Offsite Partnerships

Offsite Partnerships

Charter Oak’s nationally-recognized Youth Arts Institute is made possible by collaborating with over a dozen institutions and organizations across Hartford and through the generosity of a diverse community of sponsors. We recognize and celebrate them here. 

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Shared Ability Arts

Taken from a segregated classroom, these students with multiple and severe disabilities meet weekly to dance and create artwork, and are paired with their typically developing peers.Classes are held with a physical therapist present, so students are able to stand with assistance and special equipment.

Youth Arts Institute Sponsors

Aetna

P.K. and Phoebe Allen

Bank of America Charitable Foundation

The Barnes Foundation, Inc.

Russell Bell and Rachel Gates-Bell

J. Walton Bissell Foundation, Inc.

James Brodey

Celeste Polley Burns

Christ Church Cathedral

City of Hartford – Grants Management

Adam Cohen

Common Sense Fund

Creative Music Center

Barbara O. David

Episcopal Diocese of Connecticut

The Fund for Greater Hartford

Tiffany Glanville

Ellen Jeanne Goldfarb Memorial Charitable Trust

Ellen Jeanne Goldfarb Memorial Fund

Francine and Robert Goldfarb

Greater Hartford Arts Council

The Gryphon Fund

The Hartford Financial Services Group Inc.

Hartford Foundation for Public Giving

Elwyn V. Harp

Albert Honegan

Jewish Community Foundation of Greater Hartford 

Lincoln Financial Group Foundation

Adlyn and Ted Loewenthal

Andrew and Joyce Mandell

Joshua Michtom

Kinder Morgan

Musical Club of Hartford, Inc.

The Phoenix Insurance

Charles Nelson Robinson Fund

Tricia Samuels

Amy Selzer Memorial Fund

SpreadMusicNow

Travelers

Michael Wilder

Jane Zande and Jeff Smith

Youth Arts Institute Fall 2020 Update

Youth Arts Institute Fall 2020 Update

This fall, Charter Oak Cultural Center’s Youth Arts Institute will be offering virtual arts classes in music, dance, theater, visual arts and more! Our programs are available to any student age 6 to...