Mellon continues to distribute additional funds to help shore up struggling arts and cultural organizations and higher learning institutions.
National Poetry Month at 25
20 Poets. 10 Poems. 25 Years of National Poetry Month.
April 21, 2021
Shared Experience Blog
A Legendary Poet's Home Becomes a Sanctuary for Young Artists
April 6, 2021
Claudia Castro Luna Maps Washington State and its People Through Poetry
Watch: Pride, Poetry, and Power
Shared Experiences Blog
Mellon at 50: Cultural Leaders Who Are Telling a Fuller American Story
Carpetbag Theatre's "Stories that Validate and Strengthen Us"
How Museums Are Deepening Their Commitments to Native American Perspectives
In Focus: Bryan Stevenson at the National Memorial for Peace and Justice
Watch: On the "Exhilaration, Survival, and Beauty" of Bill T. Jones's "D-Man in the Waters"
Mellon at 50: Arts, Humanities, Higher Education, and Just Societies
How the Humanities Can Bridge the Political Divide
You Can't Count if You're Not Counted: Exhibition Explores Census in NYC
Radcliffe is Reshaping Our Understanding of the Fight for Suffrage
Community Archives Empower through Access and Inclusion
In New Hampshire, Community Colleges Foster a New Generation of Humanities Scholars
Taking the Long View on Academic Leadership: Historian and Case Western Provost Ben Vinson III