Thrilled to share the news that the SDHC received a grant from Michigan Humanities to support next year’s Century of Progress LGBTQ 🏳️🌈 timeline exhibit! Thank you to Michigan Humanities and the National Endowment for the Humanities for this support.
We recently announced the recipients of this year's fall Humanities Grants, which total over $170,000 in support. Congratulations to these 13 organizations from across Michigan! We can't wait to see the humanities-based projects that you have planned.
Saugatuck-Douglas History Center — "Century of Progress: A Timeline of Saugatuck-Douglas LBGTQ History"
The King House Association — "King House Timeline Exhibit"
Traverse City National Writers Series — "The Thanksgiving Play performance and discussion with Native American playwright Larissa FastHorse"
Alma College — "Three Nights at the Opera"
Museum of Ojibwa Culture — "Honoring Our Hometown Native American Heroes"
Northern Michigan University — "The Decolonization Exhibition"
Ferris State University — "Preservation and Exhibition of the Bruce Davidson Photo Collection"
Midland Center for the Arts — “Midland County Historical Society Oral History Project”
The Temple Theatre — "Wonderfully Made: The Artis Family Collection of African American Art"
Saginaw Valley State University — "Two Exhibitions Centered on Michigan’s Contributions to Hip Hop and Architecture"
Marygrove Conservancy — "Digitizing Marygrove’s Defining Detroit Collection"
Planet Detroit — "(RE)Storying Agency: (RE)Mapping and (RE)Imagining the Terrain of Metro Detroit"
WNIT Public Television — "A Story of the Pokagon Band of the Potawatomi"
Read the full release and find additional details at: https://www.michiganhumanities.org/michigan-humanities-awards-over-170000-for-cultural-programming/