Humanities Now Blog

Tubac’s “Rio Compartido/Shared River” Art Exhibit: A River That Blurs Borders

Above: Nancy Valentine, Lowe House Project Program Coordinator, and Edilia Chacon, Cultural Promotion Director at the Mexican Consulate in Nogales, take in the exhibit Rio

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Water/Ways Celebrates Tubac, Santa Cruz River

Shannon Stone, Executive Director of Tubac Presidio State Historic Park and Museum, is breathless over the Smithsonian coming to the Santa Cruz River. This isn’t

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Water/Ways Opens in Winkelman, May 4

Winkelman is located in southern Gila County in central Arizona, where the San Pedro and Gila Rivers meet. The Gila River hooks around the eastern

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Arizona Humanities Awards $75,370 in Project Grants

Twelve Organizations Receive Grants for Humanities Projects Arizona Board of RegentsNorthern Arizona University-Cline LibraryGrand Canyon National Park Centennial Perspectives: A Lecture Series$5,000 In celebration of

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Water/Ways Opens in Dragoon, March 9

Dragoon is located approximately sixty miles east of Tucson, close to Interstate 10 and about halfway between Benson and Willcox. While the area is sparsely

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Featured Arizonan Author, Rodo Sofranac

Originally from a small village in Montenegro, Rodo Sofranac lived in Salzburg, Austria before immigrating to the United States. Having experienced a diversity of cultures

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Keeonna Harris & Saretta Morgan

Explore Literary Landscapes on January 28

Explore Literary Landscapes with Writers Keeonna Harris and Saretta Morgan on January 28 Literary Landscapes is a public reading and conversation with Keeonna Harris & Saretta Morgan. Join us

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San Pedro River

Water/Ways Opens in Sierra Vista Saturday, January 12

The City of Sierra Vista is nestled near the Huachuca Mountains in southeastern Arizona. It benefits from the mountain watershed, nearby natural springs, and the

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