Turmoil in the federal government has Humanities Washington Executive Director Julie Ziegler thinking: What sort of state do we want today’s children to inherit?
Executive Director Julie Ziegler looks back on Humanities Washington’s last 40 years serving the state and ahead toward our next 40.
Congress is considering massive funding cuts to the National Endowment for the Humanities. Humanities Washington Executive Director Julie Ziegler argues these cuts are the last thing our nation should do, as the humanities and social sciences offer a clear competitive advantage in our increasingly interconnected world.
Executive Director Julie Ziegler previews this fall’s activities: the 15th anniversary of the Bedtime Stories literary gala, the 40th anniversary of Humanities Washington and a special honor for a dear friend.
Across Washington, children who haven’t mastered reading are falling behind. Prime Time Family Reading can help these kids catch up – but they need your help! The deadline for our Spring Appeal has been extended until Wednesday (May 22).
Executive Director Julie Ziegler discusses our new Prime Time Family Reading curriculum, which brings parents and children together to discover the transformative power of story.
Executive Director Julie Ziegler explains why Humanities Washington and the other independent state affiliates of the National Endowment for the Humanities remain essential – and how they deliver huge returns on minimal public investment.
Humanities Washington hits the road with Hope in Hard Times, a new traveling exhibit exploring the adversity and celebrating the triumphs of everyday Washingtonians during the 1930s. Executive Director Julie Ziegler talks about this exciting new program, which will visit eight Washington communities over the next two years.
As 2012 comes to a close, Executive Director Julie Ziegler looks back on a year marked with several highpoints – and looks forward to Humanities Washington’s 40th anniversary.
Executive Director Julie Ziegler writes about Humanities Washington’s busiest season – and opportunities for Washingtonians everywhere to get involved!