“Network & (L)earn” event coming for Midlands artist/entrepreneurs
Have you ever wondered what resources are available to help you start, sustain, or grow your arts-based business? Could you use a financial boost? This is a meeting you must attend!
- DATE: Friday, Sept. 21, 2018
- TIME: 6-8 p.m.
- WHERE: 1013 Duke Ave., Columbia (29205)
- COST: None (That’s right. Free!)
Seating is limited to 50, so register today!
You’ll have time to network, ask questions, and hear about resources – financial and others – that can help you grow your arts-based business. Also, you will learn about the resources at Indie Grits Labs, meet a representative from the City of Columbia Office of Business Development, and hear first-hand from an artist entrepreneur who has accessed resources for business growth.
This meeting is open to artists located in the Midlands region, which consists of: Calhoun, Clarendon, Fairfield, Kershaw, Lee, Lexington, Newberry, Orangeburg, Richland, Saluda and Sumter counties. We really want to see artist entrepreneurs
: Registration is required and closes MONDAY, SEPT. 17, 2018. Click here
to register for this meeting, or use the QR Code at right.
This meeting is being facilitated by the S.C. Arts Commission. Special thanks to Indie Grits Labs for hosting the meeting and the Central Carolina Community Foundation, our Midlands ArtsGrowSC funding partner.
For more information contact Program Director Joy Young: email@example.com
Free Times invites authors to promote their books
The Free Times, Columbia's alternative weekly newspaper, has launched a new feature, "Arts Desk Inbox - S.C. Authors, S.C. Books" to help authors promote their books. Each week the newspaper will carry short items about books either written by local authors or about local topics, with local interpreted "broadly to include parts of South Carolina outside the Midlands -- and maybe occasionally outside the state borders, but somewhere in the South."
Print books, e-books, commercially published, self-published, fiction, nonfiction -- all will be considered. Read the complete announcement and find out how to submit your book.
Via: Free Times