In local communities across Florida, humanities-rich programming is making a lasting impact in the hearts and minds of Sunshine State residents and visitors alike. Florida Humanities is proud to partner with local community champions to bring you high-quality public programming through Community Project Grants, Florida Talks, Museum on Main Street, Poetry Out Loud, Prime Time, and more.
Alert: Due to COVID-19 (Coronavirus), some events have been cancelled or postponed. We are working to ensure that our events calendar remains accurate. We strongly urge you to call the event contact for any program you are interested in to confirm that the event is still planned.
"Look" for Florida in this lecture of the many eccentric images that tell the story of our state. Strangers in a Strange Land explores Florida's art history and rich visual mythology. These images span centuries of time and attest to both the vivid imagination of the artists and the equally flamboyant narratives centered on our state. This program is a partnership between the Florida Humanities and the Key West Art
Explore the intersections of race, ethnicity, gender, and class in the lives of Latina women. The Treasures from Aztlan: Hispanic Women's Voices explores the intersections of race, ethnicity, gender, and class in the lives of Latina women-and how these intersecting oppressions affect women from marginalized communities. Dr. Dominguez-Karimi will discuss the history of the laws and practices that impacted Hispanics. This program is a partnership between Florida Humanities and the
Peggy Macdonald, Historian and Author, will examine several of the women who have shaped Florida, including Rachel Jackson, May Mann Jennings, Dr. Esther Hill Hawks, and Marjorie Harris Carr. This program is a partnership between Florida Humanities and the Historic Hernando Preservation Society. Funding for this program was provided by Florida Humanities and sponsored in part by the State of Florida, Department of State, Division of Arts and Culture, and
Hosted by Community Healing Project Inc, Part one kicks off a series of 8 discussions based on the literature of Alex Haley's "The Autobiography Of Malcolm X". The series will discuss the past 55 years in America in regards to social, political and racial advancements and their negative or positive effects on African American culture. The program is funded in part through a Florida Humanities Community Project Grant in partnership
This open forum, led by Nova Southeastern University faculty Dr. G. Nelson Bass and Dr. Ransford Edwards, along with Drs. Sallie Hughes and Calla Hummel, researchers with the University of Miami's COVID Observatorio Project, will be a constructive dialogue on the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on Latin American politics and economies. This program is funded in part by a Humanities Centers Grant through Florida Humanities in partnership with Nova