A Hidden Perspective

Categories: ASC, Blog, Education, Studio 345

By Scott Walker Cunningham Education Intern “Scott, want to look at my song I wrote?” Da’Quan asked for my attention on Wednesday morning in the photography and digital media room at Studio 345 for the third day of the Arts & Science Council’s (ASC) Digital and Media Literacy summer camp. The low-lit room showcased high-quality …

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Taking a New Look at Charlotte’s Creeks

Categories: Blog, Uncategorized

By: David Fowler Communication Intern Seattle has Mt. Rainier and the Puget Sound. San Francisco and Oakland are fondly referred to as the “Bay Area.” The beautiful ridges of the Rockies are visible from Denver. New York City boasts one of the largest harbors in the world. Many of the great cities in this country …

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Cultural Life Task Force releases its findings

Categories: ASC, Blog, Cultural Partners

By Bernie Petit Communications Manager The blueprint for creating a sustainable funding model to secure Charlotte-Mecklenburg’s cultural sector has been revealed. The Cultural Life Task Force – a diverse group representing local philanthropy, non-profits, government and business – has released its final recommendations for funding the arts and culture sector. Over the last 13 months, …

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A community appeal from ASC

Categories: Annual Fund Drive, ASC, Blog, Cultural Partners

From 2014 ASC Annual Fund Drive Chair Richard T. “Stick” Williams and ASC President Robert Bush Whether you live, work, go to school in or visit Charlotte-Mecklenburg, you benefit from the organizations and programs supported by dollars from the Arts & Science Council (ASC). For that reason, back in January we asked the community to …

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