Funding for the Arts & Humanities – A Workshop with NEA & NEH
The National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) provides grant funding in 4 different categories for organizations like Georgetown. Do you know what they are? In addition, the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) currently has 38 grant funding opportunities on topics ranging from digital humanities to endangered languages. What are the 36 other topics that they support? What program(s) could potentially support the work / research that you do?
Join us on March 19 in the Library’s Murray Room for Funding for the Arts & Humanities – A Workshop with NEA & NEH to learn the answers to these and other questions. NEH will be represented by Russell Wyland, Deputy Director, and NEA will be represented by Amy Stolls, Director of Literature. In addition to providing an overview of the types of grants and projects that their respective institutions support, they will also answer your questions about programs and grant management as well as how you can get involved in serving as a peer reviewer.
This workshop will be offered in two parts: the morning session (10:00 - noon) will focus on NEH, and the afternoon session (1:00 - 3:00) will focus on NEA. Between sessions, we invite you to join us for lunch with our NEH and NEA representatives.
You may choose to attend the morning or afternoon session, or both. This event is free, but registration is required.