07. 4Culture Offices & Galleries
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Gallery4Culture, Arcade & e4c
Gallery4Culture exhibits King County artists in month-long shows. Artists receive a stipend, press and social media support. The annual call for artists is usually issued in November and closes the following January.
The Storefront Arcade is reserved for community based exhibitions and is curated by 4Culture.
e4c, 4Culture's electronic gallery, is made up of 4 screens showing media works commissioned for the gallery. A call for artists is issued periodically. The storefront screens are currently being reconfigured; new media artworks will be on display later this year. e4c artists are also featured on a rotating basis on the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation screens in front of the campus, near the Seattle Center.
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4Culture funds in the areas of Art, Heritage and Preservation, commissions for and manages the King County Public Art Collection, and supports various cultural initiatives with community partners. You'll hear about all of it first in the 4Culture enews.
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Directions to the NEXT STOP
Turn left on Prefontaine Place South until you reach the light, then turn right onto 3rd Avenue, staying on the right side of the street. Walk down 3rd Avenue, past City Hall Park, until you reach the building on your right marked "516."