We are beginning a new series on our website, which will be referred to as Their Voice. We will use this section to feature blog posts written by guest writers that are interested in, or a part of, the arts community. We think it is important to engage a wide audience, and want to welcome voices that may otherwise not have a platform. If you have any ideas or topics you think the community should know more about, we would love to help you share! Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. We look forward to connecting with different people and creating more exposure for the arts community of Sioux Falls. Here is the first Their Voice post by Deb Klebanoff of The Retreat at Pointer’s Ridge.
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The first big thing: If you haven’t noticed, we’re on the cover of the 605 Magazine this month! Denise DePaolo came to visit a couple weeks ago and saw all of our art supplies. She wrote an article on three “grassroots” organizations in Sioux Falls: Exposure Gallery and Studios, The Retreat Center (which is outside of Sioux Falls, near Baltic), and us! We’re curious to see what this publicity will do for JAM.
Big thing number two: We have a small correction to make to the article. After we had already chatted with Denise, we got the unfortunate news that the Hatch 605 craft market will be postponed until November. We are all bummed, but I’m sure some other opportunities for us to show off the supplies will come along.
Now, if you’re a newfound fan of ours because of the article, great! We love meeting new people. Would you like to meet us in person? I, Jess, will be giving a presentation at Pecha Kucha, which brings us to the third big thing I wanted to tell you. Continue reading You Must Know: 4 Big Things for JAM