Jim Kelly has announced that he will retire as 4Culture’s Executive Director as of March 31, 2018. Under Kelly’s leadership, 4Culture has become the largest cultural funder in Washington State.
Creative Justice expands through partnerships with MOHAI and the Seattle Public Library, providing a conduit for voices of youth leadership.
4Culture announces the Arc Artist Fellowship, a new program to provide operational support for King County artists. Unrestricted awards of $12,000 may be used to offset daily expenses for Fellows as they pursue their creative work. The Fellowship includes modest promotional support through the 4Culture website.
Estate of Artist Su Job Announces Juan Alonso-Rodríguez and Romson Regarde Bustillo as the Recipients of the 2017 Conductive Garboil Grant
4Culture, Artist Trust, and the Estate of Su Job proudly announce artists Juan Alonso-Rodríguez and Romson Regarde Bustillo as the recipients of the 2017 Conductive Garboil Grant, a yearly, non‐restricted award of $3,000.
The SODO Track is an icon in the making. 25 international and local artists will futher transform the busway south of Downtown Seattle this summer.
This fall, artist W. Scott Trimble will begin working with the project design team to create art integrated with the NE 8th Street Crossing project.
4Culture announces the distribution of $419,500 to 71 artists in King County through its annual Art Projects grant. More artists are receiving funding as the result of a generous donation from The Project Room, an experimental non-profit organization for artists.
Each year, AIA Seattle recognizes leadership and achievement in designing the built environment through its honors program.
Cath Brunner, Director of 4Culture’s Public Art Program, has been recognized with the Public Art Network Leadership Award for her creative contributions and exemplary commitment to the field of public art.
Katie Miller’s Palimpsest will be on view in Gallery4Culture and new work by Andy Behrle, Blake Marques Carrington, and Elizabeth Withstandley will premier on e4c.
An expanded Poetry on Buses launches on Monday, April 24, with an event at Seattle’s historic Moore Theatre, featuring community poets, live music and dance performances.