Archive for 'Funding'
April is National Poetry Month, making it a perfect time of year to grab your favorite literary work and enjoy the ever-changing spring weather. Inspired by the successful celebrations of Black History Month (February) and Women’s History Month (March), the Academy of American Poets established National Poetry Month in 1996. The Raven Chronicles, an organization […][More]
24 organizations, seven temporary artworks receive $200,000 SEATTLE, (February 22, 2016) —The Seattle Office of Arts & Culture in conjunction with Seattle Parks and Recreation today announced $198,400 in funding awards and artist selections for the Put the Arts in Parks pilot program. One of the first programs for the new Seattle Parks District, the […][More]
NEWS RELEASE For Immediate Release Contact: Erika Lindsay, Seattle Office of Arts & Culture, (206) 684-4337 Calandra Childers, Seattle Office of Arts & Culture, (206) 684-7306 Mayor Murray Announces $1.8 million investment in Seattle art organizations Civic Partners is the City’s largest investment in arts, heritage and cultural organizations SEATTLE (Feb. 23, 2016) […][More]
Organizations funded for two years through the 2016-17 Neighborhood & Community Arts grant SEATTLE, (February 9, 2016) —The Seattle Office of Arts & Culture announces $48,000 invested in 40 neighborhood arts festivals and events through the two year Neighborhood & Community Arts (NCA) grant program. The program provides each organization with $1,200 per year for […][More]
Posted: February 9th, 2016 under Art Beat, Funding, NCA, News Release.
Tags: alki art fair, beacon hill festival, indigenous showcase, neighborhood & community arts grant, seattle jewish film festival, thai festival
Kristi serves as ARTS’ Youth Funding Project Manager and has a passion for cultural preservation, youth empowerment and community advocacy. Kristi is a former Arts Education Manager of the Langston Hughes Performing Arts Institute and Education Manager for the Wing Luke Museum of the Asian Pacific American Experience. Her innovation in bridge-building amongst schools, families […][More]
The Seattle Office of Arts & Culture is investing over $1M in cultural program grants in 2016. These grants 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. For more information about our grants visit http://www.seattle.gov/arts/grants Grant and application […][More]
Posted: January 22nd, 2016 under Art Beat, Cultural Space, Funding, smart ventures.
Tags: 2016 grant program deadlines, CityArtist Projects, cultural facilities, neighborhood & community arts grant, smART ventures, Work-Readiness Arts Program
Join ARTS staff at Lake City Future First Community Conversation Wednesday, January 27, 2016, 6-8 p.m. Lake City Community Center 12531 28th Ave NE Seattle, WA 98125 In addition to discovering new opportunities in Lake City, you can also learn about a number of programs offered by the Seattle Office of Arts & Culture including […][More]
Mayor Ed Murray delivered his 2016 Proposed Budget to the City Council today, and I am pleased to inform you that he has proposed increased investments in arts and culture. The Office’s core programing is made possible through the 1% for Art ordinance and Admissions Tax allocation. With this proposed budget, Mayor Murray has outlined […][More]
I’m thrilled to introduce our 2014 Report to the Community – in an all-new digital format. While I’m a little abashed about publishing a 2014 report when we’re three-quarters of the way through 2015 already, I think this one was worth the wait. The Office of Arts & Culture has been publishing a paper Report […][More]
Posted: September 17th, 2015 under Art Beat, Arts Education, Creative Advantage, Cultural Space, eNews, Equity, Funding, Langston Hughes Performing Arts Institute, Public Art.
Tags: grants, Public Art, report to the community
This fall the Office of Arts & Culture is opening the 2016 Neighborhood & Community Arts program in conjunction with a new pilot program created in partnership with Seattle Parks and Recreation, Put the Arts in Parks. Both grant programs support and encourage the vibrant cultural work being done in and by communities throughout Seattle. […][More]
Posted: September 10th, 2015 under Art Beat, eNews, Funding, NCA.
Tags: grant, guidelines translation, neighborhood & community arts grant, put the arts in parks grant, Seattle Parks and Recreation, Seattle Parks District