We invite you to experience two 4Culture supported projects presenting in April. Both were funded through our Arts Projects program, and feature artists dissecting racism and the African-American experience, in different and enlightening ways.
On February 12th, 4Culture hosted a love-themed open house event to celebrate our communities and communicate about our programs and services. Hundreds of wonderful folks showed up to celebrate with us. We’d like to thank ... Continue
January in the Pacific Northwest is arguably the darkest of days. Of course, there’s the trademark rain, cold, and absence of sun. But there’s also a notable lack of arts and cultural events, which seem ... Continue
The Federal Communications Commission recently announced that the application window for low power FM (LPFM) licenses will open in October of 2013. LPFMs are small 100 watt radio stations and can reach three-to-ten miles. This ... Continue
4Culture is pleased to announce deadlines for funding and opportunities for the coming year. Note these on your calendar and begin planning for 2013!
In 2013, 4Culture, King County’s Cultural Services Agency, will offer funding ... Continue
Riza Almanza Business & Finance Officer for 4Culture Riza moved to Seattle from the Philippines when she was 13. Here, she attended a public high school, before graduating and studying art at the University of ... Continue
Public Art Project Manager for King County Partners and Consulting Clients
How did you get here?
Tamar studied in New York, and although from the Seattle area, didn’t truly discover our public art ... Continue
Los Flacos crafts traditional sounds from Mexico, South America and the Caribbean into songs that capture the spirit and zest of Latin American music. The band formed in 2002, and has since preformed for a ... Continue
The 4Culture communications team is excited to welcome Raya Leary as intern. Raya will be assisting the team with all communications tasks as well as attending public events and supporting outreach. Say hello if you ... Continue