07 30 2014
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Humanities Washington seeks applicants for its 2015-16 Speakers Bureau, a roster of cultural experts and scholars who provide high-quality public presentations on humanities topics at libraries, schools, museums and other community centers around the state.

Full information on how to apply and a link to the application are available at humanities.org/speakers-apply.

The Speakers Bureau, formerly Inquiring Minds, is one of Humanities Washington’s oldest and most popular programs, which delivers hundreds of talks all around the state every year.

For the Speakers Bureau, Humanities Washington seeks diverse and engaging speakers to spark conversation on a variety of humanities topics, such as popular culture, photography, architecture, literature, food, film and history. Presentations must be relevant or of interest to the people of Washington state. Visit humanities.org/speakers for examples of current Speakers Bureau topics.

Humanities Washington is also looking for Speakers Bureau Selection Committee members. If you are interested, please visit humanities.org/speakers-selection-committee.

For more information contact Program Manager Zaki Abdelhamid at 206-682-1770, Ext. 102, or zaki@humanities.org

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