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News & Highlights
Watch the 2013 Pennsylvania Humanities Awards
More than 100 guests, including PHC board members, supporters, statewide arts and humanities leaders,
cabinet members and elected officials attended the 2013 Pennsylvania Humanities Awards. This inaugural
PHC fundraising ceremony and reception was held on Monday, October 7, in the Pennsylvania Statehouse
Main Rotunda and broadcast on the Pennsylvania Cable Network (PCN) in celebration of PHC's 40th
anniversary and National Arts and Humanities Month. To learn more about the award recipients and to
watch the awards ceremony, visit the 2013 Humanities Awards.
Discover Something New with Commonwealth Speakers
PHC is pleased to announce that we are offering our current speakers' presentations through 2014. Commonwealth Speakers is a great opportunity to share conversations and ideas with scholars, artists and storytellers. Our current roster features more than 50 speakers offering programs on topics like the African American Experience, The Civil War Era, Folk and Traditional Arts and World Culture. Eligible non-profits can now apply for events that will take place from November 1, 2013 through October 31, 2014. Read more about commonwealth speakers.
PHC in Action!
Moonstone Arts Center's Voices of Women
PHC Speaker Bill Wine Takes a Seat at The Roundtable on Ideas Matter on WAMC
Connect with Us
Theatre Horizon's 2013-14 Diverse Reading Series
Women's Voices - Women's Lives in Yiddish Song
Key Moments in American Musical Theatre History