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Guy Merrill Joins Public Art 4Culture!

Guy Merrill Joins Public Art 4Culture!

Please join us in welcoming Guy Merrill as our new Public Art Collection Preparator. Guy will assist 4Culture’s Collection Curator, Jordan Howland, with the ongoing maintenance and conservation of King County’s 2,200+ piece civic art collection, which includes the rotation of the Portable Works Collection. Guy brings nearly a decade of experience handling art in...
Join 4Culture's Public Art Team

Join 4Culture’s Public Art Team

We are looking for a seasoned Preparator to assist our Collection Curator with the ongoing maintenance and conservation of King County’s 2,200+ piece civic art collection, which includes the rotation of the portable works collection. This is a full-time, benefited position. Applicants must have at least two years of relevant professional experience that includes a working...
Call for Artists: NE 8th Street Trail Crossing

Call for Artists: NE 8th Street Trail Crossing

4Culture and King County Parks Division seek an artist to become part of the design team on the NE 8th Street Trail Crossing. The crossing will be a steel truss bridge where it crosses over NE 8th Street in Bellevue, WA. The bridge will provide a grade separated crossing over this busy roadway for trail...
Leo Berk Selected for New Colman Dock Terminal

Leo Berk Selected for New Colman Dock Terminal

As King County grows, transit is growing with it—on land and on the water. Water Taxis, managed by the King County Department of Transportation Marine Division, currently depart from downtown Seattle’s Pier 50 and head to the Vashon Island Ferry Terminal and West Seattle’s Seacrest dock. In response to a 9.5% increase in ridership between...
Claude Zervas to Create Art for Swedish Skybridge

Claude Zervas to Create Art for Swedish Skybridge

We’re excited to announce the next step in our ongoing work with Swedish as they complete the First Hill Mile, a one-mile pedestrian loop to promote walking and wellness in Seattle’s First Hill neighborhood. Artist Claude Zervas has been selected to create art for a new 210-foot skybridge that will cross Minor Avenue between Columbia and...
Creative Justice Honored with PAN Award

Creative Justice Honored with PAN Award

We are thrilled to announce that Creative Justice, our arts-based alternative to incarceration for young people in King County, has been recognized with a Public Art Network (PAN) Year in Review award! Piloted in 2015, the program is funded by Percent for Art revenue generated through the design and construction of the county’s new Children...
Two New Public Art Experiences Coming to First Hill

Two New Public Art Experiences Coming to First Hill

Since 1960, Swedish Medical Center has recognized the healing power of art through an ever-growing art collection, which now includes over 2,500 works. Now, as Swedish works to expand and improve its First Hill Campus in Seattle, they’re not only expanding the collection but bringing it outside hospital walls. Two artists have been selected to create public...
New Public Art Dream Team

New Public Art Dream Team

4Culture is a great place to work—a fact evidenced by the few announcements we make about changing staff. We do have some exciting changes and additions, so here’s the 411 on our new dream team. Brennan Jernigan’s first day was February 16, replacing Ryan Feddersen as the Public Art Program Assistant. Brennan is a recent...
Guest Post: A Plan for the SODO Track Takes Shape

Guest Post: A Plan for the SODO Track Takes Shape

If you’ve been following our blog, you know that we’ve been working to make the long-time dream of transforming the SODO Busway into an exciting art experience a reality. Artist and curator Gage Hamilton began crafting a plan for this urban corridor in the fall, and continues to make exciting progress, including selecting a theme...
A New Role for Jordan Howland

A New Role for Jordan Howland

We are proud to announce that as of December 2015, stewardship of King County’s Public Art Collection and management of Gallery4Culture is in the capable hands of Jordan Howland! Jordan has been a member of the 4Culture staff in the role of Public Art Project Manager since 2007. In that time, she has overseen the production...
Thanking Ryan Feddersen

Thanking Ryan Feddersen

At 4Culture, we are proud of our creative staff—many of our program managers and administrators are artists, which makes them especially great at supporting artists in our community! This month, 4Culture says farewell to staffmember Ryan Feddersen as she pursues her creative projects, which are growing and expanding at an exciting pace. Ryan has filled...
This is What It's All About

This is What It’s All About

Creative Justice is 4Culture’s arts-based alternative to incarceration for King County youth. Spoken-word artist, teaching artist and anti-racist organizer, Nikkita Oliver led the final  project session of our inaugural year of programming. Oliver believes that the power of the arts is in the power of our voices, and works alongside young people, helping them develop creative skills and tell their...