McColl Center for Visual Art has received a $400,000 grant from Art Place America for a community revitalization project. Artists will lead the placemaking initiative in Charlotte's Brightwalk community at Historic Double Oaks. Keep reading to learn more.
Chief Operating Officer, Devlin McNeil, has accepted the position of President and Executive Director at Community School of the Arts. She assumes her new role on June 17, 2013. Keep reading to learn more.
Brian Knep and Natalie Andrew, Carolinas Healthcare Artists-in-Residence, created and installed an interactive installation, "Hero's Journey" for the Levine Children's Hospital. The work, located in a hallway with a slanted floor, functions as a metaphor for the various challenges a hero must undergo during their journey. Keep reading to learn more about this project.
Thank you to everyone who took part in Studio Party 13: Magical Mystery Tour! Due to the generosity and support from our community, Studio Party 13 was an incredible success that raised over $80,000. Keep reading to learn more about the event's success.
ArtSí invites the artistic community to ConnectARTE, a fun, free, and informational networking event hosted at McColl Center for Visual Art on Saturday, May 18. Keep reading to learn more about the event and how you can meet other artists and arts supporters.