Levine Museum Exhibit Explores How Camp Greene Shaped Charlotte

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Why This Matters: The Levine Museum of the New South exhibit “Splendid Service: Camp Greene & the Making of a New South City” explores the history of Charlotte’s World War I military camp and its impact on the Queen City. By Bernie Petit Communications Manager A turning point in Charlotte’s race to become the largest city …

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Check Out Public Art at Mecklenburg Parks and Recreation Centers

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Why This Matters: ASC and Mecklenburg County Park and Recreation have worked collaboratively to enhance public spaces throughout Charlotte-Mecklenburg with artworks that connect to the surrounding communities. A young child climbs atop “Life,” a public artwork inspired by the okra plants found in the gardens of early Reid Park residents. It’s an example of artwork …

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‘Inside|Out Charlotte’ Brings Museum Artworks to Outdoor Spaces

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Why This Matters: Through the ‘Inside|Out Charlotte’ program, the Bechtler Museum and Gantt Center are bringing art to Charlotte neighborhoods in hopes of strengthening knowledge, understanding and appreciation for visual art. By Giovanna Torres Communications & Marketing Coordinator Refreshing and uplifting. That is how Historic Washington Heights resident Mattie Marshall described the new artwork that’s …

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