A virtual book club is a worthwhile way to connect during social distancing. For one, you will reap the advantages of reading, which are numerous.
If you’ve ever wanted to help save the world, we’ve got good news: You can.
The South Dakota Humanities Council believes that public health and safety are top priorities and, as such, has outlined a policy for upcoming programs and events in light of the COVID-19 outbreak.
Supported by a South Dakota Humanities Council grant, Dakota State University and Madison Area Arts Council will host readings this spring featuring South Dakota authors.
Robert Dugoni, a highly successful thriller novelist and writing craft teacher, has been confirmed as a presenter for the 2020 South Dakota Festival of Books.
The South Dakota Humanities Council’s major grant recipients represent a variety of entertaining, educational and inspirational humanities projects.
Are you interested in being a part of an organization that leads statewide advocacy for the humanities and puts on the popular South Dakota Festival of Books?
The South Dakota Humanities Council educated and entertained readers and humanities enthusiasts of all ages in 2019 while providing access to culturally significant literature and moments of real-life connection that exemplify the word “humanities.”
The South Dakota Humanities Council awarded grants for eight humanities-based research and discussion programs that will be launched in the coming months.
The 2020 One Book South Dakota “Unfollow: A Memoir of Loving and Leaving the Westboro Baptist Church” has arrived at the South Dakota Humanities Council office and is available for loan!
The sole meaning in life is to serve humanity.
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