Indiana Humanities publishes anthology of prose and poetry designed to be read in nature
Next Indiana Campfires
Indiana Humanities publishes anthology of prose and poetry designed to be read in nature

Next Indiana Campfires: A Trail Companion features Indiana, Midwestern and Pulitzer Prize-winning authors, along with a trail journal for capturing notes

October 2, 2019
One of the Many Gifts from Gene Stratton-Porter
Next Indiana Campfires
One of the Many Gifts from Gene Stratton-Porter

Aaron Moe of St. Mary’s College reflects on our recent Next Indiana Campfire trek at Spicer Lake Nature Preserve in St. Joseph County

June 3, 2019
Host a viewing party for films about the White River—and apply for a stipend
Next Indiana Campfires
Host a viewing party for films about the White River—and apply for a stipend

Indiana Humanities is offering the $150 stipends to tax-exempt organizations and teachers; films and discussion toolkits are available to public for free

March 1, 2019
Meet the “People Who Come Out of the Water”
Next Indiana Campfires
Meet the “People Who Come Out of the Water”

Indiana Humanities makes a splash with three new films about the White River

December 4, 2018
Downriver among the trees of the West Fork
Next Indiana Campfires
Downriver among the trees of the West Fork

Kevin McKelvey reflects on his Next Indiana Campfires experience at Mounds State Park area.

July 19, 2018
Next Indiana Campfires return to connect Hoosiers with literature, nature
Next Indiana Campfires
Next Indiana Campfires return to connect Hoosiers with literature, nature

Slate of programs will focus on White River watershed; book and film series to follow this fall

April 5, 2018
Indiana Humanities receives national award for best humanities program
Next Indiana Campfires
Indiana Humanities receives national award for best humanities program

The Federation of State Humanities Councils presented Indiana Humanities with the Schwartz Prize for its program, Next Indiana Campfires, on Nov. 3, 2017 in Boston. The Schwartz Prize is a national award endowed by Helen and Martin Schwartz, natives of Muncie, Ind., and recognizes outstanding public humanities programs across the country.

November 20, 2017
An extravagance of bluffs, ridges, trees, and glow worms
Next Indiana Campfires
An extravagance of bluffs, ridges, trees, and glow worms

Kevin McKelvey reflects on his Next Indiana Campfires experience at Tom and Jane Dustin Nature Preserve.

October 22, 2017