We were so thrilled to be a part of the first Seattle Pecha Kucha Night on the 1st Art +Technology Pecha Kucha that took place last year. Now it’s back, and better than ever!
Over the last year, many who ... Read more
As 2014 comes to a close and we ramp up for the 2015 funding cycle, and get ready to post applications for arts, heritage, and preservation projects, take a moment to focus on the small but mighty Open 4Culture program. ... Read more
News from an Art Projects recipient
Birds are an important slice of life here in the Northwest. They live with us in our cities, populate our forests, and serve as important symbols in our stories and traditions. In honor of ... Read more
After a hit weekend of sold-out concerts last November, the Seattle Repertory Jazz Orchestra (SRJO) brings a reprise of its concert Quincy Jones and Ray Charles on Jackson Street to Edmonds Center for the Arts on January 23, 2015 at ... Read more
Touchstone and USAA are looking for an artist to create a site-specific artwork for the Troy Block development in Seattle’s exciting technology-centered neighborhood along South Lake Union. The developer and project team envision a signature artwork that interacts with the ... Read more
(RVSP for Cultural Access Washington (CAWA) Coalition Meeting – Thursday, January 15 at 4 PM)
No, this isn’t about Super Bowl XLVIII. And it isn’t about our joint predilection for recreational activity.
This is a tale about how one community ... Read more
We want to take a moment to celebrate the 5 King County veterans who’ve successfully completed the Vets Restore program in 2014. The graduates are U.S military veterans Kevin Bottini, Easton Branam, Zoe Gillespie, Dwight Jones, and Gabriel Jones.
We ... Read more
4Culture is offering scholarships to the King County heritage community for a professional development opportunity from the American Association for State and Local History. On March 12th and 13th, 2015, the Museum of History and Industry will host the two-day ... Read more
It is no secret that Redmond is experiencing tremendous growth and change. With transformation, it is easy to forget that “every town has a history” and none more so than Redmond whose namesake arrived in the area well over a ... Read more
It’s that time of year folks – deadlines for project grants in arts, heritage and preservation projects are right around the corner. Did you know that we hold a series of free workshops to help you prepare the best application ... Read more
Wishing you a stellar new year! 4Culture will be closed Thursday, January 1.... Read more