Programs

A ribbon cutting ceremony to open the Key Ingredients exhibition in Reedsburg, wisconsin.

Dena Wortzel, WHC Executive Director, joins former Lieutenant Governor Barbara Lawton and Kristine Koenecke of the Reedsburg Chamber of Commerce to kick off the Wisconsin tour of a Smithsonian exhibition called “Key Ingredients: America by Food.”

Wisconsin Humanities Council programs put the humanities to work for you throughout Wisconsin.

The Working Lives Project, Wisconsin Life radio programs, museum exhibitions, and year-round Wisconsin Book Festival events are just some of the ways we work with you to bring the humanities—history, literature, philosophy, ethnic studies and more — to everyone in Wisconsin. Year after year, we create new programs and partnerships to address the changing interests of community members and to engage everyone in the conversation.

Won’t you join us and our many statewide partners, using the humanities to strengthen community life?