Wow! Four Projects Already Funded on power2give.org

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By Aaron Fiedler, Public Relations & Communications Assistant It’s been almost a year in the making, so you can imagine how excited we are to finally be able to share power2give.org with you. The site launched this morning with 58 projects and as I write this, only 54 still need funding. We couldn’t be happier. …

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Charlotte Culture Guide Friday

Categories: ASC, Blog

TGIF! It’s Friday and soon you’ll be asking yourself, “what am I going to do this weekend?” Ask no more! Charlotte Culture Guide is your guide to weekend fun in Charlotte and Mecklenburg County. Here is just a small sampling of all the great things there are to do in Charlotte and Mecklenburg County this …

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How Do We Remain Relevant When Communities Change?

Categories: ASC, ASC Projects, Blog, Cultural Partners

CCI Wednesday By Katherine Mooring, Associate Vice President, Education & Professional Development How do we remain relevant when communities change? This is a critical question facing our arts and cultural sector as we work to build audiences, develop compelling programs, engage with the broader community and cultivate donors in the face of rapidly changing demographics. …

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power2give.org Launches With A Boost From Knight Foundation

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By Aaron Fiedler, Public Relations & Communications Assistant On Monday, the Arts & Science Council will launch power2give.org, a new way to give to and support arts, science, history and heritage programs in Charlotte and Mecklenburg County.¬†The site will offer a unique way to match local arts and cultural projects to individuals and corporations interested …

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Changes Come to the Regional Artist Project Grant

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By Aaron Fiedler, Public Relations and Communications Assistant Since 1991 the Arts & Science Council has worked in conjunction with arts councils in¬†Cabarrus, Cleveland, Gaston, Iredell, Lincoln, Rowan, Rutherford and York counties to support the development of local artists through the Regional Artist Project grant. The program, supported in part by the North Carolina Arts …

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