When Neighbor is a Verb

Artist Marion Wilson creates a “social sculpture” in the heart of North Tryon to help the rapidly-growing city of Charlotte keep its priorities in check.

Julio Gonzalez: What If?

“I wonder what if. I think, how big can I make it? How small? How hard can I throw it against the wall?"

Creative Risk-taking with Kevin Hogan

Freedom, exploration, experimentation, and the value of risk are key themes in the studio practice of Asheville-based alumnus artist Kevin Hogan.

Bayeté Ross Smith: Everyone Belongs

Alumnus artist-in-residence Bayeté Ross Smith (2008) celebrates the cultural differences that make America so unique via his 2017 TED Talk.

Leah Rosenberg and the Colors of Charlotte

“The point is to be immersed in this color.”

Zoë Charlton: Exploratory Time

McColl Center artist-in-residence Zoë Charlton harnesses the energy of time and place to create.

Nelson Morales: Making More Than Just “Beautiful Pictures”

While Nelson Morales's portraits often exude a proud sense of identity and sexuality, it’s his sharp eye that offers dignity and empathy to the subjects of his photographs.

Painters & Sculptors & Beyond

McColl Center exhibiting artist Rodrigo Valenzuela and "A Tale of Two Cities" project artist Antoine Williams receive 2017 Painters & Sculptors Grants from the Joan Mitchell Foundation.