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The past year has shown us the value of human connection and the critical knowledge gained through the humanities – in our world and in our neighborhoods. Help us continue to offer hundreds of programs to ignite conversation and open minds and hearts by inviting people to think, learn, and connect with one another.
Join us as we celebrate the power of human connection; honor this year's recipient of the Lifetime Achievement in the Humanities Award, JerriAnne Boggis, Executive Director of the Black Heritage Trail of NH; introduce our new Executive Director, Michael Haley Goldman; and welcome our renowned keynote speaker, Lynn Novick.
Lynn Novick has been directing and producing landmark documentary films about American life and culture, history, politics, sports, art, architecture, literature, and music for more than 30 years. She has created 92 hours of acclaimed programming for PBS in collaboration with Ken Burns, including Ernest Hemingway, The Vietnam War, Baseball, Jazz, Frank Lloyd Wright, The War, and Prohibition -- landmark series that have garnered 19 Emmy nominations. One of the most respected documentary filmmakers and story tellers in America, Novick herself has received Emmy, Peabody and Alfred I. duPont Columbia Awards. Read more
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