Please save the date to join us to honor the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., and to recognize our individual and collective responsibility to continue his important work.
January 15, 2015
Paramount Theatre, 911 Pine ... Read more
News from 2014 Heritage Projects recipient
Fred Poyner IV, art historian and curator for the WA State Historical Society, will be giving his first talk about his recent publication: The First Sculptor of Seattle — The Life and Art of ... Read more
King County TV created this terrific video about the Poetry on Buses: Writing Home program.
With our partners in Metro Transit, we recently kicked off a year of showcasing local voices on County-wide RapidRide buses and stations, and online.
Visit ... Read more
What Worked, What Needed a Little Work
First, what worked: THE SETTING! Downtown Savannah is gorgeous, evocative, walkable, friendly, has an incredibly in-tack building stock and fascinating history. Excellent choice National Trust. I had been wanting to go to Savannah ... Read more
Lots of people help float our boat – we are especially grateful for these folks
It’s that time of year again when 4Culture recognizes and acknowledges the good work of the many volunteers who support the work we do, especially ... Read more
Creative Justice is a new arts-based alternative to incarceration for young people in King County. Launching in February of 2015, the pilot year of programming will engage 48 youth and families involved with the juvenile court.
Through collaboration with mentor ... Read more
Building a community of practice, practicing community
Last March 4Culture launched a new capacity building program for King County historical organizations called StEPs 4Culture. The two-year program consists of interactive Convenings and Roundtables to help organizations maintain healthy operations and ... Read more
One of the poets most beloved by the audience at November 10th’s launch of Poetry On Buses: Writing Home was Carlos Adams-Tres. His performance in front of an audience of 850 at the Moore Theatre was triumphant, in part because ... Read more
Tina Hoggatt joined our staff as the Education and Outreach Coordinator with the Public Art Program in 2006. Her mission was to tell the stories of the King County Public Art Collection and consulting projects.
Why should we care about ... Read more
We’re taking Thursday & Friday off
4Culture will be closed on Thursday and Friday for the Thanksgiving Day holiday. We are very thankful for the cultural community we participate in and serve.
We hope that you and yours are safe, ... Read more
Historic Seattle celebrates its 40th year with the publication of a history of First Hill
Lawrence Kreisman and Paul Dorpat
Preserving First Hill’s History
December 4, 2014
Thursday 7:30 pm, doors open at 6:30
Tradition and Change on Seattle’s First ... Read more