By Ben Allen Special to The Sacramento Bee May 14, 2018, 12 pm Research shows that students who participate in visual and performing arts in school do better academically, socially, emotionally and, eventually, economically. Despite a longstanding state law requiring California’s public schools to provide arts education, only 38 percent of students have access to […]
Learn more about a fund for artists’ fire relief from CERF+.
Know Your Classmates™ (KYC) is a Positive Prevention Initiative created by Beyond Differences™.
Lions, tigers, and humanities grantees, oh my! National Endowment for the Humanities Announces Latest Awards
Of the 215 projects awarded nationally, 15 awards were made in California.
Watch the award-winning youth films online.
A list of the Californians and California-based organizations among the recipients.
Join City of Ventura Cultural Affairs Commissioners for a panel discussion on arts grants, funding, development, and creative collaboration.
Learn how to empower library staff and prospects, especially those interested in the library IT and/or technical services concentration.
The Hearst Foundations awarded $6 million in grants to nonprofits in California, including a $50,000 grant to California Humanities to support the Literature & Medicine® program. This additional funding will help California Humanities expand the program at health care facilities across the state. Literature & Medicine® is a nationally recognized humanities-based professional development program for health care workers that engages clinical […]
Artist, storyteller and California Humanities Board Member Brenda Wong Aoki on receiving a Hewlett50 grant
“J-town, Chinatown, Our Town” will be a major multi-media and multi-disciplinary theater work.