A Utah Humanities grant provided support for a timely and sensitive discussion, Sacred Land Sacred Waters, on the preservation of the Bears Ears National Monument. The discussion was in collaboration with Utah Diné Bikéyah and Repertory Dance Theatre. Image courtesy of RDT.
Grants Provide Support for Projects that put Humanities Ideas into Action and Improve Communities
Our grants are designed to support projects and programs that directly involve the humanities and that engages a community for the purpose of improving it.
We are a proud supporter of local communities, grassroots activities, tradition, and innovation. Our grant categories provide invaluable financial support to help bring educational programs, interpretive exhibits and activities, local history projects, oral history projects, media projects, and more around the state. In the past three years, Utah Humanities has provided over $250,000 in grants to 107 organizations located in 27 cities.
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