Celebrating Jewish Culture and History in November

SC Humanities has sponsored several programs studying Jewish history and culture that will take place in November 2015 in communities around the state. The 2015 Columbia Jewish Film Festival, the 2015 Spartanburg Interfaith Scholar-In-Residence program, and the Greenville Jewish Federation’s program “Testimony to the Human Spirit” were all supported with Mini Grants awarded in September … Read moreCelebrating Jewish Culture and History in November

NEW Fast Track Literary Grant Now Available

SC Humanities is pleased to announce the launch of a new category of grant available to nonprofit organizations and public institutions in South Carolina. The Fast Track Literary Grant is intended to support new or existing public literary programs such as (but not limited to) writers series, festivals, conferences, workshops, or writer’s residencies at schools. … Read moreNEW Fast Track Literary Grant Now Available

SC Humanities Announces New Themed Request for Proposals on “The Common Good”

In an effort to support projects that demonstrate the critical role the humanities play in our public life and in understanding contemporary issues, SC Humanities has launched a new statewide Request for Proposals (RFP) titled “South Carolina: The Common Good.” SC Humanitiesseeks proposals from interested institutional or nonprofit applicants that use humanities scholarship to engage … Read moreSC Humanities Announces New Themed Request for Proposals on “The Common Good”

Tragic Affairs Abroad – Reading and Discussion Series

The Aiken County Public Library will be presenting an original Let’s Talk About It series titled “Tragic Affairs Abroad” from October 2015 – March 2016. This reading and film discussion series features the timeless intersection of romance and tragedy in great literature. The series will become a part of the permanent Let’s Talk About It … Read moreTragic Affairs Abroad – Reading and Discussion Series

Lowcountry Rice Culture Forum

The Georgetown County Library and Athenaeum Press at Coastal Carolina University will host the 2015 Lowcountry Rice Culture Forum, an event that draws enthusiastic participants to different places in our southern coastal region every other year. This year’s forum explores the significance of rice cultivation in the south and its legacies by focusing on the … Read moreLowcountry Rice Culture Forum