Category Archives: GrantEE News

Illuminate Hidden Stories Through Our Humanities Vision Partnership Grant 

HumanitiesDC is opening applications for their ongoing Humanities Vision Partnership Grant Program providing financial and capacity building resources for innovative interpretations of the humanities.   Formerly known as the Open Humanities Grant, the Vision Partnership Grant Program encourages applicants to share their unique perspectives on settled scholarship. HumanitiesDC’s Humanities Vision Grant has created space for ground breaking insight into the cultural tapestry of our Nation’s Capital. Past grant recipients include the National Building Museum for their Investigating Where We Live study and the Greater Washington Urban League for their exploration of Black Georgetown.  Applicants may request between $5,000 and

Our “DC Writers’ Homes” Launch was the House Warming We’ve Always Wanted

Not everyday do you get the chance to meet your favorite author, let alone visit their home. This past Thursday (Nov. 29th), however, we were granted access into the lives and living rooms of Washington DC’s most celebrated writers…virtually, that is. Dc Writers’ Homes is a project created by authors Kim Roberts and Dan Vera. The HumanitiesDC sponsored study documents the homes of literary authors who once lived in the greater DC region. With over 340 novelists, poets, playwrights and memoirists

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