Passionate about arts and culture in King County? There are lots of ways you can help us support them.
Grant and Public Art PanelsEvery grant application we receive is evaluated through a peer-panel review process. Each year, hundreds of community-members provide invaluable support to 4Culture by serving on these panels.
On-Site ReviewsInterested in being a part of the grant-making process? On-Site Reviewers go to events presented by arts and heritage organizations funded by or applying for our Sustained Support grants—orchestras, theaters, dance groups, galleries, choruses, festivals, museums, and more.
Advisory Committees4Culture staff work closely with Advisory Committees made up of community-members who provide expert professional input, guidance and advice from the field.
Local Arts AgenciesLocal Arts Agencies (LAAs) provide cultural services for suburban and unincorporated communities in King County. We facilitate a network of 26 LAAs through direct funding and bi-monthly meetings, which foster innovative avenues for collaboration.
The Association of King County Historical Organizations is a forum for the issues that confront our region's museums and heritage organizations.
The South King County Cultural Coalition over 70 organizations promoting and preserving arts and heritage in the vibrant communities south of Seattle.
Explore King CountyKing County is home to a vast array of people, communities, and organizations. From 2018-2020, we conducted a listening session tour, compiled information from cultural funders, synthesized city-level cultural planning, and documented existing cultural infrastructure. The result is our 2020 King County Cultural Health Study. Learn more.