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Apply to Participate in a Learning Collaborative Near You

APPLY TO PARTICIPATE IN A LEARNING COLLABORATIVE NEAR YOU LEARNING COLLABORATIVES PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT: JUNE – NOVEMBER 2015 Imagine the impact on museum practice if professional networks within California collaborated and leveraged their resources to address the most critical issues facing California museums. With a National Leadership grant from the Institute …

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Community Stories Grant Application Guildelines Now Available

Cal Humanities will soon begin accepting applications for our August 3 deadline for Community Stories, our ongoing competitive storytelling grants program. The official application period is July 1 through August 3, 2015; in the meantime, the Community Stories grant guidelines are available beginning May 1 for potential applicants to peruse! In addition, our …

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If All The Sky Were Paper at the Kennedy Center

The Kennedy Center presents If All the Sky Were Paper, in honor of Memorial Day, for two performances in the Terrace Theater on May 21 and 22, 2015 at 7:30 p.m. Written by military historian and best-selling author Andrew Carroll, and directed by John Benitz, If All the Sky Were Paperis a compelling …

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California Humanities Staff & Board Go to Washington!

By Cal Humanities Board Member, Alice Y. Hom Cal Humanities staff and board traveled to Washington, D.C. March 24-26 for Humanities on the Hill, a 3-day annual event where state humanities councils speak with their congressional representatives to talk about the importance of the humanities and to ask for support …

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