This week, Mayor McGinn announced a $1.6 million investment in Seattle art organizations.
137 Seattle-based arts, cultural, and heritage organizations will benefit from a $1.6 million dollar investment from the Seattle Office of Arts and Cultural Affairs’ Civic Partners program, this year.
"The strong relationship between art and the strength of our local economy is a part of why Seattle is an attractive place to live. The City’s investment provides vital working capital to help groups produce and present a variety of arts and cultural opportunities," McGinn said. "By supporting creative work throughout the city, we improve our economy and help keep the arts affordable and accessible to thousands of residents and visitors."
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