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Posts with Category: Grantee Projects

  1. thumbnail image for blog post: South Dakota Humanities Council Awards $30K in Statewide Grants
    April 11, 2017

    The South Dakota Humanities Council Board of Directors has awarded $30,000 in major grant funding to organizations around the state, including several supporting the 2017 Race and Civility Initiative.

  2. thumbnail image for blog post: Poetry turns to film in recent grant project
    July 18, 2016

    A recent SDHC grantee’s project harnesses the power of paintings, poetry and film to tell an emotional human story. Christine Stewart-Nuñez and the South Dakota Art Museum earned a $1,000 grant for the short film adaptation titled “Gladiolus.”

  3. April 15, 2016

    Nine humanities projects in South Dakota are receiving $32,450 in grants from the South Dakota Humanities Council. Programs and projects are selected for their impact and value on the humanities in South Dakota.

  4. thumbnail image for blog post: The Role of the Humanities in the Digital Age: The GPWC at 40 Years
    March 14, 2016

    “I find myself anticipating a new kind of storyteller,” writes author and Professor Janet H. Murray in her book Hamlet on the Holodeck, “I am drawn to imagining a cyberdrama of the future by the same…

  5. thumbnail image for blog post: Humanities reach grows with grants
    December 29, 2015

    From 2011 through 2015, the SDHC awarded $624,463 in grants to 200 projects in a five-year period, from 2011 through 2015. These projects reach across South Dakota, as noted in the illustration.…

  6. thumbnail image for blog post: Meet cast, crew of Lakota language documentary “Rising Voices/Hotȟaŋiŋpi” in Pierre
    November 3, 2015

    A free public showing of “Rising Voices/Hotȟaŋiŋpi” will be on Tuesday, Nov. 10, at 7 p.m. CST at the South Dakota Cultural Heritage Center in Pierre. The documentary tells the story of a passionate, dedicated and diverse group of people who are working together to save the Lakota language and restore it to its rightful place in Lakota, and American, culture.