WEBii Selected to Develop New Website for Spicewood Arts Society
New Spicewood Arts Society website will offer fresh information about arts related events in the Texas Hill Country and help support the arts community.
Austin, TX (PRWEB) March 25, 2014
WEBii, an Austin-based website development company, announces its involvement with The Spicewood Arts Society to build a new website in early 2014. The new website will include modern features that allow members to easily browse events, purchase tickets to events and enjoy information about the local Hill Country arts scene.
The Spicewood Arts Society was founded as a means to promote art in Spicewood, Texas. Since then, the non-profit organization has grown into an artistic hub for the Texas Hill Country and its surrounding areas. Its current website details the Society’s upcoming performances.
In May 2014, the Spicewood Arts Society will celebrate its performance season’s 15th anniversary.
“We are thrilled to be partnering with WEBii to give SAS a fresh and welcoming look to engage our current and future patrons,” said Erika Kemp, project manager for Spicewood Arts Society.
WEBii (WebXess, Inc.) has provided high quality web hosting, custom web design, web development and search engine optimization solutions to small and mid-sized businesses since 1996. The company is headquartered in Austin, Texas with customers across the US and globally. Learn more at http://www.webii.net.
About The Spicewood Arts Society:
The Spicewood Arts Society (SAS) is the Home of the Arts in the Hill Country. The nonprofit organization promotes performing, visual and literary arts opportunities to the community of Spicewood, TX and surrounding areas. SAS programs include concerts hosted at the Spicewood Vineyards, Arts Round-Up, a juried fine arts festival, and Art Treks to Texas museums and historical venues. SAS uses funds raised to provide arts related educational opportunities for the community and local schools as well as scholarships for graduating seniors at Marble Falls High School and Lake Travis High School.
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