We are now taking nominations for Iowa's next poet laureate! The nomination process is open to the general public until July 1, 2018.
Humanities Iowa partnered with CARTHA (Collaborative Doers for Humanity) to produce a series of performances by Iowa Corridor Sangeet, a community collaborative that brings South Asian performing arts and artists to the Iowa Corridor in order to enhance th
Humanities Iowa partnered with Morningside College to bring historian, memoirist, essayist, playwright, and novelist Dr. Mohana Rajakumar to Sioux City for a two week residency. Dr.
January 2018 The National Mississippi River Museum & Aquarium and Humanities Iowa announce a $20,000 Council Conducted Partnership to support the Museum & Aquarium’s forthcoming exhibit, River of Innovation.
November 2017 Humanities Iowa is pleased to announce a $40,000 Council Conducted Partnership with the Siouxland Historical Railroad Association in support of their project celebrating the 100th Anniversary History of the Milwaukee Railroad Shops Historic District.
November 2017 Humanities Iowa is pleased to announce the recipients of its most recent major grant awards cycle: Title of Project: The Comparison Project Sponsoring Organization: Drake University, Des Moines Grant: $7,900