AZ Speaks is the longest-running and most popular program of Arizona Humanities. The program is a great way for non-profits, libraries, educational institutions, K-12 schools, governmental and tribal entities to enjoy interesting and engaging humanities-based programs. AZ Speaks presenters represent a diverse range of expertise, from a variety of professional backgrounds including: history, cultural and gender studies, and more.
Arizona Humanities funds hundreds of AZ Speaks presentations each year. In 2017, there were 220 AZ Speaks programs in 51 communities reaching over 12,300 people. This is a very popular program, so don’t delay!
- Organizations can book up to 5 AZ Speaks presentations per fiscal year (November 1 – October 31).
- There is a $100 cost share fee for each Road Scholar program.
- Speakers in the Schools programs are FREE of charge to Arizona K-12 educational institutions.
- Arizona Humanities covers the cost of speaker honoraria, travel, lodging, and meals.
Wednesday, July 11th
11:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
Click here to RSVP
Learn about the AZ Speaks online application process, eligibility, fees, and more. We highly encourage organizations to attend for a refresh of AH resources and to improve confidence in managing your programs.
Photo of Jim Turner courtesy Jean Reynolds and the Chandler Public Library