Humanities Now Blog

Brenda Thomson Receives 2018 Women of Achievement Award

Arizona Humanities Executive Director Brenda Thomson has received a 2018 Women of Achievement Awards presented by  In Business Magazine. According to In Business Magazine, the 14 women

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Dr. James Blasingame and Vince Lujan Join the Board of Directors

Welcome to Dr. James Blasingame and Vince Lujan! Dr. James Blasingame Professor, Department of English, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences at Arizona State University

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Arizona Humanities Awards Over $71,000 in Project Grants

Eleven organizations receive grants for humanities projects PHOENIX, AZ – Arizona Humanities is pleased to award $71,203.69 in Project Grants to 11 organizations. Brenda Thomson,

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2019 Arizona Humanities Awards Nominations Now Open!

Every year Arizona Humanities honors and celebrates outstanding contributions to the humanities in our state. Since the inaugural awards in 1990, Arizona Humanities has recognized

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The Annual Report is Good News

If you have  a moment please take a look at our annual report from the past year. We are proud of the exciting programs and

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Voices of Vail Documentary Film Premiere August 12

Grantee Highlight: Vail Preservation Society’s Voices of Vail Documentary Film Premiere August 12 The story of America is written in its small towns. The Voices of Vaildocumentary follows

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Jim turner at Chandler Library courtesy Jean Reynolds

Book Your 2018-2019 AZ Speaks Programs!

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

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Governor Doug Ducey issues Water/Ways Week Proclamation

As part of the Smithsonian Water/Ways exhibit kickoff, Governor Doug Ducey has issued an official proclamation declaring June 2 – 8 as Water/Ways Week. June 2 marks the

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