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#HumCitizen: Democracy and the Informed Citizen Salon Programs

Nevada

Select Locations, NV – [salons] Nevada Humanities will expand its Salon and Pop-Up Salon series in Reno and statewide, producing six regular Salon programs in Reno and six Pop-Up Salons in Las Vegas, Fallon, Elko, Ely, Mesquite, and Incline Village. (Public)

RESOURCE: O.N.E.

Nevada

Ongoing – [online] An online multimedia resource that contains articles, images, maps, and interactive media about the people, places, and events that have shaped Nevada. (Resource)

PROGRAM: Young Chautauqua

Nevada

Ongoing – [statewide] An award-winning youth program in which young scholars research and then portray historical figures in Chautauqua performances. (Performance)

PROGRAM: Vegas Valley Book Festival

Nevada

Ongoing – [Las Vegas] Founded by Nevada Humanities, the Vegas Valley Book Festival features authors from around the globe and a full schedule of panel discussions, book signings, readings, workshops, and other events. (Festival)

PROGRAM: The Salon

Nevada

Ongoing – [statewide] A gathering during which panelists and audience members converse about thought-provoking topics and ideas. (Conversation)

PROGRAM: The Laxalt Distinguished Writer Program

Nevada

Ongoing – [statewide] Established in honor of Robert Laxalt, this program inspires new generations of writers by providing opportunities for the public to converse with distinguished writers from around the nation. (Other)

PROGRAM: Nevada Humanities Awards

Nevada

Ongoing – [statewide] Every other year, Nevada Humanities presents four awards to recognize those organizations or individuals who facilitated opportunities for individuals to engage with the humanities. (Awards)

PROGRAM: Nevada Humanities Program Gallery

Nevada

Ongoing – [Las Vegas] The Nevada Humanities Program Gallery is home to a bi-monthly exhibition series that is designed to engage viewers in a dialogue about aspects of the Nevada experience. (Exhibit)

PROGRAM: Humanities on the Road

Nevada

Ongoing – [statewide] Humanities on the Road makes it possible for Nevada nonprofits and educational institutions to host a wide range of humanities-centered public presentations (Presentation/Lecture)

PROGRAM: Nevada Humanities Literary Crawl

Nevada

Ongoing – [Reno] During the Nevada Humanities Literary Crawl, Nevada authors perform live readings of literary works at venues throughout the Downtown Reno Arts Corridor (Other)

PROGRAM: Nevada Humanities Festival and Chautauqua

Nevada

Ongoing – [Reno] The Nevada Humanities Festival and Chautauqua features Chautauqua performances during which scholars/performers bring historical figures to life in theatrical monologues (Festival)

GRANT: NV Project Grants

Nevada

Mar. 10, 2018 – [deadline] Learn more about Nevada Humanities’ Project Grants that help organizations fund programs that facilitate the exploration of issues that matter to Nevadans and their communities (funding up to $5,000 available). (Grant Opportunity)

GRANT: NV Planning Grants

Nevada

Ongoing – [online] Learn more about Nevada Humanities’ Planning Grants, which help organizations plan humanities projects and/or prepare Project Grant proposals (funding up to $5,000 available). (Grant Opportunity)

GRANT: NV Mini Grants

Nevada

Ongoing – [online] Learn more about Nevada Humanities’ Mini Grants, which provide funding to Nevada organizations with immediate programmatic needs (funding up to $1,000 available). (Grant Opportunity)

OVERVIEW: Nevada Pulitzer Prizes Centennial Campfires Activities

Nevada

2016 to 2017 – [Archived] Nevada Humanities produced 24 events and one radio program that featured 13 Pulitzer Prize-recognized authors, journalists, and individuals. Events occurred throughout the state. (Pulitzer Prizes Campfires, State Overview)

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