10 resolutions for a vibrant cultural life in 2017

Categories: Blog
  Enhance your life this New Year by connecting with culture. Make different resolutions and have fun meeting them.   Here are a few ideas to get you started:   Explore your cultural community in different ways. Attend a film festival, concert, museum or a play. Charlotte has diverse offerings every day of the year. …

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Give the Gift of Culture this Season

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Why This Matters: Encouraging or sparking a loved one’s interest in arts and culture can enrich their life. It’s also a way to support the cultural community. By Giovanna Torres Marketing and Communications Coordinator  The holidays are here. If you want to find the perfect gift for your friends and family, we’ve put together a …

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Cuddle up with culture this Valentine’s Day

Categories: ASC, Blog, Cultural Partners

By Bernie Petit Communications Manager Romance is all around us this time of year. With Valentine’s Day rapidly approaching, boxes of chocolates and roses will a backseat in upcoming cultural events that will have folks in the mood for love. From plenty of heart-themed events at the Levine Center for the Arts campus to the …

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A High Flying Vanguard Event

Categories: ASC, Blog

High flying fun brought the Arts & Science Council’s Vanguard Society to the Booth Playhouse in March. The quarterly event for Vanguard members featured a special performance from dance group Caroline Calouche & Co. Calouche and her dancers, in their first year as an in-house company at the Blumenthal Performing Arts Center, perform aerial dance …

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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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