News

Leadership Maryland recently announced that Lindsey Baker, Executive Director at Maryland Humanities, has graduated from the hands-on learning program.
December 12, 2022
"Crossroads: Change in Rural America", a traveling Smithsonian Institution exhibition, is now open at the Oxford Museum on the Eastern Shore. The museum serves as the second venue of a five-stop tour of the state, presented through Maryland Humanities’ Museum on Main Street program.
December 6, 2022
Maryland Humanities announces a total of $500,000 in general operating funding for 50 Maryland nonprofit organizations ($10,000 per organization).   Recipients of a grant from the organization’s SHINE (Strengthening the Humanities Investment in Nonprofits for Equity) Program.
December 2, 2022
Maryland Humanities welcomes seven new members to the the organization's Board of Directors. They hail from Baltimore County, Howard County, Montgomery County, Somerset County, and St. Mary’s County.
October 20, 2022
One Maryland One Book 2022 Author Naima Coster appeared on the WYPR show, Midday, to talk about WHAT'S MINE AND YOURS. The tour kicks off October 2.
September 30, 2022
Angela Roberts of the Frederick News-Post interviewed our One Maryland One Book 2022 Author, Naima Coster. The Author Tour kicks off October 2: Coster will visit Frederick on October 4 at 7:00 p.m.
Southern Maryland Newspapers the opening of our Museum on Main Street tour, CROSSROADS: CHANGE IN RURAL AMERICA, on Serenity Farm in Benedict. This is the tour's first stop in Maryland.
Maryland Humanities is pleased to welcome three new staff members. Alexandra Cenatus joins the team as Director of Programs; Aditya Desai as Program Officer in charge of literary programming; and Lou Williams as Operations Manager.
September 1, 2022
One Maryland One Book author Naima Coster will visit five counties and Baltimore City October 2–5 to speak about her book, "What's Mine and Yours."
August 18, 2022
"Crossroads: Change in Rural America", a traveling Smithsonian Institution exhibition, is opening at Serenity Farm in Benedict on September 8. The farm serves as the first venue of a five-stop tour of the state, presented through Maryland Humanities’ Museum on Main Street program.
August 8, 2022