Life Forms and Their Environment: The Art of Tomoo Kitamura

Exploring the possibilities inherent in both nature and man through the art of McColl Center Alumnus Artist Tomoo Kitamura.

Far-Flung Inspirations: An Interview with Trio Red Space’s Tim Daisy

Trio Red Space is an all-star band led by acclaimed drummer and composer Tim Daisy. Their energetic tunes offer consistent surprises, seamlessly straddling the line between written material and improvisation.

McColl Center Statement on HB2, Diversity, and Inclusion

Everyone is welcome at McColl Center for Art + Innovation.

Working in the Gray Area: An Interview with Marek Ranis

“The moment you really try to understand an issue you quickly realize that it is much more complex and hard to define than you originally thought. Research allows me a better misunderstanding of a subject.”

Spring Deity: An Artistic Collaboration

The story of an artistic collaboration between 2014/2015 McColl Center Alumna Betsy Birkner, Peachy the Magazine Publisher Blair Farris, Arts Advocate Pam Stowe, and Laura Vinroot Poole's Capitol.

The Secret History of Vermeer: An Appreciation of Peter Thompson’s Films

Peter Thompson has been called one of American cinema's best-kept secrets and the country’s greatest unknown filmmaker.

Drawing Into Space: Going Further

2016 UNC Charlotte Artist-in-Residence Hollis Hammonds co-teaches Drawing Into Space, where students consider how drawing, a traditionally two-dimensional art form, can be expanded into three dimensions.

Metamorphosis, Stillness, Intensity: Butoh Dance and the Triptych Collective

Butoh is a provocative form of dance theater that began in the 1950s in Japan and has grown into a global art form.

Mixing Tar and Oil Paint: The Art + Response of Laura McCarthy

“It’s a little like tar and oil paint. A chemical reaction occurs and you never know what is going to happen.”

Language as a Wild Animal: An Interview with Stephanie Barber

“It’s like discovering your imaginary friend really is. And is better than you could have hoped.” Artist and filmmaker Stephanie Barber talks about her film DAREDEVILS.