Nevada Humanities.

Explore. Experience. Engage.

Nevada Humanities provides opportunities for Nevadans to explore, experience, engage, and understand the world around them. We create programs and support projects that define the Nevada experience, feature local culture and heritage, and facilitate the investigation of ideas that matter to Nevadans and their communities.

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Help Us Enrich Nevada's Communities: Make a Gift to Nevada Humanities
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When we speak to people who support the work of Nevada Humanities they almost always talk about how our programs make them feel more deeply engaged in their communities, or how our programs have driven home ideas and perspectives about what it means to be a Nevadan. Join this amazing group of people by making your gift to Nevada Humanities today.

"I recognize that the economic future for Nevada is directly connected to our commitment to the Humanities.  I give my time and money to Nevada Humanities to help celebrate the great cultures of our state," says Tood Felts.
Writer and educator Christopher Coake believes that "the humanities aren't an abstract concept. By interacting with art, literature, music, and history, people can become better thinkers, better neighbors, better citizens. By bringing the best of the humanities to our state, by making our good life here...
NH Salon: Poets Discuss the Writing Process
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Nevada Humanities is pleased to present a hybrid Salon/poetry reading. Come talk with William L. Fox, C.S. Giscombe, and Elizabeth Robinson about where poems come from and how writing fits into their lives.  The evening will begin and end with readings from Robinson and Giscombe.

The Salon is free and open to the public.


Nevada Humanities Program Gallery
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Nevada Humanities Program Gallery hosts the exhibit "My Nevada: Viewpoints from Poets and Artists of the Silver State," from October 2 -- November 28, 2014.

This gallery exhibition of work by Nevada poets and artists celebrates the state's Sesquicentennial. This exhibit is part of the Vegas Valley Book Festival's recognition of the illustrated word.