Since 1995, Humanities Washington’s reading program has expanded to distribute more than 118,000 books into the hands of parents and kids across Washington State.
This installment of 40 Years of Washington Stories looks at the traveling exhibit Barn Again!, which brought discussions about history and culture to rural museums around the state.
In the latest installment of 40 Years of Washington Stories, we reflect back on someone who used the editorial page to link the perspectives of the humanities, workers and unions.
This installment of 40 Years of Washington Stories celebrates the Humanities Washington Award, first awarded to Ron Chew in 1995.
As part of 40 Years of Washington Stories, we look back at the Speakers Bureau (formerly Inquiring Mind) presentations of Harvest Moon on Coastal Salish culture, which toured the state in the 1990s and 2000s.
In this look back at past Humanities Washington programs, we look at the productions of Tears of Joy Theater, which brought puppet shows and mask-theater productions to schools around the state.
Executive Director Julie Ziegler invites you to speak out, step up, and show your support for the humanities.
Kathleen Flenniken shares her memories and experience as 2012-14 Washington State Poet Laureate, including readings at a correctional facility and a grange hall. Plus: an interactive map chronicling Flenniken’s travels.
The Seattle-based poet, commentator and educator will assume the post Feb. 1.
The Scholars-in-Residence program paired experts from different disciplines – like a biologist with a poet or a sculptor with a historian – and brought them into classrooms to spark new cross-disciplinary connections.