Celebrate National Arts & Humanities Month with Indiana Humanities!

READ THE INDIANA CHANT
Read The Indiana Chant for your chance to win!

To celebrate National Arts & Humanities Month, we’re encouraging Hoosiers across the state to read The Indiana Chant—and you can help! Inspired by the bicentennial, we’re crowd-sourcing a video of people reading this fun and engaging chant, written by April Pulley Sayre in partnership with the Center for the Book and the Indiana State Library.

Submit your video and you’ll be registered to win a humanities fun-pack!   

No matter where you’re from in Indiana, with phrases like: “Rivers roll—winding bright! Kankakee. Maumee. Wabash. White.” there’s a line in the chant that speaks to you.

READ THE INDIANA CHANT

 

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UPLOAD A VIDEO & SHARE IT ON SOCIAL MEDIA

Love Ball State? Hail from Hammond? Can’t get enough basketball?

Pick your favorite section of the Indiana Chant and record a video reading it by yourself or with a group.

Once you’ve recorded your piece, share it with the world using #IndianaChant. Be sure to tag @INHumanities on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.