Creativity, Imagination and Innovation

Categories: ASC, Blog

CCI Tuesday By Christie Kahil, Program Director, Education The daffodils are up, the forsythia bushes have exploded, and it’s time for me to head to the annual National Art Educators Association Conference where teachers, museum educators, researchers and artists congregate to share our best ideas about the arts and education. This year’s theme is “Creativity, …

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Charlotte Culture Guide Friday

Categories: ASC, Blog

Happy Friday everyone! The weekend is upon us and there is a world of things for you to do in Charlotte and Mecklenburg County. Here are a few options: Director’s Choice: 40th Anniversary Celebrate Dance Theatre’s 40th Anniversary with Director’s Choice! Featuring selections from Artistic Director Jean-Pierre Bonnefoux and Resident Choreographer Dwight Rhoden. Don’t miss …

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We showed you ours! What Does Your Top 10 List Look Like?

Categories: Annual Fund Drive, ASC, Blog

Development Wednesday By Chavon Carroll, Donor Marketing Manager As we enter the final 22 days of our Annual Fund Drive, I can’t help but thank all of our amazing donors who support arts and culture in this community through their generosity. Our lifeblood. Our champions. Our donors. There must be a ton of reasons they …

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Creative Workers a Force In Charlotte-Mecklenburg & NC

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CCI Tuesday By Robert Bush, Senior Vice President, Cultural & Community Investment Creative thinking, the kind that fuels innovation, is now considered to be the world’s most valued commodity. By every measure and estimate, creativity and innovation are essential to driving economic growth and expansion for start-ups and established enterprises, attracting and retaining the best …

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Finding Artistic Talent Through Appreciation

Categories: ASC, Blog

PR and Marketing Monday By Susan Jetton, Public Relations Consultant In recent years, I have been employed by a performing arts center, a college of applied arts and the Arts & Science Council.  When asked about my jobs, I always feel compelled to add a disclaimer that, “I am not an artist…I don’t have artistic …

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