Georgia Humanities Grant Program

Posted: August 29, 2022

Deadline: September 30, 2022

Grantor: Georgia Humanities

Additional Information

Georgia Humanities awards program grants to support public humanities efforts across the state that are creative in their approach to organizing and delivering the knowledge and understanding of the humanities to the general public. 

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Grant-supported program models have included, but are not limited to:

  • Lecture series, public seminars, or panel discussions
  • Exhibitions (traveling or permanent) with related programming
  • Historic walking and driving tours
  • Living history programs
  • Author talks
  • Literary festivals
  • Workshops
  • Reading and discussion programs

Optional Application Preliminary Review Deadline: September 12


Georgia-based nonprofit organizations are encouraged to apply for grants of up to $2,500 to support humanities programs. Programs must involve at least one humanities scholar, bring the public together for discussion and exchange, and be designed for and open to public audience(s). Cities and counties are eligible to apply.


Georgia Humanities requires that all grant applicants demonstrate the capacity to match grant awards 1:1 through either cash or in-kind sources. 


For general questions or concerns regarding program grants, including for questions about specific project reporting requirements contact Jerald Crook at or 470.448.7827.

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