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I am from __________. I contain multitudes.

I am from __________. I contain multitudes.

Happy April and National Poetry Month! In this guest post, poet Michelle Peñaloza invites you to participate in a series of events we’re calling the Poetry on Buses Roadshow. We hope to see you.

Do I contradict myself?

Very well ... Read more

Congratulations to the new 2015-2016 gallery artists!

Congratulations to the new 2015-2016 gallery artists!

The annual Gallery4Culture application deadline passed on January 5. Late in January a selection panel met, deliberated and chose eleven artists for exhibitions commencing in the fall and running through July, 2016.  The artists, listed in the order of their ... Read more

StEPs 4Culture incentivizes capacity building

StEPs 4Culture incentivizes capacity building

Four years ago, through the 2011-2012 Heritage Sustained Support review panel process, 4Culture provided 17 organizations complimentary enrollment in the Standards and Excellence Program for History Organizations, or StEPs. This self-assessment program, developed by the American Association for State and ... Read more

Creative Justice

Creative Justice

Creative Justice... Read more is 4Culture’s new arts-based alternative to incarceration for young people in King County. Through collaboration with mentor artists, participants consider the root causes of incarceration (as they intersect with racism, classism and other oppressions) and focus on the
Sans Façon – Tristan Surtees and Charles Blanc – Selected as Planning Artists for Seattle’s CSO System

Sans Façon – Tristan Surtees and Charles Blanc – Selected as Planning Artists for Seattle’s CSO System

4Culture and King County’s Wastewater Treatment Division are excited to announce that Sans Façon has been selected to create the Seattle-area Combined Sewer Overflow (CSO) Art Master Plan. Sans Façon is a collaborative partnership between Tristan Surtees (English artist) and ... Read more

March gallery exhibit shines a light on the Duwamish Artist Residency

March gallery exhibit shines a light on the Duwamish Artist Residency

Gallery4Culture
Duwamish Residency Artists
The Duwamish Residency: Process and Artifacts
March 5 – 26, 2015
Opening: 1st Thursday, March 5, 6:00 – 8:00 pm
4Culture is located at 101 Prefontaine Street South in Pioneer Square, Seattle

 

The Duwamish Residency: ... Read more

Welcome new advisory committee members

Welcome new advisory committee members

Each of the four program areas at 4Culture – arts, heritage, preservation, and public art has an advisory committee comprised of experts in the field who volunteer their time to provide professional input, guidance and advice to program staff. They ... Read more

Five new Board Directors for 4Culture in 2015

Five new Board Directors for 4Culture in 2015

It is always exciting to start the year at 4Culture by welcoming new members to the 4Culture Board of Directors. Since offering King County-wide programs is core to 4Culture’s mission, we are delighted that these additional new directors hail from ... Read more

Last Call: TROY Block Deadline February 17

Last Call: TROY Block Deadline February 17

Check out 4Culture’s Opportunities page for application links to the TROY Block call-for-artists. This is an excellent opportunity for a US-based artist to create a highly public artwork in Seattle’s exciting, technology-centered neighborhood along South Lake Union. The developer and ... Read more

4Culture welcomes Raya Leary and Bart J. Cannon

4Culture welcomes Raya Leary and Bart J. Cannon

We are very happy to announce that two of our part-time staff members have now joined the 4Culture team full-time in 2015.

Raya Leary started working at 4Culture in 2012 as our Communication Intern to assist the communications team, attend ... Read more

Gallery4Culture: sculptor John Radtke's solo show

Gallery4Culture: sculptor John Radtke’s solo show

John Radtke: /N.
February 5 – February 26, 2015
Opening: 1st Thursday, February 5, 6pm – 8 pm

Gallery4Culture welcomes John Radtke in his first solo exhibit, /N. Radtke’s show consists of sculptures and drawings produced during the past year, ... Read more

Let's take a look at Open 4Culture

Let’s take a look at Open 4Culture

As 2014 comes to a close and we ramp up for the 2015 funding cycle, and get ready to post applications for arts, heritage, and preservation projects, take a moment to focus on the small but mighty Open 4Culture program. ... Read more