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01 Aug

Kentucky Humanities to Celebrate 50th Anniversary at the Paducah Convention & Expo Center

To celebrate its 50th anniversary, Kentucky Humanities, in partnership with American Queen Voyages, the Kentucky Tourism, Arts, and Heritage Cabinet, the culinary arts program at West Kentucky Community & Technical College, and Paducah Bank, will host four esteemed chefs who will not only demonstrate their favorite “river recipes” but relate the stories behind the food and how cuis...

01 Aug

Prime Time comes to Albany

 Kentucky Humanities, in cooperation with the Steele-Reese Foundation and the Kentucky Department for Libraries and Archives, will bring an award-winning family literacy program to Albany August 9th.   Prime Time Family Reading will meet at 5 p.m. Tuesdays from August 9 to September 13, at the Clinton County Public Library, 302 King Drive in Albany. Th...

31 May

Kentucky Humanities to Celebrate 50th Anniversary at the Louisville Free Public Library

To celebrate its 50th anniversary, Kentucky Humanities, in partnership with the Kentucky Tourism, Arts, and Heritage Cabinet and the Louisville Free Public Library, will host Louisville’s own musical group Linkin’ Bridge in conversation with inspirational speaker and humanities scholar Aminata Cairo on Friday, July 15th at 6:30 p.m. (EDT). The group will discuss storytelling ...

20 May

Dr. Benjamin Fitzpatrick joins Kentucky Humanities Board of Directors

Dr. Benjamin Fitzpatrick has been elected to serve on the Kentucky Humanities board of directors.    During his term on the 23-person volunteer board, Dr. Fitzpatrick will help set policies, award project grants to community organizations, and participate in fundraising to help meet the growing demand for Kentucky Humanities’ programs. Based in Lexington, Kentucky Humani...

20 May

Libby Parkinson joins Kentucky Humanities Board of Directors

Libby Parkinson has been elected to serve on the Kentucky Humanities board of directors.    During her term on the 23-person volunteer board, Parkinson will help set policies, award project grants to community organizations, and participate in fundraising to help meet the growing demand for Kentucky Humanities’ programs. Based in Lexington, Kentucky Humanities and its co...

26 Apr

Kentucky Humanities Now Accepting Applications to Host Smithsonian Traveling Exhibit

Kentucky Humanities invites museums, libraries, and historical societies in towns of fewer than 20,000 residents to host the Smithsonian Institution traveling exhibit, Spark! Places of Innovation.    Beginning June 2023, Kentucky Humanities will bring the Smithsonian Institution's Museum on Main Street traveling exhibit, Spark! Places of Innovation, to six Kentucky commu...