Telling Kentucky's Story

Prime Time for Schools

Kentucky Humanities is proud to announce a grant award from the National Endowment for the Humanities to expand the Prime Time Family Reading Time program to 20 public schools during 2018 and 20 more in 2019. Applications are being accepted through January 31, 2018 to host Prime Time at your school in Spring 2018 or Fall 2018.

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Smithsonian Traveling exhibit: Hometown Teams

Kentucky Humanities is hosting an exhibit during 2017 and 2018. Hometown Teams will be touring from March 2017 through December 2018.

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Mary Carson Breckinridge Chautauqua available

Kentucky Chautauqua introduces a new character, Mary C. Breckinridge, portrayed by Janet Scott. Book this new presentation now.

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Episode 31 — David King, Part II
Host Bill Goodman is joined by author David King for a second installment on THINK HUMANITIES. A native of Woodford County, King earned a Masters from Cambridge, was a Fulbright scholar in Sweden, and taught European History at the University of Kentucky. This week, King provides insight to his other works including Death in the City of Light and Finding Atlantis: A True Story of Genius, Madness, and the Extraordinary Quest for a Lost World.

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Episode 16 — Contact Congress Today!

Kentucky Humanities has been Telling Kentucky's Story for more than 45 years. Through programs including Kentucky Chautauqua, Prime Time Family Reading Time, Kentucky Humanities magazine, Museum on Main Street, and the Kentucky Book Fair, we are sharing the humanities throughout the Commonwealth. One story at a time.

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