4Culture announces that it has selected 27 projects (from 77 submitted) for funding in the organization’s Site-Specific Program. Awards range from $350 to $15,000 for “presentation of visual art, installation, and performances in alternative and non-traditional settings throughout King County,” according to a news release. Some highlights:
— Artist Jason Puccinelli will partner with the Kirkland Arts Center to produce a light installation along the Kirkland waterfront that will be visible from Seattle.
–Seattle playwright Keri Healey will work with the Mary Olsen Farm in Auburn to create an interactive theater production based on the true story of outlaw Harry Tracy’s legendary hostage-taking event at the farm in 1902.
—CoCA will host an exhibition in Piper’s Orchard involving installations that ‘grow’ or change over time, reflecting the growth of the apples in the surrounding landscape. Formally arranged performances are scheduled for the third Saturday in September to coincide with the orchard’s Harvest Festival.