for Art + Innovation
Located in a historic neo-Gothic church in Uptown Charlotte, McColl Center for Art + Innovation offers more than 5,000 square feet of Gallery space. We welcome the public to explore our exhibitions and attend our various events, including open studios, community engagement initiatives, workshops and more.
Mary Lattimore & Mac McCaughanNew Frequencies at McColl Center / Music
Doors open at 7 PM
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Mac McCaughan has been a performing and recording music since the late 1980s, first as a member of Superchunk, and eventually via projects such as Portastatic and 2015’s Non-Believers (his first record under his own name). Mary Lattimore is a harpist originally from Asheville, North Carolina, and now based in Los Angeles, who experiments with her Lyon & Healy concert grand harp and effects.
The duo will be performing New Rain Duets, a program consisting of new compositions, with Lattimore on harp and McCaughan on analog synthesizers and guitar, improvised live but based on prearranged structures and ideas.
▶ Mac McCaughan “Through with People”:
▶ Mary Lattimore, live in Paris, April 2016:
New Frequencies at McColl Center showcases innovative and exciting performances from today’s most adventurous creators and acclaimed artists. Selected “Best New Arts Programming” by Charlotte Magazine in 2016: “Here, the future of art is on display.”
Image: Courtesy of the artists