The Starkville Area Arts Council is excited for the next Business Skills Workshop "Facebook Marketing Basics for Creatives" with Kathy Jacobs of Kathy Jacobs Design & Marketing on Tuesday, February 2, 2021, at 12 pm (noon). Jacobs is a graphic designer, content writer, and marketer serving the needs of small businesses, nonprofits, chambers of commerce, and more for the past 14 years.
This FREE workshop will teach creatives what they need to know about Facebook campaigns to promote their arts business, and more! There are only 25 spots available. Register online on www.starkvillearts.net. Zoom link will be sent with your ticket confirmation email. Although this session will be recorded, you must register in order to access the recording.
This workshop is presented by SAAC, Yoknapatawpha Arts Council in Oxford, and the MS Presenter's Network as part of the $kills for the Creative Economy Series, a monthly workshop series that is a collaboration of YAC's Big Bad Business Series and SAAC's Business Skills Workshops. Sessions cover various topics on the business of art including sales taxes, the festival circuit, social media, and more. The Series is currently scheduled for approximately 10 months out of the year. The next in the series will be hosted by YAC in March 2021.
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Starkville Area Arts Council is excited to announce our first AiPP Exhibit of 2021: Betty Jane Chatham Retrospective. This hybrid exhibit will be on display for in-person viewing in the lobby of the Partnership in downtown Starkville starting Tuesday, February 1, 2021, during business hours and subject to mask requirements and social distancing guidelines. The online gallery will be viewable on the SAAC website starting Feb. 1 until further notice. No opening reception is currently planned.
This Exhibit features nearly 35 works in oils, watercolors, monoprint, and pencil by Starkville's own Betty Jane Chatham. Betty Jane Chatham has painted since high school. A graduate of the MUW, she continued her studies in painting at the Memphis Academy of Art, Delta State University, and Mississippi State University. Chatham has had several one woman shows, including one at the Lauren Rogers Museum of Art in Laurel, MS, and the Germantown, TN Municipal Art Gallery.
As part of SAAC's AiPP series, works may be listed for sale. SAAC collects and pays sales taxes on behalf of the artist for any work sold, and the artist keeps 80% of the proceeds. This exhibit will be on display until April 5, 2021, in the lobby of the greater Starkville Development Partnership in downtown Starkville and available online until further notice.
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