Join us for a conversation: What’s Next for Creative South Carolina?

Join us for a conversation: What’s Next for Creative South Carolina?

Free session!

How can South Carolina grow a strong, adaptable creative sector that produces value for all communities and benefits all citizens? What are the key opportunities and challenges that we must address? What are the important next steps we need to take?

Join the South Carolina Arts Commission and the South Carolina Arts Alliance as we explore these questions and plan the next big move for the arts in our state. This free, highly interactive, facilitated conversation is open to arts leaders, community and nonprofit leaders, creative professionals, artists, and anyone else with a strong interest in the creative future of the Palmetto State.

This conversation is a pre-conference session conveniently scheduled during SCANPO’s South Carolina Nonprofit Summit taking place March 9-11 in Spartanburg. (You do not have to register for the Nonprofit Summit to take part in the Creative South Carolina conversation.)

  • What’s Next for Creative South Carolina? A Community Conversation
  • Wednesday, March 9, 10 a.m – noon
  • Chapman Cultural Center (Rainey Conference Room, Moseley Building) 200 East St. John Street, Spartanburg, S.C.

The session is free, but RSVPs are required. Email Kevin Flarisee by March 4 to reserve your space.

About the South Carolina Nonprofit Summit
Organized by the South Carolina Association of Nonprofit Organization (SCANPO), the 2016 South Carolina Nonprofit Summit offers something for just about everyone on your team. Directors, managers and even board members can choose from 60 sessions organized in five tracks: CollaborACTION, Leadership, Fundraising, Marketing, and Finance & Operations. Find out more about the Summit on SCANPO’s website.