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WANTED: Historic Sites for Historic Site(s) Specific 2014

WANTED: Historic Sites for Historic Site(s) Specific 2014

Historic sites are coming alive again in 2014 with Historic Site(s) Specific.

4Culture’s Arts, Heritage, and Preservation programs are accepting applications through 5PM PDT of May 15th, 2013, for historic sites and designated landmarks in King County to be included ... Read more

Historic Site(s) Specific 2013 Announced

Historic Site(s) Specific 2013 Announced

This year, Site Specific began an innovative collaboration between 4Culture’s Arts, Heritage, and Preservation Programs, by teaming artists up with King County historic sites.

11 sites from every corner of the county will be brought to life by artists and ... Read more

Local Arts Inter-Agency Collaborative Projects

Local Arts Inter-Agency Collaborative Projects

4Culture and the network of King County Local Arts Agencies (LAAs) were invited to participate in a new program, sponsored by the Washington State Arts Commission and funded through the Wallace Foundation, to increase participation in the arts by diverse ... Read more

Historic Site(s) Specific Applications Due Thursday

Time is running short: the Historic Site(s) Specific deadline is Thursday, October 25, at 5pm — just three days away!

Guidelines, application information, and the roster of Historic Sites are available on the Site-Specific website.

 

4Culture’s Arts, Heritage, and ... Read more

Celebrate the Neely Mansion with Film & Performance on Saturday

Celebrate the Neely Mansion with Film & Performance on Saturday

If These Walls Could Talk

Saturday, October 20 

7:00-9:00 pm

Neely Mansion, 12303 SE Auburn-Black Diamond Road, Auburn 98002

 

Filmmaker Staci Bernstein and theater producer Jane Kaplan team up for the presentation of five short films about the families ... Read more

Arts & Social Change: Headliners

Arts & Social Change: Headliners

Nationally known speakers to headline Symposium

Headlining the Arts and Social Change Symposium are three nationally known speakers on using art to make social change. Dr. Manuel Pastor, Tou Ger Xiong, and Donna Walker-Kuhne each come from a unique perspective ... Read more

Arts & Social Change: Artwork on Display

Arts & Social Change: Artwork on Display

Exhibition Hall gallery free and open to public

Exhibit Hall and Gallery | Olympic Room

Friday, October 12th, 8:30 AM – 6:00 PM

Saturday, October 13th, 8:30 AM – 4:00 PM

During the Arts & Social Change Symposium, visit with ... Read more

Historic Site(s) Specific deadline in October!

Historic Site(s) Specific deadline in October!

Applications are due Thursday, October 25th at 5:00 pm

 

4Culture’s Arts, Heritage, and Preservation programs continue to seek collaborative proposals from King County’s creative community for implementation of innovative projects at historic sites. Historic Site(s) Specific invites King County-based ... Read more

Gentleman Desperado: Keri Healey at Mary Olson Farm

Gentleman Desperado: Keri Healey at Mary Olson Farm

“This was, of course, a fantastic story, ripe with all the things a playwright craves — danger, conflict, urgency, good guys and bad guys, gun battles, a ticking clock, and a resourceful villain who always found a way to evade ... Read more

The Arts and Social Change Symposium is October 12th & 13th

The Arts and Social Change Symposium is October 12th & 13th

 Register for one or both days – visit the Exhibition Hall

There are three weeks to go until the Arts and Social Change Symposium on October 12 and 13th, at the Seattle Center Northwest Rooms. The Arts and Social Change ... Read more

Saturday is a Site-Specific Day

Saturday is a Site-Specific Day

 

Make a day out of Site-Specific art by visiting two projects presented on the 22nd: the first at 10AM in Fall City, the second at 6PM in Redmond.

 

Fall City Arts

Snoqualmie River Fish Festival

September 22, 2012, ... Read more

From the bunkers of Fort Warden to Rainier Avenue

From the bunkers of Fort Warden to Rainier Avenue

“I have been walking the bunkers and tunnels of Fort Worden since moving to Seattle from New York in 1988, but it wasn’t until I found myself performing behind a brewery in the pouring rain with Yukio Suzuki (at Portland’s ... Read more