The SDHC Board has awarded $30,000 in major grant funding to organizations around the state, including several supporting the 2017 Race and Civility Initiative.
Major grant applications must involve humanities professionals and include the humanities as a central focus of the program for which funding is sought.
The project advances the Council's mission to promote civil conversation, accomplished by engaging populations within our state through community discussions.
A recent SDHC grantee’s project harnesses the power of paintings, poetry and film to tell an emotional, human story.
Nine humanities projects are receiving $32,450 in grants from the SDHC. Programs and projects are selected for their impact and value on the humanities in SD.
Murray addresses this year’s 40th Annual Great Plains Writers Conference whose theme is “The Role of the Humanities in the Digital Age: The GPWC at 40 Years.”
Staff picks for the best of the South Dakota Humanities Council in 2015 include: 2015 Festival of Books in Deadwood, fundraising challenges and more.
About 675,000 people in South Dakota have attended programs possible thanks to grant funding from the South Dakota Humanities Council.
Seven humanities-oriented projects in South Dakota are receiving $33,482 in grants from the South Dakota Humanities Council.
The sole meaning in life is to serve humanity.
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