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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 ... Continue

Site Specific 2014 Announced

Site Specific 2014 Announced

For 2014, Site Specific continues its collaboration between 4Culture’s Arts, Heritage, and Preservation Programs to connect creative individuals and organizations to historic sites in King County. These historic sites will be interpreted and ... Continue

Cacophony for 8 Players

Cacophony for 8 Players

Washington Hall, Jan. 23-26, 2014, at 8 p.m. Tickets: $20 General admission, $15 students and seniors. Website: Cacophonyfor8Players.com

Cacophony for 8 Players a performance collaboration between director Torben Ulrich, composer Angelina Baldoz and choreographer Beth ... Continue

Vets Restore: Ceremony Honors First Group of Graduating Veterans

Vets Restore: Ceremony Honors First Group of Graduating Veterans

Three King County veterans have successfully completed Vets Restore, a pilot program that offers training, paid internships, and career guidance for veterans in the historic building preservation trades.

Graduates were honored at a ceremony and ... Continue

Interpreting Environmental Preservation Through Faith Traditions

Renewal

September 23-29, dusk-11:00pm Washington Hall, 153 14th Avenue

Seattle Jewish Film Festival is presenting free outdoor screenings of “Renewal,” a film directed by Martin Ostrow which consists of eight shorts about different religious approaches ... Continue

A Very Site Specific Weekend!

A Very Site Specific Weekend!

This weekend, Site Specific says goodbye to the lovely Jazz at the Panama Hotel series with a final performance from Stephen Griggs. At the same time, we welcome Keri Healey’s Gentleman Desperado back for a ... Continue

Vets Restore: Climbing to the Top

Vets Restore: Climbing to the Top

The first Vets Restore program is now in full swing, as the four veterans continue to attend an intensive summer preservation course at Seattle Central Community College Wood Technology Center. The internship component of ... Continue

Vets Restore: Connecting Veterans to Career and Community

Vets Restore: Connecting Veterans to Career and Community

“Preservation carpentry is not simply a job, it’s a trade and a career,” said King County Executive Dow Constantine. “Furnished with the tools of the trade, these returning local vets will learn the craft of ... Continue

VETS RESTORE Goes Live!

VETS RESTORE Goes Live!

Classes begin at the Wood Technology Center

Four King County-based veterans have just secured coveted spots in the first round of Vets Restore, a new initiative that offers training, mentoring, and job placement guidance for ... Continue

Vets Restore

Vets Restore

Connecting Veterans with Places back Home

4Culture is delighted to announce the launch of Vets Restore, an initiative that offers training, mentoring, and job placement guidance for returning vets in preservation carpentry.

About 1000 military ... Continue

...it had already gotten weird.

…it had already gotten weird.

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 ... Continue

attention diy homeowners

Historic Seattle is hosting a Building Renovation Fair on Saturday, April 9th at Washington Hall in Seattle. Take advantage of this new opportunity to meet and ask questions of thirty of the region’s experts in ... Continue