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Tech Specific funding

4Culture
Deadline: 9/28/2017, 5 PM

Analog to digital, low-tech to high-tech, this grant is for anyone working at the intersection of art and tech – that means artists as well as programmers, designers, fabricators, developers, engineers, tinkerers, and makers of all kinds.

Individuals, collaborative teams, and organizations can apply for grants to create artistic projects using technology, and that include a publicly accessible component.

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Community 4Culture

4Culture
Rolling deadline, beginning 9/2016

Community 4Culture is a new grant program that aims to sustain an arts and cultural community reflective of King County’s diverse populations, and seeks to connect with groups and communities that 4Culture has not been reaching and that are currently under-supported. Grants of up to $25,000 are available to organizations and $10,000 to individuals.

To apply, contact Heidi Jackson at heidi.jackson@4culture.org or 206-263-1616. She’ll ask you a few questions to ensure this funding program is right for you and link you up with an application and another staff person who can help you complete your application. Applications will be reviewed every three months beginning in September 2016.

 


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