Each month, we introduce you to one of the chautauqua scholars and characters who will be featured during our upcoming summer tour of the state. This month, get acquainted with Dianne Moran, who will portray Indian captive Olive Ann Oatman.
In collaboration with the Smithsonian Institute's Museums on Main Streets exhibits, Ohio Humanities brought Journey Stories to Ohio beginning in 2013.
Ohio Humanities supports projects that apply the insights of the humanities to place-making activities. Designed to explore history, highlight culture, and foster appreciation of local assets, these projects often result in increased visitation.
Full-time position for statewide grant-maker located in Columbus, Ohio. Duties include representing organization to potential applicants, reviewing proposals, grants management. Additional responsibilities include developing and managing projects.
Ohio Humanities Speakers Bureau is one of our most popular programs and our speakers have traveled to every county in Ohio to present fascinating topics for organizations seeking quality programming. These programs are affordable and easy to arrange.
Are you planning an oral history project or just considering it, you should apply to attend this year’s Oral History Institute, June 3-5 on the beautiful campus of Kenyon College in Gambier, Ohio. The program trains participants in planning and conducting successful oral history projects.