Author Archives: Amy Kobeta

Accepting Applications for the DC Community Heritage Project

The DC Community Heritage Project puts the power of the past in the hands of the local historians who preserve, protect, and live it every day.  At the root of the DC Community Heritage Project are the philosophies of historic preservation and the power of the urban landscape to shape our cultures and our lives. Projects must demonstrate a connectedness to some aspect of DC’s geography or built environment with the best projects seeking to explore how the city’s buildings,

Humanities Vision Grant – March 13 Deadline approaching

Help us create exciting public humanities programs for the people of Washington, DC! HumanitiesDC’s Humanities Vision Partnership Grants provide financial and capacity building resources to community organizations interested in creating innovative interpretations of humanities scholarship for public audiences. Grantees are invited to create a publication, film, video, tour, exhibit, curriculum, website or other digital humanities project, archives, public programming, event, festival or other creative format in order to promote and preserve DC’s cultural history. Visit the Humanities Vision Partnership Grant page

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