Think Wyoming offers two new Humanities Grants.
CHEYENNE, Wyo. (Wyoming News Now) - Wyoming Humanities announced two new grant opportunities for the state to help Wyomingites delve into what makes Wyoming unique.
Applicants must come up with new and innovative ways to capture new audiences.
The first grant, funded by the Wyoming Humanities American Rescue Plan, is to supply relief to humanities organizations recovering from the pandemic. Most of the funds are for general operations support.
Two subcategories are for non-humanities organizations and non-profits that are interested in humanities work.
The three ARP granting cycles end Aug.15th, Sept.15th, and Oct. 15th.
The second grant, Wyoming Crossroads, is state-funded. These Grant cycles are due on Sept.30th, Dec. 31st, and Mar. 31st of 2022.
These grants are for unique collaborations and applicants from humanities and non-humanities organizations.
The four different grant categories include programming grants that include a public event, publication grants for print or online media publication, preservation grants that preserve historical narratives with public access, and digital mediums, including documentaries, short films, apps, games, or digital series.
“We want to expand our humanities network to include people that while they may not be a quote, unquote humanities focused organization. We want humanities in the state and so whoever wants to do that, lets find money for them,” said Chloe Flagg, Director Of Grants And Programs For The WY Humanities Council.
For more information on grants click here.
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