1. January 16, 2021
    Inspired by a ferocious storm that struck Dakota Territory in 1888, the 2021 One Book South Dakota is a historical novel that hits close to home.
  2. January 10, 2021
    “My grandmother would say, “We’re not feminists, we’re the law.”
  3. January 3, 2021
    While most people would agree that 2020 presented more than its share of challenges, it also provided positive moments.
  4. December 18, 2020
    SDHC drew a large, enthusiastic virtual crowd for the first “Voting: Why It Matters” statewide discussion on the importance of civic participation.
  5. December 4, 2020
    The South Dakota Humanities Council is about to kick off its first statewide “Voting: Why It Matters” virtual program on Tuesday, Dec. 15, as part of a $50,000 grant from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation to educate South Dakotans on the importance of civic participation.
  6. November 25, 2020
    The third annual South Dakota Day of Giving Open House on Tuesday, Dec. 1 at the South Dakota Humanities Council is going virtual.
  7. November 22, 2020
    The full gallery of videos from the Virtual 2020 South Dakota Festival of Books is live!
  8. November 10, 2020
    As past and present service members around the country are honored on Veterans Day 2020, the South Dakota Humanities Council is proud to celebrate South Dakota veterans by announcing the winners of the 2020 Veterans Story Contest.
  9. November 6, 2020
    The statewide South Dakota Humanities Council has awarded more than $400,000 to cultural organizations struggling to maintain operations during the coronavirus pandemic.
  10. October 31, 2020
    Applications are now open to members of the public who would like to join our roster of SDHC scholars who provide educational, unique, humanities-rich programs to South Dakotans.