On February 15, PACS CEO/President Cheryl Jenkins spoke at the Georgia Entertainment Tax Incentive Panel. Fellow panelists included:
The panel was presented as part of SCAD’s aTVfest, an international event hosted by SCAD Atlanta that focused on three areas – design, creativity and innovation in television and media production. Panelists answered questions addressing a variety of issues from how Georgia’s tax incentives work to how Georgia is staying competitive in a constantly evolving landscape.
From left to right: the moderator, Steven Weizenecker, Lee Thomas, Craig Miller, Cheryl Jenkins, and Karen Sort0r.
A night of immaculate elegance showcasing the immense talent that Georgia has to offer in the entertainment industry. This Black Tie Evening includes an Awards Ceremony, produced by Sunseeker Media, created to honor the excellence of Georgia’s entertainment industry professionals, Live Entertainment, and the world’s most tantalizing complimentary Cocktails and Hors D’oeuvres. While this night is designed to peak all of your senses, it also is developed to advance an excellent cause.
A portion of the proceeds will benefit the Art program of Bethune Elementary School. Bethune Elementary is a Title-One school located in “Vine City,” a community in Atlanta’s down town area. It is a predominately African-American school, which encourages students to strive for academic excellence. The Art Program uses a Discipline Based Art Education (DBAE) that enriches student’s learning by connecting art concepts to core subjects that incorporate history, aesthetics, art criticism and production.
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