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Covid-19 Response

Humanities Kansas responded to the Covid-19 pandemic with resources to support local cultural organizations. 

Kansas Arts & Culture Survey

HK and its statewide partners are working to measure the ongoing impact of the coronavirus on our state’s arts and cultural organizations.

Key Findings of the January 2021 Kansas Arts & Culture Survey

  • The Kansas Arts and Culture Sector has experienced a significant financial impact as a result of the pandemic and assistance will be needed.

  • The COVID pandemic may lead to a shrinking of the Kansas Arts and Culture Sector which will have a ripple effect on Kansas communities 

  • Organizations and individuals are pivoting, adapting, and building on their strengths, but flexibility varies and training is needed. 

Read the January 2021 Survey Findings

Read the 2020 Survey Findings

Humanities Kansas conducted the 2020 and 2021 Kansas Arts & Culture Surveys in partnership with the Kansas Creative Arts Industries Commission, Freedom's Frontier National Heritage Area, Kansas Museums Association, and the Kansas Library Association

Thank you to all who participated in the 2020 and 2021 Kansas Arts & Culture Surveys. 

 

Rapid Remedies

HK announces a new resource to help cultural non-profits connect with their communities. The Rapid Remedies white paper is designed to assist cultural non-profits in their continued efforts to quickly and affordably create engaging online stories that fulfill their unique missions. Rapid Remedies includes project models, examples of digital projects from Kansas cultural nonprofits, and tools for creating your own digital projects. Rapid Remedies was written by Sarah Bishop of Coneflower Consulting.

Download Rapid Remedies


Cares Act Relief Grants

Humanities Kansas awarded 83 CARES Act Relief grants to Kansas cultural organizations that provide humanities programming and are facing financial hardship due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The application period was May 13 - June 14, 2020.

CARES Act Recipients
 

 

 

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