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Andy Behrle, Blake Carrington, and Elizabeth Withstandley Join e4c Rotation

Andy Behrle, Blake Carrington, and Elizabeth Withstandley Join e4c Rotation

Our e4c screens bring dynamic media art to an urban audience on the go. Adjacent to Gallery4Culture and visible from the street and sidewalk on Prefontaine Place South, e4c features new works every month from media artists around the country. Here’s what you’ll find entering the rotation starting First Thursday, May 4: Andy Berle ebb &...
New on e4c: Works by Leena Joshi and Tess Martin

New on e4c: Works by Leena Joshi and Tess Martin

Our e4c screens bring dynamic media art to an urban audience on the go. Adjacent to Gallery4Culture and visible from the street and sidewalk on Prefontaine Place South, e4c features new works every month from media artists around the country. Here’s what you’ll find entering the rotation starting First Thursday, April 6: Leena Joshi Prophet/Profit TV...
2017 e4c Season Begins with Hugh Livingston

2017 e4c Season Begins with Hugh Livingston

  Since 2008, e4c—or, electronic 4Culture—has been a storefront venue for the exhibition of dynamic, electronic artworks, giving artists the opportunity to present new works of art while enlivening Seattle’s urban core. Our state-of-the-art screens are visible from the sidewalk and street on Prefontaine Place South, just outside the 4Culture offices and gallery. Last fall,...
They Come in Threes: Opportunities for Artists

They Come in Threes: Opportunities for Artists

If you’re an artist interested in unique, outside-the-box opportunities, this September has lots to offer. Whether you have new media work you want to share with the public, need funding for a technology-based art project, or are interested in helping us learn how to better serve artists, make sure these deadlines are on your calendar:...
February on e4c: Joseph Farbrook

February on e4c: Joseph Farbrook

[vimeo width=”610″ height=”338″]https://vimeo.com/97383217[/vimeo] Joseph Farbrook Guerrilla Dancer Screening Launch: First Thursday, February 4, 6:00 pm Every month, Prefontaine Place South—the street we call home—gets more exciting, as we add films and media art to our street-facing e4c screens. The next time you find yourself walking, riding, or cycling past the 4Culture offices, make sure to...
Max Cleary: Getting to Where I’m Going

Max Cleary: Getting to Where I’m Going

4Culture is proud to present Getting to Where I’m Going by Max Cleary on e4c, our storefront media gallery. Cleary’s work will launch on e4c’s screens on First Thursday, January 7 at 6 pm and will run in conjunction with works by fellow media artists, Joseph Gray, Barbara Robertson, Tess Martin and Evertt Beidler from 7 am to 10...
Closing Out 2015 on e4c

Closing Out 2015 on e4c

The next time you find yourself walking, riding, or cycling past the 4Culture offices on Prefontaine Place South, take a minute to enjoy some of the country’s most dynamic digital art, displayed on our street-facing screens. e4c—or, electronic 4Culture—puts filmmakers, animators, and designers in front of the public, daily from 7:00 am to 10:00 pm. After...
On e4c in August: Evertt Beidler

On e4c in August: Evertt Beidler

King County Metro Transit estimates that more than 20,000 people travel on our block, Prefontaine Place South, every day. We think they all deserve to see some great art as they pass by our windows, and we also think it’s a perfect opportunity to showcase some fascinating work by artists – enter e4c. Since 2008,...
4Culture's Storefront Media Gallery is Back!

4Culture’s Storefront Media Gallery is Back!

Coming Soon! In 2015, e4c (Electronic 4Culture), 4Culture’s storefront media gallery, will display media works by 8 artists selected from a pool of 35 applicants from across the United States. The 2015 e4c artists selected are: Evertt Beidler Gretchen Burger Max Cleaery Joseph Farbrook Joseph Gray Tess Martin Barbara Robertson Gazelle Samizay Since 2008, e4c has...
4Culture Seeks Media Art for Digital Display

4Culture Seeks Media Art for Digital Display

Apply to exhibit Media Art in 4Culture’s electronic gallery [vimeo]https://vimeo.com/46125881[/vimeo] The application is now open for e4c, 4Culture’s storefront media gallery. Deadline: Wednesday, June 4, 2014 – 5:00 PM Pacific Standard Time  e4c, is a highly visible, public venue presenting dynamic electronic artworks while enlivening Seattle’s urban core. Since 2008, nearly seventy artists have presented media...
Tona Wilson & Matthew Hilger Join e4c in September

Tona Wilson & Matthew Hilger Join e4c in September

This September, e4c, 4Culture’s storefront media gallery, welcomes two videos by New York artist Tona Wilson and Seattle artist Matthew Hilger.    [vimeo]http://vimeo.com/73225140[/vimeo] Crossing Paths, by Tona Wilson, is a stop-motion animation in which paper texts “come alive” and move among e4c’s four screens, suggesting origins that might belong to those watching or passing by,...
July: e4c welcomes Curtis & Crowell

July: e4c welcomes Curtis & Crowell

[vimeo]https://vimeo.com/38481171[/vimeo] Launching July 11th, e4c will feature two videos by Seattle artists Jeffrey Curtis and Webster Crowell. Jeffrey Curtis’ work explores the visceral nature of movement through video.  From his own experience as a dancer, Curtis is interested in nuances of movements and exploding them across space, at various speeds and on different bodies.  Originally...