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Take the Jackson County Arts & Culture Survey

The Arts & Cultural Alliance Community Plan Committee is working on an important information gathering survey.We are interested in your participation in art and cultural offerings in Jackson County. Your participation will help shape the future of important creative opportunities, and continue to contribute to the quality of life we enjoy here in Jackson County!Please take a few moments to complete this survey by Friday, May 25.Take the survey ⤇Feel free to share this link with anyone in your social media or email contact list that lives in Jackson County.Thanks in advance!

Announcing: Arts In Jackson Day

Arts In Jackson Day 2016Arts & Cultural Alliance of Jackson County (ACAJC) announces a day for Jackson-area artists, performers, and creatives to promote arts and culture in Jackson County.Arts In Jackson Day will take place Tuesday, Oct. 25, 2016, in conjunction with International Artists Day. ACAJC encourages Jackson County artists to promote themselves, their work, and their businesses on social media using the hashtag #artsinjackson throughout the day."Arts In Jackson Day is a way to help local creatives makes themselves known," says Kate Schwartz, director of ACAJC. "And as the arts and cultural organization in the county, we hope to help them spread the word."Throughout the day, artists, musicians, and cultural professionals in Jackson County are encouraged to:

  • Share images of their work
  • Post videos of their performances
  • Post sales information for their artwork
  • Spread the word about other creatives they know
  • Promote upcoming arts and cultural events

By using the hashtag #artsinjackson, ACAJC will repost or retweet their social media messages to other artists and creatives. For those who do not use social media, ACAJC recommends artists use their other promotional means to spread the word – including email, websites, and events.During the day, ACAJC will also work to advocate for arts and culture to local elected officials, media representatives, and business leaders in Jackson County."It's important for everyone in Jackson to know the impact of arts and culture," Schwartz says. "The arts create jobs, contribute tax dollars to local government, and make the community a more enjoyable, livable place."To participate, follow ACAJC on Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter, and use the hashtag #artsinjackson during the October 25 activities.For the latest news and activities from ACAJC, subscribe to our free monthly newsletter, and follow us on social media!