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Cultural Congress at Seattle Center April 28 & 29

Cultural Congress at Seattle Center April 28 & 29

Join your statewide colleagues – including artists, administrators, educators, and cultural leaders – from across Washington for the 2014 Cultural Congress, April 28 and 29 on the Seattle Center campus.

The Washington State Arts Alliance... Continue

UW Bothell Students = Future Public Artists

UW Bothell Students = Future Public Artists

Kristen Ramirez is designing an immersive mural for the Wayne Tunnel on the Burke-Gilman Trail in Bothell. She will be engaging volunteers in the painting process this July – stayed tuned!

As part of her ... Continue

Launching StEPs 4Culture

Launching StEPs 4Culture

We recently launched StEPS 4Culture, a two-year program for King County heritage and history organizations that builds on a national model.  StEPs (Standard and Excellence Program) was created by the American Association for State and ... Continue

Summer Youth Heritage Program

Summer Youth Heritage Program

Seeking To Connect Students From All Over the State

The Washington Trust for Historic Preservation has released the application for their third annual Discover Washington: Youth Heritage Project (YHP). This year’s project will take place ... Continue

Kids Wanted: Museum Sleuths & more

Kids Wanted: Museum Sleuths & more

Museum Mysteries Camp

Spring Break coming up for your kids? White River Valley Museum has a great camp on offer, and this guest post, by Rachael Burrum, Curator of Education, tells about how the camp ... Continue

Volunteers needed for American Alliance of Museums in May

Volunteers needed for American Alliance of Museums in May

The American Alliance of Museums Annual Conference will be held in Seattle May 18-21. This event is the largest gathering of museum professionals in the world, with expected attendance of 5,000+. We’re looking for great ... Continue

Felling, Bucking and Rails: Logging in the 1920's

Felling, Bucking and Rails: Logging in the 1920′s

The Siler Logging Company & Railroad: 1920′s Logging

Saturday, March 8

10:30am – noon

Redmond Historical Society Speaker Series

Old Redmond Schoolhouse Community Center

16600 NE 80th St., Redmond, WA.

$5 suggested donation for non-members... Continue

You Art Invited: Networking Event for Latino Artists

You Art Invited: Networking Event for Latino Artists

Evento Social para Artistas Latinos/as por Artists Up ~ Artists Up Latino/a Artist’s Networking Event

February 20, 2014, 6-8pm 317 17th Ave South, Seattle WA 98144 Fulgencio Lazo Studio (inside Casa Latina) Space is limited, ... Continue

Sky Art Week: Mark Your Calendars for June

Sky Art Week: Mark Your Calendars for June

Sky Art Week 2014 will be June 23 -28 in Skykomish

BeAnne Hull received an Art Projects grant in 2013 in support of Sky Art Week. She plans another week of classes this year. We ... Continue

Digging Deeper with Historic Seattle

Digging Deeper with Historic Seattle

Digging Deeper—Built Heritage Historic Research

In their 40th Anniversary year, Historic Seattle is proud to offer an outstanding 2014 educational program for lovers of buildings and heritage. Their Digging Deeper—Built Heritage Historic Research series invites ... Continue

Application Videos and Workshops

Application Videos and Workshops

Thinking of applying for a project grant in 2014? All three funding programs have deadlines coming up within the coming month. This year we are excited to offer a series of “how-to” videos as well ... Continue

Sherry Grindeland talks Aviation on the Eastside

Sherry Grindeland talks Aviation on the Eastside

High Times on the Eastside: Air Defense, Airports and Wishful Thinking

Saturday, February 8th

10:30 am – noon

Redmond Historical Society Speaker Series

If you find Eastside traffic challenging during the daily commute, consider what ... Continue