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The Humanities Festival & Gatherings Grant provides resources to nonprofit organizations interested in creating relevant, diverse, and unique public humanities programs for the people of Washington DC through the execution of Festival/Events/Meetings/Conferences. The funding will support in person, virtual or hybrid projects (as long as they comply with local and Federal guidelines).
The festival/event/meeting/conference must be open to the public and includes some portion of free or discounted programming.
A successful application will identify opportunities to support programming for Washington, DC communities that will advance, celebrate, and encourage dialogue within the humanities disciplines.
Grants Coordinator: Tracey Mullery
This grant is part of the “Humanities Grant Program,” an initiative funded by the DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities.