‘Processing COVID-19’ grant proposals due May 30
The Center for Excellence in the Arts and Humanities is sponsoring a one-time grant program (up to 30 awards of $250) to support projects that create a local record of the experience of a global pandemic as it was happening. There is no format that projects must adhere to, and any medium or form of expression is acceptable. The one expectation is that the outcomes of individual projects can be shared with the campus community. The center is collaborating with the library’s special collections and university archives department to archive these products in ISU’s digital repository. Proposals are due Saturday, May 30.
May 26, 2020 9:05 am