Thursday, October 16, 2014
Tacoma Arts Month, formally known as "Art at Work Month," officially started October 2, beginning the four week-long celebration of the various community arts.
The Greater Tacoma Community Foundation has been fortunate enough to take part...
Thursday, October 9, 2014
Op-Ed Published September 28, 2014
"The people working in youth programs are deeply committed to improving the lives of young people. They work long hours, often for low pay, in programs that help kids develop skills and explore new opportunit...
Wednesday, October 8, 2014
On September 25, 2104 the Community Foundation released news that the President and CEO, Rose Lincoln Hamilton, will be retiring after 11 years of service to the Pierce County region. This news was picked up by local media outlets who expressed th...
Thursday, September 25, 2014
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE ...
By: Ashley Gross
Tacoma is often in the shadow of its more glamorous neighbor to the north, Seattle. But Tacoma’s poet laureate Lucas Smiraldo says he wants to celebrate his city — both its beauty and its warts...
The Community Foundation is pleased to announce the launch of its new business plan -- a plan that will guide its work for the next three years. This bold plan will build on the Community Foundation's 33 years of service to the Pierce County commu...
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Contact: Elyse Rowe
The News TribuneBy: Rosemary Ponnekanti
There’s a love affair going on right now in Fulcrum Gallery, Tacoma, captured on camera and visible to all online. No, nothing salacious – in fact, the perpetrator got a grant to do it...
The Tacoma(253) project is a civic love-affair for photographer Jesse Michener showcasing 253 images of the people and places she calls home. Born and raised in Tacoma, Michener says, “I can’t wait to share my love for Tacoma through t...
FROM: THE NEWS TRIBUNE
BY: LARRY LARUE
College has been good to Jean McCord.
When she arrived at Macalester College in Minnesota, she was a freshman with a scholarship — and a Georgia accent so thick her speech teacher couldn’...
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