Archive for 'Funding'
The Office of Arts & Culture is investing nearly $300,000 in more than 40 youth arts programs around the city through two unique funding programs, Youth Arts and Work Readiness Arts Program (WRAP). “Every investment in our youth is an investment in our future,” says Randy Engstrom, director of the Office of Arts & Culture. […][More]
Posted: June 29th, 2015 under Art Beat, eNews, Funding, News.
Tags: grants, sawhorse revolution, Seattle Youth Violence Prevention Initiative, somali community services of seattle, work readiness art program, WRAP, youth, Youth arts
Cultural Facilities Fund application now open Closes Friday, September 4, 2015 at 11 p.m. PST The 2016 Cultural Facilities Fund is currently open and is designed to support capital projects that improve Seattle’s arts spaces in significant and lasting ways. Our goal is to help Seattle-based organizations build and improve their facilities in ways that […][More]
Seattle’s Office of Arts & Culture’s Civic Partner funding program invests in arts and cultural organizations to foster broad public access to a rich array of quality arts opportunities while promoting a healthy and diverse cultural community. On May 19 the 2016-17 two-year funding program will begin accepting applications and will award approximately $1.7M to […][More]
Just in time for Poetry month in April, Seattle is launching a Civic Poet Program. The Civic Poet program celebrates Seattle’s rich literary community, while investing in the future of literary arts through community engagement. The call for the 2015 Civic Poet opens Thursday, April 16 and will close Thursday, May 28. The Civic Poet […][More]
The Wing Luke Museum of the Asian Pacific American Experience This May is Asian Pacific American Heritage Month – in other words, a celebration of Asians and Pacific Islanders in the United States and the perfect time to reacquaint yourself with the Wing Luke Museum of the Asian Pacific American Experience. The Wing is a longtime […][More]
The Delridge Neighborhoods Development Association’s (DNDA) Youngstown Cultural Arts mural project, completed in August 2014, was the final phase of a two year project to address graffiti plaguing South Delridge. The project was made possible in part by a grant from the Work Readiness Art Program (WRAP). WRAP, a youth focused granting program, in collaboration […][More]
The Office of Arts & Culture announced that $2.4M in cultural program grants are available to expand public access to arts and cultural organizations, develop and renovate arts spaces, support community festivals, individual artists, and youth programs and foster innovative projects. The office’s goal is to foster a city driven by creativity that provides the […][More]
Posted: March 3rd, 2015 under Art Beat, CityArtist, Creative Advantage, Cultural Space, Funding, NCA, smart ventures.
Tags: arts funding, CityArtist Projects, civic partners, cultural space, grants, smART ventures, Work readiness program, Youth arts
The application for the Work Readiness Arts Program will launch Tuesday, February 18, 2014. The Seattle Office of Arts & Culture, in collaboration with the Seattle Youth Violence Prevention Initiative (SYVPI), is soliciting proposals from arts, cultural and community organizations interested in providing training programs that links arts learning and work experiences for Seattle youth. […][More]
Posted: January 24th, 2014 under Funding.
Carolyne Wright, a local Seattle poet, is one of the 2014 CityArtist award recipients, with the first of numerous readings coming up on February 12. Wright received funds to continue development of new work on This Dream the World, a collection of her poetry which focuses on women, specifically “confronting family and national history.” Wright will […][More]
KEXP, you get a car! 826, you get a car; and Cornish, you get a car! …Well, maybe Oprah isn’t giving any of Seattle’s organizations cars, but Mayor McGinn announced that 13 cultural organizations have received money to upgrade or complete their facilities! Way better than a Pontiac. More great news – McGinn and City […][More]