The LEH supports cultural efforts throughout Louisiana by awarding grants to local cultural organizations and institutions.
These awards fund large and small-scale humanities public programs, from university events to those sponsored by museums, libraries, cultural centers, and historical societies.
With the help of this grant, the Iberia African American Historical Society hosted a symposium honoring the 75th anniversary of the 1944 racial incident that led to the loss of all African American doctors in Iberia Parish.Learn More
Zac Manuel’s film Bloodthicker, supported by a #CreateLouisiana Filmmaker Grant, tells the story of Young Juve, T.Y., and Lil’ Soulja Slim, three young rappers and friends whose fathers were three highly influential Southern rappers.Learn More
Museum on Main Street
When rural museums are given the resources they need, incredible things can happen. While the Smithsonian’s MoM exhibition Water/Ways was at the Schepis Museum in Columbia, ~30% of the parish’s residents walked through the museum’s doors.Learn More
NEWS & MEDIA
The Louisiana Endowment for the Humanities (LEH) is holding two free grants info sessions for individuals and nonprofit organizations interested in applying for either a Rebirth Grant or a Rebirth PL Grant. Rebirth PL grants are for public libraries only. The LEH, the state affiliate of the National Endowment for…Read More
The LEH’s Rebirth Grants program supports projects that provide access to the humanities for Louisiana residents. See below for information on two separate grant programs, including one designated for Louisiana…Read More
The Louisiana Endowment for the Humanities has awarded emergency relief grants from the Louisiana Culture Care Fund to another 14 organizations in the final round of distribution from the fund. See the full list below. The Louisiana Culture Care Fund, which is now…Read More