Projects include exhibits, community discussions, cooking workshops, performances, symposiums, and interactive activities.
From workshops with the Torres Martinez Desert Cahuilla Indians to a play about Black women’s experience in Peoples Temple.
Supporting projects emerging media makers age 18 and under that shed light on current issues & solutions.
Grantees represent the richness and diversity of our state.
Follow along as we highlight Arts and humanities events and programs in your community weekly through October.
These 17 grantees include the first awardees under the “Second Responders: The Humanities in the Aftermath of Natural Disasters” designation.
This round of grantees is the first to include applicants under the special designation “Second Responders: The Humanities in the Aftermath of Natural Disasters.”
Humanities for All Grants Support Locally-Initiated Public Humanities Projects
Our 2020 cohort represents libraries from across the state.
16 Grantees Awarded $420,000 for Production, Research & Development