Subject: From The Director's Desk: CT Museum Grants

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The Department of Economic and Community Development's Connecticut Office of the Arts is honored to partner with CT Humanities again to offer the 2022 Connecticut Summer at the Museum grant program.

Grants are being made available to non-profit and for-profit Connecticut museums to facilitate free admission for all Connecticut children aged 18 and under and one adult caregiver between July 1 and September 5, 2022.

Funding for non-profit museums is being administered by CT Humanities. Please go to CT Humanities' website for information and to apply.

For-profit museums are eligible to apply for this funding. For-profit museums should click the links below for more information.

Program Overview
How to Apply & the Application
Important Dates
Frequently Asked Questions


For-profit museums: Email and/or at the CT Office of the Arts

Non-profit museums: Email at CT Humanities

Are you interested in participating in this free admission initiative but don’t want to apply for funding?

You are invited to join the listing of organizations with free admission that will be promoted on Connecticut's official tourism website

Please note that this registration link is only for organizations that will be free this summer but are not applying for a CT Summer at the Museum grant.

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

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