Bridging Oregon and Dear Stranger are starting conversations about the places we call home.
In 2018, Oregon Humanities shared more stories, started more conversations, and engaged in more partnerships than ever before.
A new fellowship program pairs promising journalists with Pulitzer Prize finalists to explore Oregon stories.
Gustavo Gutierrez-Gomez makes it his mission to get people together.
We're now accepting submissions of art for the Fall/Winter 2019 issue of Oregon Humanities, a retrospective of outgoing editor Kathleen Holt's favorite stories from past issues, and for features, essays, and excerpts for the Spring 2020 issue on the theme "Union."
Our work bringing people together across difference depends on the support of the National Endowment for the Humanities. Here's how you can help protect federal funding for conversation, connection, and reflection.
Join our team of idealistic, collaborative, and creative people who are committed to bringing Oregonians together across differences, beliefs, and backgrounds.
In 2017, the Oregon Humanities board of directors awarded $60,000 in grants to thirteen nonprofit organizations from around the state in support of programs that bring people together to think and talk about challenging issues and ideas.