Educational Institutions
  • Tribal Nations
  • Government Offices

Types of Programs Sought

  • Visual Art Exhibitions
  • Lectures
  • Discussions
  • Performances
  • Tours/Walking Tours
  • Region specific “work-related” new programming
  • Current programming with an additional focus on the theme of “work”
  • Films
  • Venues/Organizations to host CT Humanities created programs (For available programs, SECT Overview. Funding Available.)

Suggested themes for programming include: diversity in the workforce, immigration, the creative economy, defense industry and the military, unusual jobs, professions, economic inequality in the workforce, the maritime industry, 21st century workforce, career exploration for students, the human library, art “works,” the agricultural industry, creating new work, public service, life after work, work and play.

Or, are you looking for a program that is ready to go? Choose from a selection of high-quality programs developed by CT Humanities staff such as book- and film-based discussions, author talks, community conversations and more. Download the Connecticut at Work Resource Guide (Rev Mar-2014).

Please submit your events by September 1, 2014 on the form found here: CT at Work Program Submission Form.  We look forward to working with you to help promote all of the many exciting events taking place in our region.

The Groton Public Library, in conjunction with the Southeastern CT Cultural Coalition, is reaching out to organizations and businesses to bring a wide variety of work-related programming to our region from September through December, 2014.

Please contact Betty Anne Reiter at the Groton Public Library ( or Wendy Bury at SCCC ( for more information.