Explore the place where science, art, and the humanities meet.
Challenge yourself with MHC’s content-rich professional development opportunities.
A national reading-writing contest offered by the Center for the Book in the Library of Congress--get your students involved!
Create, plan, run, and evaluate a humanities-based program or event within your community.
A foreign policy speakers series, offered free of charge to public Maine libraries.
MHC's Veterans Program offers book groups and related programs to Veterans.
A free brown bag lunch series offering a presentation and discussion on a humanities theme.
A national award-winning reading and discussion program for health care professionals.
In 2013-14, the MHC gave out $107,938.75 in grant funding.
Here’s how the numbers played out.
Maine towns received grants
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Featured news & announcements
Mar 3, 2015
Executive Director Hayden Anderson was interviewed for an article in Indian Country Today highlighting Donald Soctomah, 2015 recipient of the Constance H. Carlson Prize. This is the Maine Humanities Council’s highest honor, and is awarded to an individual, institution, or group in recognition of exemplary contributions to public humanities in... read more
Jan 22, 2015
2015 Prize Luncheon March 30, 2015 | 12:00pm | Richard E. Dyke Center at Husson University, Bangor. During an awards luncheon on Monday, March 30, 2015, the MHC will present Donald Soctomah, tribal historian for the Passamaquoddy tribe, with the Constance H. Carlson Public Humanities Prize. The Prize honors... read more
Mar 2, 2015
Hugh has moved on to his 27th Maine library! For a hint, take a look at this map of all the participating libraries. To submit a guess, please post as a comment on any of MHC’s social media sites. Correct responses will be entered into a raffle drawing for a set... read more
Feb 25, 2015
Hugh’s 26th mystery site was the Acton Public Library! From the library: “Our little one-room library used to be a one-room school house! We help carry the tradition of the Boston Post Cane, have a large, framed map of York County dated 1856 by J.L. Smith and Co. and... read more