RI Council for the Humanities grant workshops
The Council will present two free workshops in September to share information about upcoming major and mini grant opportunities for non-profit organizations and individual researchers planning public programs in the humanities.
Have ideas for a new public humanities project?
Choose to attend one workshop on September 9 at the University of Rhode Island’s University Club in Kingston or on September 16 at the Rhode Island Historical Society’s Aldrich House in Providence to learn about the Council’s grant opportunities, funding priorities, tips, and deadlines!
The Rhode Island Council for the Humanities’ funding areas include public projects, documentary film, K-12 civic education, and individual research that strengthens cultural, historic, and civic engagement in Rhode Island. Our work is based on the conviction that history, literature, philosophy, civics, the arts and other fields of the humanities are central not only to formal education, but to the daily lives of free and diverse people in a strong democracy.
QUESTIONS: Contact Logan Hinderliter at email@example.com or (401) 273-2250