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 […]
In the Banlieues/Centering the Margin – Saint-Denis/Oakland An International Exhibition Arrives in California￼
Above Image: Lamyne M at SPUR SF opening of In the Banlieues/Centering the Margin: Oakland/Saint-Denis exhibition. Photo by Robert Ogilvie. “Sharing our stories is how we claim spatial legitimacy and […]
As we celebrate National Arts & Humanities Month this October, we also honor the memory of beloved California Humanities’ Board Chair Nancy Hatamiya through the Nancy Hatamiya Arts & Humanities […]
For Immediate Release Media Contact: Christi Shortridge, Interim Communications Director, email@example.com September 7, 2022—(OAKLAND, CA)—The Board of Directors of California Humanities announces the resignation of President & CEO Julie Fry, […]
For Immediate Release Media Contact: Christi Shortridge, Interim Communications Director, firstname.lastname@example.org September 1, 2022—(OAKLAND, CA)—California Humanities is proud to announce that twenty public humanities grantees will receive $98,300 in funding […]
Top Photo: Bidhan Roy with WordsUncaged members, James King and Jimmy Gilmer at Los Angeles County Prison, Lancaster. Photo courtesy of Bidhan Roy. An interview with Dr. Bidhan Chandra Roy, […]
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 […]
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 […]
Of the 224 projects awarded nationally, 18 awards were made in California.
Of the 188 projects awarded nationally, 12 awards were made in California.