RSVP for August 21, RHODI Conversations: Conceptualizing a strong grant project
RHODI Conversations are free, peer-to-peer workshops, presentations, and social events for those currently in the history, heritage, and cultural sectors in Rhode Island or who hope to be in the future.
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RHODI Conversations: Conceptualizing a strong grant project
Workshop with Logan Hinderliter and conversation with Carrie Taylor of Lippitt House Museum and Marjory O'Toole of the Little Compton Historical Society
Lippitt House Museum (199 Hope St., Providence, RI 02906)
Join us for an exciting discussion about conceptualizing a strong grant project with Rhode Island Council for the Humanities' Associate Director, Grants & Partnerships, Logan Hinderliter. Our discussion will also include Carrie Taylor, Director of Lippitt House Museum and Marjory O'Toole, Director of the Little Compton Historical Society, both of whom have successfully completed grant projects funded by the Council for the Humanities. Logan will talk about how to develop a sustainable and manageable project that works well with grant support.
As Associate Director of Grants & Partnerships, Logan Hinderliter helps to facilitate the grants program, develop the Council’s humanities programs, maintain the organization’s archive, and support Board engagement. Logan also assists in the development and implementation of special projects and grants.
Originally from Northwestern Pennsylvania, Logan has lived in southeast New England for seven years. A graduate of Wheaton College in Norton, MA, Logan studied Classics and Early Modern Art History. While at Wheaton, he was a founding member of the Wheaton Institute for the Interdisciplinary Humanities, serving as a student member of the advisory board, a digital content and strategy outreach assistant, and an alumni member of the advisory board. More recently, Logan has worked as the Council’s strategy and communications intern, program coordinator, program associate, and program officer.
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