Executive Director Julie Ziegler on the report that President Trump plans to eliminate funding for the National Endowment for the Humanities.
Humanities Washington’s executive director reflects on 2015.
One of the many things I love about Washington State is the way that communities of all sizes embrace culture and tradition. As summer transitions into fall, there are so many opportunities to come together, explore history and discuss new ideas.
Across the state, people are coming together to celebrate stories, foster conversation and build relationships. Humanities Washington Executive Director Julie Ziegler shares how those connections could not happen without you.
Executive Director Julie Ziegler invites you to speak out, step up, and show your support for the humanities.
Humanities Washington is looking for applications for our 2015-16 Speakers Bureau! Executive Director Julie Ziegler describes the program, and what we’re seeking in speakers: part scholar, part tramp.
Humanities Washington Executive Director Julie Ziegler is excited about two things: Seattle’s Super Bowl victory and the state’s new Poet Laureate. Disparate topics? Not when one considers the power of a shared experience.
In honor of Humanities Washington’s 40th Anniversary, Executive Director Julie Ziegler announces three new programs to foster civic action and support the lifelong pursuit of knowledge: 40 Years of Washington Stories, Prime Time Family Reading expansion and the Washington Stories Fund.
This holiday season, Humanities Washington Executive Director Julie Ziegler gives thanks to YOU for helping share the humanities and engage communities around the state.
Humanities Washington’s Executive Director Julie Ziegler just returned from Birmingham, Alabama, 50 years after the city was the epicenter for the civil rights movement. From Birmingham to Bellingham, Ziegler considers the power of the humanities to confront the hardships and darkness in our past and build understanding, empathy and community in our present.