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19 April 2013
The board of directors of Oregon Humanities has named a new executive director of... More
17 January 2013
On January 16, 2013, Cara Ungar, who has served as executive director of Oregon... More
05 September 2012
Oregon Humanities gratefully acknowledges the supporters who made gifts in 2011.... More
07 November 2010
Here’s a short film of the Wheel of Cogitation at the Mississippi Street Fair,... More
27 September 2009
You’ve heard about the name change. You’ve seen the website and the first short... More
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Adam Davis Named New Executive Director
The board of directors of Oregon Humanities has named a new executive director of the organization: Adam Davis, who comes to OH from Chicago, where he is the director of the Center for Civic Reflection. He will officially assume his duties August 5.
Davis will be the fifth director of Oregon Humanities since the organization’s founding in 1971. He succeeds Cara Ungar, who left in February to pursue other interests.
As director of the Center for Civic Reflection—a national... Read more
19 April 2013 | Permalink | Comments? (0 so far)
Executive Director Transition at Oregon Humanities
On January 16, 2013, Cara Ungar, who has served as executive director of Oregon Humanities since 2007, announced her decision to leave the organization to pursue other opportunities.
The board of directors, led by Chair John Frohnmayer, will immediately begin a search for the next executive director of the organization.
“The past six years have been thrilling, challenging, and rewarding,” Ungar says. “I’m proud of the work we’ve accomplished in guiding the... Read more
17 January 2013 | Permalink | Comments? (2 so far)
2011 Annual Report
Oregon Humanities gratefully acknowledges the supporters who made gifts in 2011. Their generosity allows Oregon Humanities to connect Oregonians to ideas that change lives and transform communities. To view our annual report, please use the embedded reader or download a PDF at the link below.
05 September 2012 | Permalink | Comments? (0 so far)
Watch the Wheel of Cogitation Work Its Magic
Here’s a short film of the Wheel of Cogitation at the Mississippi Street Fair, produced by John Cardenas. Thanks again to Jelly Helm, Chris Rhodes, and Lloyd Winter for shaping our idea for a conversation wheel into a real, live, beautiful work of art. We’re taking the wheel to the Business for Culture and the Arts Breakfast of Champions in mid-November, but sign up for our e-newsletter (at left) to find out about its future public appearances.
07 November 2010 | Permalink | Comments? (0 so far)
Oregonian newspaper feature tells story of Oregon Humanities' new branding campaign
You’ve heard about the name change. You’ve seen the website and the first short film. Now, read the Oregonian newspaper article that tells the story of how Jelly Helm helped transform the Oregon Council for the Humanities to Oregon Humanities.
27 September 2009 | Permalink | Comments? (1 so far)
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