Starkville Area Arts Council is excited to announce the development of its 25th Anniversary Art & Culture Cookbook. Formed in 1996, SAAC will celebrate its 25th Anniversary this next fall and is creating an Arts & Culture cookbook to memorialize Starkville and Oktibbeha County's unique arts history, culture, cuisine, and community... the Cotton District Arts Festival, Forks & Corks, and so much more.
The theme is simple: what represents Starkville's arts and culture?
SAAC invites the community to share stories, history, and recipes. Whether a favorite memory from CDAF or Art in the Park or any other favorite cultural experience, it's welcome! What reflects Starkville's cultural heritage for you? Whether a resident, student, or former local, let us know! Is it an artist residency at the Noxubee Refuge? Listening to music over the best BBQ in Starkville? Tales about your favorite local Starkvillan artists or musician? What's your favorite architectural structure? Share on SAAC's website, www.starkvillearts.net/25thanniversary. The submission deadline is January 15, 2021.
Funds from the sale of this book will support art and art education outreach in Oktibbeha County, including grants to other arts organizations and projects here in Starkville. Help memorialize and celebrate our artistic heritage! Volunteers are needed, and the community at large is invited to participate through submissions. Contact SAAC for further details at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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