McColl Center Environmental Artist-in-Residence Brandon Ballengée’s contemporary art sculptures will make you fall in love with bugs.
McColl Center for Art + Innovation is vital in supporting community inspired, artist-led interventions which contribute to social and economic vitality of our community. The emerging field is creative placemaking and no one is a bigger champion of this critical work than our very own Lisa Hoffman.
No Pants No Problem Charlotte this Friday, November 21 is honored to be raising funds for RAIN an amazing organization.
The Visiting Artist Series of the Department of Art, Art History and Visual Studies at Duke University
See the celebration of Brightwalk’s new Playscape by ArtPlace America Environmental Artist-in-Residence, Rugunzu Bruno
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