This festival is designed to introduce the art of storytelling at Hampton’s grassroots levels in order to make storytelling a viable part of the city’s culture.
Supported in part by Virginia Humanities, The People’s Recorder is a podcast on the Federal Writers’ Project (FWP) and its lasting impact on American history, arts, and culture.
Five nonprofits in Floyd, Charlottesville, Hampton, and Fairfax each received $5,000 in June of 2023.
Join Red Hill-Patrick Henry National Memorial and Dr. Jim Ambuske for a live virtual discussion with author Flora Fraser on her latest biography, “Pretty Young Rebel: The Life of Flora MacDonald.”
This new exhibition features artwork from the Tribal Truths Podcast’s logo competition, submitted by Indigenous artists with winning entries selected by Virginia tribal leaders.
The Columbia Pike Documentary Project is a team of photographers and storytellers whose work captures the evolving life of Arlington County’s historic Columbia Pike corridor.
Virginia Humanities Grants staff invite you to join us for a free virtual worksho with Rich Borenstein and Sherri Staples of Cinebar Productions.
Hampton Roads youth poets will gather on Saturday, April 29 for the finale of “ImmortALL,” a performance poetry program where oral history shared by elders is translated into original youth spoken word art.
Join Stratford Hall for a pay-as-you-wish program highlighting the history of some of the enslaved communities at Stratford Hall. Historical interpreters Willie and Hope Wright, Harold Caldwell of Colonial Williamsburg, …
This celebration will feature the exhibit “Ancestry 100: Churches,” which tells the stories of the African American churches in Powhatan from the 1800s to today.