Events to Watch
Explore a range of contemporary topics with thinkers and writers, artists and activists, and more.
The Largest Grantmaking Year in Mellon’s History
Twenty Puerto Rican Writers Receive the Inaugural Letras Boricuas Fellowship
November is Native American Heritage Month: Change-Making Projects in the Arts and Humanities
Time Sensitive Episode 52: Elizabeth Alexander on Moving Forward in the Face of Adversity
National Arts and Humanities Month: From Climate Change to Racism, the Arts Can Save Us
Giving Done Right Season 2, Episode 6: The Arts and a Just World
Video: How the Humanities Can Save Humanity
#NAHM Feature: Can the Arts and Humanities Save the World?
The Big Problem with America’s Monuments
Video: Monumental Conversations: What We Found When We Analyzed America’s Monuments
Who Do American Monuments Honor the Most? A Landmark Study Finally Has Answers.
Newly Released “National Monument Audit” is the First Accounting of our Nation’s Commemorative Landscape