The Appalachian Center for Economic Networks (ACEnet) are on a mission to raise the value of arts and culture in every community, and they are determined to help grow out creative economy.
They ask: what if more of us developed our creativity? And then we applied that creativity to everything we do? What new ventures would be started? What revolutionary ideas would emerge? The world would be diﬀerent. And not just for artists and people in the art world, but for all of us. It sounds so simple. And yet, so much of our community is broken into silos, dividing those who are “creative” and those who aren’t.
Join ACEnet if you are:
Creative Professionals: artists, musicians, librarians, videographers, landscape designers, game developers, graphic designers, craft food and beverage makers, wordsmiths, or local restaurant owners
Innovators: creative accountants, hospital administrators, history teachers, bank tellers, nurses, social workers, pastors, retail shop owners, manufacturers, or economic development professionals
Creative people: wannabe rock stars, sorghum connoisseurs, ticket buyers, song downloaders, quilt collectors, or rose gardners
Where: Stuart’s Opera House, 52 Public Square, Nelsonville, OH 45764
When: 11:00 AM – 1:00 PM, Monday, April 29th
What: A workshop to explore how we can support and grow our local creative economy. Let’s learn to collaborate better together.
For more information: Madelyn Brewer (740-249-1128); firstname.lastname@example.org
Sign-up on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/670451416719874/