The Kansas Humanities Council is the only organization in Kansas solely dedicated to creating, supporting, and promoting the humanities as a public resource for all Kansans. Since 1972, KHC has been a partner and advocate for the cultural life of the state. KHC encourages communities to view their libraries, museums, arts centers, senior centers, and local service clubs as forums for ideas. Through programs and grant opportunities, KHC clarifies the connection between history, literature, ethics, and culture and the daily decisions that Kansans make on the job, at home, and in their civic life. Click here to learn more.
KHC is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization governed by a volunteer 22-member Board of Directors.