For Artists

For over 30 years, 4Culture has managed an ever-expanding, juried roster of some of the best performing artists King County has to offer. This digital tool makes it easy for promoters, nonprofits, and event organizers to book you for their event.

Being Part of the Touring Arts Roster

Being Part of the Touring Arts Roster

Joining the Roster puts you or your group within easy reach of event organizers and audiences across King County. We even offer financial incentives to nonprofits and local arts agencies to book Roster groups!

To audition:

  • Read below to see if you are eligible.
  • Click or tap the “I want to audition” button on this page. You will be prompted to create a 4Culture account—choose Individual if you are a single artist and Group if you perform as a group. Make sure to complete the demographic profile in your account.
  • Follow prompts to the audition application and fill out the form. A 4Culture staff member will contact you to confirm your time slot.

For technical issues contact:

Christina Harrison
(206) 263-0752

Audition slots are 15 minutes long and can include any combination of live performance, video screening, and question-and-answer session with jurors. A tuned grand piano is available on request. Dressing rooms are available, but no sound-proofed warm up area other than the surrounding outdoor patio or front lobby.

A panel made up of a combination of arts professionals, administrators, presenters and working performers will evaluate your audition. The panel will judge based on these criteria:

  • Artistic merit
  • Professionalism
  • Quality of audition presentation
  • Quality of (optional) promotional materials

If selected to join the Touring Arts Roster, you’ll be asked to provide a photo and audio and video links for your listing. 4Culture regularly promotes the Roster across all 4Culture channels.

Are You and Your Group Eligible?

Are You and Your Group Eligible?

In order to audition for the Touring Arts Roster, you or your group must:

  • Be a performing artist, ensemble or group with some paid professional experience presenting concerts, readings or workshops.
  • Reside in King County, with mailing address in a King County District.
  • Have some promotional materials or internet presence. (Optional)
  • Be available to present 30 minute to 1 hour programs appropriate for audiences of all ages.

If you have questions about whether or not you are eligible, please contact Roster manager:

Nina Yarbrough