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#HumCitizen: FRANK Talks – The spread of fake news

Arizona

Casa Grande, AZ – [discussion] Join us for a FRANK Talk on how to find the right prescription for healthy media consumption.

PROGRAM: WaterSim Arizona

Arizona

Sierra Vista, AZ – [training and workshops] To combat challenges of drought and climate change, Decision Center for a Desert City (DCDC) at Arizona State University has created a water simulation model, WaterSim Arizona, that uses water data to mimic the water supply for five distinct regions in the state of Arizona. Visitors to the Water/Ways exhibit can use the WaterSim Arizona kiosk to see the impact of their decisions as they balance water supplies and demand in their region. (Educators)

RESOURCE: Humanities Scholar Database

Arizona

Statewide, AZ – [resource] The Arizona Humanities Scholar Database is a resource for prospective grant-seekers and community partners that lists scholars available to work as consultants, speakers, or evaluators. (Public)

RESOURCE: The Ellis-Shackelford House

Arizona

Phoenix, AZ – [resource] The Ellis-Shackelford House was built in 1917 and is the last original structure of Central America’s Millionaire Row. Home to Arizona Humanities, the house is available to rent for meetings or receptions.(Public)

PROGRAM: AZ Speaks

Arizona

Statewide, AZ – [resource] AZ Speaks provides talented speakers on diverse humanities topics for nonprofits, libraries, educational institutions, K-12 schools, governmental and tribal entities, and to rural and urban communities. Road Scholars and Speakers in the Schools presentations cater to either adult or K-12 audiences.[Public)

GRANT: General Information

Arizona

Arizona Humanities supports innovative, community-based projects that use humanities disciplines to connect Arizonans to the cultures, peoples, and histories of the state and beyond. Visit the Arizona Humanities website to learn more about Project Grants and Mini Grants, eligibility requirements, and applications deadlines. (Public)

PROGRAM: FRANK Talks

Arizona

Statewide, AZ – [discussion] FRANKTalks are face-to-face conversations on issues of local and national importance. Discussions take place in local libraries led by rotating humanities scholars and experts on the topic. The program is produced in partnership with the Arizona State Library, Archives, and Public Records. (Public)

PROGRAM: AZ Humanities Awards

Arizona

Phoenix, AZ – [award] Each year, Arizona Humanities honors individuals, organizations, or businesses for their contribution to and advancement of the humanities. The public is invited to submit nominations and attend the annual festive awards event. (Public)

PROGRAM: AZ Museum on Main Street – Water/Ways

Arizona

Select locations, AZ – [exhibit] The Smithsonian exhibit Water/Ways travels to 12 Arizona rural communities through March 2020. Visit the Water/Ways exhibit, attend programs, and explore Arizona’s water stories! (Rural Communities)

PROGRAM: National Poetry Month

Arizona

Statewide, AZ – [workshops, presentations] Celebrate National Poetry Month with Arizona Humanities. Enjoy free programs and workshops across the state with local and national poets. (Public)

PROGRAM: AZ The Bill of Rights and You

Arizona

2016 – [Archived] Arizona Humanites brought copies of the 225th Anniversary of the Bill of Rights pop-up display created by the National Archives to 11 Arizona locations. (National Archives, Bill of Rights, Exhibit)

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