4Culture Offering Free Funding Workshop Feb. 12th

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If you’re an artist or budding artist who needs money (and what artist doesn’t?), here’s a FREE opportunity on how you can get funding for your projects during these lean times.

4Culture, the cultural services agency for King County, will be holding a FREE workshop on Thursday, Feb. 12th on project funding for artists, heritage specialists, art groups, arts organizations and heritage organizations.

Applications for project support will be available in early 2009.

Potential applicants are encouraged to attend this free workshop to learn tips on how to get funding.

Staff members Heather Dwyer, Doreen Mitchum and Eric Taylor will answer questions about upcoming funding opportunities and share their tips on how to put together a successful application.

Everyone interested in arts and heritage is invited to attend.

WHAT: FREE workshop on obtaining project funding from 4Culture

WHEN: Thursday, Feb. 12th from 5:30 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.

WHERE: Meeting Room, Greenbridge Library, 9720 Eighth Avenue SW, White Center (map below)

INFO: According to their website:

4Culture is the cultural services agency for King County, Washington providing programs, financial support and services in the arts, public art, heritage and historic preservation for all residents and visitors in King County.

4Culture is a new model for public support of cultural programs. It combines the resources of the public sector with the flexibility of a non-profit. Through the integration of four program areas, 4Culture stimulates cultural activity and enhances the assets that distinguish our communities as vibrant, unique, and authentic.

4Culture is a tax-exempt public corporation, with a fifteen member Board of Directors, who are nominated by the King County Executive and confirmed by the Metropolitan King County Council.

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