The grants go to organizations sharing the lesser-known stories of people or communities in our state.
Washington State Poet Laureate Rena Priest is calling for submissions to a new poetry anthology about salmon, which she calls “the unsung heroes of our region.”
These sixteen teams of artists and craftspeople will conserve cultural traditions important to Washington’s communities.
Libraries, schools, and museums can receive $25,000 and more to hold the innovative literacy program in their communities.
The cohort of four fellows, chosen by a statewide committee of humanities experts, is the first of its kind in Washington.
The program aims to help the next generation of humanists create programming for underserved Washington communities.
The grants, made via the American Rescue Plan, will be made to humanities-based organizations and projects thanks to funding from the NEH.
The sixteen teams of artists and craftspeople, chosen by the Center for Washington Cultural Traditions, will help preserve traditional skills.
Cabin Fever Kids, a free downloadable book from Humanities Washington, helps kids uncover the deeper meaning in deceptively simple children’s literature.
The American Book Award-winning poet and member of the Lhaq’temish (Lummi) Nation is the first Indigenous poet to assume the role.