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Next Mini Grant Deadline
Friday, July 15th

Do you have an idea for a humanities project in Arizona? Apply for up to $2,000 to support public programs in Arizona. The next Mini Grant Application deadline is Friday, July 15th at 5:00pm AZ time.

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Announcing New
Storying Arizona Grant

Storying Arizona is a one-time $10,000 grant opportunity to engage Arizonans in community-centered storytelling programs and create resources for local history and culture. Application deadline is September 1, 2016.

LEARN ABOUT STORYING ARIZONA
What are the
humanities?

The humanities give us knowledge of the past, insight about the present, and wisdom for the future. The humanities teach us about others and help us to know ourselves.

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Learn about our
Grant Opportunities

Discover opportunities for your organization with Arizona Humanities and learn how to write a competitive grant application at these free workshops and webinars. Join us for a workshop about the new Storying Arizona special initiative.

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Grantee Highlight:
Sheep is Life Celebration

Learn about this important festival that celebrates traditional, historical, and contemporary Navajo shepherding and weaving culture in Tsaile, AZ.

LEARN ABOUT SHEEP IS LIFE

Grants

We support innovative, community-based projects that use humanities disciplines to connect Arizonans to the cultures, peoples, and histories of the state and beyond.

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Programs

We offer programs in big cities and small towns across the entire state of Arizona.  Explore, share, and experience humanities programs happening in your neighborhood!

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Sustain the Humanities

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.

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