Local News - Hometown Humanities aplications are open


February 28, 2018

Press release

Hometown Humanities is a program of Humanities Montana that brings a year’s worth of free humanities programming and support for humanities projects to one Montana town.

In the past year, Humanities Montana has provided over 35 programs and supported multiple projects in Sidney, including a discussion series on diversity in Montana, readings and workshops with the Montana Poet Laureate, a community conversation on the importance of journalism amid charges of “fake news,” and a variety of programs designed for area schools.

  Do you want your town to be the next Hometown site? Tell us why through our online application. Any town with a population under 20,000 is eligible. We look forward to discovering our next Hometown!

  Visit our Hometown Humanities site at http://www.humanitiesmontana.org/programs/hometown.php for more information and a calendar of events and email Brooke at [email protected] with questions or requests.

Humanities Montana is the state’s independent, nonprofit state affiliate of the National Endowment for the Humanities. Since 1972, Humanities Montana has provided services and grants to hundreds of Montana organizations in support of public programs in history, literature, civil conversations, and public issues. Among its many programs are its grants, Montana Conversations, Speakers in the Schools, Hometown Humanities, Community Conversations, Letters About Literature, and the Governor’s Humanities Awards


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