February 14, 2022 — The Rhode Island Council for the Humanities seeks up to 10 Community Partners to participate in the development of the Rhode Island Civic Health Index, the first-ever data-driven report assessing the state of Rhode Island’s civic health. Community Partners, paid a fee of $750, will help to shape the development of the […]
The Rhode Island Council for the Humanities is pleased to announce $2,999 in mini grant awards from the November 2021 application cycle to support to support a public project and archival research. Read on for more details. Public Project Grants Westerly Armory Restoration, $1,000 to Accessing the Armory’s MuseumSupports increased accessibility of the second floor […]
January 11, 2022 – We are excited to finally share the report on Culture Is Key: Strengthening Rhode Island’s Civic Health Through Cultural Participation with our community. The Culture Is Key report focuses on the potential to help renew civic life through the practices of cultural organizations in communities. In the report, you’ll find a […]
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December 22, 2021 – The December meeting of the Council’s board of directors always includes a chance to reflect on the year and celebrate the holiday season with colleagues and friends. This year, though we gathered via Zoom (again), we reflected on a historic year of grantmaking and the variety of opportunities to find connection […]