Heritage Projects and Preservation Special Projects Grants Open

Illustration by Eroyn Franklin
Illustration by Eroyn Franklin

Every year, our Projects grants fuel the experiences that shape the cultural life of King County. From exhibits to interviews, early research to the final touches, we help put ideas in motion. Have an idea for a project that could use some funding? If you also live in King County, are at least 18 years old, and your project is focused on one of our program areas, you’re ready to jump in.

Applications for Heritage Projects and Preservation Special Projects are now open! 

Preservation Special Projects funds neighborhood surveys, landmark nominations,  research projects, and community advocacy efforts that focus on historic places in King County. Heritage Projects supports the people and organizations bringing history to life through exhibits, documentaries, publications, curriculum, and more. Read the guidelines for Heritage Projects and Preservation Special Projects to learn more about each grant.

Apply by Wednesday, February 24, 2016 at 5:00 pm.

Submit your best application by joining us for a free workshop! Need help with your budget? Not sure what work samples to send? Confused about the grant criteria? 4Culture grant managers will answer all these questions and more.

At the 4Culture Offices
Heritage Projects
Thursday, January 14, 12—1 pm
Thursday, January 28, 12—1 pm
Thursday, February 11, 12—1 pm

Preservation Special Projects
Thursday, January 7, 12—1 pm
Thursday, January 21, 12—1 pm
Thursday, February 4, 12—1 pm

Around King County
Newport Way Library
Tuesday, January 12, 12—1 pm
14250 SE Newport Wy, Bellevue, WA 98006

Boulevard Park Library
Tuesday, January 26, 12—1 pm
12015 Roseberg Ave S, Seattle, WA 98168

Kent Library
Tuesday, February 2, 12—1 pm
212 2nd Ave N, Kent, WA 98032

Kenmore Library
Tuesday, February 9, 12—1 pm
6531 NE 181st St, Kenmore, WA 98028

Stay tuned for more information coming soon on Individual and Group Art Projects Grants.