Meet the team striving to create a vibrant Missouri where the humanities are accessible to all.
Over 50 years dedicated to helping Missourians explore the people, places, and ideas that shape our society.
The study of how people connect to the human experience through history, culture, and traditions.
A legacy of grantmaking and leadership. Read the magazine!
In-person community or statewide events, festivals, and symposiums.
Major grants, mini grants, and grant guidelines.
Programs, workshops, and anthologies promoting veteran stories.
Small Town Showcase and workshops for communities.
Center for the Book and reading programs.
Check our videos, podcasts, and TV.
Missouri Marvels considers our state’s role in the intricate relationship between discovery, innovation, and the human experience.
This 82-minute PBS documentary revisits the complex life of Helen Keller, who was deaf and blind, and used her celebrity and wit to champion rights for women, people with disabilities, and people living in poverty.