June 12, 2013
Computer Lab Training
Get hands-on computer training on setting up your online account and learning how to navigate our online grant application. We especially encourage first-time applicants to attend. All Computer Lab Trainings will take place at the Seattle Municipal Tower in Downtown Seattle at 700 5th Avenue. Various date/time options available. Please contact Kathy Hsieh, (206) 733-9926 to sign-up.
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Civic Partners Grant Information SessionWednesday, May 8
The Civic Partner program awards funding to arts and cultural and heritage organizations in all disciplines with a minimum three-year history of serving Seattle residents and visitors. The City's investment is aimed at creating broad public access to a rich array of quality arts opportunities while promoting a healthy and diverse cultural community.
Civic Partners include well-established institutions serving the entire region, organizations serving a more specialized artistic or community niche, and many smaller or emerging groups. Our Community Partners are arts service organizations that work to serve and strengthen the broad arts and cultural ecosystem by enhancing the capacity of artists and arts groups.
Organizations are reviewed by a peer panel on public impact, artistic excellence and organizational strength.
In 2013, we are awarding $1.6 million to 128 Seattle-based arts, heritage and cultural organizations through the Civic Partners program and 9 arts service organizations designated as Community Partners.
In 2012, funded programs engaged more than 19,500 volunteer and paid artists, serving an audience of over 1.2 million people, including 248,153 students and youth and 604,872 free admissions.