Crushing on CLT art

Categories: ASC, Blog, Community Supported Art

By Amy Bareham Community & Cultural Investment Intern For many, art seems to resemble an awkward first date. We sit down with a painting or a novel, a poem or an opera and we try. We listen, we observe, we ask the obligatory introspective questions about ourselves and the work, but then art gets a …

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Enjoy a cultural treat this Halloween

Categories: Blog, Cultural Partners

Compiled by Bernie Petit Communications Manager You don’t have to wait for Halloween to enjoy some great cultural treats. You can get dressed up or go as yourself to one or more Halloween-themed cultural haunts. From a haunted trail at Historic Latta Plantation to a marvelous, luminescent reality courtesy of Charlotte’s Omimeo Mime Theatre, there …

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Pouring over Arthur Brouthers

Categories: Blog, Uncategorized

By Amy Bareham Cultural & Community Investment Intern Charlotte’s Culture Initiative, graphic design, painting and the Hornets all have someone in common: his name is Arthur Brouthers and he is a fall 2014 Arts & Science Council Community Supported Art (CSA) participant. Originally from Charleston, Brouthers is the embodiment of synergy, marrying multiple concepts and …

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Why Charlotte’s all of a-flutter

Categories: Blog, Uncategorized

By Amy Bareham Cultural and Community Investment Intern If you circled Freedom Park at the recent Festival in the Park, you undoubtedly noticed Liz Saintsing, completely in her element and surrounded by silk screens. Fall 2014 Arts & Science Council Community Supported Art participant and longtime art enthusiast, Saintsing has a vivacious spirit – one that …

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