Community art projects are some of the sweetest and juiciest ways to make a controversial statement.
The artist planned to create a work during his residency that would reflect upon Charlotte's history and architecture. What he saw instead changed everything.
Marcus Kiser and Jason Woodberry combine their artistic practice with acts of service in our community.
Saxophonist Ken Vandermark’s skills as a composer have shaped the avant garde music scene in Chicago and beyond.
Scott Gardner wraps up his nine-month residency here at McColl Center in May, leaving a legacy of empathy, and underscoring the power of art to unify and exact change in the broader community.
Mac McCaughan on his collaborative musical improvisation project with Mary Lattimore called New Rain Duets, which premieres during New Frequencies at McColl Center.
On 2017 Artist-in-Residence Rebecca Kamen's work with young brain injury patients at Levine Children’s Hospital to explore the meaning of life-altering health challenges and their impact on our lives.
After nearly two decades of leading Charlotte’s first and longest-running artist residency program, Suzanne Fetscher, Founding President and CEO of McColl Center for Art + Innovation, will retire in September 2017.
Artist-in-residence Rob Carter isn’t a scientist, but he is an artist with a hypothesis of his own. He’s been rigorously exploring the roles that scientific advances and human interferences can have on the natural world.
“Tough, hard-won, and world-weary love” with artist and musician Lonnie Holley during his New Frequencies at McColl Center performance on February 4, 2017.
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