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celebrate conductive garboil!

celebrate conductive garboil!

Rio Pacific Studio Receives the 2011 Conductive Garboil Grant! Join the party Wednesday, October 26, 6-8 p.m. Walk or drive down 2nd Avenue in Pioneer Square recently? Did you happen to see the massive hyper-realistic mural, Emerge, on the side of the Metropole building? Ever visit the 4th floor of the 619 Western Building on...
taking stock & building collections

taking stock & building collections

4Culture Announces its 2011 Heritage Collections Care Recipients Twenty applications were received this year for 4Culture’s Heritage Collections Care program, and all twenty were funded, providing $52,500 for countywide collections projects for the fourth year in a row. New to this round of funding are projects in Sammamish, Tukwila and Duvall which all seek to...

challenge grants boost the economy through preservation

4Culture is pleased to announce the recipients of Landmark Challenge Grants for 2011.  This year, the program will provide support totaling $142,500 for ten landmark properties in King County.  Projects include planning, design, engineering, and/or labor and materials for rehabilitation work.  Challenge Grants require a one-to-one cash match from the applicant, and so they leverage...

save the date: 2011 conductive garboil grant celebration

  4Culture, Artist Trust and the Estate of Su Job will announce and celebrate the recipient of the 2011 Conductive Garboil Grant on Wednesday, October 26th. This $3,000 unrestricted award was established through the vision of the late Su Job to honor artists with ties to Pioneer Square who engage community and push the limits...
looking forward to the future remembered

looking forward to the future remembered

The Future Remembered: The 1962 Seattle World’s Fair and Its Legacy is a new book about the history of the 1962 World’s Fair and Seattle Center. Developed in a partnership between The Next Fifty and HistoryLink.org, this 300-page, image rich hardcover book will be released in October. At the same time, the historical performance adapted from the...

collections assessment opportunities near

The release of the 2012 Conservation Assessment Program (CAP) application is less than two weeks away! If your museum is in need of an up-to-date assessment of preventive conservation practices and procedures, then the CAP program may be just right for you. A current conservation assessment is vital for formulating long-range conservation plans, gaining internal...