4Culture announces annual grant program

4Culture is accepting applications from now until March 6.

  • Friday, February 1, 2019 1:30am
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4Culture, King County’s cultural funding agency, has announce its annual grant program supporting projects for individuals and groups working in the arts, heritage and preservation.

Applications submitted by King County artists, art groups, local historians and owners of historic properties will be reviewed. There will be workshops in February to ensure applicants have support every step of the way.

4Culture is accepting applications from now until March 6. Find applications and further information online at www.4culture.org/project-grants/.

Art Projects fund artists and small arts groups who are working in all creative disciplines and genres to enhance the cultural life of King County.

Heritage Projects supports work uncovering, illuminating and sharing the rich history in King County.

Preservation Special Project grants are designed to support efforts to preserve and safeguard a historic site or building in King County. Contact a grant manager directly with questions:

• Art Projects – Individual Artists: Heather Dwyer, heather.dwyer@4culture.org or 206-263-1597

• Art Projects – Groups: Doreen Mitchum, Doreen.mitchum@4culture.org or 206-263-1605

• Heritage Projects — Chieko Phillips at chieko.phillips@4culture.org or 206-477-6811

• Preservation Special Projects — Brandi Link at brandi.link@4culture.org or 206-263-1593.

4Culture provides step-by-step guidance throughout the process as well as a series of informal workshops. No RSVP needed. Eastside workshops are:

• Wednesday, February 6, noon–1 p.m. at Woodinville Library, 17105 Avondale Road Northeast, Woodinville.

• Wednesday, February 20, noon–1 p.m. at Carnation Library, 4804 Tolt Ave., Carnation.


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