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Guest Post: Kent Arts Commission launches Kent Creates

Guest Post: Kent Arts Commission launches Kent Creates

4Culture is opening up shop in Kent, with Hello 4Culture, and we thought it was a good time to check in with Ronda Billerbeck, the Cultural Programs Manager for the City of Kent and Director of the Kent Arts Commission, to see what she’s working on these days. We were excited to learn about one of...
More Than A Half Million Dollars for Art Projects in King County

More Than A Half Million Dollars for Art Projects in King County

4Culture is pleased to announce the recipients of this year’s Arts Projects program, which seeks to enhance the cultural life of King County citizens and visitors by funding arts projects in all creative disciplines including music, media, dance, theater, literature and visual art. Artists, as well as arts, heritage, municipal and community groups rooted in...
Artists Up: An Evening of Resources and Networking for Asian, Asian American & Asian Pacific Islander Artists

Artists Up: An Evening of Resources and Networking for Asian, Asian American & Asian Pacific Islander Artists

To build on the successful launch of the ARTISTS UP initiative in 2013 and continue to reach communities new to our agencies, ARTISTS UP will host a free, informal session to inform and connect Asian, Asian American and Pacific Islander artists throughout Seattle, King County and Washington State. The mixer is designed to demystify funding...
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, please RSVP As a follow up to the successful Artists Up workshop series held last summer, Artists Up has partnered...
Don’t Drink the Turpentine!

Don’t Drink the Turpentine!

4Culture and the Local Hazardous Waste Management Program in King County (LHWMP) are excited to announce a new partnership. Our agencies will be working together on a variety of initiatives, some of which will roll out in early 2013. For starters, we will be hosting a series of free and informative workshops focused on Hidden...
$333,000 for Artists

$333,000 for Artists

66 projects receive support through the Individual Artist Projects program On May 23rd 4Culture’s Board of Directors approved recommendations from the 4Culture Arts Advisory Committee to support 66 artist-generated projects to benefit of citizens of and visitors to our region. The Individual Artist Projects peer review panel reviewed 295 applications. Project budgets totaled $6,396,122 with...
Upcoming Tax Workshop for Artists

Upcoming Tax Workshop for Artists

Wednesday, February 22, 2012 7:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. Fee: $20 for artists. Tickets and Registration West of Lenin Theater 203 N. 36th Street, Seattle Washington Lawyers for the Arts is offering Neil Sussman’s popular tax workshop to guide artists and their attorneys through yet another season of gains, losses, formulas and forms. Learn all...

historic ins building comes alive

There has been some buzz for awhile in the arts community about the old U.S. Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS) Building at the edge of the International district of Seattle. Known formally as the U.S. Immigrant Station and Assay Office, the building opened in 1932, and is on the National Register of Historic Places. It...