One-day event is free to attend and part of Indiana Humanities’ One State / One Story: Frankenstein initiative
Indiana Humanities and Indiana Landmarks award funding for a walking tour, educational video, interactive digital map and more!
Indiana Humanities programs include adult field trips, innovative speakers such as Kimberly Bryant (pictured), workshops, and more.
Humanities Initiative Grants, Quantum Leap Grants provide public with access to history, literature, and STEM-related projects; more funding opportunities still available.
Indiana Humanities will host two grant workshops this spring for nonprofits seeking funding for public programs in history, preservation, literature and other humanities fields.
Slate of programs will focus on White River watershed; book and film series to follow this fall
Quantum Leap Poetry Tour will include stops in Greencastle, Hanover, Indianapolis and Shelbyville from Nov. 27 to Nov. 29
“Frankenstein”-themed retreat on March 23-24 at DePauw University’s Prindle Institute for Ethics will feature scholarly talks, small group discussions, a themed meal and more.