TOPEKA – Humanities Kansas recently awarded $925 to InterUrban ArtHouse in Overland Park to support “Emergence: Explorations of Queer Culture.”
“Humanities Kansas values projects that explore the diverse experiences of the people of Kansas,” said Julie Mulvihill, Humanities Kansas Executive Director. “This panel will provide space for LGBTQIA+ individuals to share their individual perspectives and explore their community’s history and culture while engaging the public in dialogue and critical thought.”
About Humanities Kansas
Humanities Kansas is an independent nonprofit spearheading a movement of ideas to empower the people of Kansas to strengthen their communities and our democracy. Since 1972, our pioneering programming, grants, and partnerships have documented and shared stories to spark conversations and generate insights. Together with our partners and supporters, we inspire all Kansans to draw on history, literature, ethics, and culture to enrich their lives and serve the communities and state we all proudly call home. Visit humanitieskansas.org.