Tag: Piedmont Virginia Community College

College classes now cover drone technology for farmers

Piedmont Virginia Community College is now offering a drone certification class for farmers who want to use that technology.

Jordan Rock headlines Charlottesville comedy show

Happy New Year, or better-fitting, Funny New Year, as Lifeview Marketing resumes the United Nations of Comedy Series on Saturday, February 28th.

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Twelve Charlottesville residents to graduate from GO Driver Program

On Monday, 12 Charlottesville residents will graduate from the GO Driver Program, a one-month training program that prepares city residents for a career with Charlottesville Area Transit.

Comedy with a Taste of Jazz at Piedmont Virginia Community College

What do you get when you place some of the funniest national comedians and some of the most talented jazz musicians into a blender, turn the blender on then pour the contents into a glass?

Comedy with a Taste of Jazz

The second installment of the Comedy with a Taste of Jazz Series is scheduled to touch the stage of the V. Earl Dickinson Building on the campus of Piedmont Virginia Community College on Saturday, June 7, 2014.

Author Marietta McCarty on WMRA’s Virginia Insight

On The Next Virginia Insight, Monday at 3 p.m.: When Marietta McCarty wrote her most recent book, she envisioned people using it as a guide for dinnertime conversation in people’s homes.

Author Marietta McCarty contracts Augusta Free Press for marketing, web work

Charlottesville author Marietta McCarty, whose books include The Philosopher’s Table, How Philosophy Can Save Your Life and the national bestseller Little Big Minds, has contracted Augusta Free Press to lead her marketing and web efforts.

The Philosopher’s Lunch Table: Mental Clarity

Join Marietta McCarty on Saturday, Feb. 22 for a sort of Philosopher’s Lunch Table featuring South American food to toast the chapter set in Brazil in The Philosopher’s Table.

McDonnell announces ag development grant recipients

Gov. Bob McDonnell announced today the recipients of the initial round of fiscal year 2014 planning grants from the planning grants program of the Governor’s Agriculture and Forestry Industries Development Fund (AFID).

AFP offers marketing class through PVCC

Augusta Free Press is offering a class on public relations and marketing through Piedmont Virginia Community College in Charlottesville. The Nov. 1 class, PR & Marketing for Artisans, is being offered in conjunction with the Artisans Center of Virginia. Artists, artisans and small-business owners are encouraged to sign up for the class, which will be […]

AFP to offer marketing, PR class through PVCC, Artisans Center

Augusta Free Press is offering a class on marketing and PR through Piedmont Virginia Community College and the Artisans Center of Virginia. The class – being offered on Thursday, March 31, and Tuesday, May 3, at The Stultz Center on the PVCC campus in Charlottesville – is geared to teaching techniques for self-promotion and marketing […]

Artisans Center of Virginia launches education series

The Artisans Center of Virginia and Piedmont Virginia Community College are teaming up to offer a series of business classes for artisans. ACV Studio School courses are offered at The Stultz Center for Business & Career Development, 501 College Drive, Charlottesville, at the intersection of I-64 and Va. 20. To register, call 434.961.5354 The course […]

Busy season for the Artisans Center of Virginia

The Artisans Center of Virginia is having a busy August, announcing this week several initiatives and programs aimed at promoting the work of Virginia artisans. The Waynesboro-based Artisans Center will be collaborating with the Lynne Goldman Studio located in Barracks Road Shopping Center in Charlottesville. Lynne Goldman Studio is celebrating 18 years of being at […]