Keep reading to hear from Lorie Mertes, Program Director at McColl Center for Visual Art and exhibit curator, Cynthia Reeves, Director of CYNTHIA-REEVES Projects in a special Q&A about the exhibition.
RECAP, highlights Chin’s recent residency as a Knight Artist-in-Residence at McColl Center for Visual Art. From September 2012 through March 2013, his studio was the headquarters for the creation of new works in sculpture, video, drawing, collage, painting, and ongoing work on Operation Paydirt, a long-term collaborative effort to develop scientific protocols for the remediation of lead in urban soils. Exhibition open to the public on Friday, June 28 and will be celebrated with an opening reception.
Featuring a diverse selection of works representing the convergence of art and science, "Connectivity" explores the underlying threads of connection found in natural, social, and technological systems. An opening reception will be celebrated on April 26 from 6 to 9 PM. This reception also marks the arrival of our newest group of resident artists.
Join us for a free gallery reception on Friday, March 22 from 6 to 9 PM. This is the last opportunity for the public to view the "All the Time in the World" exhibition and to discover the many works created by our resident artists. During the reception, we have partnered with Charlotte Area Transit System (CATS) to present a panel discussion with five LYNX Blue Line Extension artists. Keep reading for more information about the reception and planning your visit.
Due to the inclement weather the All the Time in the World Opening Reception scheduled for tonight, Friday, January 25 has been postponed. The galleries will remain closed for the day and will reopen on Saturday, January 26 with normal hours. The opening reception and CTI's Exploding Canons has been rescheduled for next Friday, February 1 from 6 to 9 PM.