Tag Archives: Humanities Council of Washington

Humanities Council – 2011 Distinguished Service to the Humanities Awards

This Year’s Honorees Are: Professor Ira Berlin, American Historian Charles Fishman, Founder, DC Jazz Fest Tony Gittens, Director, Washington International Film Festival Philippa P.B. Hughes, Founder, PinkLine Project Sharon Percy Rockefeller, President and CEO, WETA TV/FM Howard Shalwitz, Artistic Director, Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company The evening’s program will … Continue reading

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Tonight’s Humanitini – ABC’s of DC: Americans, Blogs, and Culture

6PM Wednesday, August 10 at Tabaq (1336 U St, NW) Learn how anyone can tweet and blog their way to a career. Panelists include: president of the Social Media Club, Rachael King; Pink Line Project’s Philippa Hughes; DC blogger Prince … Continue reading

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The Humanities Council presents: Humanitinis

The Humanities Council is in the midst of a series of events called Humanitinis that blend happy hour and the humanities through panel discussions on popular issues. They will be held every Wednesday from July 20-Aug 10th. The last one … Continue reading

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Announcing the 2011 DC Community Heritage Project Grant Awards Ceremony!

Announcing the 2011 DC Community Heritage Project Grant Awards Ceremony! This year the following organizations will receive funding for projects aimed at preserving and disseminating the history and culture of Washington, DC neighborhoods. *    John Eaton Elementary School Home School … Continue reading

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Curious About Your Home’s Past? Let the Humanities Council Help!

Ever wonder… Who walked the halls of your District home before you? Are you curious about who designed the house you live in, or about how your neighborhood has changed over the years? Join our partner, the Humanities Council of … Continue reading

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