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Artists at the Center Application Now Open for 2023-2024 Performances at Seattle Center

Due June 27, 2023 The Seattle Office of Arts & Culture (ARTS) and Seattle Center created Artists at the Center to present emerging and established artists and celebrate their talent on a revitalized Seattle Center campus. Artists At the Center is a multi-year collaboration between ARTS and Seattle Center, with… [ Keep reading ]

Seattle Office of Arts & Culture selects inspiring projects for Hope Corps funding

30 artists and organizations will bring their proposals to life In the wake of the global pandemic and resulting economic crisis, the Seattle Office of Arts & Culture (ARTS) created Hope Corps, an economic recovery program connecting under- and unemployed workers in the creative industries with career opportunities that benefit the… [ Keep reading ]

May: Grants, Gigs, and Opportunities

Curated by Ashraf Hasham It’s time for the monthly roundup of community grants, job openings, opportunities, and resources! Arts Funding Programs The Seattle Office of Arts & Culture (ARTS) is opening a new funding program, Hope Corps, that connects under- and unemployed workers in the creative industries with career opportunities.   Individual… [ Keep reading ]

ARTS Unveils new name for organizational funding: Centering Art & Racial Equity (C.A.R.E.) Grant

Now open, Centering Art & Racial Equity (C.A.R.E.) grant is the new name of the Seattle Office of Arts & Culture’s organizational funding program previously known as Civic Partners. The updated name highlights the evolution of the program over the past ten years and reflects the values of racial equity,… [ Keep reading ]

2022 CityArtist Awardees

The CityArtist program supports Seattle-based individual artists/curators in the research, development, and presentation of their work. The 2022 cycle accepted proposals in Literary (including Screenwriting), Media/Film, and Visual Arts. Requested amounts available are $2,000, $5,000, or $8,000. All projects and public event(s) will be produced within two years of being… [ Keep reading ]

Recovery Funds for Cultural Organizations: Apply for Three Grants via One Application

We’ve teamed up with 4Culture to create a single application process for several grants in King County and the City of Seattle. About the Grants: Eligible organizations only need to fill out one application to be considered for funding from the following programs: 4Culture 2022 Sustained Support 4Culture Recovery Fund City of… [ Keep reading ]

The Mixer: New Media and Digital Arts – Next Steps and Funding Opportunities

To The Mixer Community, Thank you to everyone who attended our June 30 Mixer on New Media and Digital Arts! From playing with the definition of “New Media” to touching on NFTs, accessibility, and the wild world of the future we are making today in Augmented Reality (AR) and Virtual… [ Keep reading ]

Artists and Creative Workers Relief Funding

Focusing on individual artists and creative workers, this is the first of two parts in the City of Seattle’s Arts Recovery Package. The second part focuses on arts and cultural organizations. Learn more about the whole Arts Recovery Package, including organizational support. For Individual Artists and Creative Workers Please note… [ Keep reading ]

Update: Grant Funding and Invoices

All of us at the Office of Arts & Culture are with you during this difficult time and know that many of you are facing challenging decisions about cancellations, postponements, and closures that impact the incredible work you do serving your missions and communities. Please be assured that your awarded… [ Keep reading ]

New Creative Advantage Arts Sustainability Funds Awardees

The first round of support from the Creative Advantage Arts Sustainability Funds has been awarded, supporting arts education projects in fifteen schools with a variety of arts partners on the Creative Advantage Roster. The next deadline for these funds is January 31, 2020. Here are the inaugural awardees: Schools Arts… [ Keep reading ]