New Series in Los Angeles Showcases Indigenous Filmmaking in June 2023
From June 2-18, The UCLA Film and Television Archive and UCLA American Indian Studies Center will present Imagining Indigenous Cinema: New Voices, New Visions.
Pride Month Spotlight: T. Hammidi of Hi Desert Queer & Trans Oral History Project
A conversation with the project director of the Humanities For All Quick Grant-supported Hi Desert Queer & Trans Oral History Project
California Humanities Awards 21 Humanities for All Quick Grant Projects to Support Community, History, & Storytelling
21 new grantees will receive $100,220 in funding through the Humanities for All Quick Grant program.
APA Heritage Month Spotlight: Lucy Burns and Karen Umemoto of Never Forget
An interview with the directors of a Humanities for All Project focused on the Philippine Anti-Martial Law Movement.
Humanities for All Quick Grant Applications Open May 15
Photographs of Quick Grant grantees Armando Hernandez and Michael Aguirre of Trash-Mex (credit: Armando Hernandez), and a production of the Raizes Collective, based in Santa Rosa courtesy of the Raizes […]
Women’s History Month Spotlight: Beth Ann Gerstein of Women in California Clay
Above: Breaking Ground: Women in California Clay at the American Museum of Ceramic Art (AMOCA) in Pomona, California. Photo courtesy of AMOCA. In recognition of Women’s History Month, we interviewed […]
Earth Month Spotlight: Jenny Hale and Lisa Barker of Project Wild Edges
Above: Cast members of Project Wild Edges in Grass Valley, California. Photographer: Dee Anne Dinelli In recognition of Earth Month, we interviewed Jenny Hale and Lisa Barker, directors of the […]
Highlighting African American Humanities Projects: A Recap of Recent Humanities for All Project Grants
Above: Members of the Carver Garden Club, Oakland, Dec. 2, 1960. African American Museum & Library at Oakland Photograph Collection. In recognition of California’s African American and African diasporic communities, […]
California Humanities Awards 20 Humanities for All Quick Grant Projects to Support Community, History, & Storytelling
For Immediate Release Media Contact: Kerri Young, Communications Manager, email@example.com January 30, 2023—(Oakland, CA)— California Humanities is proud to announce that 20 new public humanities grantees will receive $99,500 in funding through […]
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 […]