North Carolina Humanities Council’s Banu Valladares To Receive Latino Diamante Award

North Carolina Humanities Council’s Banu Valladares has been selected to receive the prestigious 2016 Arts & Culture Latino Diamante Award for making significant contributions to the Hispanic community in North Carolina.

The award highlights her efforts in visual, literary, cultural or performing arts, media or communications which promotes artists or art programs in the Latino district.

2016 North Carolina Literary Hall of Fame Induction

SOUTHERN PINES—On Sunday, October 16, at 2:00 pm, the North Carolina Literary Hall of Fame will induct three new members.

Clyde EdgertonMargaret Maron, and Carl Sandburg will join the fifty-seven inductees currently enshrined, in a ceremony at the Weymouth Center for the Arts and Humanities in Southern Pines.

Lit Up: Celebrating the Power of Great Teachers

The North Carolina Humanities Council and the National Humanities Center present:

This VIP reception and program celebrates great teachers! Please join us and share this event with educators in your life and community.

North Carolina Humanities Council Awards Grants For Programs About Eexpierence of War

CHARLOTTE, NC (October 4, 2016) – The North Carolina Humanities Council has selected Guilford Native American Association, the Arts Council of Wilmington and New Hanover County and Hidden Voices as recipients of its Standing Together: The Humanities and the Experience of War grants program.

Humanities Grants Foster Understanding of War’s Effects on Military Personnel, Nation

CHARLOTTE, NC June 14 2016 --- The North Carolina Humanities Council (NCHC) is offering grants to organizations statewide to develop programs that enhance public understanding of the effects of war on American culture and military personnel.

North Carolina Humanities Council Call for Trustee Nominations

The North Carolina Humanities Council invites nominations for North Carolina Humanities Council trustees. Candidates must be North Carolina residents committed to advancing the North Carolina Humanities Council’s mission to serve as an advocate for lifelong learning and thoughtful dialogue about all facets of human life and to facilitate the exploration and celebration of the many voices and stories of North Carolina’s cultures and heritage.

Smithsonian Exhibition Exploring America’s Workforce Coming to North Carolina

The North Carolina Humanities Council invites cultural and civic organizations in the state’s rural areas to apply to host “The Way We Worked,” a traveling exhibition created by the Smithsonian Institution and part of its national Museum on Main Street project.

Humanities Council Trustees to Visit Blowing Rock

CHARLOTTE, NC / May 5, 2016 — For the first time in its 44-year history, the board of the North Carolina Humanities Council (NCHC) will hold a quarterly meeting in a community other than where the organization is based, convening at Blowing Rock Art and History Museum in Blowing Rock on May 19-20.

Benjamin Eagles Fountain Jr.

This week the North Carolina Humanities Council remembers the life and legacy of Benjamin Eagles Fountain, Jr., who passed away on March 12, 2016. Fountain was a long time educator in North Carolina and a member of our Constituting Committee from 1971–1972. Fountain also served as a trustee on the Council’s board for five years.

Pulitzer NC March 15 Program Postponed

**Pulitzer NC March 15 program change** Due to unforeseen circumstances, the March 15th program “Truth to Power: Democratizing Information” will not take place as planned. We are working to reschedule the program for as soon as possible. Please check for updates and for the calendar of other scheduled events in the Pulitzer NC: The Power of Words initiative.

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