An independent affiliate of the National Endowment for the Humanities










Sorry. This website requires you to have javascript enabled and Flash Player 8 or higher.

Please, click here to install.
Arkansas Hummanities Council
$SITE_TITLE

News

Teacher Workshop with Crescent Dragonwagon

October 22 2012

"If You Have the Honey and Other Adventures in Falling in Love with what You Do, Despite .... Everything" ...

Teacher of the Year Award

October 5 2012 Arkansas Humanites Council board member Shelina Warren, who is Chair of the Department of Social Studies at Jack Robey Junior High School ...
All news »

Articles

New Board Members Elected

November 30 2010

Twenty four directors oversee the council's programs, policies, and finances.  The Governor appoints six directors, and the ...

All articles »
$SITE_TITLE
$SITE_TITLE
$SITE_TITLE

Exhibits

ABOVE AND BENEATH THIS WORLD - NATIVE AMERICAN ROCK ART AND COSMOLOGY IN THE ARKANSAS RIVER VALLEY

Consists of 24 21" x 42" panels that when set-up creates an exhibit 12 panels long and 84" tall with images on both sides of the panels.  Comes in two shipping cases that have wheels.

This exhibit includes photographs of various Arkansas Native American Rock Art found at sites in the Arkansas River Valley in western Arkansas with detailed information about some of the images.

Read more »

What are the Humanities?

The humanities include the study of history, literature, ethics, philosophy, language, and the various legal, cultural, religious, and folk traditions – past and present – that define the human condition. Through the humanities we remember our history and envision our future. Reading, writing, storytelling, research, and many forms of public dialogue and conversation are central to the humanities and at the core of what we do at the
Arkansas Humanities Council.



Read more »
Grants Mercury How to Support AHC Newsletter
$SITE_TITLE
Grants » Resource Center » Funded Projects » Calendar » About us » How to Support AHC » Newsletter
© Copyright Arkansas Humanities Council, 407 President Clinton Avenue, Suite 201, Little Rock, AR 72201, Phone: (501) 320-5761, Fax: (501) 537-4550

Web Services by ArkansasWeb.com