Humanities Guåhan is an independent non-profit organization that
presents and supports public humanities programs and projects for the people of Guam.



The Guam exhibition explores the island's cultural, environmental and spiritual connection to water as part of the national Smithsonian Institution Water/Ways exhibition.      


This video project provides an invaluable opportunity to engage with Chamorros and Micronesians about the power of water in their histories, arts and cultures, and to preserve their water stories as an important part of their heritage and identity. See more for details. 



Featuring a special performance by Master of Chamorro Chant Leonard Iriarte and his students from the I Fanlalai'an Oral History Project, and artist talks by Joshua Agerstrand, Jonathan Barber, Ric Castro, Mark Murer, and Michelle Pier.