by Jen Graves
on Tue, Mar 2, 2010 at 2:40 PM
From Eugene Parnell's December show at 4Culture
4Culture is the arts, culture, and historic preservation arm of King County. It gives grants, it features new local artists in its Pioneer Square gallery every month (the newest lineup here), it commissions public projects, and generally pumps energy in the ecosystem of Washington art and culture.
So don't let it get slashed. If the bill currently in front of the state legislature doesn't pass by March 11, then major cuts will start happening in January, and 4Culture will have no sustainable funding source into the future.
Here's what you can do—stop by the laptop rally in Pioneer Square during this Thursday's Artwalk, or just write a quick note from this template on your own.
And attention artists: Here's the funding applications calendar. Several deadlines are upcoming!