Through Montana Conversations, Humanities Montana gives communities and nonprofit organizations the opportunity to book a rich variety of humanities-focused public programs to help individuals explore diverse ideas and issues. Program topics include the following categories: contemporary culture, literature, native peoples, nation and the world, and the arts.
Recently, a new set of programs on the topic of “Our Current State” became available. This series explores the big issues Montana currently faces including immigration, the environment, prejudice, and veterans’ experience.
Upcoming Montana Conversations programs:
- Kid Gloves and Brass Knuckles: The Life of Nancy Cooper Russell with Mary Jane Bradbury
- Hand-Raised: The Historic Barns of Montana
- Me and Martha: Intimate Reflections of Dora DuFran about the Real Life Calamity Jane with Mary Jane Bradbury
- Story-telling: Cultural Survival, Indigenous Cultures, and the Importance of Story with Joseph Grady
- Express to Speak
- See more here