On Monday, November 17, 2014, state agencies, project managers, researchers, stakeholders, and funders celebrated Rhode Island’s first comprehensive shellfish management plan at the University of Rhode Island. The Humanities Council was proud to join the celebration as a funder of Rhode Island’s Shellfish Heritage: An Ecological History, a resource created by the URI Coastal Institute to frame the Shellfish Management Plan within the history and culture of Rhode Island.
The Council recently awarded $12,000 in mini grants to the following projects…
Applying for a grant from the Council? Remember that Monday, November 3, at 5:00pm is an important deadline for both our Major and Mini Grants Programs. The Major Grant Program, for requests over $2,000, invites nonprofit organizations and schools to apply for funding in support of public projects, documentary films, and civic education initiatives beginning […]
The Council honored Morris Nathanson, Holly Ewald, Vartan Gregorian Elementary School PTO’s I WAS THERE Project, and John McNiff and announced a new strategic plan to guide the organization’s work at the 2014 Celebration of the Humanities on Thursday, October 9, 2014 at the Biltmore Hotel Grand Ballroom in Providence.
Join us to celebrate and support the people and projects that make Rhode Island a vital place to live and work at the Celebration of the Humanities on Thursday, October 9, 6:00-8:00pm, at the Biltmore Hotel.