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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...

bi(k) o garden comes to 4culture

  aLIVe meets PARK(ing) Day Melissa Glenn and Matt Inpanbutr of SHKS Architects bring their aLIVe project Bi(K) o garden to 4Culture for PARK(ing) Day in downtown Seattle and will remain installed for a month. The “garden” occupies the footprint of a typical parking space and juxtaposes that footprint with the narrow space it takes to park a bicycle. The artwork also provides an...

a line soundscape – listen and co-compose

What does a bus corridor sound like?  How do its sounds reveal stories of place? In A Line Soundscape, a new audio artwork by Christopher DeLaurenti, the sounds of King County’s first RapidRide corridor are expressed as a sonic portrait.  A temporary public art project commissioned by 4Culture and King County Metro, Chris spent the...