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Past Grants Awarded

Explore the Mass Humanities funded projects awarded from 2000 to the present.  Browse by grant type, city, region or keyword.  Subscribe to our newsletter and receive news when grants are awarded.  

 
 
Project Grant
Walpole, MA, Norfolk County (Southeast)

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Production grant for a 90-minute documentary about the G-Clefs, one of the few remaining rhythm and blues groups from the 1950s that is still performing with its original members.

Center For Independent Documentary
Walpole, MA, Norfolk County (Southeast)

project director: Abby Freedman
awarded on: 1999-11-16
amount: $15,000
Project Grant
Brookline, MA, Norfolk County (Greater Boston)

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Production of a two-hour film and related website on the history and social consequences of China's Cultural Revolution (1966-1976).

Long Bow Group, Inc.
Brookline, MA, Norfolk County (Greater Boston)

project director: Carma Hinton
awarded on: 1999-11-16
amount: $25,000

A free lecture series for adult audiences exploring selected major themes from the writings of Emerson and Thoreau: individualism, environmental vision, land use, and the relationship between science and nature.

Concord Museum
Concord, MA, Middlesex County (Metrowest Boston)

project director: Judith H. Stern
awarded on: 1999-11-16
amount: $1,565

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awarded on: 1969-12-31
amount: $1,234

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An online virtual tour of 5 exhibits presented by Westford Academy Museum club members (students from the local public high school) presenting virtual tours to third graders.

Westford Museum
Westford, MA

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amount: $1

Digital resources that will share humanities content from the landmark exhibition Titian Reunited: Women, Myth, and Power via the Gardner website and social media.

Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum
Boston, MA

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awarded on: 0000-00-00
amount: $5

A series of educational and thought-provoking films of Deaf and hard of hearing youth exploring issues facing their communities. The films will be shown to youth and adults in Boston and surrounding towns, followed by moderated discussions between Deaf and hearing youth to encourage deeper understanding.

DEAFinitely, Inc.
Newton, MA

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awarded on: 0000-00-00
amount: $5

Interactive, multi-sensory musical workshops for audiences who are blind or visually impaired. Teaching artists will develop remote, 90-minute interactive lecture discussions before each of our monthly encore viewings of past productions online, with a focus on interpretation and appreciation for each new opera we make available to stream on demand.

Guerilla Opera
Boston, MA

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awarded on: 0000-00-00
amount: $3

A Community Curator Fellow will oversee virtual community outreach with Boston’s Black LGBTQ community. The fellow will hold Zoom-based focus groups, solicit feedback and submissions to a timeline of Black LGBTQ history, and create a guide for undertaking community outreach activities remotely.

The History Project: Documenting LGBTQ Boston
Boston, MA

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awarded on: 0000-00-00
amount: $5

A website archive/virtual tour of the Gwo?dziec Synagogue Project, by converting of a 3-D digital rendering of the Gwo?dziec Synagogue roof and ceiling into a virtual tour video, and the building of a website portal for contextual history, process and material research information related to Gwo?dziec Synagogue and other 17th century wooden synagogues of the Polish Lithuantian Commonwealth.

Handshouse Studio
Norwell, MA

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awarded on: 0000-00-00
amount: $5

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