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What is your California Story?

California. A state of almost 40 million people, with millions of stories to share. A state of writers, filmmakers, storytellers and artists. A state of innovators and thinkers. A state of open mind. For over 40 years, California Humanities has helped give voice to voices seldom heard. Through grants and …

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Nov 17-26– A Place to Call Home Art Show in Grass Valley

GRASS VALLEY–Six artists working in various media (photography, encaustic painting, sculpture, painting, and mixed-media assemblage) exhibit their work in the Granucci Gallery and Main Gallery at The Center for the Arts in Grass Valley, CA. Each artist’s work interprets and communicates stories of homelessness and inclusion/common humanity with homeless people, …

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Upcoming Grant Opportunities from California Humanities

Our next round of grant deadlines are just around the corner! Humanities for All Grants Humanities for All grants will support locally-initiated public humanities projects responding to the needs and interests of Californians that will encourage participation in public humanities, particularly by new and/or underserved audiences, and promote understanding and …

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Three California stories—three Emmy nominations!

We’ve got our fingers crossed here at California Humanities for the three California Documentary Project films nominated for 2017 Emmy Awards. The 38th Annual News and Documentary Awards® will be presented on Thursday, October 5th 2017 and we wish each of these excellent film projects the best of luck! No …

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