This Episode was brought to you by
Brian Gamel, Managing Director of Woodstock Arts
Brian grew up in the Woodstock area and has loved this town ever since. After going off to get his undergraduate degree in Theatre from Florida State University he came back home and became a part of the Elm Street Cultural Arts Village’s team, now known as Woodstock Arts.
Connect with Brian on LinkedIn.
This transcript is machine transcribed by Sonix
Intro: [00:00:07] Broadcasting live from the Business RadioX studios in Woodstock, Georgia. It’s time for Cherokee Business Radio. Now, here’s your host.
Stone Payton: [00:00:23] Welcome to this very special edition of Cherokee Business Radio. It is time for our Woodstock Arts segment. And of course, we have with us Mr. Brian Gammel. Good morning, sir.
Brian Gamel: [00:00:36] Good morning, sir. How’s it going?
Stone Payton: [00:00:37] It’s going great. Good to have you back. And I got to tell you, you guys, many of you here locally anyway, know that I like hats. And in our studio we must have a dozen hats. And I’m going to have to get one of our other sponsors, Steele Interiors, in here to build me some more shelves so I can have more hats. But I inherited I was gifted a Woodstock arts hat today, so see me walking around town. I will have that hat on almost assuredly. And this is something that people can purchase at the Reeves house or in some of these events, right?
Brian Gamel: [00:01:10] Yes. Yeah. They’ll be able to purchase them at least at the Lantern series and the Reeves house. I think we’re still trying to figure it out for the theater, figure out where a merch station is going to go. But I’m definitely at the Lantern series and at the Reeves house.
Stone Payton: [00:01:19] Well, it’s a good looking hat. And when we publish this segment, we’ll make sure that we get get a good picture of it in there as well. Would it be inappropriate if if we were to share the latest news on the personal front? Man, what’s been happening in your life over the last few weeks?
Brian Gamel: [00:01:35] Well, I just came back from my honeymoon a little hot minute ago because I got married on the 22nd of April. So I accidentally made it Earth Day and we had a fantastic Earth Day. So, yeah, my wife and I, she is the general manager over at Pie Bar, both Marriott and Woodstock. So we just had a phenomenal wedding and just came back from Colorado and had a great trip.
Stone Payton: [00:01:57] That is fantastic. So I had not been to the Marietta paper, but we went and visited with my my cousin Zack, who’s getting ready to leave town and he’s a bartender a couple of doors down at, I don’t know, something with birds.
Brian Gamel: [00:02:13] Two birds. Two birds. Yeah.
Stone Payton: [00:02:14] Okay. And so so we strolled over into the pie bar there, and of course, they do every bit as great a job there as they do out here in in Woodstock. But, you know, our first love is Woodstock. We like Marietta. We love Marietta. But our first love is Woodstock course. All right. Get us caught up, man. What’s happening over there at Woodstock Arts this month and next?
Brian Gamel: [00:02:34] You know, things have not slowed down just because I was away. We this upcoming Sunday, we have art on the green, which is our twice a year arts market. We had a couple of discussions back and forth on the office where their biannual met once every other year or twice a year. So I’m just going to say twice a year arts market. But it’s on the green space, obviously completely free to attend. You’ll be able to see Vivien and Pie Bar there. They’re actually going to have some free samples for people to try and but we’ll have some live music. Obviously a bunch of great local artists. I believe we have almost 60/10 of hours that you can just go check out their work and hopefully support too.
Stone Payton: [00:03:16] So right there on the green.
Brian Gamel: [00:03:17] Right there on the green, directly across the street from Reformation.
Stone Payton: [00:03:20] And now we have even more and better golf cart parking. Yes, right. Oh, yeah. To the side. There’s some Astroturf out that way. Oh, I may have asked you this last time. Are there maybe we talked about this or there’s some plans maybe to Astroturf the the green or that’s just like a.
Brian Gamel: [00:03:35] There are plans. The funding is where that’s going to take at least a hot minute.
Stone Payton: [00:03:40] It’s always the money, right?
Brian Gamel: [00:03:42] Yeah. Especially with doing that large of a space in Astroturf. It’s, it’s not.
Stone Payton: [00:03:45] As cheap as you might want to bet. It’s not. So we have a little side yard here and we have a little patio home right there on the edge of town. We’re just past IPS in that neighborhood. And so we don’t have a lot. And so as I was watching them do that Astroturf close to the street, I was wondering if I could con them out of a strip, but I didn’t give it. But it looks beautiful.
Brian Gamel: [00:04:08] It’s great. They’ve done a great job, especially with the while I was gone on the honeymoon. It was funny that it feels like all the trees just have all the leaves on them again, so it’s nice and shady over there. It’s looking great over on that side of town.
Stone Payton: [00:04:19] So in these tents, what kind of art and vendors might we see?
Brian Gamel: [00:04:23] It varies tremendously. So you’ll see Madison and Dusty. I don’t know if you’re familiar with them, but they have stuff and made mercantile.
Stone Payton: [00:04:30] Okay. Well, you know who bars? Yeah. You see the Dirty Unicorn. Is that his moniker. So bars that made I’ve gotten to know him a little bit he made a custom leather tag for me for a Christmas thing that I did, but no, I don’t. What was their.
Brian Gamel: [00:04:46] Name? Madison and Dusty. So they Madison’s actually works with the city on Main Mercantile, so she does a lot of great work there and I know they’ll be there. Katie O’Connor has some of her prints that’ll be there. She has this like at home print. It’s just really cool. I actually got her to do a do something for Vivienne for Christmas. So a lot of really great artists with a large variety of different styles of artwork too. So we’re super excited to have that. Obviously some potters and pottery.
Stone Payton: [00:05:16] Yeah.
Brian Gamel: [00:05:18] Just the whole gamut really.
Stone Payton: [00:05:19] And we can nibble on some pie.
Brian Gamel: [00:05:21] Yeah, you can nibble on some pie too.
Stone Payton: [00:05:23] Fantastic. I love the green light. Even today, it’s such a beautiful day to day and I will find some time just to walk around. And I just love making that little walk right by the green, because sometimes I can hear that there’s a there’s a group of people who enjoy playing bluegrass and they’ll be playing in the backyard of reformation. But you can hear them all the way at the at the, you know, on the other side of the green where you’re sitting on the stage. Yeah. And grab you. Usually I’ll grab a beer or a tea or coffee there at Reeves house and then I’ll sit down on that stage. It’s just, and watch the kids play it. And it’s just, I mean, it’s it’s utopia. I love this place.
Brian Gamel: [00:06:02] Yeah. And the weather’s been beautiful recently, especially in the shade where it’s just like, let me. Let me feel that breeze and just listen to that bluegrass in the background. And, yeah, everything’s great. And honestly, we’re, we’re excited. So obviously, we recently had our season revival, which I don’t know if I think you might have actually been on your.
Stone Payton: [00:06:19] I think we were on our boat, right?
Brian Gamel: [00:06:20] Yeah. So we announced everything we’re doing. Our seasons run with the school calendar August through July. Okay. So we announced all the theater shows, at least almost all the theater shows, almost all the concerts and all the exhibits at the Reeves house. But there’s a couple of things we didn’t announce that are happening over at the green where, you know, we’re getting a brand new LED screen over there. So, yeah, yes. It’s it’s going to be bigger and better than the one we had before. Not much bigger, but definitely a lot better. Yeah. So we’re, we’re doing things like a film festival, movie nights, all those sorts of fun things that will, will be coming up. So make sure to mark your calendars once we get those officially announced. But so many great opportunities. We’re talking about video game tournaments out there just so much, so much to do so that that place is going to be definitely busy over the next year or so.
Stone Payton: [00:07:11] I love that idea. I’ve never actually attended a video game tournament, but I’ve seen like snippets of it on online and it looks like a really cool thing.
Brian Gamel: [00:07:21] Well, you know, it’s almost like I’ve seen people play sports games on the JumboTrons at the Dallas Cowboys Stadium. Right? Like, that’s so cool. The concept of that. So it’d be kind of similar, obviously nowhere near that big. But you could you could see them playing from reformation, right? They’re going to all feel that.
Stone Payton: [00:07:38] Yeah, right. Because it’s like huge. Yeah.
Brian Gamel: [00:07:40] Yeah. So I can only imagine playing super smash pros out there with a bunch of people and grabbing you some reformation beer and just having a great time.
Stone Payton: [00:07:49] Yeah. All right. And then we’re into our lantern series now. Yes.
Brian Gamel: [00:07:54] Yeah, we we are. We’ve still been in it a little bit. We had a big jam finally come after I booked him about four years ago and everyone knew they were coming about two years ago. Great, phenomenal concert we had. Wilder But just the duo come recently and that was fantastic. And then I believe I’m going to pull up that date real quick. It’s not this weekend, but the following or no? It’s the 28th, 28th of May. We have the Aditya Prakash Ensemble, which I’m super excited for. Yeah, it’s Carnatic Jazz, which I.
Stone Payton: [00:08:25] Don’t even have a clue what that.
Brian Gamel: [00:08:26] Means. Carnatic? Yeah, Carnatic music is a style of singing and India and the main guy idea. He focuses on trying to bridge that gap. So it’s really what the Lantern series is about of finding different styles of music and making them a lot of fun, making them approachable for an audience that might just hear Carnatic music go, That’s a word I don’t know. I’m not going to listen to it, but like give it that jazz element. And there’s these phenomenal moments where the saxophonist and Aditya, they they’re playing at the same time, the same tempo, like the same notes, and at this very high paced vol like speed. And it’s just so cool to listen to as a saxophonist, right? So. Right. It’s just the talent in this group is so amazing. And also just learning about a new culture. That’s what we’re all about.
Stone Payton: [00:09:20] Sure. Now, does that bump up against Memorial Day? That’s Memorial Day weekend.
Brian Gamel: [00:09:24] Maybe so, yeah. We want to give everyone something to do just for that time off. Did you that concert on Saturday night and enjoy your other two days?
Stone Payton: [00:09:31] Yeah. I can’t imagine it at this point that anyone in the greater Woodstock area wouldn’t wouldn’t know some of this stuff, but I don’t think it’ll hurt. To recap it, there’s there’s always beer and wine there. Yes. That is not like marked up crazy, you know, like when you go to a theater, $10 for a bucket of popcorn. And but you can you can bring some stuff, too, to nibble on like a.
Brian Gamel: [00:09:55] Picnic, of course. So because the beer and wine sold there, we legally can’t have you bring in your own. Sure, but we have it.
Stone Payton: [00:10:01] Therefore we want to support it, right?
Brian Gamel: [00:10:02] Of course. But we do highly recommend bringing in your food. I definitely recommend getting a table if you have, you know, you your significant other and maybe for other people that you can get together, just get a six top table. Because once you decorate that table, if you win the table decorating contest, you get another free table. So you get to just come and enjoy. Multiple concerts at that point. But also you can bring in some food. Just have a great night, you know, get there a little early, set up your picnic, get this table decorated, and then just enjoy a beautiful concert with sun setting right behind the stage. There’s nothing that can beat that view when the sun is setting and you’re listening to some fantastic music, you have your tableside wait staff coming up to you because you’ve got your table. You win your table decorating contest and you know you’re coming to the next one like it’s you know, it’s just a great evening.
Stone Payton: [00:10:49] It is it’s it was initially so much of the initial draw for Holly and I to move here. And it’s it’s just one of those things we brag about and and we try to incorporate whenever family comes to town. And we love to show off so many aspects of Woodstock, but Woodstock Gardens is typically the heart of that show and tell.
Brian Gamel: [00:11:13] Yeah, and we have a lot of great stuff coming up next season too, including a. A special called Croce plays Croce, where if you’re familiar with Jim Croce, his son A.J. Croce plays a lot of the songs from his father and shows some videos of himself growing up and playing with his dad. Obviously, his dad unfortunately died while he was super young. But there’s these family videos and he’ll play time in a bottle and talk about how much that song means to him now and how it connects him to his father. I got to see a snippet of it. That’s how we book these bands. We go to conferences and we see snippets of these maybe 15 minutes worth of a concert. And, you know, I had a tear brought to my eye just that, you know, relationship with a son and his father. And even though they didn’t get a long time of it together, he just it means everything to him. Right. So.
Stone Payton: [00:11:59] So as far as you, are you in the season of going out and doing that or is this the season of staying home and making sure it all gets executed?
Brian Gamel: [00:12:07] This is the season of staying home, making sure it all gets executed. That season’s closer in the fall or winter that way. Know normally once again, behind the scenes, a little bit next season, we’re going to announce our season reveal probably in March or April. I don’t remember the exact date off the top of my head. It’s somewhere in a piece of paper back in my office. But we within theory, we should have everything booked by February. So I know what we’re doing.
Stone Payton: [00:12:32] Right.
Brian Gamel: [00:12:32] Months ahead of anybody else knowing what we’re doing that way, you know, when we announce we can have everything planned out, everything’s schedule, all these beautiful designs made by Libby, our marketing manager, all these fantastic things. And the same thing with the theater. We want to have everything figured out in December and January so that we have time to get directors in place. And, you know.
Stone Payton: [00:12:50] Yeah.
Brian Gamel: [00:12:51] Other people just involve so.
Stone Payton: [00:12:52] So I have a meeting, a one on one, we call it because I’m part of the Woodstock Business Club with a lady at Reeds House today. So we’ll, we’ll, we’ll go sit like in that little area right in front that’s shaded and all that. So I’ll enjoy that as early as this afternoon. But there’s a relatively new exhibitor. It’s not the technical thing with the with the Heather Feathers we call, we’ve turned it over. Right. We’ve got a new exhibit. Yeah, let’s talk about that.
Brian Gamel: [00:13:21] Yeah, it’s the Stacy Rose exhibit. It’s a solo show and it’s just a lot of her work in this more abstract style. So you go from this very technology driven exhibit to this more abstract definitely paint on canvas style exhibit. So kind of taking it back to the roots of traditional art in that sense.
Stone Payton: [00:13:44] So I, I didn’t walk through there and invest a great deal of time. I probably will before or after my meeting today, but I did kind of just zip through there the other day. And I mean all of the exhibits. One of the things that I like about it is often it’s it’s a a style of art that I am not accustomed to seeing. You know, I’ve been blessed in had an opportunity to travel and see, you know, like the old museums. And I got to see some I learned you don’t say Van Gogh, it’s Van Gogh. But I saw like a Van Gogh museum on this last boat ride that we did. But I love the I love the diversity, I guess is, is the right word, the types of exhibits and the type of art that you get exposed to. And I just I love that.
Brian Gamel: [00:14:36] Yeah, I’ve told you before and once again, people might have heard this, but it’s not bad to to re say it. But part of the reason we have a coffee shop and the wine bar in the Reaves house is because, you know, a lot of people might not walk into an art gallery at first or an art museum. They’ll walk in and get their cup of coffee. We make that a habit for them and they go, Wait, that piece is really cool. Maybe I like art. We did our job right, you know? Right. And Nicole has curated a bunch of great stuff going into next season as well. She’s exhibit called Papercut. So if you were ever at the first exhibit and you saw that little paper living room that we did. Yeah, a lot more of stuff like that. There’s another exhibit that I’m really excited for called Off the Wall, because it’s literally pieces that come off and out of the wall towards you as a patron. So it’s super fun, the things that she’s looking at doing and they’re unique, like you said. And I love it when we can get different artists in their interpretations of these types of things, like how women’s work, you know, it was all traditionally women done forms of art, but they were all different styles of that art and different interpretations of that. So Nicole’s really great at curating a phenomenal exhibit.
Stone Payton: [00:15:43] And then you guys do so many other things out of that facility to support and celebrate other forms of art. Other great things come on going on around the community. I think I’ve been to a million cups presentation in that facility. My wife hung a quilt that my sister in law did at this quilt thing you had in the back. There was a there was a jazz night and Holly and I weren’t able to make, but it was definitely on our on our calendar. There’s a lot of cool stuff like that that’s happening virtually weekly, certainly more than. Mostly right.
Brian Gamel: [00:16:20] Yeah. So we have for sure three events that happen every month. One is locals night where in the studio space where you can take classes at. Right. We, we highlight a local artist and hang their artwork and they’re almost like a little mini exhibit and they’re in there for the month. We have art on the spot, which is local artists. Once again, they are making artwork right there in the time frame of the event and you can pay $5 for a raffle ticket and possibly win one of the artworks that’s made right there on the spot. Right? Almost like how we came up with a clever right. And then we do have a monthly jazz night. So that’s always the last Friday of the month.
Stone Payton: [00:16:53] And Jazz tonight is monthly.
Brian Gamel: [00:16:54] It’s completely free to the public to just come in, come out in the back, go ahead and grab yourself a bottle of wine and sit there for a while and listen to some great music by some local musicians.
Stone Payton: [00:17:04] Yeah. And sometimes at some of these other events there’s been I know one local musician, Greg Chadwick’s, who’s a good buddy of mine or has become a good buddy of mine, probably from that. Another great thing about this community, I didn’t realize how much I personally enjoyed live music until I moved here and can walk around and hear it.
Brian Gamel: [00:17:29] So yeah, live, live music is such a great thing and honestly, a great way to support local artists too. I mean, music we found even through the Lantern series is one of the lowest thresholds of artwork. Right. You know, people have these ideas of theater or they have these ideas of visual arts because they think of all the movies and media they’ve seen of, oh, well, the theater.
Stone Payton: [00:17:52] And the.
Brian Gamel: [00:17:53] Art gallery are hoity toity. Like, no, it’s we want to make everything accessible. You know, we might not be we want to be something for everyone as long as you want to be, you know, you want us to be that for you. So that’s like you were saying, every exhibit is different. It’s fun, it’s unique. Every theater show, you know, we just closed sister act. It was a lot of fun. And we on Saturday night, we had a very excited, loud I wouldn’t necessarily say rowdy because it wasn’t like they were ill behaved, but, you know, a rowdy almost crowd. And we had an actor ask us, you know, like, how do we as an organization feel about that? And honestly, we love it. I love the fact that people can come here, you know, whoop and holler, have a great time, feel excited and not feel that pressure of when you go to a hoity toity theater and everyone stares at you because you get super excited or you think a joke is so funny that you let out this guttural, you know, like you didn’t even realize you were going to laugh that hard or but it’s just so much fun. And to see people have such great fun and support artists and support each other, it’s just a cool thing.
Stone Payton: [00:18:58] So are we in that season of a regular rhythm of some theater productions as well.
Brian Gamel: [00:19:03] As we are? So the theater only at most has a couple of months off throughout a year. So right now we actually have the most time off that we normally do because it’s leading into the summer and we have two shows to close out this season. Both are family shows. One’s called Orphan The Book of Heroes, which is based off of Greek mythology. Orpheus Hades is in it. It’s a lot of fun. It’s basically a way for kids to understand that. And it’s goofy, it’s lighthearted, the music’s great. And then we close out our season in July with James and the Giant Peach, so that classic Ronald doll. And it’s just a very, once again, a very fun show and a great group of people that are on it. And then we start the next season in August.
Stone Payton: [00:19:44] Fantastic. All right. So let’s do this, Business RadioX. Let’s talk about local businesses who would like to to to support Woodstock arts, but also get the benefit of being seen as supporting and celebrating the, you know, the local business community and community at large. You have some opportunities to to do some sponsorship. And a lot of these we do.
Brian Gamel: [00:20:12] And something else that we don’t normally talk about that I’ll just plug in first real quick is we’ve had things businesses like Salesforce and other larger corporations too that haven’t sponsored, but their employees have gotten together to volunteer. And that’s a great way to get involved because we are a volunteer run organization. So they’ve come in and they’ve helped build out the set a little bit, right? Or they’ve helped paint something or you know, you don’t need to have all of this knowledge in the world. You could have never picked up a paintbrush before. We will accept you on the paint team because, you know, Katie Caldwell has actually been helping out a lot with that and she can help anyone pick up a roller and paint the stage black. It’s, you know, and then you can grow from there. But from a business standpoint, outside of the volunteerism aspect, we do have sponsorships. We’re about to start the renewal process. So if you’re currently a sponsor, we’ll be seeing you soon. But if you’re looking to sponsor something, we do the full season and there’s different levels. Obviously you can be the presenting sponsor. Those are so Black Airplane is our presenting sponsor for Lantern series. And then. We still have openings for both the Reeves house as well as the theater. And then you can be different levels of sponsors below that, but you get different perks.
Brian Gamel: [00:21:26] So if you’re a theater sponsor, if you’re a gold or presenting, you get one day where you can bring a certain number of people, whether they’re clients, whether they’re your employees, to a reception before the show. Talk to the director, talk to the artistic director, whoever kind of get that backstage tour a little bit to. Yeah, and then go see the show together and just have this great time where you can either get some prospective clients in there or you can just really appreciate your employees lantern series. Kind of the same way you have tables that you can have at each concert, and then with the Reeves house, you can do special appreciation events that will help you do so. If you want to have your own personal jazz night for your for your clients, or we can help you out with that. So there’s a bunch of different things and if you’re interested at all, we have a development manager now who is in charge of all of that, really say her name is Beth, so her email would be Beth at Woodstock Arts dot org. Super easy, but she does great work with all of those things and honestly wants to help you in whatever way you want to showcase your business.
Stone Payton: [00:22:31] So fantastic. And one thing I do not want to leave out because it’s such an important part of my lifestyle now, is at the Reeves house, you know, what, six or seven days a week you can go by there, you can get a coffee, a wine, a beer. You get there’s sandwich. I think maybe my buddy over at the Woodstock beer market maybe makes up some sandwiches periodically and brings sodas. Is that accurate?
Brian Gamel: [00:22:58] Yeah, he makes them, Danny Yeah, yeah. He does stuff periodically. And we also have started partnering with other local businesses too. So we used to buy our bagels from Kroger. No shame, but now we partner with a local bagel maker. Nagel’s Bagels.
Stone Payton: [00:23:12] Oh yeah. We had them in the.
Brian Gamel: [00:23:13] Studio and they’re fantastic. They actually in both sides of the bagel. So, you know, if you and your spouse are split in one, you don’t get the the bottom half of the bagel with no seasoning on it. But, you know, and we’ve started doing our own sandwiches with those types of things, too, some breakfast sandwiches, and we still have the waffles and all those fun things. But now the house is open seven days a week, Mondays, a little bit shorter hours, just because, you know, Mondays are relatively slow and we’re trying to build that staff, do all those fun things, but we’re constantly trying to pump out those events so that you guys have a lot of fun and something to do almost every day.
Stone Payton: [00:23:47] It’s not right.
Brian Gamel: [00:23:48] But yeah, it’s it’s always available. The coffee is fantastic. The tea is fantastic.
Stone Payton: [00:23:54] And it is. I like. I like what is the name? It’s the mint flavor.
Brian Gamel: [00:23:59] Oh, meant to be.
Stone Payton: [00:24:00] Meant to be.
Brian Gamel: [00:24:01] I’m a I’m a huge fan of the farmer’s market because it’s almost like a a hibiscus tea, but it has a little more of those fruity and herbal flavors to it.
Stone Payton: [00:24:10] And I’ll get that today.
Brian Gamel: [00:24:11] It’s really good. And I think we have a special right now with it where they throw a little bit of the ginger simple sirup in there. It’s nice and tasty, but yeah, no, they do a lot of great work over there. Riley, the manager over there now. She’s doing some awesome work. Liz and Marley, you’ll see over there as well. But yeah.
Stone Payton: [00:24:29] And is it is it the email that I get? I get do I get it from Libby?
Brian Gamel: [00:24:35] Libby. Yeah, that’s yeah. She is our marketing manager and she’s been she’ll send you out emails if you sign up for our email list and then you can also tailor what, what things you want from us. So if you’re just interested in the visual arts, you can sign up for that emailing list or lantern series or those things. But obviously we want everyone to know about everything. So if you have multiple interest, let’s get you on those paths. And one other thing I did want to mention, because new seasons up, people have been asking a lot of great questions. Subscriptions will be available soon. You can always fill out a form in person and give it to us and then we’ll we’ll put those into the system as soon as we get the brand new ticketing system that should be hitting us July 1st. All right. So the only way to get tickets at all up to this point is through a subscription. If you only like one event next season, then I’m so sorry for you. You should come to a lot more of them because you’ll like all of them. But if you’re like, Man, I really want tickets to just this one. Those don’t go live until July 1st at the earliest. So everything else is is available to get a full subscription. And that’s your best bang for your buck, too, especially at the theater, because we’re going to start doing tiered seating and the cheapest way to get the front row is through a subscription and it’s an insane deal. It’s so silly that people don’t take advantage of that. One more.
Stone Payton: [00:25:49] And the theater is over in the chambers building.
Brian Gamel: [00:25:52] In that building. So if you’re familiar with where rootstock or just rootstock where rootstock is, right, right behind that, that big building that looks like a church. Right? That’s us. So the city has the chambers in one half of it and we have our theater, our offices and everything else. And the other.
Stone Payton: [00:26:07] Half so fantastic. Okay, let’s wrap with with leaving our listeners with easy ways to find out more website. I think let’s mention Beth’s email again maybe for the.
Brian Gamel: [00:26:18] Yeah. Source websites Woodstock Arts dot org and worst case scenario, just always go back to the website Woodstock Arts dot org. You’ll have all the information you’ll need. But if you’re a business interested in a sponsorship that’s Beth Bette at Woodstock arts dot org email her there and then you can find us on all the normal social media channels Facebook, Instagram, we even have a Twitter, so.
Stone Payton: [00:26:40] Oh, fantastic. All right. Well, we will see you guys at any and all of those places that we described. We’re so blessed to have Woodstock arts here in this community and Brian Gammell coordinating things and captaining the ship. Thank you guys so much for what you’re doing, man.
Brian Gamel: [00:26:58] Thank you for everything you do.
Stone Payton: [00:26:59] Stone All right. This is Stone Payton for our guest today, Brian Gammel with Woodstock Arts and everyone here at the business radio family saying we’ll see you next time on Cherokee Business Radio.