McColl Center’s unique location on North Tryon Street in Uptown Charlotte places it mere footsteps from the vital center of service delivery for people experiencing homelessness. This project is an artist-led initiative of that seeks to elevate the voices of neighbors experiencing homelessness and housing vulnerability in the North Tryon development process.
Five artists-in-residence arrive at McColl Center in August for the fall 2018 residency season.
Seven artists-in-residence arrive at McColl Center in June for the summer 2018 residency season.
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.
“I wonder what if. I think, how big can I make it? How small? How hard can I throw it against the wall?"
Freedom, exploration, experimentation, and the value of risk are key themes in the studio practice of Asheville-based alumnus artist Kevin Hogan.
Alumnus artist-in-residence Bayeté Ross Smith (2008) celebrates the cultural differences that make America so unique via his 2017 TED Talk.
Seven artists-in-residence arrive at McColl Center in January for the spring 2018 residency season.
Poetry as a part of the experience and identity of everyday people.
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