The Center for Washington Cultural Traditions is a new arts and heritage program set up to survey, study, and support cultural traditions, tradition bearers, and traditional communities throughout Washington State. Though not a physical center, this innovative program will be a statewide, go-to source for learning about Washington’s rich, diverse cultural heritage. The Center is housed at the state’s nonprofit humanities council, Humanities Washington, and presented in partnership with the ArtsWA/the Washington State Arts Commission.
Learn more about the Center’s mission, vision, and history by clicking here.
Learn more about the Center’s staff and advisory board here.
Contact the Center any time at 206-682-1770 ext. 107, or by emailing Center Director Langston Collin Wilkins at firstname.lastname@example.org.
(photo: Chinese bakery in the Pike Place Market in Seattle. Photo by Kristin Sullivan)