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WebFuzzy + Masquerade

WebFuzzy + Masquerade

WebFuzzy is a monthly post by 4Culture staff who are interested in sharing the process of our website redesign by explaining our steps, showing our designs and marveling in our messy mistakes. Masquerade Post 2 Last month, we revealed that the result of our best intentions at crafting a useable website fell short of expectations....
WebFuzzy + Listening is Hard

WebFuzzy + Listening is Hard

WebFuzzy is a monthly post by 4Culture staff who are interested in sharing the process of our website redesign by explaining our steps, showing our designs and marveling in our messy mistakes. Listening is Hard Post 1 Last fall we started a process of asking folks who visit our website about how they use it...
Tina Hoggatt departs 4Culture

Tina Hoggatt departs 4Culture

Tina Hoggatt joined our staff as the Education and Outreach Coordinator with the Public Art Program in 2006. Her mission was to tell the stories of the King County Public Art Collection and consulting projects. Why should we care about public art and the built environment? What does it mean? Why is it sometimes so...
New Phone numbers for 4Culture staff

New Phone numbers for 4Culture staff

4Culture has updated our phone system to King County’s Unified Communications Microsoft Lync System. The switch from legacy telephony services supports business needs around mobility, leverages new service capabilities, and improves cost management. This change also comes with new phone numbers. Our main number, (206) 296-7580, remains the same (for now) so you can always...
Happy Halloween!

Happy Halloween!

Arts, Heritage, Preservation, and Public Art, and the entire 4Culture staff, wish you a very CREEPY Halloween!
Technical Difficulties...

Technical Difficulties…

Please Stand By Whoa! Our website has burst into 2013 in fits and starts. As we settle into our first week this new year so does our website. You’ll notice that we’ve changed our home page to our blog so that visitors get better access to all the programs, stories and news that 4Culture supports...
looking for opportunities?

looking for opportunities?

We don’t want you to miss an opportunity so we’ll start posting any future employment listings to the Opportunities section of our website. You may be used to scanning through the Opportunities section searching for funding and project support so it makes sense to include cultural employment listings there as well. There you’ll be able...

MadArt | Mad Homes

14 emerging Seattle artists set forth to transform a group of neighboring homes in Seattle’s North Capitol Hill. The homes, slated for demolition later this summer, will be turned into site-specific neighborhood art installations. Located at 711 Bellevue Ave E in Seattle, the project is free to view from July 16 – August 7, Noon-7pm....

central district garden tour: public art fundraiser

The ninth annual Central Area Garden Tour, June 4 from 11am – 4pm, features a mix of fourteen private gardens and public sites. Residents have opened up their spaces and enthusiasm for gardening and you might just get an idea or two to spruce up your own outside space. Mosaics, pollinator pathways, vegetables, flowers, reflecting...

we invite you to apply!

¬† Visit our Opportunity Listings   A comprehensive list of current 4Culture funding, calls and opportunities is now online. All programs ¬†post local, regional, national, and international opportunities of interest to their fields. You can filter your search by program, email individual listings and submit opportunities with our online form. Bookmark the Apply page to...

East Union opens new space for artists

A new space for visual artists located at 2421 B East Union St., in Seattle’s Central District, is available for booking starting this April. The 500 square feet of space include a 13-foot ceiling, 8′ street level window, in-wall sound system, professional suspended wall hanging system, and best of all, a no commission business model....

central district public art opportunity reminder

Deadline is this Friday, January 28, 2010 The Central District Public Art Project, sponsored by the Central District Neighborhood Association, seeks to hire a landscape architect, urban planner, or public artist to create a plan for the CD Public Art Project. The finished project intends to create public art throughout the Central District which will...