Events to Watch
Explore a range of contemporary topics with thinkers and writers, artists and activists, and more.
Watch: Imagining Freedom
Watch: State of Our Union: Telling the American Story
Video: America Is at the Library—Not Just the Ballot Box
Video: Puerto Rico Now!
Video: Chinese American History, Asian American Experiences
Video: Reading Poetry, Engaging America
Video: Humanities and the Border
President Barack Obama in Conversation with Elizabeth Alexander & Michele Norris on Nov. 23 at 11:30am EST
Indigenous Communities are Using an Empowering Tool to Reclaim Their Histories in the Digital Space
Arts Programming for Individuals with Dementia and Their Care Partners
The Humanities in American Life
Philly’s Chronicling Resistance Curator Plans to Bring More Voices and Images into Libraries and Archives
Mellon Foundation Awards $1.96 Million Grant to Federation of State Humanities Councils to Engage the Public on the Importance of Civic and Electoral Engagement
At Mosaic Theater, a Playwright Asks: How Do You Mourn a Man You Barely Knew?
Clifton House to Open as Sanctuary for Artists to Grow Their Craft
Foundations Are Teaming Up to Launch a First-of-Its-Kind Fellowship for Disabled Artists and Creatives
The Monuments Project: Building the Commemorative Landscape 21st-century America Needs
Mellon Foundation to Spend $250 Million to Reimagine Monuments
Mellon Foundation Announces Quarter-Billion-Dollar Grant Commitment for “Monuments Project” to Reimagine and Rebuild Commemorative Spaces and Transform the Way History is Told in the United States