Learn How to Facilitate Community Conversations On April 12 and 13, 2023 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. in The People’s Building, 9995 E Colfax Ave, Aurora, CO 80010, we will host
THE FIVE STATES OF COLORADO
Revealing the historic development of a population as diverse as the land itself. In 1861, the U.S. Congress carved Colorado’s boundaries representing no river, mountain range, tribe, or language group to enclose
COLORADO BOOK AWARDS
Submissions are open for the 2022 Colorado Book Awards!
CHANGING THE LEGACY OF RACE & ETHNICITY
These community conversations are designed to dive deeply into how we might change the legacy of race.
Are you thinking of applying for a Colorado Sustaining the Humanities through the American Rescue Plan grant? Applications open soon! Sustaining the Humanities through the American Rescue Plan (COSHARP) grants
HISTORY LIVE DURANGO
A community round-table of organizations work together to plan this annual month-long series of events.
These experienced, engaging local authors are available to come to your cultural center or school.
HIGH PLAINS CHAUTAUQUA
Enjoy education and entertainment presented through a unique combination of theatre and history.
COLORADO POET LAUREATE
Award-winning poet Bobby LeFebre uses words to empower and forge connections.
Help your children be better communicators by implementing these family reading practices.
BLACK HISTORY LIVE
A prominent African American scholar portrays an important historical figure during this February tour.
CHANGE IN RURAL COLORADO
Loving Our Land Colorado Humanities and the Regional Economic Development Institute at Colorado State University offer a series of free, online conversations about the challenges and opportunities facing rural Colorado. Loving Our
Engage with, and discover humanity in, significant historical figures during these compelling portrayals.
Students become scholars, combining research, history, language arts, and drama to develop a presentation.
GREAT LIVES IN COLORADO HISTORY
33 bilingual biographies of local historical figures written for elementary readers by Colorado teachers.
Write to relieve stress, get creative, or prepare for publication.
This online tool is your comprehensive and interactive source of reliable information on the state of Colorado.
LATINO HERITAGE LIVE
We aim to foster understanding by partnering to develop a program individually tailored for your community!
HISTORY SPEAKERS BUREAU
Consider choosing from this catalog of Chautauqua scholars for your next event.
MUSEUM ON MAIN STREET
Starting this fall, the Smithsonian Institution's traveling exhibition is coming to Colorado communities.