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Young professionals group wants your input

Founded in 2011, the South Carolina Young Professionals Arts Network (SCYPAN) is designed to bring together young professionals (ages 21-35) working in South Carolina's arts industry for networking, discussion and collaboration. SCYPAN invites members and nonmembers, plus anyone interested in the group's potential, to give input about what SCYPAN should offer in the future. Think about other groups you belong to and the member benefits, events, programs, outreach, information and training provided.  What can SCYPAN learn from those groups and their offerings? Take a short survey and let SCYPAN's leaders know what you think. Take the survey and/or find out more about SCYPAN. The survey will be available until the end of June. Related: SCYPAN"s next networking event for members is May 24 in Charleston on opening day for the Spoleto Festival. Find out more. Via: SCYPAN    

Young arts professionals gathering in Greenville

The South Carolina Young Professionals Arts Network (SCYPAN) is celebrating National Arts and Humanities Month by hosting an Americans for the Arts "Creative Conversation" on Saturday, Oct. 13, from 4:30 - 6:30 p.m. in Greenville, S.C., at the downtown Mellow Mushroom. The event will an informal, casual conversation about the role of the young professional in the arts industry - both as an employee and as a patron -- lead by the SCYPAN leadership team. Order some pizza and drinks and meet others in the industry interested in capitalizing on the influence and enthusiasm of young professionals. This event is open to the public, but registration is requested. Read more and find out how to register on SCYPAN's website. SCYPAN is South Carolina's only statewide group for young professionals in the arts industry. Providing networking opportunities, advocacy alerts, industry updates and acting as a resource for all members of the community, SCYPAN serves young professionals ages 21-35 across the arts spectrum - from artists, to managers, to designers, to board members. Via: SCYPAN

Creative Conversation event Oct. 13