The Ohio Arts Council is conducting a statewide assessment on the status of arts and culture for Ohio residents. Our purpose is to better understand the ways in which the Ohio Arts Council can invest human and financial resources innovatively to best meet Ohio’s arts and cultural needs.
Ohio is filled with significant historic sites and remarkable natural resources. The humanities help draw attention to Ohio’s tourism assets by offering compelling stories and creating vital visitor experiences.
Several Ohio Humanities-funded projects have activities scheduled throughout the summer.
In recognition of the importance of the humanities in helping Americans to understand the experiences of service members and in assisting veterans as they return to civilian life, Ohio Humanities is pleased to issue a call for grant applications under a special initiative, Standing Together: The Humanities and the Experience of War.
The tent is packed away, and the troupe is once again scattered across the country. The 2014 tour was an amazing success, and Ohio Humanities is grateful for the support the program received across the state.
Ann Hagedorn has published again – this time exploring the privatization of the nation’s security apparatus. The Invisible Soldiers: How America Outsourced Our Security analyzes how private military and security companies became an industry that assists US troops in combat zones, guards embassies, and develops counterterrorism strategies.
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