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We offer grant opportunities throughout the year to support locally-initiated public humanities programs that promote reflection, dialogue, and civic participation. Learn about projects we’ve funded and how to apply.
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The Farm/Art DTour
Take a free, self-guided driving tour of scenic Sauk County as part of the Wormfarm Institute's annual Fermentation Fest. The experience includes art, poetry, and food and is described as a 'magical mystery tour' plus cows! Maps are available at several sites Sept. 26-Oct. 4.
Taking Back our Worlds
Taking Back our Worlds: Conversations during times of social distancing by Buildings-Landscapes-Cultures is a series of webinars with activists, scholars and residents of Milwaukee, WI and Newark, NJ discussing community struggles around justice.
Immigrant Journeys Exhibit Tour
Immigrant Journeys from South of the Border ¡Mi travesía hasta Wisconsin! will restart at the Beloit Public Library. Visitors can view the exhibit from September 1st through 15th.
Seeking Board Members
Wisconsin Humanities board members are chosen for their experience, geographic diversity, and commitment to the public humanities. Volunteer members serve three-year terms. You can nominate yourself or someone you know before October 1st.