Humanities Now Blog

Riders on the Orphan Train Visits Globe, Camp Verde, Clifton, and Coolidge

Grantee Highlight: Riders on the Orphan Train Arizona Tour Visits Globe, Camp Verde, Clifton, and Coolidge Do you know the story of the largest child

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AZ Speaks Presenter Deni Seymour

Important AZ Speaks Updates for the New Year

Host an AZ Speaks Program Start the New Year with AZ Speaks programs for your organization. Don’t delay in booking your Spring and Fall programs.

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Meet the 2019 Arizona Humanities Awards Winners

Congratulations to the 2019 Arizona Humanities Awards winners! Natalie Diaz – Humanities Public Scholar Joan McGregor – Humanities Public Scholar Kevin Schindler – Friend of

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Arizona Humanities Executive Director Honored with “Women of Achievement” Award

Early last month, Brenda Thomson, Executive Director of Arizona Humanities, was recognized as one of InBusiness Magazine’s 2018 Women of Achievement. The award luncheon took place on

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Celebrate Water/Ways in Florence November 17 through December 30

Florence has a long-term relationship with the Gila River and its water. The Gila riverbed goes directly through the town’s historic downtown core, which is

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Grantee Highlights explore Native American Heritage Month and New Topics in Archaeology

The Heritage Insights Lecture Series is a component of the Museum of Northern Arizona’s (MNA) Fall Heritage Festivals – Celebraciones de la Gente and Native

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Dr. Tanae Morrison Joins the Board of Directors

Dr. Tanae Morrison is an Arizona native hailing from Tucson and an educational change agent. Tanae earned a B.A. in Sociology, an M.A. in Educational Psychology, an

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Mini Grants Now Available – Apply Today!

Mini Grants are small grants of up to $2,000 that are available year-round to support innovative public programs that increase understanding of the human experience.

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