4Culture Community Open House

Akio Takamori, LOVE, Ceramic, 2008, Public Art Collection at Harborview Medical Center © Peter de Lory
Akio Takamori, LOVE, Ceramic, 2008, Public Art Collection at Harborview Medical Center © Peter de Lory
Akio Takamori, LOVE, Ceramic, 2008, Public Art Collection at Harborview Medical Center © Peter de Lory
Akio Takamori, LOVE, Ceramic, 2008, Public Art Collection at Harborview Medical Center © Peter de Lory

We’re getting jazzed for our free annual community event and open house on February 12.

WHAT WE DO 4LOVE: A community open house

4:00 – 8:00 p.m. at 4Culture’s Offices, 101 Prefontaine Pl S, Seattle, WA 98104
*Free and open to the public. Cash bar.*
Please RSVP by reserving a free ticket before February 6.

Come early to beat the crowds!

4:30 PM   Gallery tour with artists Rodrigo Valenzuela and Anthony Sonnenberg
5:00 – 6:00 PM   Music by Valse Cafe Orchestra
6:00 – 6:20 PM   Remarks and presentations of Golden Rainglobe for heritage tourism award and PA4 award for public art advocacy
6:30 – 7:30 PM   Creative PechaKucha-style presentations by Bellevue Arts Museum, Hornall Anderson (BLine Pulse), Julianna Ross (Sand Point Arts & Cultural Exchange), Tom Ikeda (DENSHO) and Leonard Garfield (MOHAI)
6:30-7:30 PM   Music by Fred Hoadley Trio
8:00 PM
   You don’t have to go home, but you can’t stay here

Throughout the night

  • “Q meets A” interactive activity with poet Karen Finneyfrock
  • Ask4Culture booth – learn about 2013 deadlines and chat with staff
  • Get your free Theo chocolate mix-tape & download featuring artists from our Touring Arts Roster
  • Valentine-making in our conference room
  • Drinks from Dry Soda and Georgetown Brewing Company
  • Snacks from Tamarind Tree

Transportation

Many King County Metro buses stop within one block of 4Culture. The Pioneer Square bus/light rail tunnel is half a block away. Parking is also available for a reduced fee that evening across the street at the Frye Parking Garage – 117 3rd Ave S.

xoxo
4Culture

Thanks to our décor magic-makers: artist Celeste Cooning and Gwen Demombynes of Moonbeam Lighting.

Thanks to our sponsors: Theo Chocolates, Tamarind Tree and Long Provincial Vietnamese Restaurants, Georgetown Brewing Co, Dry Soda