December 11, 2015
Friday Faves: Dec. 11

Connect to links we love, programs we admire, events to look forward to, folks to follow and great work in the public humanities.

It’s a short list this week as two of our staff members are enjoying some vacation. Here are this week’s “Friday Faves”:

Keira, president and CEO:

  • Thanks to our Giving Tuesday donors and a grant from the Arthur Jordan Foundation we’ll be building a small, free library in our front yard. Here’s a short piece on how Little Free Libraries can connect and transform our places from Project for Public Spaces.
  • It’s Indiana’s 199th birthday today! Here’s some information about the Statehood Day celebration at the Statehouse (Indiana Humanities participated!).
  • We’re also on the verge of another important anniversary — the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare’s death. The Wall Street Journal says there will be an “explosion” of Shakespeare-related projects. A number of local organizations are getting into the action; Notre Dame is hosting two big international conferences next year.

Kristen, director of communications and development

Leah, director of programs and community engagement:

Any humanities highlights from your week? We would love to hear from you in the comment section below.

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