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619 Western Avenue

619 Western Avenue

Short Films on the 619 Building

April 19th from 4:00 -6:00 pm

Northwest Film Forum

1515 12th Ave Main, Seattle

4Culture award-winning film Director Brian Nunes asks:

“Does urban progress mean the end of the urban artist?”

In the case ... Read more

Workshop with Minor Differences & Filmmaker Heather Oakson

Workshop with Minor Differences & Filmmaker Heather Oakson

Minor Differences Excerpts + Q&A
Monday, October 14, 2013 6:00pm
SIFF Film Center Screening Room, Seattle Center
FREE

Minor Differences is a locally-produced, 4Culture-supported documentary, addressing race, criminality and youth imprisonment. Film excerpts will be followed by a Q&A discussion ... Read more

The Way Film Is Meant to be Seen

The Way Film Is Meant to be Seen

Through the On-Site Review program, 4Culture evaluates arts and heritage organizations who receive Sustained Support funding. On-Site Reviewers attend events produced or presented by recipients and write up short reviews, which give the adjudicating Sustained Support panelists a patron’s-eye-view of ... Read more

4Culture Gets Its Fingerprints All Over SIFF!

4Culture Gets Its Fingerprints All Over SIFF!

As the dazzling cavalcade of cinema that is the Seattle International Film Festival zooms upon us, 4Culture happily trumpets our support of not one…not two…not three…but FOUR films screening in the festival! That’s three wildly different documentaries and one animated ... Read more

The Long Walk Short Film Fest

The Long Walk Short Film Fest

The Long Walk Short Film Fest
Thursday, February 28th – 8pm
Northwest Film Forum
1515 12th Avenue – Seattle, WA 98122

Join Susan Robb and the Northwest Film Forum for an evening of films that explore the cultural implications of ... Read more

So Electric: 14 Artists Selected for e4c

So Electric: 14 Artists Selected for e4c

Walk, ride or drive by – Electronic Art on the Street

4Culture is pleased to announce the 14 artists selected to present work in the 2012/2013 season on e4c, 4Culture’s storefront media gallery. Through an open call to artists, media ... Read more

e4c Call for Artists

e4c Call for Artists

e4c is…

Free! Media art, accessible to everyone, every day. Fast! Videos are short, between 1-5 minutes. Fabulous! A curated collection of electronic artworks, selected by local artists.

e4c offers…... Read more

Great exposure. e4c is visible by foot, bike, car or
To Heritage, Next Fifty is Nifty

To Heritage, Next Fifty is Nifty

Fifty years to the day after the 1962 World’s Fair opened, The Next Fifty, the community-wide commemoration, will kick off a six-month golden anniversary observance with daylong activities at Seattle Center on Saturday, April 21. Over the past two ... Read more

volunteer for the latino film festival

The Seattle Latino Film Festival is looking for volunteers to help with this year’s festival, from Oct. 1st – 3rd . If you are interested in helping out at this great event, please contact the SLFF committee. Featuring films from ... Read more

call for artists: video, film & electronic art

4Culture seeks media artworks for e4c, a storefront gallery for electronic art. Visible by foot, bike, car or bus to more than 20,000 people each day (seriously, we checked the stats), e4c exhibits selected artworks from regional and national artists, ... Read more

4Culture seeks electronic art for media gallery

Four media artists share information about their work and about their experience exhibiting on e4c, 4Culture’s storefront media gallery. Artists include, Tess Martin, Heather Dew Oaksen, Margot Quan Knight and Rob Zverina.

4Culture seeks electronic artworks for e4c, 4Culture’s ... Read more

documentary uncovers jewel of federal way

Spotlight on an Individual Artist Projects Recipient

The West Hylebos Wetlands in Federal Way are considered by many to be a natural and cultural gem of the region. Captivated by this site and the efforts to preserve it, Federal Way ... Read more