Congratulations to the 2015 Cultural Facilities Partners! This funding is awarded annually to provide assistance in the renovation of physical structures for organizations that sustain Seattle through arts and culture.
This year, nine organizations have received funding through the Office of Arts & Culture who all contribute to the Seattle arts community through their programming. With the help of the Cultural Facilities Grants, these non-profits will continue to serve the Seattle arts community.
Renovations will begin this year, and they include a variety of expansion and installation projects, including implementing full fire protection for the Seattle landmark Washington Hall by Historic Seattle, a nonprofit that works to preserve Seattle’s architectural legacy ; Ripple Productions will finish the construction of a new theatre, and build a new central location for Café Nordo shows; and The United Indians of All Tribes Foundation will renovate the physical infrastructure of Daybreak Star Indian Cultural Center, which will include several improvements to existing classrooms.
To view all nine recipients and their renovations, visit our website.
Photo: Historic Seattle is implementing full fire protection for Washington Hall. Photo courtesy Washington Hall.