Big Public Art on Campus

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Why this Matters: Public art on the campuses of local colleges and universities enhances their identities and connects them to the greater community. By Bernie Petit Communications Manager Whether you’re heading back to college, dropping a loved one off for their first year away or returning to root for the alma mater, one thing is …

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Helping Emerging Cultural Groups Thrive

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Why This Matters: Changes in ASC’s grant-making policy allowed unrestricted operating support to be extended to emerging organizations to more fully reflect the diversity of our region and provide them with the resources to innovate and capitalize themselves and strengthen their future. By Bernie Petit Communications Manager It can be a challenge for emerging and …

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How Four Creatives Spent Their Summer “Vacations”

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Why This Matters: The summer offers many creative individuals a chance to recharge their batteries, tackle personal projects and grow in their chosen fields. Local artists use those experiences to benefit our cultural community. By Bernie Petit Communications Manager Summertime means more than trips to the beach and drinks by the pool for creative individuals. …

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Leon Levine Foundation Offers $50,000 Challenge for Middle School Grade Field Trip

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Six-week fundraising effort will provide access for 11,000 CMS students to experience museums at Levine Center for the Arts CHARLOTTE, N.C. (July 14, 2016) – The Leon Levine Foundation has offered a $50,000 community challenge to the Arts & Science Council (ASC) to support more than 11,000 middle school students in Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools (CMS) to …

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