Oklahoma Humanities Public Survey
Your comments are needed! Oklahoma Humanities is embarking on a strategic planning process to guide us over the next five years. We have served Oklahoma since 1971, changing our programming as necessary to respond to our state's needs.

Our mission is to provide programming that brings rich and deep humanities ideas to the general public. Please take a moment to answer six questions to help us make a difference in the lives of Oklahoma's citizens. Thank you!

Choose any that apply:
 
1.

I'm aware of the following programs offered by Oklahoma Humanities:

Museum on Main Street, a Smithsonian Institution traveling exhibit
Let's Talk About It, Oklahoma, a reading and discussion program
Oklahoma Humanities magazine
Community Grants
Research Scholar Grants
2.
I have participated in the following programs offered by Oklahoma Humanities:
Museum on Main Street, a Smithsonian Institution traveling exhibit
Let's Talk About It, Oklahoma, a reading and discussion program
Oklahoma Humanities magazine
Community Grants
Research Scholar Grants
3.
I would like to see more programs that offer:
Discussions with authors
Scholar-led discussions about books
Scholar-led discussions about current events
Lectures by visiting scholars
Museum exhibits
Film festivals
Chautauqua-style, first-person historical character portrayals
Podcasts of lectures, panel discussions, or community conversations
Other  
4.
The most important audiences Oklahoma Humanities should reach with its programming are:
K-12 students
Veterans
Prison populations
Rural communities
Senior citizens
General population
Other  
5.

The humanities discipline that most interests me is:

History
Literature
Ethics
Art Criticism/Art History
Jurisprudence
Languages
Comparative religion
Philosophy
6.

Other suggestions or comments:

 

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