Two of our original digital programs were selected to be featured in the Greater Hudson Heritage Network (GHHN) Digital Showcase that highlights and celebrates virtual programs and projects created by participants in their Transformative Tools Series, a practicum in digital engagement for museums and heritage keepers that shined a light on how digital tools can be leveraged to engage audiences of all ages and enhance learning – both onsite and remotely.

Visitors to the GHHN website can now access and explore our Indigenous History and Art at Good Little Water Place Virtual Exhibition and the Jupiter Hammon Project: Mapping People & Places tool as well as other digital projects and exhibitions from across New York State right from their Digital Showcase page!

GHHN is a statewide service organization and resource network that offers grants, workshops, webinars, consultations, technical assistance, and professional development opportunities to advance the work of historical societies, historic house museums, heritage centers, historic sites, archives, and libraries.