Kansas Humanities Council grants provide funding in support of the development and implementation of public humanities projects across the state.
Grant funding regularly supports the research and development of new museum exhibitions, oral history projects, short and full-length documentary films, special speaker series, reader’s theater events, the preservation of important artifacts, photographs and documents, radio programs, film and book discussions, lectures, podcasts, and other methods that can help Kansans connect with ideas, engage in discussions, strengthen our sense of place, and build community.
Funding is available to bring in skilled humanities scholars to lead TALK book discussions and Speakers Bureau presentations.
Funding available for oral history and research projects, collections care, and photograph digitization. Click for a special message about the Fall 2016 grant cycle.
Funding available for the creation of short documentary films, lecture series, museum exhibitions, and other humanities events. Click for a special message about the Fall 2016 grant cycle.
Community projects that engage citizens with the humanities and public policy. In partnership with the Eisenhower Presidential Library & Museum. Click for a special message about the Fall 2016 grant cycle.