Current Initiatives
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#HumCitizen: Arkansas and The Media – The Future and Relevance of Journalism in Our Democracy


Select Locations, AR – [lecture, panel] A series of public lectures and community discussions exploring questions relating to the future of journalism, its role in local communities, and how to define news literacy in the era of fake news. Events will be in Fayetteville, Jonesboro, Little Rock, and Magnolia. (Public, Students)

GRANT: General Information


The Arkansas Humanities Council offers a variety of grant opportunities. Visit the council’s website to learn more about the types of grants offered, eligibility requirements, and application deadlines. (Public)

PROGRAM: Hometown Teams


2017 – [Multiple Locations] A traveling exhibit exploring small town sports teams across America. (Exhibit)

RESOURCE: Arkansas Humanities Council Resource Center


Ongoing – [statewide] A collection that includes exhibits, VHS, slide/tape programs, CDs, and DVDs, and other resources. (Resource)

PROGRAM: History Day in Arkansas


June 2017 – [statewide] Supported by the Arkansas Humanities Council, The History Day in Arkansas involves collaboration between teachers, students, historians in colleges and universities, museums, historical societies and archives. (Award, Contest)

OVERVIEW: Arkansas Pulitzer Prizes Centennial Campfires Activities


2016-17 – [Archived] To celebrate the Pulitzer Prizes centennial, the Arkansas Humanities Council hosted a series of lectures on Pulitzer Prize winners with Arkansas connections and a summer teacher institute. (Pulitzer Prizes Campfires, State Overview)

PROGRAM: AR The Bill of Rights and You


2016 – [Archived] A pop-up kiosk exhibit for Arkansas organizations that commemorated the 225th anniversary of the Bill of Rights. (National Archives, Bill of Rights, Exhibit)