Artist America Carrillo will be offering two workshops in May. The schedule is as follows: • Saturday, May 22: Mural Painting for Kids – Paint a Wall. • Saturday, May 29: Art Sales 101 – How to Sell your Art. Both workshops will take place at the Huntington Arts & Entrepreneurial Center (HAEC), 32 E. Franklin St., Huntington. According to the HAEC Facebook page, the “fees associated with the workshops will cover the materials, allow for continued artist programming at HAEC and support America Carrillo in her journey as a working artist.” To register for either workshop, call HAEC at 358-0055 [...]
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The Indiana Arts Commission has announced the six teams that have been selected to participate in its On-Ramp Creative Entrepreneur Accelerator. The IAC says the teams will work to improve the economic resilience of creative small businesses in their communities. https://www.insideindianabusiness.com/story/43808389/iac-selects-creative-entrepreneur-accelerator-teams
After almost 10 years of catering, Brad and Sarah Emley decided to bring their BBQ business to the road by buying a food truck.In April of 2021, Brad and Sarah bought their truck. Around this time they also started using the Huntington Arts and Entrepreneurial Center (HAEC) to prep their food. Two other food trucks in Huntington use the HAEC kitchen for this purpose. http://www.huntingtoncountytab.com/feature/60769/emley-couple-extends-their-catering-biz-food-truck
Huntington Arts and Entrepreneurial Center, a collaborative community project of Pathfinder Services, the LaFontaine Arts Council and Huntington University, received a $5,000 grant from 1st Source Foundation. The grant will provide equipment needed to offer in-person classes and digitize the classes. https://www.journalgazette.net/entertainment/calendar/20210724/people-and-places