The love of science is alive in Dr. Dey-n-stein’s laboratory

Categories: ASC, Blog, Education

By Bernie Petit Communications Specialist  Her name is Cynthia Dey, but at Lake Wylie Elementary School in Charlotte, she’s known as “Dr. Dey-n-stein.” It’s not because she’s anything like the eccentric scientist in Mary Shelley’s “Frankenstein,” from which her nickname is derived. It’s because Dey creates little kiddies crazy about science in her laboratory. “The …

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Blumenthal announces Center Stage honorees

Categories: ASC, Blog, Cultural Partners

By Elise Esasky Public Relations Manager, Blumenthal Performing Arts  Blumenthal Performing Arts awarded three Center Stage Awards to community leaders during its annual meeting Nov. 12 in the Knight Theater at Levine Center for the Arts. Roger and Chris Watson Roger and Chris Watson joined the Blumenthal Volunteer Team in October 2010 with a rich background …

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Become an overnight art collector by supporting arts journalism

Categories: ASC, Blog

By Marc Gustafson Executive Director, Charlotte Viewpoint  We are excited to announce the second annual Charlotte Viewpoint Instant Art Collection Event, set for Thursday, Nov. 14, 2013 at the Charlotte Trolley Museum! The Instant Art Collection event is a fun, simple way to become art collector in just the span of an evening. Our first …

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The Community Arts Project’s new home makes art accessible in Lake Norman

Categories: ASC, Blog, Cultural Partners

By Bernie Petit Communications Specialist  Bringing art within reach of the Lake Norman community is the mission of The Community Arts Project, or CAP. And its new home at 20700 N. Main St. in Cornelius – along a well-traveled stretch between downtown Cornelius and downtown Davidson – makes art even more accessible for those who …

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