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Ecotober @ Brightwater

Ecotober @ Brightwater

Sustainability explored all month at Brightwater in Woodinville

Are you looking for a fun, free and family-friendly way to welcome the crisp days of fall and learn how you can be a better steward of our natural resources? Head out ... Read more

We Are Part of the Cycle

We Are Part of the Cycle

Animation artist Tess Martin recently completed a charming short film called Part of the Cycle that explores our relationship to water.

 

“All the water we have is what you see on this Earth,” states Kristin Covey, wastewater treatment education ... Read more

Mind your P’s please

Mind your P’s please

There are really only four “P’s” that you should ever flush down the toilet.  (Think about it.)  Artist Marita Dingus is helping students, primarily in kindergarten through 3rd grade classes, to mind their P’s through a series of hands-on art-making ... Read more

Announcing 4Culture’s Awards for Excellence

Announcing 4Culture’s Awards for Excellence

Thank you to everyone who came to 4Culture’s 2013 “What We Do 4Love” Open House on February 12th. From the various reports staff received, it sounds like a good time was had by all!

We would like to ... Read more

Brightwater Artwork Recognized With National Awards

Brightwater Artwork Recognized With National Awards

Public Art Network Year In Review 2012 Awards

Northwest Artists and Projects Honored

Each year Americans for the Arts Public Art Network recognizes the most outstanding public artworks from across the country. Over 400 applications were received this year, and ... Read more

Grandfather's Wisdom, New Artwork Installed at Brightwater

Grandfather’s Wisdom, New Artwork Installed at Brightwater

Join Public Art 4Culture in celebrating the recent installation of Andrea Wilbur-Sigo’s Grandfather’s Wisdom, an artwork that brings the history, perspectives and culture of the First Peoples of Puget Sound to Brightwater.

Artwork discussion and demonstration

Saturday, May 19th, 11am ... Read more

Call for Artists: Brightwater Conveyance

Call for Artists: Brightwater Conveyance

Applications Due Monday, March 26, 5:00 p.m.

4Culture, working in partnership with King County’s Wastewater Treatment Division, is seeking temporary artworks that will inspire and engage the broader community in a conversation about water quality in our region, environmental stewardship ... Read more

Brightwater Reviewed on KUOW

Brightwater Reviewed on KUOW

Public Art Director Cath Brunner led reporter Gary Faigin on a tour of Brightwater’s public art last week. His review of three of the artworks installed at the Environmental Education Center will air on NPR station KUOW, 94.9 FM, between ... Read more

brightwater opens with sun and crowds

brightwater opens with sun and crowds

Saturday, September 24 was a glorious fall day, and 2400 people spent at least part of it at Brightwater Treatment Plant. King County and 4Culture staff were on hand to give tours and welcome visitors to the grand opening of ... Read more

brightwater: art & utility

brightwater: art & utility

 

Brightwater Wastewater Treatment Plant Opening Celebration
Saturday, September 24th 9:00 am – 4:00 pm

Brightwater Design Team Lecture, Seattle Design Festival
Seattle Public Library, Main Branch

Saturday, September 17, 10:30 am to 12:00 noon

Join 4Culture in celebrating an ... Read more

jim blashfield at brightwater

Artist Jim Blashfield shows how he developed Circulator, his artwork for the Environmental Education Center at Brightwater. The wastewater treatment plant will open in September, when visitors will be able to experience Blashfield’s multi-media installation in the lobby of ... Read more

andrea wilbur-sigo to create artwork for brightwater

Congrats to Shelton, WA-based artist, Andrea Wilbur-Sigo, who has been selected to create a site-responsive artwork for the Delta Pond at the Brightwater Treatment Facility. Andrea was selected from a group of 29 artists nominated for the opportunity to create ... Read more