4Culture Newsletter + May 2022
4Culture | Advancing Community Through Culture

Celebrate the Reopening of Gallery 4Culture with Nate Clark's Squinch

We're so thrilled to welcome art and you back into our gallery space after a two-year hiatus! Nate Clark's hand-tied nets and cedar constructions reflect our complex relationship with time, technology, and a changing world.
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May 2022

Call for Artists: Regional Parks + Trails Public Art Plan

Throughout the pandemic we've headed to our outdoor spaces to gather, work, play, exercise, and explore.
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More Resources

Check out our ongoing grant programs: Open4Culture, Presenter Incentive ProgramHeritage Professional Development Stipend.
Explore our directory of COVID-19 resources for the cultural sector, or share one.

Listen to Artist Mental Health Stories on FM Radio

We're thrilled to partner with C89.5 on this series! The first installment features dancer and activist David Rue.
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Anti-Hate Poster Campaign Happening this Month

Head to Seattle's International District and Pioneer Square neighborhood to see work by an incredible group of artists.
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Extra! Extra!

Less is More, Get Out and Explore!
51st Annual Northwest Folklife
AKCHO Awards on May 24

Students: Apply for the Youth Heritage Project

The Washington Trust for Historic Preservation invites high schoolers to get hands-on with history this summer!
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Nate Clark. Yellow and White (Isle Royale National Park), 2019. Mohair and silk yarn. 84 x 84 x 20 inches; © Susan Robb, Paul Rucker, Stokley Towles, Trails Kiosks project, 2010. Photo by Paul Rucker. (Soos Creek Trail); Juliana Kang Robinson. We Belong Here, 2022; photo courtesy of C89.5 Radio and David Rue; photo courtesy of the Washington Trust for Historic Preservation. 
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