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Roy Lichtenstein, I Can See the Whole Room...And There's Nobody in It!, 1961. Oil and graphite on canvas, 48 x 48 in. (121.9 x121.9 cm). (c) Estate of Roy Lichtenstein.
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Emily Hall Tremaine Foundation
171 Orange Street
New Haven, CT 06510
203.639.5544
Fax: 203.639.5545

Welcome

The Emily Hall Tremaine Foundation (EHTF) funds innovative projects that advance solutions to basic and enduring problems in the fields of arts, environment and learning disabilities.

LD Field Guide

EHTF has created an interactive inventory of the LD field, including publications, initiatives and documentaries that focus on LD.  Please visit the site and provide us with comments and potential additions.  We want the site to continue to grow as a resource.


2012 Exhibition Award Winner Opens!


Covert Operations:
Investigating the Known Unknowns

curated by Claire C. Carter
at the Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art
on view until January 11, 2015

Understood.org has launched!

The Emily Hall Tremaine Foundation and 14 other nonprofits have developed Understood as part of a bold new plan to support parents of children with learning and attention issues.  Through research and interviews with thousands of parents, we've learned a lot about what people need to help their children thrive in school and in life, and Understood was built with that in mind.

Here are just a few of the features we are excited about on Understood: 

Through Your Child's Eyes 

Tech Finder 

Experts Live 

Secure Parents Groups 

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