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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...
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...
What the heck's a zoetrope?

What the heck’s a zoetrope?

Seattle Experimental Animation Team: SEAT & Spin March 6 – 27, 2014 Opening: 1st Thursday, March 6, 6:00 – 8:00 pm Seattle Experimental Animation Team presents SEAT & Spin an interactive installation where the audience animates strips of sequential drawings by spinning a cylinder device called a zoetrope. Zoetropes were popular in the 1800’s, and...
We Are Part of the Cycle

We Are Part of the Cycle

Animation artist Tess Martin recently completed a charming short film called Part of the Cycle that explores our relationship to water. [vimeo]http://vimeo.com/72320999[/vimeo]   “All the water we have is what you see on this Earth,” states Kristin Covey, wastewater treatment education specialist and tour guide for Brightwater.  Using ink and water and her extraordinary storytelling...
One night only screening of Seattle animation

One night only screening of Seattle animation

Strange Creatures: Contemporary independent animation from Seattle Saturday, August 3rd, 2013 at 4:00 pm NW Film Forum 1515 12th Ave, Seattle, WA 98122 Seattle’s vibrant alternative animation scene is on display in Strange Creatures, a screening on August 3rd of local independent animated shorts that explore our relationship with the natural world. This is a...
Beidler & Hughes on e4c

Beidler & Hughes on e4c

On April 5th  we welcome back media artists Evertt Beidler and Salise Hughes, who will share two videos on e4c. These works, selected by a peer-panel in 2011 will be added to e4c’s rotation for the next 12 months. Evertt Beidler is a multi-disciplinary artist based in Portland, Oregon. His work utilizes the production of...
Three for e4c

Three for e4c

4Culture is pleased to feature work by Andrew Binkley, Tess Martin and Barbara Robertson on e4c. Their selected videos will be added to e4c’s rotation for the next 12 months. Tess Martin: Plain Face 4Culture is pleased to welcome back Tess Martin to e4c. This season, we will feature Martin’s latest film, Plain Face. She...
new line-up for media gallery announced

new line-up for media gallery announced

4Culture is pleased to announce the names of artists selected to present work in the 2011/2012 season on e4c, 4Culture’s storefront media gallery. Through an open call to artists, media makers cross the United States, working in all genres, including documentary, animation and experimental, were invited to apply to participate in 4Culture’s e4c program. [vimeo]http://vimeo.com/12373310[/vimeo]...

new on e4c: tess martin

A Moment’s Reverie and Gaijin/The Foreigner premiering November 5, 2009 In conjunction with First Thursday, we are psyched to premiere the first new additions to the e4c lineup for the 09/10 season. Seattle-based animator Tess Martin will present two works adapted for the electronic gallery: A Moment’s Reverie, a back-lit paper cut-out animation, which is...