Application deadline has passed. Awardees will be notified in mid-February.
As part of the NEH’s Humanities and the Legacy of Race and Ethnicity initiative, INcommon grants will fund programs that explore the social, economic, cultural and racial issues that confront Indiana communities.
This one-time grant opportunity will fund new or ongoing public programs that use humanities ideas, history, readings and scholars to spark in-depth conversation, insight and consideration of others’ points of view. Projects may include reading series and civic reflection discussions; public lectures or panels; film screenings and discussions; or the creation of exhibits, walking tours or documentary films.
Special priority will be given to projects that include community discussion and conversation at the heart of their proposed activities. Applications must contain a strong focus on the humanities. Successful proposals will include input from humanities scholars, including as advisers or facilitators. Programs must take place between March and October 2017.
Download the INcommon call for applications (below) for key themes, inspirational examples and full guidelines.