Inspire Washington, a statewide program to promote the future of Washington’s cultural sector including science, heritage and arts, will host a free informational meeting on “Cultural Futures” on June 13 at the Methow Valley Ciderhouse in Winthrop, starting at 5 p.m.
In the recently concluded legislative session, $50 million was allocated to support the post-COVID recovery of cultural businesses (both for-profit and nonprofit) with operational grants through the Cultural Futures program.
Inspire Washington staff will be touring the state, visiting communities to explain the new program and how cultural businesses and organizations can take advantage of it.
To register for the free event in Winthrop, visit www.inspirewashington.org. For more information, email email@example.com.
According to a press release, “At the Cultural Futures share-and-listen tour, Inspire WA will break down the support and ensure that businesses know how to claim their funding when the Working Washington 5 program commences in late June. Inspire WA will share all the information the cultural sector needs to know from federal and state funding sources, new programs, and advocacy opportunities.”