Our region is home to a thriving, innovative tech community. While many have talked about its economic, demographic and structural impacts, we rarely have the opportunity to consider how tech both informs and transforms arts & culture. The 2015 Cultural ... Read more
ARTISTS UP welcomes Native artists, their families and advocates – to a free networking and resource exchange event on Monday, April 20th from 5:30 – 8:30 PM at the Daybreak Star Indian Cultural Center. Artists working in all disciplines including: ... Read more
Creative Justice is 4Culture’s new arts-based alternative to incarceration for King County youth.
Writer, musician, actor, and teaching artist, Shontina Vernon is leading the inaugural project session and working with 12 participants to tell their stories through interdisciplinary performance, new ... Read more
ARTISTS UP will offer an evening of resources and
networking for Native Artists
April 20, 5:30 – 8:30 p.m.,
Daybreak Star Indian Cultural Center
On April 20, a free session to connect Native artists in Seattle, King County and ... Read more
Sans Façon – Tristan Surtees and Charles Blanc – Selected as Planning Artists for Seattle’s CSO System
4Culture and King County’s Wastewater Treatment Division are excited to announce that Sans Façon has been selected to create the Seattle-area Combined Sewer Overflow (CSO) Art Master Plan. Sans Façon is a collaborative partnership between Tristan Surtees (English artist) and ... Read more
It takes a village. Producing a big public art project takes a village. Especially one that spans across multiple languages and platforms, one that you can find online and on wheels. A public art project that you can experience as ... Read more
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
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
Creative Justice is a new arts-based alternative to incarceration for young people in King County. Launching in February of 2015, the pilot year of programming will engage 48 youth and families involved with the juvenile court.
Through collaboration with mentor ... Read more
You know when you feel so strongly about something, that you can’t talk or write about it without choking up? That’s how I feel, when I write or talk about veterans. I’m not sure why. I’m a hippy kid. My ... Read more
News from a Heritage Projects Recipient
BlackPast.org, a national nonprofit organization based in Seattle, was awarded funding through 4Culture’s Heritage Projects Program in 2013 to develop a new section on their website that focuses on African American Heritage in King ... Read more