Group seeks to nurture ‘creative communities’

By Scott Finn
sfinn@wvpubcast.org 
West Virginia is better known for its coal than its creativity, but the community-development group A Vision Shared is working to change that. They want to lure more artists, researchers and others in the growing “creative class” to
West Virginia. Monday they announced a new group, Create West Virginia, designed to do just that.

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