Beginning Th. Sept. 28th Hartford History Lectures | Thursdays and Saturdays in Sept./Oct.

Fri. Sept. 29th Art Opening | The Elements in the Mallett Gallery 4:00pm

Tues. Oct. 24th Visiting Playwright | Quiara Alegria Hudes (Water By the Spoonful, In the Heights) Meet Quiara (at Capital), Reception (Christ Cathedral), Conversation (Hartford Stage)

Tues. Oct. 31st: Meet the Actors | Pride and Prejudice in the Community Room 12:00pm

Thurs. Feb. 8th: Pennington Lecture | Eddie Glaude at the Wadsworth 5:00-7:00pm

Tues. Mar. 19th: Meet the Actors | The Hot Wing King in the Community Room 12:00pm

Ongoing: Hartford’s Black Heroes Trail | CT State Capital honors Thirman L. Milner, former Mayor of Hartford


Jeffrey Partridge, Director
[email protected]
(860) 906-5191


The Hartford Heritage Project is a place-based education initiative that incorporates our community into the curriculum. Museums, historical societies, parks, community centers, care facilities, local businesses, government agencies, and other valuable local resources become an extension of our classroom.





Fall 2023 classes are running! Hartford Heritage Project will offering specialized immersion classes again in Spring on-ground with our partners including the Wadsworth Atheneum, the Old State House, Hartford Stage, and more. To search classes by term at CT State Capital, click here.


Yuna Dai, March 20, 2023

Trinity Health Center for Hartford Engagement and Research Blog, Researching Inclusive Museums in the Liberal Arts Action Lab

Aliyah Freeman-Johnson, January 5, 2023

Trinity Health Blog, Studying Black Heritage in the Liberal Arts Action Lab

Jacob Graff, September 28, 2022

Capital Student News, Hartford Heritage Project Launches first annual Pennington Lecture

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Funding for The Hartford Heritage Project is generously provided by CT Humanities, the CCC Foundation, and the Hartford Foundation for Public Giving.

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