Water/Ways exhibit will travel to 12 rural communities across Arizona From above, the Earth appears as a planet with more than 71 percent of its... Read More
The Smithsonian’s Water/Ways exhibition dives into water starting in June! This national exhibit will be paired with local exhibits, programs, and events, as it travels across the state to 12 rural communities.
Check out dozens of free programs each month. Experience Arizona history, participate in FRANK Talks about important issues facing our communities, and much more!
FRANK Talks are free, thought-provoking, expert-facilitated discussions on important issues facing our communities available exclusively for Arizona libraries.
Why are the humanities important? The humanities expand our sense of community, and enrich our understanding of one another and the world. We believe our society is stronger when everyone is welcome in the world of ideas.
Arizona Humanities is pleased to award $58,800 in Project Grants to 10 organizations. From a symposium on Native Alaskan masks to creating children’s audio guides in Spanish, to exploring Middle Eastern literature, explore the different humanities projects.
Arizona Humanities programs are an investment in Arizona’s citizens and communities – because lifelong learning enriches our shared cultural experience and helps us all become better and more thoughtful citizens of our state, our nation, and the world.