Seven artists-in-residence arrive at McColl Center in June for the summer 2018 residency season.
Artist Marion Wilson creates a “social sculpture” in the heart of North Tryon to help the rapidly-growing city of Charlotte keep its priorities in check.
“I wonder what if. I think, how big can I make it? How small? How hard can I throw it against the wall?"
Freedom, exploration, experimentation, and the value of risk are key themes in the studio practice of Asheville-based alumnus artist Kevin Hogan.
Alumnus artist-in-residence Bayeté Ross Smith (2008) celebrates the cultural differences that make America so unique via his 2017 TED Talk.
Seven artists-in-residence arrive at McColl Center in January for the spring 2018 residency season.
Poetry as a part of the experience and identity of everyday people.
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.
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