Fact-Checking Charlotte’s Public Art

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Why This Matters: Knowing key details of and motivations behind our public artwork helps us better understand how they connect to the city and the county. By Bernie Petit Communications Manager Not all of the perceptions we have about well-known public artworks in Charlotte are based on facts. Sometimes, misconceptions color our understanding of artworks. …

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Community Supported Art Program Connects Artist to Opportunity

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Why This Matters: ASC’s Community Supported Art program connects artists to patrons that care about supporting artists in the Charlotte-Mecklenburg region. By Bernie Petit Communications Manager Carolina waterways, or rather his interpretation of them, connected Davidson sculptor Jonathan Pellitteri to art collectors and conservationists. Pellitteri created a sculpture of the Catawba River, which begins in …

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‘Nature Matters’ in Tech-Filled Lives of Teens

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Why This Matters: Through discovering their sense of self in the natural world, teen participants in ASC’s Studio 345 Journeys program became environmental stewards and advocates. By Natalie Blundell ASC Davidson College Impact Fellow Technological advancements mean that kids don’t have to go outside anymore to find something to do. The upside is that kids …

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