Building Relationships with ASC Donors

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Development Wednesday By Amy Tribble, Vice President of Resource Development Recently the development team of ASC convened for a two-day planning retreat to map out goals and strategies for the coming year.  Aside from the typical conversations emerging at this type of gathering – needs, budgets, measures, accountabilities – a singular concern emerged around stewardship …

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Celebrating Future Cultural Leaders

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CCI Tuesday By Katherine Mooring, Associate Vice President, Education & Professional Development Today is always one of my favorite days of the year to work at ASC. Earlier, during lunchtime, we celebrated the graduation of our sixth Cultural Leadership Training (CLT) Program class on the stage of the Knight Theater at the Levine Center for …

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The Impact of ASC Dollars On One Production

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 By Ryan Deal, Program Assistant, Cultural & Community Investment I have the unique privilege of experiencing not only the administrative side of the granting process at ASC, but also the implementation of those dollars with my involvement with local arts organizations.  Currently, I am serving as Music Director for Theatre Charlotte’s production of RENT which …

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Charlotte Culture Guide Friday

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Thank goodness it’s Friday! The weekend is upon us and there is a world of cultural opportunity available. Here is just a small sampling of all the great things to do in Charlotte and Mecklenburg County this weekend. H.M.S. Pinafore This Gilbert & Sullivan classic takes place on Her Majesty’s Ship, Pinafore. The captain’s daughter, …

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Creating Lasting Childhood Memories

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Development Wednesday By Catherine Miller, Development Officer The second Tuesday of the month my father would take me to the Steven’s Center in downtown Winston-Salem, N.C. to hear my mother play in the Symphony. This was a tradition I did not always enjoy – or appreciate. At 14-years-old, I would have much rather stayed home …

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