Subtitle 2022 Major Grant Recipients

City of Hermann – 

$1,850 : City of Hermann Caboose Museum Conductor Statue

Marais des Cygnes Society – 

$8,735 :Der Besen, das Brot, der Zucher, das Salz

The Action Art Collaborative – 

$2,200 : A New Play about Percy Green

Washington County Commission – 

$9,250 : the Wonders of Washington County MO

Lincoln University – 

$4,050 : Community Accelerator

Jazz St. Louis – 

$10,000 : 2022-2023 Whitaker Jazz Speaks

Forest Grove Cemetery Project – 

$4,600 : Pages of History

A Red Circle – 

$10,000 : Back to School with Books

Missouri Council for History Education – 

$5,000 : Fifteenth Annual Best Practices in History Education

John William Boone Heritage Foundation – 

$10,000 : Blind Boone Ragtime Concerts

Bollinger County Library – 

$5,000 : Save our History

University of Central Missouri-History  – 

$10,000 : Historic Missouri: Curating and Providing Public Access

Greater St. Louis Area Council Boy Scouts  – 

$5,600 : Tomahawk Trail Augmented Reality Experience

The State Historical Society of Missouri  – 

$10,000 : National History Day

Park University – 

$7,000 : The Nisei Project: Honoring the 80th Anniversary Of Park College

Missouri Sports Hall of Fame  – 

$10,000 :  Revitalizing the Hall of Fame through New Exhibits

City of Charleston – 

$8,000 : Books in Bloom Charleston

Trail of Tears Association  – 

$10,000 : Trail of Tears Geo-referenced, Ineractive, Multilayered, Online Map of the Northern Route in Missouri

Lindenwood University – 

$2,500 :  Improving Digital Humanities Pedagogy in St. Louis

Missouri Sports Hall of Fame – 

$2,500 :  Website Refresh and Redesign-Bringing the Museum to the Public

Drury University – 
$2,000 :  Black History Summer Academy
Kaleidoscope Discovery Center – 

$2,000Magician in Session: The Art and Science of Magic

Prism Theatre Company – 
$2,500 : Spotlight on…Festival of New Works
The Educated Citizen Project – 

$900 : Civics for Servant Leadership, an Initiative of the Educated Citizen Project

Contemporary Art Museum – 

$1,900 :  Regarding (RE): Art and Humanities Lecture Series

Veterans Museum of St. Charles – 

$1,947Interviews with Heroes-Our Military Veterans

Bread & Roses – 

$2,500 : ACTION: Newplay Production

Circus Harmony – 

$5,000 : Architecture & Acrobats

City of Hermann – 
$10,000 : City of Hermann Caboose Museum Conductor Statue
COCA – 

$5,200 : COCA Writers

Prison of Performing Arts – 
$6,000 : Connection Points: The Intersection
Friends of Pharis Farm – 

$4,000 :  Experiencing a Historical Documentary

French Colonial American – 

$7,020 : French Colonial History

Global Ties KC – 

$5,000 :  Global Ties KC Youths

Drew Lewis Foundation – 

$9,545 : Indigenous Cultural Awareness & Educational Workshop

Missouri Civil War Museum – 

$10,000 :  New Permanent Museum

Ragtag Film Society – 

$3,050 : Show Me Series

St. Louis Poetry Center– 

$6,000 :  Mary Refle: Erasures

Cass County Historical Society, Inc. – 

$2,500 :  American Conflicts in Uniform

Curators of University of Missouri, Columbia – 

$2,500 :  Confluences: Religious Diversity in Missouri, the first 200 Years

St. Louis County Parks – 

$700 :  Junior Historian Activity for St. Louis County Parks

Saint Louis University – 

$2,500 :  An LGBTQ History Month of Healing with Humanities with The Justice

Missouri State University – Research Administration – 

$2,500 :  Public Access to a Private Neoplatoic Library: Digitizing the Johnson Library Card Catalog

Sappington House Museum – 

$2,500 :  Big Stories from a Small House: Researching New Audiences

Clay County African-American Legacy, Inc. – 

$2,500 :  Liberty African American Legacy Memorial

Will Mayfield Heritage Foundation – 

$2,500 :  Saving Our History – Sharing Our Story Will Mayfield College 1878 – 1934 Video

University of Missouri – Kansas City Foundation – 

$2,500 :  Eight Day in April: The Story of the 1968 Kansas City Uprising Opening Event

Creative Exchange Lab – 

$2,500 :  Monument/Anti-Monument

St. Louis Dance Theatre DBA The Big Muddy Dance Company – 

$2,500 :  Black, Brown, and Beige Discussion Series

Lindenwood University – 

$2,500 :  Digital Humanities: Immersive Realities

Missouri Botanical Garden – 

$2,310 :  Grafting the Grape

Tennessee Williams Festival – 

$2,500 :  Interpretive Commentaries and Scholar’s Conference

Muskrat Society – 

$2,500 :  Missouri River Heritage Museum and Interpretive Center

The Missouri Symphony – 

$1,000 :  MOSY Motifs

Shakespeare Festival St. Louis – 

$2,500 :  St. Louis Shakespeare Festival’s Council of Scholars

Metro Theater Company – 

$2,500 :  LaOruga Muy Hambrienta Espectaculo: The Very Hungry Caterpillar

Oregon-California Trails Association – 

$2,275 :  Crossroads at Wilson’s Creek: The Butterfield Oerland Stage

Wentzville Community Historical Society – 

$2,250 :  Wentzville 150

Rockhurst University – 

$2,500 :  ArtOberfest

Puppetry Arts Institute – 

$2,500 :  Missouri Birthday Bash

Red Star Intertribal Gourd Dance Society – 

$2,360 :  17th Annual Ancestors Gourd Dance and Pow Wow

Drury University – 

$1,900 :  Rebuilding Civility

Missouri Historical Society – 

$2,500 :  Native American History for Homeschool and Traditional PreK-12

Mid-Continent Public Library- Administration Office  – 

$2,420 :  The Story Center History Trunk: Woodneath in the Twentieth Century

Sikeston Cultural Development Corporation – 

$2,350 :  4th Grade Interpretative Historical Tour

Curators of the University of Missouri KBIA Radio  – 

$2,500 :  You Don’t Say conversations series; and Missouri on Mic mobile audio booth

Webb City Farmers Market – 

$743 :  Roots Celebration

Benton County Tourism  – 

$2,000 :  Benton County Barn Quilt Trail