The Hottest Ticket in Town

Categories: ASC, ASC Projects, Blog, Cultural Partners
By David Currence, Marketing Manager In a one-block radius of Uptown Charlotte, you can be immersed in modern art, feel the passion of inspiring global artwork, and explore the many facets of the African-American experience.  That one-block destination is the Levine Center for the Arts (LCA), and thanks to the new Levine Center for the …

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Studio 345 Students’ Artwork Enlivens Courthouse

Categories: ASC, Blog, Education, Studio 345
By David Currence, Marketing Manager Mary McLeod Bethune, a revered educator, once said, “We have a powerful potential in our youth, and we must have the courage to change old ideas and practices so that we may direct their power toward good ends.”  A collaborative effort between the Arts & Science Council (ASC), North Carolina …

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CMS Fifth Graders Find Endless Possibilities

Categories: ASC, ASC Projects, Blog, Education

“Endless Possibilities” is more than the title of the performance more than 11,000 fifth graders in Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools experienced two weeks ago – it is a mantra for the arts opportunities available to students in and out of school. Collaborating on the experience that sought to open the eyes of the CMS students were the …

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Artist Prepares for McColl Center Residency

Categories: ASC, ASC Projects, Blog

Artist Natalie Bork received an $875 2013 Regional Artist Project Grant to support the rental of studio space during an upcoming residency at McColl Center for Visual Art.  To find out more about the Regional Artist Project Grant, click here. By Natalie Bork I’m honored to be one of the Regional Project Grant recipients.  The …

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