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NEH Chairman Jon Parrish Peede to Attend Historical Symposium at Little Big Horn College

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Humanities Montana is an independent nonprofit organization that provides grants and programs on history, literature, Native American cultures, and more all over the state of Montana.

NOW HIRING

Humanities Montana is seeking a full-time development director. Applications due September 17.

NOTICE: Having awarded $30,000 in Opportunity Grants since November 1, 2017, we have put these grants on hold until October 1 (for projects beginning November 1 or after).

RED LODGE and its surrounding communities are this year's HOMETOWN HUMANITIES program recipients..

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BIG SKY READS

$500 stipends available for book clubs in rural communities

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Congratulations to the 2019 awards recipients:

  • Stephenie Ambrose Tubbs
  • Ellen Crain
  • Tami Haaland
  • Thomas McGuane
  • Elizabeth McNamer
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GRANT SPOTLIGHT:

Native Filmmaker Initiative

Big Sky Film Institute

$4000

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Image from What Was Ours courtesy of Alpheus Media

Humanities Montana recently awarded the Big Sky Film Institute a $4000 grant for their Native Filmmaker Initiative, a program designed to support the careers of Native filmmakers, to provide a platform for Native perspectives to be shared with diverse audiences, and to educate Montana youth about contemporary and historical indigenous issues through nonfiction film. The initiative provides career-building opportunities for underrepresented artists to pursue filmmaking as a vocation, and to proliferate Native perspectives by providing a platform for indigenous stories in theaters and schools.

Read about more grant offerings by Humanities Montana here.

THE

INFORMED

CITIZEN

A new catalog of programs encouraging all Montanans to explore the role of journalism in a democratic society.

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SPOTLIGHT ON...

THE WRITER'S VOICE

2017 Montana Center for the Book

Prize Winner

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Montana's Poet Laureate

LOWELL JAEGER

now offering new

readings, discussions, workshops

& classroom opportunities

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Montanans will thrive in the twenty-first century with the skills and knowledge that a humanities education provides.

- Governor Steve Bullock

THE MONTANA AUTHORS PROJECT

featuring

American Copper

by Shann Ray

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Humanities Montana is Montana's independent, nonprofit affiliate of the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH). For 50 years, NEH has strived to provide leadership and funding to the best in humanities research, preservation, digital development, education, endowment-building, films, exhibitions, and public programming.