Events

The Regional Humanities Networks (RHN) serves as a space where organizations from different sectors can come together to share resources, discuss challenges, and find solutions. In the past we conducted listening sessions to learn directly from our partners about their most relevant issues and explore opportunities based on their expressed needs. These findings inform our efforts to adapt outreach, build trust, and intentionally engage with diverse communities. 

We are now expanding our RHN efforts by working with a number of different collaborators and experts to develop as well as implement a wide variety of technical assistance and capacity building opportunities for cultural organizations throughout the state. These workshops will provide targeted technical assistance for organizations, offering resources and tools on best practices, techniques to enhance stewardship, promote networking and offer case studies for successful implementation.

We will place an emphasis on providing free instruction and support to nonprofits, modeled upon our Museum on Main Street capacity building program and informed by the recent success of conducting our Developing Culturally Sensitive Programming web series with capacity building workshops that will facilitate deep engagement with nonprofits on a wide variety of topics. 

These workshops will provide targeted technical assistance for organizations, offering resources and tools on best practices, techniques to enhance stewardship, promote networking and offer case studies for successful implementation.