Upcoming smART Exchange: Local Cuisine!
Our annual smART exchange event will take place on Wednesday, July 27th at 7pm at the JCCC Hospitality & Culinary Academy. Please join us as we explore and create discussion regarding local cuisine. The event will examine how history, the community, and economy shape our cuisine.
Our panelists for the evening include:
Charlie Hopper, Hardesty Renaissance
Aaron Prater, Chef, Johnson County Community College Hospitality and Culinary Academy
Andrea Broomfield, Food Historian, Johnson County Community College
Josh Shelton, Moderator
This event is free and open to the public. If you wish to attend, please fill out the registration form here.
For more information regarding the upcoming event and past exchanges click here.
The Arts Council of Johnson County
brings a voice, a leadership presence
Keeps the Arts top of mind every day
A recognized source of expertise and information, the Arts Council of Johnson County strongly advocates and supports the role the Arts play in the future development of the county and the surrounding region as well as in daily life. Our work focuses on:
- Building a creative culture;
- Transforming the region into a vibrant, thriving area desirable to new residents, new businesses, new visitors, more tourists; and
- Helping to bring people together to effect change by supporting and promoting the Arts.
Today, a vibrant Arts community flourishes in Johnson County. Our community enthusiastically supports local Arts organizations and artists by attending performances, festivals, exhibitions and special events. Local artists are able to access affordable meeting, studio, and performing spaces. And, Johnson County has higher than the national average of businesses and Arts organizations working in the creative services industry