Planning Resources

Cultural programs come in many forms. Here is a non-exhaustive list of program formats that Ohio Humanities grantees use to present interpretive content:

  • History/heritage panel exhibition (without objects)
  • Gallery/museum exhibition (with objects)
  • Digital gallery display, kiosk.
Public Presentations:
  • Conference for general public audiences
  • Lecture for general public audiences
  • Panel for general public audiences
  • Facilitated conversation for general public audiences
  • Exhibition catalogue
  • Brochure
  • Cultural map/Heritage trail guide
Digital Platforms:
  • Website
  • App
  • Searchable digital archive with interpretive content
  • Video: Digital/Film
  • Audio: Podcast/Radio
Interpretive Performances:
  • Living history
  • Spoken word
  • Period performance
K-12 Educator Enrichment Programs:
  • Continuing Education Seminars
  • Web-based resources