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Panelists at green|spaces considered the roles of jobs policy and education policy and the roles of various community sectors in meeting the challenges of Chattanooga’s future. 


Through a series of public events with the Bittersweet Harvest exhibit, the Center was able to reach new audiences and cultivate partnerships with community organizations and Latino churches and businesses. 

Grants from the Metro Arts Commission, TN Arts Commission, National Endowment for the Arts, and Nissan Foundation total nearly $100,000.

The Promise Land Community Club educates and inspires by hosting open conversations about race relations in America. 

As this article posts, elementary students from East Nashville are participating in one of the country’s most innovative summer reading programs.

Read all about our FY2014 programs, grants, supporters, and financial information. Thank you to everyone who helped us make 2014 a success! 

Every year, Humanities Tennessee provides up to six outstanding educators with awards of $3,500 for professional development and classroom resources.

"The Way We Worked" and "Bittersweet Harvest" travel to Nashville, Chattanooga, and Morristown.

Young historians from across the state gathered in Nashville on April 11th to compete in the 2015 Tennessee History Day Competition. 

Young writers from Memphis and Christiana shine in this year's contest. Congratulations to all nine winners! Read the winning letters here.

Visiting 3 high schools for this spring's Student Reader Day events, de la Peña talks reading, basketball, writing poetry, and finding your passion.

Humanities Tennessee is pleased to award 20 scholarships to community volunteers to attend the 2015 Tennessee Association of Museums (TAM) Conference in Jackson, March 18-20.

Do you know a young creative person that likes to write, has journals full of stories and poems, likes to practice songwriting or comic books? Mark your calendar for  two upcoming residential creative writing workshops.

On March 26, the internationally celebrated musicians played a very special, intimate show to benefit the programs of Humanities Tennessee. 

Requested amount for the National Endowment for the Humanities is a $1.9 million increase over current fiscal year.

Humanities Tennessee is pleased to welcome the Charlotte, TN-based organization as a partner.

The 27th annual Southern Festival of Books: A Celebration of the Written Word will take place October 9-11, 2015 at Legislative Plaza and the Nashville Public Library.   

The Salon@615 series is pleased to welcome authors Samantha Shannon and Daniel Handler to Nashville in February. 

Humanities Tennessee is pleased to partner with other local organizations to present the 2015 Nashville Reads program, featuring Between Shades of Gray by Nashville author Ruta Sepetys.

Watkins College of Art, Design, and Film and The Porch Writers' Collective are debuting projects partially supported by Humanities Tennessee’s grant program.

The new Chairman of the National Endowment for the Humanities, William "Bro" Adams, will announce his initiative, "The Common Good: The Humanities in the Public Square," on January 15th.

Outstanding Educator Awards are available for up to six full­time, 3rd-­12th grade Tennessee teachers who have demonstrated excellence in teaching the humanities. The final submission deadline has been extended to February 27th, 2015. 

Humanities Tennessee provides scholarships to volunteers to attend the Tennessee Association of Museums annual conference. This year's event is March 18-20 in Jackson, TN.

Our ongoing traveling exhibit, Bittersweet Harvest: The Bracero Program, 1942-1964, opens at the Kingston Public Library, February 23-March 31.