NEA recognizes Jackson’s Green Energy Park for environmentally-minded arts endeavorsWritten by Admin
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The Jackson County Green Energy Park was featured on the Facebook page of the National Endowment for the Arts [NEA] on Oct. 27. The NEA asked the public to nominate arts organizations for a spotlight feature, and here are five words used in the GEP’s nomination: “Innovative, environmental, educational, visionary, Leader.” Live glassblowing and metal smith demos are given regularly. Classes available. For group demos and a tour of the facility and gallery please call 828.631.0271 to schedule. For more info about JCGEP visit www.jcgep.org.