4Culture staff work closely with Advisory Committees made up of community-members who provide expert professional input, guidance and advice from the field. For more information, or to submit a letter of interest via email for future openings, please contact:
Every grant application we receive is evaluated through a peer-panel review process. Each year, hundreds of volunteers provide invaluable support to 4Culture by serving on these panels. If you are interested in serving on a panel, please contact:
Arts, Heritage, and Preservation: Deb Twersky
Public Art: Brennan Jernigan
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.
Local Arts AgenciesLocal Arts Agencies (LAAs) are non-profit or government agencies in suburban and unincorporated areas of King County providing cultural programs and services for a municipality or geographically defined community. 4Culture facilitates a regional network of 25 LAAs including both well-established and developing agencies through direct funding and bi-monthly meetings. The meetings provide an opportunity for staff coordinators to share resources, knowledge, expertise and innovative avenues for collaboration. LAAs are the primary cultural service providers for many of King County's residents.
Thank you for your interest in employment at 4Culture! We do not currently have any open positions. We list open positions with 4Culture as well as others in the Listings section of our website.
We post opportunities to gain valuable training and professional connections through paid and unpaid internships as need arises. Descriptions and application requirements will be posted on our Listings page approximately 6—8 weeks prior to the start of each internship.