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Hidden Hazards in the Arts workshop on May 29

Hidden Hazards in the Arts workshop on May 29

Hidden Hazards in the Arts
Reducing artists’ chemical exposures
Thursday, May 29, 6:00-8:00 pm
Greg Kucera Gallery
212 3rd Ave. S., Seattle
Free Admission

You are invited to join Dave Waddell of King County’s Local Hazardous Waste Management Program for ... Read more

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5/24: Somali Community Poetry Workshop with Mohamed Shidane

5/24: Somali Community Poetry Workshop with Mohamed Shidane

May 24, 2014 | 2:00 pm
Pabla Punjabi Palace
15245 International Blvd. #205
Seatac 98198

Join Somali Poet Mohamed Shidane and Poetry on Buses Planning Poet Roberto Ascalon for a poetry writing workshop centered around the Somali community. All people ... Read more

From Texaco to Turkey House to Trader Joe's: Redmond and the Nelson Family

From Texaco to Turkey House to Trader Joe’s: Redmond and the Nelson Family

From Texaco to Turkey House to Trader Joes: The Nelson Family Remembers Buff and Mike Nelson, Nelson Legacy Group
Cultural Congress at Seattle Center April 28 & 29

Cultural Congress at Seattle Center April 28 & 29

Join your statewide colleagues – including artists, administrators, educators, and cultural leaders – from across Washington for the 2014 Cultural Congress, April 28 and 29 on the Seattle Center campus.

The Washington State Arts Alliance produces the Cultural Congress, a ... Read more

Museums added to Map 4Culture

Museums added to Map 4Culture

We’ve recently updated Map 4Culture, our interactive online and mobile map, with museums. Like the organizations participating in Destination Heritage, and integrated Public Art projects in King County’s collection, all the museums included on the new Map 4C layer receive ... Read more

Saturday Concert to support the renovation of Washington Hall

Saturday Concert to support the renovation of Washington Hall

We are excited about Saturday’s concert to benefit the restoration of Washington Hall, the grand old lady of performance in Seattle. Get all the details on the Washington Hall site and come out to hear four generations of the Holden ... Read more

Landmark Capital Application Workshops

Landmark Capital Application Workshops

Applications due May 14

Grant applications are now available for funding to help repair, restore or rehabilitate your historic property through our annual Landmarks Capital program. Workshops are being offered to private property owners, public agencies and nonprofit organizations that ... Read more

SEAT & Spin, please

SEAT & Spin, please

Webster Crowell, from Seattle Experimental Animation Team, joins us a guest with a little background on SEAT, their current exhibit at 4Culture and zoetropes. Come see their mighty zoetropes and give them a spin in Gallery4Culture by Friday, March 28th.... Read more

Remembering Danny Pierce

Remembering Danny Pierce

Danny Pierce, beloved Kent artist with a long and prestigious career, died March 6, 2014 in Kent. 4Culture funded Danny as an individual artist, and he sat for this portrait by Eduardo Calderon as part of Eduardo’s project to document ... Read more

Volunteers needed for American Alliance of Museums in May

Volunteers needed for American Alliance of Museums in May

The American Alliance of Museums Annual Conference will be held in Seattle May 18-21. This event is the largest gathering of museum professionals in the world, with expected attendance of 5,000+. We’re looking for great people to fill more than ... Read more

Felling, Bucking and Rails: Logging in the 1920's

Felling, Bucking and Rails: Logging in the 1920′s

The Siler Logging Company & Railroad: 1920′s Logging

Saturday, March 8

10:30am – noon

Redmond Historical Society Speaker Series

Old Redmond Schoolhouse Community Center

16600 NE 80th St., Redmond, WA.

$5 suggested donation for non-members

Logging – and its related ... Read more

Office closure for President's Day

Office closure for President’s Day

4Culture will be closed Monday, February 17 for the President’s Day holiday.... Read more