We would like to correct two errors in the Jim Knapp obituary in the last issue. Knapp is survived by his brother William, and Joan’s sister’s children; Joan Rivers, Nancy Frischmann, Carrie Bolle, and Peter Ruliffson, and Joan’s grand-niece Melody Reimer. We would also like to credit Steve Griggs for sharing this beautiful obituary with our community.
Office Space Availability
There are currently a number of office spaces available at the Jack Straw Cultural Center’s beautiful University District building, just steps from the new U District light rail station! You would join folks like Sound Theatre Company, KBFG FM, Floating Bridge Press, and others working just upstairs, and have any number of opportunities for interaction with the pals at Jack Straw. Suites 206-210 are contiguous, and may be rented individually or in combination. From small office spaces to large common areas, there’s something for everyone in search of a space to hone their craft. Please email or call AJ Fenner firstname.lastname@example.org or 206-613-3971, at Yates Wood, to schedule a viewing or ask any questions about the spaces, and let him know Jack Straw sent you!
Seattle Radio Gets Another Jazz-y Show!
Tune into KBFG-FM (107.3 fm or fulcrumcc.org/listen/ on the web) every Monday from 5-6pm to hear DJ broo (Bruce Greeley) and DJ Shinbo (Jason Civjan) present Puget Soundz/Pungent Sounds featuring every kind of jazz as well as music further afield (Native American rap anyone?, Qawwali dub, modern classical mash-ups, etc.). The show will also include tributes to the recently departed, songs for the holidays, and so much more! Additionally, shows will be uploaded to Mixcloud.
4Culture Recovery Fund
Opening on January 5, a Recovery Fund for Individuals will offer between $1,000 and $12,000 to eligible cultural producers who have been financially impacted by the pandemic as they recuperate, adapt, and advance their practice. Eligible applicants include those whose primary occupation, whether paid or unpaid, is a cultural producer within heritage, historic preservation, art, or public art and are able to show a loss of income $1,000 or more between 2019-2020. Three virtual workshops will be held to assist applicants on January 12, 18, and 27.
If you anticipate a barrier to your participation due to limited English writing ability, visual impairment, or would like to request assistance to access this application, please contact 4Culture at email@example.com or 206-296-7580. This project was supported by a grant awarded by the US Department of the Treasury. For complete eligibility guidelines and application steps, please visit 4culture.org/grants/recovery-individuals/. Applications close Wednesday, February 2 at 5pm.
The Seattle Office of Arts & Culture (ARTS) is hiring for a Recovery Manager. This temporary position is seeking someone who can provide compassionate team leadership as well as provide for the development, implementation, project management, and evaluation of program services and deliverables to meet the needs of the impacted Seattle arts sector with a focus on unserved and underserved BIPoC communities.
ARTS manages the City’s public art program, cultural grant programs, the Langston Hughes Performing Arts Institute, ARTS at King Street Station, and The Creative Advantage initiative. These projects are in an effort to foster a city driven by creativity that provides opportunities for everyone to engage in diverse arts and cultural experiences. In alignment with the City’s Race and Social Justice Initiative, ARTS works to eliminate institutional racism in their programs, policies, and practices. To apply, please visit governmentjobs.com/careers/seattle/jobs/3337855/arts-recovery-manager.