Humanities Montana invites you to an evening celebration of the humanities! Join us at the Miles City Public Library on Thursday, September 7, from 6-8 pm, as we celebrate 45 years of making a difference for Montanans.
This community gathering will be hosted by Chris Hopkins and will include a presentation from scholar and writer, Ken Egan, about historic Miles City in the 1800’s. Connect with your community and enjoy delicious food at the Miles City Humanities Celebration and support Humanities Montana as we continue to provide programs to the citizens of our beautiful state.
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.
At this time, we are not booking any new Montana Conversations or Speakers in the Schools programs that occur before November 1. Programs already booked will go forward as planned. To find out which humanities events we have scheduled in your community, please check our calendar.
Having awarded $30,000 in Opportunity Grants since November 1, we have put these grants on hold until October 1 (for projects beginning November 1 or after).
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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
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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.