**The Humanities Council is suspending the large-grant cycle that traditionally occurs in June 2014 as it re-imagines the grant-making process.
In addition to large grants, the Council offers planning and minigrants, the Road Scholars speakers bureau; the Let’s Talk About It library discussion series; the traveling exhibition Museum on Main Street, in collaboration with the Smithsonian Institution and rural communities statewide; and Literature and Medicine: Humanities at the Heart of Health Care, a reading and discussion program for healthcare professionals. To learn more about the North Carolina Humanities Council, and to bring a humanities program to your community, explore www.nchumanities.org.
The large grant requires the submission of a draft proposal. Grants provide funds for humanities projects of extended scope including, but not limited to, lecture/discussion series, performance/discussions, exhibit/discussions, and film/video productions. Media projects are limited to $5,000. Large grants must be postmarked no later than the deadline dates. Only large grant projects which begin at least four weeks from the date of funding will be considered.