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Flushed: Into the World of Wastewater Treatment

Flushed: Into the World of Wastewater Treatment

“For more than a decade,” writes Stranger critic Brendan Kiley, “solo performer Stokley Towles has been studying us. He examines the mundane aspects of life in Seattle like an anthropologist from another planet—our libraries, our trash system, our police force, ... Read more

Free Workshop on Accessioning + Deaccessioning

Free Workshop on Accessioning + Deaccessioning

Deciding what to add to your institution’s collections – and what to get rid of – can seem like an overwhelming task. In this workshop, you will learn how to decide if an item will be a good addition to ... Read more

Touring Arts Roster has Never Been Sweeter

Touring Arts Roster has Never Been Sweeter

Happy Sweet 60th Birthday to Elnah Jordan!

When Elnah sings, she lays it on the line – she moves you … you can’t help but listen!”  -Jeff Busch

Elnah Jordan’s passion for singing was ignited at an early ... Read more

Congratulations to the new 2015-2016 gallery artists!

Congratulations to the new 2015-2016 gallery artists!

The annual Gallery4Culture application deadline passed on January 5. Late in January a selection panel met, deliberated and chose eleven artists for exhibitions commencing in the fall and running through July, 2016.  The artists, listed in the order of their ... Read more

Artists Up: Native Artists Resources & Networking Event

Artists Up: Native Artists Resources & Networking Event

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

The Last Alpine Facade in North Bend

The Last Alpine Facade in North Bend

Steve Teodosiadis, the owner of Georgia’s Bakery in downtown North Bend, was awarded a Landmarks Capital grant in 2014 to restore the original facade of the 1928 building. The process involved the removal of an alpine facade, the last of ... Read more

The ASC Showcase Was a Blast

The ASC Showcase Was a Blast

On January 27, 162 people from all over the region came thorough the Meydenbauer Center in Bellevue to network, snack, and experience the work of some wonderful performing and visual artists. The occasion was the Arts & Social Change Showcase, ... Read more

Announcing the 2015 Historic Site Specific Projects

Announcing the 2015 Historic Site Specific Projects

“Artists need stories. Places have stories. Stories need artists.”

The 4Culture Site Specific program provides funding and resources for the commissioning and presentation of visual art, installation and performance in alternative and non-traditional settings throughout King County. Now in its ... Read more

So Much Love, So Many Lovely Events

So Much Love, So Many Lovely Events

Valentines Day and 4Culture’s Touring Arts Roster

Still looking for something to do on the upcoming “Day of Love”? Perhaps one of these great events is just right for you and yours!

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 14th, 2015

Mary Margaret Moore + ... Read more

The Journey of Fortune's Bones: The Manumission Requiem

The Journey of Fortune’s Bones: The Manumission Requiem

The Seattle Theatre Group (STG) produces exciting, relevant and high-quality performance based community events. We invited Martín Sepulveda,  STG program manager, to guest blog about the upcoming performance of Fortune’s Bones. 

My name is Martín Sepulveda, and as a member ... Read more

Marketing the Arts Task Force going strong!

Marketing the Arts Task Force going strong!

The Marketing the Arts Task Force meets every third Wednesday from noon – 1:30 pm at the Pacific Northwest Ballet. Active for over 15 years, these informative roundtable discussions for arts marketers and communication staff cover current trends, best practices, ... Read more

Unveiling Winter's Veil

Unveiling Winter’s Veil

Take some time this weekend to go see Ellen Sollod’s exhibition Winter’s Veil. It opened 1/24 and runs through this Sunday. Visiting hours are 10 am – 2 pm.  Ellen’s camera obscura installation turns Bellevue’s historic Winters House (at 2102 ... Read more