“The human brain now holds the key to our future. We have to recall the image of the planet from outer space: a single entity in which air, water, and continents are interconnected.” – David Suzuki, scientist. This exhibition will bring together works that embody harmonious multiculturalism and inter- religious unity. In the current age, we focus on what divides, rather than what unites us. Artists are encouraged to submit works that highlight our common humanity, rather than our differences. We draw…
Charter Oak gets spooky for our annual Halloween Bash, a fun family-friendly evening of music, treats, games an art activities for the kids. Come dressed in your spookiest costume and have a blast! Our annual Halloween Bash will take place in our Sanctuary space on October 26 at 6:30 p.m. The event is FREE. For more information, call 860-310-2580.
A benefit concert for our brothers and sisters in Puerto Rico and the US Virgin Islands. Join us for a sparkling night of music and entertainment. 100 percent of all proceeds will be donated to the ongoing hurricane relief effort. Including performances by: Orice Jenkins, Sarah Morin, and Daniel Salazar. Suggested Donation: $15 For more information, call 860.310.2580
Our yearly commemoration event of Kristallnacht brings the community together with local artists to mark “The Night of Broken Glass.” This multi-faith event is a meditation on the horrors of war and a call for peace. This event is part of the 13th Annual Celebration of Jewish Arts and Culture, our yearly exploration of the historical and contemporary expressions of Jewish identity in art.
Charter Oak Cultural Center and The UCONN Center for Judaic Studies and Contemporary Jewish Life are coming together to present The Guy Mendilow Ensemble, back by popular demand once again! This special performance is a featured event in Charter Oak’s 13th Annual Celebration of Jewish Arts and Culture. The Guy Mendilow Ensemble operates on the notion that incredible stories and emotionally sweeping experiences can do far more than just entertain. They can spark resonance, fascination and motivation to care beyond…
Join us for a reception and then a discussion presented by the Connecticut State Historic Preservation Office (SHPO) about tax credits that are available to corporations to help non-profits with capital projects. The SHPO’s grant programs for non-profits will also be discussed. It’s a great program and we want to share the news! This event is free and open to the public. For more information call 860.310.2580