Public Artwork ‘SKYLINE’ Creates Immersive Experience in Charlotte

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A view of the public artwork "SKYLINE" by Susan Narduli.
By Bernie Petit Director of Public Relations & Marketing  The ever-changing rhythms of the Queen City are reimagined as an immersive experience of abstract animations in Charlotte’s newest public artwork. “SKYLINE,” a site-specific artwork integrated into the Charlotte Convention Center overstreet pedestrian walkway, was unveiled in October as part of the convention center’s expansion opening …

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What is Charlotte-Mecklenburg’s Creative Community Grateful For?

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By Giovanna Torres Communications Manager Another year has almost gone by where we have witnessed everything from heartbreaking loss to colossal resilience, and our creative community has once again lifted our spirits through the power of arts and culture. As the season of gratitude approaches, we want to highlight several local creative individuals and organizations …

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Charlotte’s Tony Arreaza Turned His Pandemic Downtime Into Music

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By Page Leggett Independent musicians can’t just write a song, record it and hope people buy the CD. They have to market their music. Charlotte’s Tony Arreaza has a process for putting out an album. It includes making videos of a couple of songs and releasing those in advance of the album. “It’s very typical …

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