We received some fantastic responses from our hard-working Humanities State Councils! Here’s how some of them encouraged their constituents to celebrate National Arts and Humanities Month this past October! Be sure to follow the links to learn more about the work of these councils and click here to learn about your state’s organization!
Kansas Humanities Council (@kshumanities)
New Hampshire Humanities (NHHumanities)
@NEH_Congress With more than 80 free programs across the state and an amazing night with author Colum McCann at our 24th Annual Dinner!
Connecticutt Humanities (@CTHumanities)
Michigan Humanities (@mihumanities)
@NEH_Congress We encouraged statewide literary discussion and awarded the first batch of Arts & Humanities Touring Grants!
New York Humanities (@Nyhuman)
@NEH_Congress National Art and Humanities Month was busy; we did workshops for After Sandy, and got a grant for Public Humanities Fellows.
Arizona Humanities (@AZHumanities)
Virginia Humanities (@VAHumanities)
@NEH_Congress 1/6 Two major folklife festivals (Richmond, Blue Ridge); Fellows talk: religious freedoms; staff talk: Iraqi trip re heritage
@NEH_Congress 5/6 edited numerous digital documents via DocumentsCompass; printed “Humanities Spoken Here” poster via VA ArtsofBookCenter;
West Virginia Humanities (@WVHumanities)