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JCAC’s Second Tuesday – Poetry Palaver

Join us for an open mic poetry night at the Crawford Long Museum in Downtown Jefferson.

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JCAC Second Tuesday’s are back!

The Jackson County Arts Council strives to promote and encourage art in the community.  So we hope that you will join us on the second Tuesday of each month as we bring you a variety of programs to bring out your inner artist. From painting, drawing, and craft workshops, to poetry and music, and so […]

JCAC 2016-2017 Board of Directors

We would like to thank our 2016-2017 Board Members for their commitment to the JCAC. Please take a few moments to visit the JCAC Executive Board page to learn about our board members. Teddie Lohmeier, Belinda Harris, Joray Lockridge, Tamara Manchester, Sherry Aquino, Gail Daly, Don Lohmeier, Diana Norton-Bagwell  

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Order your tickets today!

Order your 2016 Jackson County’s Got Talent tickets online NOW! Get yours early before they are gone… ORDER HERE! Don’t forget to vote for your favorite contestant! Online donations (votes) are gladly accepted.  

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Coming Soon from the Jackson County Arts Council…

JCAC is proud to announce their 2016 annual fundraiser event: Jackson County’s Got Talent! Talent from around Jackson County will again partner with local non-profit organizations to battle it out for the winning title. Your vote/donation helps support your favorite performer and non-profit group. Watch here for more details about voting and how to purchase […]

Dancing with the Stars 2015

The Jackson County Arts Council sponsored “Dancing with the Stars — Jackson County Style!” Saturday, January 31st, 2015 at 6:30pm at the Jefferson Civic Center.

The Winners are

Judges Choice - Emily and Rick
Danced for Lindsay's Legacy

People's Choice - Angel and Taylor
Danced for the Nicholson Harold S. Swindle Public Library

Congratulations to all who participated!

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Thursday night Don and I attended the opening reception of “Beloved Land” by artist David Hale at the Lyndon House Art Center in Athens. The phrase “It blew me away”..

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