40th anniversary celebrations, including recognizing 37 Humanities Heroes and conducting HM’s first endowment-building campaign, 40 at 40.
HM hosts “We the People: Conversations on the Montana and U. S. Constitutions” in Helena, bringing together scholars, citizens, justices, and Constitutional Convention delegates to honor the 40th anniversary of Montana Constitution.
Hometown Humanities launches in Miles City.
Record attendance at HM Festival of the Book, featuring a gala reading with Ivan Doig, David Quammen, and Pam Houston and outtakes from the film “Winter in the Blood,” supported in part by HM grants.
Record number of grants—75—awarded, many going to smaller communities and organizations.
Speakers in the Schools program reaches 30 schools.
Julie Dial and Samantha Dwyer present “Humanities Work!” at National Humanities Conference in Chicago.
Communications refresh with redesigned website and promotional materials.