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LEH Receives Funding for Second Democracy and the Informed Citizen Initiative

The Federation of State Humanities Councils (FSHC) with the support of the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation has awarded $34,793 to the Louisiana Endowment for the Humanities (LEH) for “Split Press: Democracy, Race, and Media Outlets in Black and White,” the…

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Introducing Louisiana Musical Legends

The Louisiana Endowment for the Humanities is proud to announce a new initiative developing and showcasing new and engaging tools for teaching core curriculum concepts through the lens of Louisiana’s culture. “Aunt Dorothy’s Teacher Toolkits” are made possible through the…

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New Managing Editor joins LEH Staff

Earlier this month, Chris Turner-Neal joined the Louisiana Endowment for the Humanities as Managing Editor of 64 Parishes. Before joining the LEH, he was the Arts and Entertainment Editor for Baton Rouge’s Country Roads Magazine, writing about arts, culture, history, and…

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Louisiana Cultural Vistas Names 2018 Contributing Editors

LCV announces the appointment of three contributing editors for this year’s publications.

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Louisiana Cultural Vistas September publication party

LEH celebrates the release of our quarterly magazine’s most recent issue.

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Celebrate new issue of Louisiana Cultural Vistas on Sept. 28

The Arthur Roger Gallery will host the Fall issue release party.

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LISTEN: The Frame: Episode 4: Frank Relle

The podcast’s season finale features the New Orleans based photographer.

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Summer issue of LCV arrives this week with June 8 party

The summer 2017 issue of Louisiana Cultural Vistas focuses on the history of science in our state.

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Reserve Your Tickets! Bright Lights in the Humanities Awards April 13

Academy Award Winner William Joyce is the LEH 2017 Humanist of the Year.

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Spring Louisiana Cultural Vistas

New issue of LCV celebrates the recipients of the 2017 Louisiana Endowment for the Humanities Awards.

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Patty Palmer Joins the LEH as LCV Sales Director

LCV depends on our trusted advertising partners for support.

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Louisiana Cultural Vistas magazine

The new issue of Louisiana Cultural Vistas debuted on December 1, 2016.

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February 2 New Interview Series with Photographers

Photographers around the state will take to the streets to document our unique culture.

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Louisiana Cultural Vistas Offers Discount for Holiday Gift Subscriptions

This season, through December 31, LCV offers a special discount of $15 each.

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KnowLouisiana.org Debuts “An Ignatian Journey”

A mobile map An Ignatian Journey debuted.

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Tricentennial book to chronicle New Orleans’ influence on the world

Landmark publication scheduled for release in fall 2017.

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Thursday, Dec 8: Celebrate the new issue of Louisiana Cultural Vistas

Celebrate LCV Winter 2016 issue of the magazine at Bevolo in the French Quarter.

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Ignatius Reilly Headlines New Louisiana Cultural Vistas

A Confederacy of Dunces is featured in Maurice Carlos Ruffin’s essay on LCV.

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Glenda Erwin – Humanities Hero

A spotlight on Glenda Erwin, one of LEH’s Board of Directors.

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Sept. 28 – Celebrate New Louisiana Cultural Vistas in Lafayette

Join us on for an LCV Publication Party on Sept. 28th in Lafayette.

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LCV Fall 2016 Issue is Here!

New stories, columns, and videos from Louisiana on LCV Fall 2016 issue.

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Fall LCV Features Louisiana Seafood

LCV Fall 2016 issue focuses on the coastal culture of Louisiana, and the seafood industry.

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KnowLouisiana.org Features New Web Exclusives

New web exclusives, stories, and visuals are available on KnowLouisiana.org.

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See Changing Landscapes and Purchased Lives in Alexandria

A provocative look at the history and geography of slavery in central Louisiana.

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Summer Louisiana Cultural Vistas Dives into Louisiana Sports

LCV Summer 2016 issue dedicated to the 2016 Museum on Main Street’s “Hometown Teams.”

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Evangeline Downs, Olympians, Campanella road trip & more

The summer 2016 issue of LCV debuts this week with stories from the race tracks, ball fields, and arenas of “Sportsman’s Paradise.”

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May 17: Lean In to Eve Abrams’ Listening Party and Conversation

The Louisiana Humanities Center hosts a listening party and conversation on the latest episode of Unprisoned: Stories From The System.

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Be a Sport! Subscribe to Louisiana Cultural Vistas

Who doesn’t love the LSU Band, featured in the Summer issue of LCV — coming soon!

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Summer 2016 Louisiana Cultural Vistas Showcases Sports

Who doesn’t love the LSU Band, featured in the Summer issue of LCV — coming soon!

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Read Spring Louisiana Cultural Vistas Magazine!

The spring 2016 issue of Louisiana Cultural Vistas is here!

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March 11, Angola Museum Hosts Concert and Music History Symposium

Dr. Nick Spitzer will moderate discussions on the story of prison music, followed by concerts with prisoner bands.

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American Italian Cultural Center and LCV Celebrate Flag Throwers

LCV magazine and the American Italian Cultural Center present the Sansepolcro Flag Throwers in New Orleans from March 14-18.

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“Hometown Teams” Kicks Off in Winnsboro on March 19

The Old Post Office Museum kicks off the Louisiana tour of “Hometown Teams,” a Museum on Main Street exhibition.

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March 22, LCV Sponsors Photographers, Culture Bearers Roundtable

Professional and amateur photographers in New Orleans prepare to hit the streets.

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Read About Women’s History in Louisiana Cultural Vistas

Women scholars, artists and photographers have enhanced Louisiana Cultural Vistas since the magazine began.

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Five Questions for the Lt. Governor Candidates

In Louisiana the Office of the Lieutenant Governor oversees the Department of Culture, Recreation and Tourism, an integral force in our state’s cultural life. Louisiana Cultural Vistas magazine recently sat down with the two candidates in the November 21 run-off to ask…

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Louisiana Cultural Vistas’ First Music Issue

Issue debuts on December 1.

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Governors Project Offered New Insights for Voters

Series covered seven parishes in seven weeks.

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“Monumental Decisions” forum audio and transcripts available online

Audio recording and transcript of Confederate monuments forum uploaded at LCV website.

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LCV to host forum on Confederate monuments in New Orleans

Four historians will offer context for understanding Louisiana’s memorialization of the Civil War.

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Join Us for Happy Hour on May 16

Keith Weldon Medley discusses Dryades Street.

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LEH Kicks Off One Hundred Days of LCV!

LEH celebrates 100th issue of Louisiana Cultural Vistas with “100 Days of LCV.”

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