The National Humanities Center has been celebrating National Arts & Humanities Month in a variety of ways.
All month we’ve been sharing arts and humanities “bucket list” items from Center staff and members of the Center’s Teacher Advisory Council on our Twitter account. Please go have a look at some of the things people have shared and share your own dream arts and humanities experience.
This month we are also highlighting the work of three of this year’s Fellows whose projects are focused on examining the work of African American creators, looking to expand our appreciation for African American composers, writers, and visual artists.
Finally, at the end of the month we’ll be welcoming Congressman David Price to the Center for a visit. Congressman Price not only represents the North Carolina district where the National Humanities Center is located but also has helped protect and nurture humanities research, teaching, and public access as co-chair of the Congressional Humanities Caucus for many years.