Applications to participate in Bridging Oregon are now open to people who live in and around the Columbia River Gorge. Apply by March 10 and join others in a conversation series about important topics for your community.
Yoko Ikeda shares her experience with Bridging Oregon, a monthly conversation series that explores the idea that we're divided as a state and asks how we can come together to create stronger, more resilient communities.
The Oregon Community Foundation and Oregon Humanities are instituting a significant new fellowship program for emerging to midcareer Oregon-based artists. Beginning in 2019, OCF and OH will work together to award four Fields Artist Fellows $100,000 each over a two-year period.
Once each year, Oregon Humanities’ volunteer board of directors awards Public Program Grants between $1,000 and $10,000 in support of programs across Oregon that get people together to think and talk about challenging issues and ideas.