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PROGRAM: Crossroads in America

Georgia

Various locations, GA – [exhibit] Crossroads: Change in Rural America, a Museum on Main Street exhibition will tour the state of Georgia in 2019 and 2020. Museum on Main Street is a partnership with the Smithsonian Institution that provides small and rural communities access to Smithsonian traveling exhibitions. (Rural Communities).

#HumCitizen: Media Literacy 101

Georgia

Atlanta, GA – [panel, guide, digital] A series of three public programs to take place in 2019, conducted in partnership with the Atlanta Press Club and the Grady College of Journalism and Mass Communication at the University of Georgia, will offer citizens of Atlanta the opportunity to examine and better understand today’s complex media landscape through bringing together local reporters with Pulitzer Prize-winning journalists. (Public, Students, Educators)

GRANT: General Information

Georgia

Through a competitive process, Georgia Humanities offers grants to nonprofit organizations seeking to foster connections between people and ideas. Previously funded projects include walking tours, exhibitions, author talks, lecture series, and literary festivals. Visit the organizations’ website for grant guidelines, eligibility, and application deadlines. (Public)

PROGRAM: Governor’s Awards for the Arts & Humanities

Georgia

Statewide, GA – [award] Nominations accepted until the end of July for the Governor’s Award in the Arts and Humanities which honors individuals and organizations that have made contributions to Georgia’s cultural vitality. (Public)

PROGRAM: Decatur Book Festival

Georgia

Decatur, GA – [festival] The largest independent book festival in the country with a Humanities Track of author and panel discussions sponsored by Georgia Humanities. (Public)

PROGRAM: Book Publishing Partnerships

Georgia

Ongoing – [online] A partnership with the University of Georgia Press and others to publish books vital to the understanding and history of the state. (Resource)

PROGRAM: Talking Service

Georgia

Ongoing – [statewide] A reading and discussion program for veterans that focuses especially on the transition from military to civilian life. (Reading & Discussion)

PROGRAM: GA PRIME TIME Reading Time

Georgia

Ongoing – [statewide] A nationwide program developed by The Louisiana Endowment for the Humanities that addresses illiteracy and low-literacy using humanities as a tool to create excitement about reading. (Reading & Discussion)

PROGRAM: National History Day in Georgia

Georgia

Statewide, GA – [competition] A regional, state, and national competition that pulls students out of the textbook to learn about history firsthand. (Youth/Teen, Educators,K-12)

RESOURCE: The New Georgia Encyclopedia

Georgia

Statewide, GA – [online] An online resource that presents a portrayal of people, places, and events that shaped Georgia. (Public)

OVERVIEW: Georgia Pulitzer Prizes Centennial Campfires Activities

Georgia

Ongoing – [online] To celebrate the Pulitzer Prizes centennial, Georgia Humanities created an online database highlighting important journalistic endeavors that impacted the modern civil rights movement in Georgia. (Pulitzer Prizes Campfires, State Overview, Resource)

PROGRAM: GA The Bill of Rights and You

Georgia

2016 – [Archived] A pop-up kiosk exhibit that went to 10 Georgia organizations commemorating the 225th anniversary of the Bill of Rights. (National Archives, Bill of Rights, Exhibit)

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