“Proud to Be” Volume Two Launch Event
Join us to celebrate the publication of the second volume of the “Proud to Be” military writing anthology with readings by and about veterans at two events November 15.
Opposing Major Cuts to NEH Funding
With Congress proposing to slash nearly half of the National Endowment for the Humanities’ funding, board member and Missouri educator Louis Riggs defends the necessity of the humanities in America.
Humanities Awards Keynote Speech by Dr. Gerald Early
Dr. Gerald Early delivered the keynote speech reinforcing the value of the humanities in the 21st century at the 2013 Missouri Humanities Awards April 17 in Jefferson City.
Civil War in Missouri
The Civil War in Missouri is a joint effort of the Missouri Humanities Council and the Missouri History Museum to provide a special traveling exhibit for communities across Missouri from 2012 to 2015. Developed by the Missouri History Museum, this traveling exhibit is a smaller, portable version of their major civil war exhibition by the same name. It’s now touring Columbia (Aug. 10 – Oct. 6), Kansas City (Oct. 26 – Dec. 22) and Kingston (Jan. 11 – March 9).
Ralls County, Missouri Heritage Driving Trail.
The Missouri Humanities Council is kicking off its support of heritage tourism projects throughout Missouri. Take a historic drive through Ralls County with a driving trail, brought to you by the Missouri Humanities Council and the Ralls County Historical Society. Learn more about the Ralls County Missouri, Heritage Driving Trail.
AAA MIDWEST TRAVELER Awards Missouri Humanities Council
The Missouri Humanities Council’s Museum on Main Street program is proud to announce it has been awarded Midwest Travel Treasure by AAA’s magazine, AAA MIDWEST TRAVELER. See the press release for more information.