Large Scale Public Artwork at Charlotte Douglas International Airport ‘Loops’ Through New Terminal Expansion

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Aircraft holding patterns inspired ‘Loops,’ a kinetic suspended sculpture by Christian Moeller. CHARLOTTE, N.C. (November 14, 2019) – “Loops,” a public art installation that expresses the wonder of flight and signifies tremendous scale, airways and the sensation of weightless suspension, is on view in The Plaza at the corner of Concourse D and E at …

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Thank You for Standing by ASC

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Why This Matters: On November 5, 2019, Mecklenburg County voters rejected a one-quarter of a cent sales and use tax to support parks, arts and education. By Jeep Bryant ASC President At various points during the referendum campaign, many of us were asked to speculate about what would happen if the voters said no. My …

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The Roll Up CLT Connects Artists to Their Craft and the Community

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Why This Matters: An ASC Cultural Vision Grant supports The Roll Up CLT, which explores economic improvement through people, community arts and creative strategies in Charlotte’s Camp Greene community. By Bernie Petit Communications Manager Taking ownership of the issues or challenges you see with the tools you have is at the heart of The Roll …

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Expert Tips for Building Your Art Collection

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Why This Matters: Building an art collection doesn’t have to be expensive or intimidating. It can also be a great way to help support local artists. By Bernie Petit Communications Manager Buying art shouldn’t be an intimidating experience. It doesn’t have to break the bank either. So says emerging art collector Keith Cradle and Sonya …

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