Important AZ Speaks Updates for the New Year

AZ Speaks Presenter Deni Seymour

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. Over 200 presentations have been […]

Book Your 2018-2019 AZ Speaks Programs!

Jim turner at Chandler Library courtesy Jean Reynolds

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 […]

Explore AZ Speaks speakers and new presentations

Planning spring programs? Our ever-popular AZ Speaks program offers humanities scholars who travel to rural and urban locations across Arizona. A few of the new presentations include: LGBTQ: A History in […]

Important AZ Speaks 2016-2017 Fiscal Year Update

Important AZ Speaks 2016-2017 Fiscal Year Update March 30, 2017 Since November 1, 2016, AZ Speaks has booked over 200 presentations reaching nearly 8,000 people in 47 communities across Arizona. Due […]

Now Booking Speakers for 2016-2017

The wait is over! Organizations can now schedule AZ Speaks presentations that occur between November 1, 2016 to October 31, 2017. We encourage you to read through our online catalog […]

AZ Speaks program in Lake Havasu draws a big crowd

On February 9th, close to 275 people attended speaker Gregory McNamee’s AZ Speaks presentation, “Riding with the Duke: John Wayne in Arizona” in Lake Havasu. Because of the great turnout, […]

Meet Your New AZ Speaks Roster

Introducing your 2015-2017 AZ Speaks Roster! On Monday, October 5th we held the AZ Speaks Orientation at the Flinn Foundation in Phoenix. Check out the new *online* catalog which features 70 […]

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