Welcome to McColl Center

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OPEN STUDIO SATURDAY HAPPENINGS

Back lot:

12:00–3:00 Hands-on art activity with Samantha Rosado

12:00–3:00 The Underground Mobile Art and Music Studio activity with Bunny Gregory

3:00–4:00 Performance + installation by Sichong Xie

Ice cream cart

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OPEN STUDIO SATURDAY HAPPENINGS

Front lawn:

12:00–5:00 Through Jaundiced Eyes launch + blood drive with Eboné M. Lockett

12:00–3:00 Live music by DJ Minuche

1:30–until Performance by Janet Loren Hill
Gallery: 
Artists-in-residence:

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OPEN STUDIO SATURDAY HAPPENINGS

Studio 219:

12:00–1:00 Exquisite Corpse workshop with Jackie Milad (registration required)
Artists-in-residence: 
  • Studio 215: Sichong Xie – Los Angeles, California | Interdisciplinary, performance, installation 
  • Studio 216: Edison Peñafiel – Fort Lauderdale, Florida | Multimedia, installation 
  • Studio 218: Janet Loren Hill – Utica, New York | Mixed media 
  • Studio 219: Jackie Milad – Baltimore, Maryland | Drawing, painting, animation 
Artist Labs: 
  • A: Printmaking Lab 
  • B: 3D Lab 
  • C: Media Lab

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Artist Studios at McColl Center 315: 
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Learn more about Artist Studios at McColl Center. 

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BECOME AN IGNITER

As Charlotte’s leading contemporary arts hub, McColl Center is at the frontlines of supporting and partnering with artists as they work to grow their creative practice. From hosting artists-in-residence and creating public arts programs to providing affordable studio space, access to state-of-the-art equipment, and maintaining our historic building in uptown Charlotte, we rely on your generosity and support to ignite our work in championing artists and sparking creative experiences for positive community impact.

Become an Igniter by making a one-time donation or setting up a monthly gift of $10 or more. McColl Center Igniters provide sustaining support that propels McColl Center forward and allows us to continue providing the resources, spaces, and opportunities artists need to succeed—now more than ever.