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Native American Days 2014 will feature Native American arts and crafts, storytelling, games, food, dancing, singing, primitive weapons and children’s activities.
This year, the festival celebrates its 10th anniversary with the addition of more historical demonstrators and even more exciting family activities.
Come to the 14th annual Library of Congress National Book Festival, which will be held Saturday, August 30 from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. at the Walter E.
The 10th Annual Sweetgrass Cultural Arts Festival is designed to bring focus and attention to the endangered Gullah Geechee peoples history, culture, music, language and art form.
The South Carolina Book Festival is South Carolina’s premier literary event.
Portage County Cultural Festival.
The annual powwow brings together southeastern Native communities with local and university communities to experience a contemporary Native gathering, learn about Native traditions and gain better understanding of Mississippi's diverse cultures.
Each year, the Louisiana Endowment for the Humanities (LEH) honors Louisianians who have made outstanding contributions to the study and understanding of the humanities.
The Tokyo Story will be screened, and scholar Dr. David Larson will speak about "The Japanese Aesthetic of Simplicity."
The Natchez Literary and Cinema Celebration takes place 50 years after the United States Congress passed the Civil Rights Act, which prohibited discrimination in public places.
Winter History Festival -"The Civil War and the Women's Movement." John and Karen Devries will talk about the war and its culmination and aftermath.
The Arizona Humanities Council and the Phoenix Center for the Arts present the second Phoenix Festival of the Arts
The Virginia Festival of the Book is a 5-day festival of mostly free literary events that are open to the public as we honor book culture and promote reading and literacy.
A groundbreaking retrospective of the works of African American photographer Charles "Teenie" Harris (1908-1998)
To close out the Museum on Main Street tour of “New Harmonies: Celebrating American Roots Music” in South Dakota, the South Dakota Symphony Orchestra will perform the world premiere of
The Wisconsin Book Festival is a free, five-day program of public events that takes place every fall in downtown Madison, WI.
The Arizona Humanities Festival is a vibrant celebration of the humanities that engages the imagination, explores ideas, and excites people to learn more about the world we share.
Humanities Council of Washington, DC, hosts symposium on go-go, calypso, jazz, and classical music.
Humanities Council of Washington DC hosts an opening reception for "Voices of Change, Sounds of Freedom"
The West Virginia Book Festival brings people and books together in a two-day event that celebrates the Mountain State’s writers and brings authors from across the nation to Charleston, WV.
The 13th annual Humanities Montana Festival of the Book celebrates the literature of the West bringing over 70 authors to downtown Missoula.
The South Dakota Festival of Books celebrates its 10th anniversary this year welcoming new festival authors Roy Blount Jr., Heid Erdrich, Karl Marlantes and Will Hermes.
Join NEH at the 12th annual Library of Congress National Book Festival on the National Mall in Washington, DC
From September 13th through the entire month of October, the Utah Humanities Book Festival will feature hundreds of authors and presenters.
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