These grants take humanities experiences beyond the walls of academia, funding local public projects in towns throughout Washington including Seattle, Tacoma, Bellingham, Spokane, Wenatchee, Longview, Whidbey Island, Olympia, Moses Lake, and more.
“Drawing Ire: Political Cartooning in an Uncertain Age” featuring Milt Priggee coming to Kennewick on November 3.
The literary fundraiser to feature original work by Jess Walter, Shawn Vestal, Laura Read, and Stephanie Oakes.
The literary fundraiser to feature original work by Charles Johnson, Tod Marshall, Bridget Foley.
“American Rage” on September 22 to explore the history and future of the left/right divide.
“The Californians Are Coming: Climate Migration and the Pacific Northwest” will take place at Naked City Brewery and Taphouse
The Spokane Poet and Gonzaga Professor is the first Eastern Washington resident to hold the position
Centennial Campfires Initiative grant will fund live conversation program featuring Washington State poets in fall 2016
Humanities Washington Executive Director Julie Ziegler Elected to Federation of State Humanities Councils
Ziegler is the first executive director in Humanities Washington’s forty-year history to be elected to the Federation board