Piecing it together – introducing Scott Partridge

Categories: ASC, Blog

By Amy Bareham Cultural and Community Investment Intern Clicking the link to Scott Partridge’s website (jevaart.com) is dangerous. One glance at his portfolio and you’ll be wiling away the hours with his creations – mixtures of paint, digital graphics, texture, and a little something else, something slightly elusive and introspective. This 2014 Community Supported Art participant …

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Faith, trust, and a little bit of Oprah dust

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By Amy Bareham Cultural and Community Investment Intern Art is a fiercely loyal companion, something Wan Marsh, a 2014 Community Supported Art (CSA) participant, knows full well. Even when life drew her attentions elsewhere, art waited patiently for her return. Their relationship began early on. “I guess,” Marsh says, “like everyone else I was born an …

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Buy on in – the water’s fine

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By Amy Bareham ASC Cultural and Community Investment Intern The starving artist stereotype has clung to creative thinkers for years, but Community Supported Art (CSA) participant and local Charlotte artist Carmella Jarvi doesn’t have time to starve. Deeply enthusiastic about the Charlotte art scene, Jarvi is redefining what it means to be an artist, with her glasswork, prior …

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Regional artists wanted for two ASC programs

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By Bernie Petit Communications Specialist The Arts & Science Council (ASC) is offering regional artists two chances to create works that will help connect them to the local community. Artists are needed for Neighborhoods in Creative pARTnership, a new community based public art initiative by the City of Charlotte and ASC, and ASC’s second Community …

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