Sports history ‘bar’ crawl to be held in downtown Indy
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Sports history ‘bar’ crawl to be held in downtown Indy

Indiana Humanities presents ‘Huddle Up: A Boozy Throwback Through Indy Sports History’ on July 24

May 15, 2019
Fairbanks Symposium at the University of Indianapolis to examine Unigov at 50
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Fairbanks Symposium at the University of Indianapolis to examine Unigov at 50

The Sixth Annual Fairbanks Symposium on Civic Leadership, scheduled for May 15, 2019, at the University of Indianapolis, features national and local thought leaders who will discuss the lasting impact of urban consolidation in central Indiana. “Unigov at 50: The Blueprint of the Urban Midwest?” studies the legacy of merging local governments in Indianapolis and the implications for modern cities that have yet to undergo the process.

May 1, 2019
Organizations invited to apply for grants to fund projects that explore cultural, racial issues
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Organizations invited to apply for grants to fund projects that explore cultural, racial issues

Indiana Humanities will award $80,000 in INcommon grants over the next two years

April 26, 2019
Indiana Humanities awards 18 nonprofits with nearly $45,000 in grants
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Indiana Humanities awards 18 nonprofits with nearly $45,000 in grants

Grants provide Hoosiers with access to humanities programs, including history, literature and historic preservation education projects; more funding opportunities still available

April 25, 2019
Group to spearhead activities, grants and events to commemorate 100th anniversary of women’s suffrage in 2020
Indiana Women's Suffrage Centennial
Group to spearhead activities, grants and events to commemorate 100th anniversary of women’s suffrage in 2020

Indiana Women’s Suffrage Centennial is catalyzed by Indiana Humanities in partnership with the Indianapolis Propylaeum, the Indiana Historical Society and the Indiana Historical Bureau

March 27, 2019
Host a viewing party for films about the White River—and apply for a stipend
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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
Six Indiana communities selected to host national Smithsonian exhibit about rural America
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Six Indiana communities selected to host national Smithsonian exhibit about rural America

Indiana Humanities selected 9 additional sites to receive grants to develop local programming

February 12, 2019
Meet the “People Who Come Out of the Water”
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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