Events Calendar

Explore our city’s upcoming humanities events from performances and lectures to celebrations and multi-media experiences. These public events are created and hosted by either HumanitiesDC, our grantees or local partners. To submit an event for consideration, contact eyussuf@humanitiesdc.org.

Grants General Information Session (In-Person)

Dorothy I. Height/Benning Neighborhood Library 3935 Benning Rd NE, Washington, DC

This session will provide an overview of all open grant opportunities to help you decide which is right for you. Bring all questions and concerns and a HumanitiesDC staff member […]

Free

Grants General Information Session (In-Person)

Lamond-Riggs/Lillian J. Huff Neighborhood Library 5401 South Dakota Ave NE, Washington, DC

This session will provide an overview of all open grant opportunities to help you decide which is right for you. Bring all questions and concerns and a HumanitiesDC staff member […]

Free

Grants General Information Session (In-Person)

Dorothy I. Height/Benning Neighborhood Library 3935 Benning Rd NE, Washington, DC

This session will provide an overview of all open grant opportunities to help you decide which is right for you. Bring all questions and concerns and a HumanitiesDC staff member […]

Free

Grants General Information Session (Virtual)

HumanitiesDC Lydia on H, 1427 H St NE, Washington, DC 20002, Washington, DC, MD

This session will provide an overview of all open grant opportunities to help you decide which is right for you. Bring all questions and concerns and a HumanitiesDC staff member […]

Free

Literary Conversations: Memoir

PEN/Faulkner Foundation 6218 Georgia Ave NW, Unit #1062, Washington, DC

Memoir opens windows into lives, granting readers access to deeply personal narratives. Whether they reflect our own experiences or challenge us to engage with new ones, the best memoirs enhance […]

$50

Breaking Ground: Mayfair/Paradise Community History Celebration

The Cesar Chavez Public Charter Schools for Public Policy 3701 Hayes St NE, Washington, DC

Celebrate and honor Black Washington, DC residents driving affordable housing development in the 1940’s, including trailblazing architect Albert Irvin Cassell (1895–1969). Display the pride of being part of the legacy […]

Free

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