Humanities

27th Annual Governor’s Lecture Speaker – NY Time Bestselling Author Candice Millard

Civic Engagement, History, Humanities, Statewide, Uncategorized

A free public event at the Lied Center   Bestselling author Candice Millard will deliver the 27th annual Governor’s Lecture in the Humanities on Wednesday, September 28, 2022, at the Lied Center for Performing Arts in Lincoln. Also available for livestreaming at enthompson.unl.edu the conversation-style event titled, “A Clear and Steady Eye: Storytelling and Our Shared […]

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The Passing of an Arts and Culture Champion, Pam Snow

Arts, Culture, Humanities, Statewide

The board and staff of the Nebraska Cultural Endowment joins the entire arts and humanities community in Nebraska in mourning the loss of Pam Snow.  Pam was the Executive Director of the Cultural Endowment from 2006-2014 and her impact on our organization and the cultural vitality of Nebraska is immeasurable. Please join us in sending […]

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2022 Sower Award to be presented to UNL professor of libraries

Nebraska Humanities, Statewide

UNL Emeriti Professor Katherine L. Walter has been selected by Humanities Nebraska (HN) to receive the 2022 Sower Award of the Humanities. Walter chaired the UNL Digital Initiatives & Special Collections Department and was a founding director of the Center for Digital Research in the Humanities. Through her work Nebraska was established as a leader […]

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Revitalizing the Past for Future Generations

Access, Arts, Community Vitality, History, Humanities

For as long as Nicole Benegas, Executive Director of Bluebird Cultural Initiative, can remember, her father, Steve Tamayo, has been involved in cultural work. As a member of the Sicangu Lakota tribe, Tamayo established a school at Standing Rock, protested the pipelines, and was appointed Native cultural expert with the Smithsonian Museum. Tamayo is the […]

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From Field to State-Wide Support

Arts, Culture, Donor Story, Humanities, Statewide

Margaret Hornady David’s love for the arts began early on in kindergarten when her teacher played “Peter and the Wolf” and led the class through the story. To this day Margaret clearly remembers it. In high school at Grand Island Senior High, she describes herself as being a theater nerd. In college, her love grew […]

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Meet Maggie

Nebraska Arts, Community Vitality, Culture, Fine Arts, Humanities, Statewide, Uncategorized

  The Board of Directors for Nebraska Cultural Endowment is excited to welcome Maggie Smith as NCE’s new Executive Director. Maggie most recently served as Director of Operations at KANEKO, where she co-lead fundraising and development strategy, while overseeing marketing, communications, programming and operations. Prior to joining KANEKO in 2019, Smith taught college writing courses […]

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Departing Reflections: Kyle Cartwright

Nebraska Arts, Donor Story, Government, Humanities, Statewide

As I wrap up my final days with the Nebraska Cultural Endowment (NCE), I would like to share some reflections on my time of growth, learning, and transformation with this wonderful organization: *** The Beginning *** I was hired at the ripe age of 26 after about a year as the head of development at […]

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NCE’s Commitment to Diversity, Equity & Inclusion

Nebraska Arts, Civic Engagement, Community Vitality, Culture, Education, Humanities, Statewide

Nebraska Cultural Endowment (NCE) exists to sustain, enhance, and perpetuate the arts and humanities in Nebraska by partnering with the state’s arts and humanities councils, the Nebraska Arts Council and Humanities Nebraska. We acknowledge that in order to sustain these activities and their positive impacts on society, Nebraska’s cultural practitioners, organizations, and funders must have […]

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NCE Seeking Dynamic Leader

Nebraska Arts, Humanities, Statewide

Position Announcement: Executive Director Location: Statewide organization based in Omaha; flexible work environment, including access to office space in Lincoln. Application deadline: January 21, 2022   Are you looking for a unique opportunity to enrich the quality of life in Nebraska and work with passionate cultural leaders and supporters across the state?   The Nebraska […]

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Stinners Dedicated to Quality of Life Through Arts and Humanities Support

Nebraska Civic Engagement, Community Vitality, Donor Story, Government, Humanities, Statewide

Senator John and Rita Stinner’s impact reaches every corner of Nebraska.   Senator Stinner, a former community banker and current Nebraska State Senator, and Rita, a retired collegiate music instructor and current performer, conductor and arts advocate, leave their philanthropic footprint everywhere they go. The Stinners make frequent round trips from Gering to Lincoln during the legislative session. Ample time spent in communities statewide has informed their philanthropy […]

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