Listen to ghost stories with a historical twist! Wear your spookiest costume and enjoy snacks, arts and crafts, a free book giveaway, storytelling, and other family activities. FREE and FUN for families and kids!
After inheriting a box of 100 love letters written by her father during WWII, Jan Krulick-Belin set out on a five-year journey to discover the father that died when she was just 6 years old. Listen as she shares her story of determination, love, family and the unbreakable bond between fathers and daughters.
Project Grant Letter of Intent Registrations are due November 1st. Storying Arizona full applications are also due November 1st. Please read more about each grant type and requirements on our Grant Opportunities page.
Arizona Humanities and the Walton Sustainability Solutions Initiatives and School of Historical, Philosophical and Religious Studies at Arizona State University are pleased to announce an exclusive Arizona tour of Water/Ways, a traveling exhibition from the Smithsonian Institution.
This is the second program of a three part series that examines the impact of the 1966 United States Supreme Court decision Miranda v. Arizona, which popularized the “you have a right to remain silent” legal warning.
Arizona Humanities programs are an investment in Arizona’s citizens and communities – because lifelong learning enriches our shared cultural experience and helps us all become better and more thoughtful citizens of our state, our nation, and the world.