An Update on ASC’s Evolution from Robert Bush

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By Robert Bush ASC President Before the end of 2016, I want to take the opportunity to provide an update regarding the progress made by the Arts & Science Council (ASC) in implementing the recommendations of the Cultural Vision Plan (CVP) and the Cultural Life Task Force (CLTF). Since my last update in December 2015, …

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Travel to Cuba with ASC

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By ASC Staff Join ASC and Cross Cultural Journeys on an unforgettable experience of the arts and culture of Cuba Daily Itinerary: Day 1 | Friday, March 17 | Miami / Havana Upon arrival in Cuba, meet your Cuban guide and drive to your hotel. On the way, your guide will show you the historical memorial …

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ASC Grants Allow Artists to Focus on Their Work

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Why This Matters: ASC Regional Artist Project Grants artists with the resources they need to advance their careers. By Bernie Petit Communications Manager “Discovering something great choreographers created is unlocking a piece of romanticized history,” Kim Jones told The New York Times. The Times profiled Jones, an associate professor of dance at UNC Charlotte, in …

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Community Supported Art Program Connects Artist to Opportunity

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Why This Matters: ASC’s Community Supported Art program connects artists to patrons that care about supporting artists in the Charlotte-Mecklenburg region. By Bernie Petit Communications Manager Carolina waterways, or rather his interpretation of them, connected Davidson sculptor Jonathan Pellitteri to art collectors and conservationists. Pellitteri created a sculpture of the Catawba River, which begins in …

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Nature: The Cool New App

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Why this matters: Through participation in the Studio 345 Journeys program, students gain self-confidence, develop resiliency and begin to understand their place in the world. By Natalie Blundell Davidson College Impact Fellow What do you get when you put 16 digitally-dependent students in a national park with no cell service for a week? You get immense growth and alternative sources of fun. This summer, each of these Studio 345 Journeys students acquired callused hiking …

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