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Call for Proposals: Humanities, Arts & Technology Festival at Art All Night

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Request for Proposals (RFP) A Humanities, Art, and Technology (HAT) Festival at St. Elizabeths presented in conjunction with Art All Night “Listen to the City” Saturday, September 26, 2015 HumanitiesDC will implement a HAT FESTIVAL at St. Elizabeths grant program using $10,000 in available funds.* Five $2,000 grants will be awarded to a Ward 7 or 8 non-profit organization for the purpose of engaging as a HAT FESTIVAL at St. Elizabeths presenter. (apply here: grantapplication.wdchumanities.org) Consideration will also be given to an

Discover the History of your Home during House History Day on August 15

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The DC Community Heritage Project House History Day will be held on Saturday, August 15. There are two workshops starting at 10 am and again at 1 pm. House History Day  gives community historians, of any skill or knowledge level, an overview of the DC Public Library Washingtoniana Division’s collection. Participants will learn how to research the history of their own home or any other historical property through sessions on: DC Maps - Led by historian and editor of the H-DC listserv Matthew

RSVP: Humanitini “Faith In Change” July 21!

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What role does the faith-based community play in shaping local and national public policy? Does religiously motivated activism ever become a First Amendment issue? A panel of balanced perspectives, including Rev. Donald L. Isaac Sr., Director, Office of Religious Affairs in the Office of the Mayor - will examine this provocative question. Join us, and add your perspective. Additional panelists to be announced. This engaging Humanitini will take place from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. at the Argonaut on H Street. RSVP below at no

HumanitiesDC is hiring ambitious interns who are ready to LEAD. – Learn more.

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Internship Opportunities  Who is HumanitiesDC? The HumanitiesDC (HDC) is an independent, non-profit affiliate of the National Endowment of the Humanities. It is one of 56 such councils found in every state and territory in the country. HDC offers grants to organizations and individuals for humanities projects aimed at enriching the lives of the people of Washington, DC. Additionally, HDC conducts Humanities programs and events throughout the District. The organization holds a substantial archive of projects produced throughout its 30 years