Eleven updated itineraries from the original Ohio Guide give motorists the opportunity to enjoy Ohio’s small towns and scenic beauty away from the interstates. This new guide takes those routes and gives them a 21st century twist — as free downloadable audio tours.
OHC is looking to expand its Speakers Bureau to cover several new topics. Of special interest are OHC’s collaboration with the Smithsonian’s Museum on Main Street exhibit, Journey Stories, which is scheduled to appear in different location across Ohio in 2013 and 2014.
Columbus, Ohio – April, 2013: The Ohio Humanities Council (OHC) recently awarded grants to a variety of nonprofit cultural organizations across the state. These grants will support public programs that demonstrate how the humanities enrich our daily lives.
Starting July 1, 2013, the Ohio Humanities Council has new grant deadlines. Also, media project applications will be accepted twice a year. The preliminary deadline for drafts for the next major and media deadline is June 1, 2013. Contact a program officer with questions or ideas.
The Ohio Humanities Council offers a wide range of programs that enable all Ohioans to experience the illuminating insights that history, literature, philosophy and other humanities disciplines offer to connect what we learn with the way we live.