Charlotte Culture Guide Friday

Categories: ASC, Blog

Thank goodness it’s Friday! The weekend is upon us and there is a world of cultural opportunity available. Here is just a small sampling of all the great things to do in Charlotte and Mecklenburg County this weekend. H.M.S. Pinafore This Gilbert & Sullivan classic takes place on Her Majesty’s Ship, Pinafore. The captain’s daughter, …

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Creating Lasting Childhood Memories

Categories: ASC, Blog

Development Wednesday By Catherine Miller, Development Officer The second Tuesday of the month my father would take me to the Steven’s Center in downtown Winston-Salem, N.C. to hear my mother play in the Symphony. This was a tradition I did not always enjoy – or appreciate. At 14-years-old, I would have much rather stayed home …

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Giving Children A Voice Through Science

Categories: ASC, Blog, Education

Eight years ago Ellen Holloway, a speech-language pathologist, started The Speech Garden Institute with a few students and the goal of improving the lives of children with communication delays. Today, she and the institute are serving hundreds of students through innovative and collaborative classroom-based therapies. One of those innovative programs is helping children develop stronger …

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Charlotte Culture Guide Friday

Categories: Blog, Uncategorized

Don’t have any plans this weekend? Never fear! CharlotteCultureGuide.com has all the latest and greatest events happening in Charlotte and Mecklenburg County this weekend. Here is a small sampling of those great things to do this weekend… 2011 Summer Concert Series on the Green Grab your family and friends and join us for a summer …

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Advice for Emerging Women Leaders

Categories: ASC, Blog

Development Wednesday By Julie Conigliaro, Senior Development Officer Last Friday, ASC’s Emerging Leader’s program hosted a special panel for emerging women leaders in Charlotte’s cultural community. It was an empowering event lead by Community School of the Arts’ Executive Director Andi Stevenson. The panel included Suzanne Fetscher (McColl Center for Visual Art), Carolyn Mints (Harvey …

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