4Culture is King County's cultural services agency. 4Culture is located in Seattle, Washington, and was established in January of 2003 to continue the work of the King County Arts Commission, Public Art Commission and the heritage programs of the Landmarks Commission. In mid-2003, 4Culture launched a Preservation Program to promote the value of historic resources in building a unique sense of place in our region.
Artist Trust is committed to providing vital financial support and quality information services to artists working in all disciplines throughout Washington State.
The program established by the Corporate Council for the Arts for individuals to support the arts and arts education directly or through workplace giving drives.
Acts in an advisory capacity to the Bellevue City Council - It may hold public meetings and make such studies, analyses, and reports as requested by the City Council.
Enriches our Nation and its diverse cultural heritage by supporting works of artistic excellence, advancing learning in the arts, and strengthening the arts in communities throughout the country.
Comprised of six distinct charitable foundations that support the arts, music, health and human service organizations, community development programs, medical research, on-line learning and forest protection efforts.
Mostly serving the Portland, Oregon area, this council also lists regional calls to all artists, including the fields of music and multi-media art. They focus on integrating arts and culture in all aspects of community life and their list of competitions is updated monthly.
The Washington State Arts commission cultivates a thriving environment for creative expression and appreciation for the arts for the benefit of all; our website includes information about folk arts, community arts, art in public places, grants, cultural tourism, heritage tours, education, and more.
As of 2008, WA State Arts Commission has compiled a directory for all state arts councils & commissions.