ASC’s Studio 345 Program Moving to Arts+

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The free, out-of-school youth development program has served 2,972 high school students since 2012, achieving a 99 percent average graduation rate CHARLOTTE, N.C. (June 24, 2020) – The Arts & Science Council’s (ASC) youth development program Studio 345 will move to Arts+ on Wednesday, July 1,2020. Under Arts+’s administration, Studio 345 will continue to engage Charlotte-Mecklenburg high school students through arts education and programs. ASC launched Studio …

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An Update from ASC President Jeep Bryant

Categories: ASC, Blog

I’m writing to update you on ASC’s budget plan for the new fiscal year which begins July 1. The plan has involved some difficult personnel decisions to ensure we continue to make meaningful investments in the arts, science and cultural community throughout the coming year. We are reducing our full-time staff from 30 to 24 …

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ASC Statement on Protests Following the Deaths of George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery and Breonna Taylor

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The deaths of George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery and Breonna Taylor over a matter of months have left residents in Charlotte-Mecklenburg and across the country hurt, shaken and angry. These deaths have not just reopened old injuries; rather, they have revealed deep, festering wounds that have been ignored or too quickly forgotten after prior acts of …

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New Public Art Pops Up in Charlotte-Mecklenburg

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Why This Matters: Public art is our opportunity to write many narratives into one overarching story of this place we call home. By Bernie Petit Communications Manager Charlotte-Mecklenburg’s public art collection continues to grow with the addition of two new artworks. Installed over the past several months, the artworks reflect our community’s commitment for public art …

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