Each year the South Dakota Humanities Council awards grants to organizations that promote the humanities in South Dakota. Any non-profit organization, institution, or community group may apply. Grant proposals must focus on promoting the humanities as well as actively involve humanities professionals.
Discussion Programs (Major & Mini Grants)
Discussion programs are public presentations such as conferences, lectures, festivals, symposiums. Proposals over $1000 are accepted twice a year while proposals under $1000 are accepted on a rolling basis as funding allows.
Humanities Institutes for Teachers (Major Grant)
A Humanities Institute is an intensive one-week institute designed for teachers to learn about South Dakota’s American Indian culture and history. The institute must include scholarly discussion and offer graduate credit and/or continuing education credit for the participants. SDHC awards one institute per year for $20,000.
Media Programs (Major & Mini Grants)
A media program includes the use of mass media such as Web sites, books, exhibits, documentary films, and radio programs. Proposals over $1000 are accepted once a year while proposals under $1000 are accepted on a rolling basis as funding allows. This grant is capped at $7000.
Application Deadline: August 30
For more information, visit the South Dakota Humanities Council website: http://www.sdhumanities.org//grants_apply.htm
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