Human Ties
Connecting across physical distance

Join us online for:
Fierce Females: Women in Art

Please join us on Friday, September 4th at 5 pm for our next Humanities to Go Online presentation. Art historian Jane Oneail will tell us about “Fierce Females: Women in Art.” Register here
Ideas on Tap: Voting in America
Ideas on Tap, our series of "pint-sized conversations about big ideas" returns on September 15th at 6 pm with “Voting in America: The Good, The Bad, and The Absent” in collaboration with the New Hampshire Institute of Politics and the Grappone Center for the Humanities at Saint Anselm College. Register here for this free, online program.

In the meantime, please check our events calendar for more virtual programs hosted by our Humanities to Go partners HERE.
Read the latest issue of Humanities magazine from our partner the National Endowment for the Humanities. The online version of this issue has features on the lessons of the 1918 pandemic, the rise of wilderness vacations in the Gilded Age, and other news about humanities projects nationwide.
Connections program manager Mary Nolin reads Who Says Women Can’t Be Doctors?. This book, written by Tanya Lee Stone and illustrated by Marjorie Priceman, tells the story of Elizabeth Blackwell. Mary designed activities to accompany the book suitable for all age and literacy levels, which are available HERE.
Listen to NHPR’s The Exchange: Live from Home on Tuesday, September 1 at 7pm for an online conversation about mental health and COVID-19. Laura Knoy will be joined by mental health experts to discuss how to respond to crisis and the major life changes brought on by the pandemic.
In lieu of our well-known Annual Dinner, New Hampshire Humanities is pivoting to a celebration delivered virtually from The Rex Theatre in Manchester on Thursday, October 22 at 6 pm. We invite you to share in a unique experience highlighting the hope and resilience of the human spirit through New Hampshire Humanities' only fundraising event. Please click HERE to learn more!
Apply for a "Mini Grant" to support your event or series!
Next deadline is September 1

Through our Community Project Grant program, museums, colleges, libraries, historical societies, theatres, and other cultural/civic nonprofits around the state can apply for a Mini Grant of up to $1,000 to support single events or short series. Apply today! More information
Rebecca Kinhan
Communications Director

In the The Lonely Palette podcast, host Tamar Avishai picks a single piece of artwork and interviews unsuspecting museum passersby to describe what they see and think about the piece, weaving in fascinating background information about the artist, the period, and amusing anecdotes. Enjoy the episodes!
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