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Press Contact: Christina DePaolo, (206) 263-1588

A Land Art 1st for the National Register of Historic Places

Robert Morris’ celebrated Untitled Earthwork (Johnson Pit #30), one of the first ever publicly funded Land Art projects, is now included on the National Register of Historic Places. A contemporary earthwork has never received such status.

4Culture Board of Directors for 2021

4Culture is grateful to outgoing Board Directors and welcomes new executive leadership, including recent appointees Seth Margolis and Latha Sambamurti.

Artist Leo Berk Ties the Past to the Present for Water Taxi Passengers

A new covered passenger ferry terminal puts art central to the traveler's experience. Artist Leo Berk's stanchions reflect the pilings that were used to fill in Seattle's waterfront, connecting the past to the present. This public art work is the result of successful partnership between 4Culture and the King County Department of Transportation Marine Division.

$20 Million approved for Building for Equity

This initiative supports the existing needs of building projects for King County's cultural sector and creates a pathway for 4Culture to evolve its funding practices toward more equitable outcomes