Goals and Timeline
Immigration, gentrification, incarceration, policing, institutional racism, and the legacies of segregation in housing and education are issues that continue to affect our communities. This grant opportunity invites Hoosiers to take a step back and use the humanities to look at the longer histories driving contemporary debates. We welcome diverse projects from across Indiana, addressing different themes and using a variety of public humanities formats, including reading series and civic reflection discussions; public lectures or panels; film screenings and discussions; or the creation of exhibits, web projects, podcasts, walking tours or documentary films.
- Application Deadline: Feb. 28, 2023 (round 1) and Aug. 31, 2023 (round 2)
- Award: Up to $5,000
- Notification: Approximately six weeks after the application deadline
- Date Projects May Begin: May 1, 2023 (round 1) and Nov. 1, 2023 (round 2)
- Date by Which Projects Must Be Completed: Within one year of notification
- This grant requires at least a 50 percent cash/in-kind match.
- We plan to award 8 to 10 INcommon Grants in 2023.
- Funding is provided by Indiana Humanities (through the support of the National Endowment for the Humanities, a federal agency) and the Central Indiana Community Foundation.
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