Seattle's oldest non-profit gallery is always recruiting. Artists who pay the monthly hanging fee may display their work in this non-juried, all-volunteer space.
This monthly screening series seeks submissions of feminist and queer video from the Northwest. Contact Stranger Genius Wynne Greenwood for info. Free.
The Office of Arts and Culture's Civic Partners program seeks to strengthen the arts community by offering two years of funding to "Seattle-based arts, cultural and heritage organizations of all sizes and disciplines with a minimum three-year history of continuous operation and programming and a not-for-profit business structure (does not have to have 501(c)(3) tax-exempt status)." Visit the website or contact Kathy Hsieh at email@example.com for more information.
Seattle-based visual, literary, and media artists (but no playwrights, got it?) are invited to apply for grants of up to $8,000 to support projects during 2014. Traditional, ethnic, and multidisciplinary projects may also apply. Free.