In 2016, African Americans represented 44% of all new HIV diagnoses in the United States. ALTERNATE ENDINGS, RADICAL BEGINNINGS features seven new and innovative short videos prioritizing Black narratives within the ongoing AIDS pandemic.
McColl Center artist-in-residence Zoë Charlton harnesses the energy of time and place to create.
McColl Center observes the international day of action and mourning in response to the AIDS crisis.
While Nelson Morales's portraits often exude a proud sense of identity and sexuality, it’s his sharp eye that offers dignity and empathy to the subjects of his photographs.
McColl Center exhibiting artist Rodrigo Valenzuela and "A Tale of Two Cities" project artist Antoine Williams receive 2017 Painters & Sculptors Grants from the Joan Mitchell Foundation.
“Home is a difficult thing for me to define. Alaska feels like home. When I come to Charlotte, I always say, ‘I'm going home.’”
Alli Celebron-Brown starts as McColl Center for Art + Innovation's President + CEO on December 4, 2017.
Artist-in-residence Carmen Papalia’s residency project, Open Access, challenges how we see not only art, but also the world at large.
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