Artists selected to have artwork displayed on billboards through ArtPop

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Voters on CharlotteCultureGuide.com selected the final five artists for the program CHARLOTTE, N.C. (Dec. 7, 2016) – ASC has announced the 20 regional artists that will be part of the fourth year of ArtPop, a program in which local artists submit their work to be displayed on available billboard space. ASC, Adams Outdoor Advertising and …

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Give the Gift of Culture this Season

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Why This Matters: Encouraging or sparking a loved one’s interest in arts and culture can enrich their life. It’s also a way to support the cultural community. By Giovanna Torres Marketing and Communications Coordinator  The holidays are here. If you want to find the perfect gift for your friends and family, we’ve put together a …

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Public Art Brightens Airport Travel

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Why This Matters: Public art at the airport enhances the passenger experience and promotes Charlotte and the surrounding region. Compiled by Bernie Petit Communications Manager Traveling at the holidays can be stressful. Fortunately, if you’re flying out of Charlotte this season, you can experience several public artworks that provide a momentary sense of calm, wonder …

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Bechtler Exhibit Draws on Museum’s Charlotte Roots

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Why This Matters: Exhibition displays the depth and range of the Bechtler Museum of Modern Art’s collection and connects the museum to Charlotte in a new way. By Bernie Petit Communications Manager “Bechtler Collection: Relaunched and Rediscovered” reveals Charlotte’s influence on the Bechtler Museum of Modern Art at Levine Center for the Art. Walk into …

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ASC Grants Allow Artists to Focus on Their Work

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Why This Matters: ASC Regional Artist Project Grants artists with the resources they need to advance their careers. By Bernie Petit Communications Manager “Discovering something great choreographers created is unlocking a piece of romanticized history,” Kim Jones told The New York Times. The Times profiled Jones, an associate professor of dance at UNC Charlotte, in …

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