Focus on the Humanities Through an Interpretive Exhibition, “Emmy Lou Packard: Artist of Conscience”
Image Above: Diego Rivera & Emmy Lou Packard painting for the Golden Gate International Exposition, on Treasure Island in San Francisco Bay, 1938-40. Photograph Gelatin silver print, vintage. Courtesy of […]
Above Images (left to right): Library Innovation Lab programs at Mill Valley Public Library, Sunnyvale Public Library, Santa Cruz Public Library, San Luis Obispo Public Library, Oakland Public Library Golden […]
Over the past five months, the dedicated librarians who are participating in the 2022 Library Innovation Lab (LIL) program cohort have been hard at work, interviewing community members, developing partnerships, […]
Registration is now open for the National Humanities Conference (NHC) in Los Angeles from November 10 to November 13, 2022! California Humanities is proud to host this year’s conference. Produced […]
For over 40 years California Humanities has been the leading funder of documentaries by, for, and about Californians. We currently support film, audio, and digital media projects that explore California […]
California Humanities is proud to announce that 20 public humanities grantees will receive $98,300 in funding through the Humanities for All Quick Grant program. The June 2022 cohort of new […]
An invitation to join us at the 2022 National Humanities Conference in Los Angeles.
From video interviews to playwriting, the medical humanities to film screenings, a list of past projects centering the veteran experience.
California Humanities Announces December 2020 Humanities
for All Project Grant Awardees
Libraries around the state that are participating in the 2020 Library Innovation Lab program offer
an exciting array of virtual and socially distanced public programs this fall.