Saturday, January 27, 2018 — Reading Across Rhode Island, the state’s only One Book, One State community read program, kicked off its 16th season with the 2018 selection The Hate U Give by Angie Thomas, a novel inspired by the Black Lives Matter movement. A capacity crowd of teachers, librarians, community book group leaders and […]
Congratulations to the most recent mini grant awardees, the first of the FY18 funding cycle. The Council is pleased to announce five awards, totaling $9,100 to the following public humanities projects. Public Projects: Pawtucket School Department, $1,100 to Generation Citizen (Pawtucket 2018) Funds support the development and implementation of a middle school action-civics curriculum […]
As we start a new year, the Humanities Council is looking for a full time Operations Officer to join our dedicated and enthusiastic staff. This is a unique opportunity for a forward-looking manager to have an impact across the Council’s programs and partnerships.
Reading Across Rhode Island, Rhode Island’s One Book, One State community read program kicks off its 16th year by inviting everyone to join in the reading of The Hate U Give by Angie Thomas. Reading Across Rhode Island is a program of the Rhode Island Center for the Book at the Rhode Island Council for […]
Over the past six years, in cooperation with the Rhode Island Foundation (RIF) and the Rhode Island State Council on the Arts (RISCA), the Rhode Island Council for the Humanities has collected information from our grantees via the Cultural Data Project, now called DataArts, to help us better understand the health and economic impact of […]