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2014 Constituent Survey
This July, Humanities Montana’s board and staff will meet in Billings to conceptualize a strategic plan for the next five years. We invite you to inform that discussion by completing our 2014 constituent survey and sharing your perspectives on future programming, outreach, funding allocation and more.

2015 Governor’s Humanities Awards
Humanities Montana seeks nominations for the 2015 Governor’s Humanities Awards, to be conferred at a Feb 19, 2015, ceremony in the state capitol. Nominations should be sent to Governor’s Humanities Awards, Humanities Montana, 311 Brantly, Missoula, MT 59812. If you have questions, call 406-243-6022 or email.

Upcoming Grant Deadlines
Only four months into its fiscal year, Humanities Montana has already provided grant funding to 40 highly deserving projects. To ensure adequate funding is available in the latter part of the year, the May 20 grant deadline has been eliminated. The next deadline for regular, major, and film & digital media grant applications will be August 20. Opportunity Grant applications will be considered again beginning October 1.

On the MAP: All But the Waltz
In honor of Montana's 150th anniversary, Mary Clearman Blew's All But the Waltz: A Memoir of Five Generations in the Life of a Montana Family joins other distinguished titles on the Montana Authors Project, our site dedicated to linking stories to the state’s geography.

Taking Action: A Political History of Women in Montana

Diane Sands

Surveying the role of Montana women beginning with suffrage campaigns during territorial days, independent scholar and state representative Diane Sands explores the political work of diverse groups on behalf of women and families learn more here

support the humanities

Thanks to your generosity, Humanities Montana’s endowment has reached $100,000, providing us with additional funds for programs and grants all over the state. Please consider making a planned gift to our endowment to assure ever more opportunities for Montanans to learn and reflect together.

resources for teachers

Humanities Montana offers a wide variety of youth-oriented programs and opportunities, and we invite partnerships with teachers to extend and deepen our connections with Montana's young people. learn more here

montana center for the book

Humanities Montana is home of the Montana Center for the Book, an affiliate of the Center for the Book at the Library of Congress.


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