A 15-member Board of Directors governs 4Culture, with individuals representing the broad cultural, geographic and ethnic diversity of King County, as well as backgrounds in arts, heritage, historic preservation, and public art, finance, tourism, education, real estate and government relations. Board members serve up to two three-year terms, are appointed by the King County Executive and approved by the King County Council.
For more information, or to submit a letter of interest for future openings, please contact Jim Kelly.
The four 4Culture program areas - Arts, Heritage, Historic Preservation and Public Art - are managed by staff working closely with Advisory Committees. These Advisory Committees bring together a maximum of nine specialists who provide expert professional input, guidance and advice from the field. Members are nominated by 4Culture staff/current advisory committee members and approved by the 4Culture Board of Directors. Members are required to attend at least one monthly meeting.
For more information, or to submit a letter of interest via email for future openings, please contact:
Arts: Charlie Rathbun | Heritage: Eric Taylor | Preservation: Flo Lentz | Public Art: Cath Brunner
Local Arts Agency Network
Local Arts Agencies (LAA'S) are non-profit or government agencies in suburban and unincorporated areas of King County that provide arts and cultural programs and services for a municipality or geographically defined community. 4Culture facilitates a regional network and bi-monthly meetings of more than 25 LAA's including both well-established and developing agencies. These meetings provide an opportunity for participating agencies to share resources, knowledge, expertise, and innovative avenues for collaboration. The meetings are open to the public and take place in various communities throughout King County. The public is welcome to attend.
Any new or existing cultural commission or agency in King County is welcome to join. For more information, or to submit a letter of interest to join the LAA Network, contact Charlie Rathbun at 206 263.1607