Congratulations to the latest South End Verses Collaborators
Congratulations to artist Teddy Espinales and writer Dawn Poulterer for being selected as the latest South End Verses collaborators. Watch for their NEW public art piece to hit the street in May!
Many thanks to the Selection Committee:
Sharon Dowell, Painter & Public Artist
Megan Liddle-Gude, Director of Historic South End
Ryan Pitkin, Founder & Editor in Chief of QC Nerve
Bree Stallings, Multi-Media Artist, Illustrator, Writer, Activist, Educator
David Walters, RIBA, Architect and Town Planner, Professor Emeritus of Architecture & Urban Design, UNC Charlotte
Artist & MakerSpace Studios at C3Lab
Being a creative hub in South End, C3Lab supports the efforts of artists at all stages of their careers by offering affordable artist space. To sustain the local arts community, C3 provides common spaces where artists can meet, socialize and collaborate, learn together and have creative dialogue about art being created, exhibit their current works and/or WIP and thrive in their artistic practice. C3 hosts an art exhibit each year featuring all the artists in Gallery C3.
Artists & Makers at C3Lab
Gallery C3 is an alternative art space that hosts exhibits featuring local, regional, national and international artists. From emerging to established artists, Gallery C3 supports traditional, contemporary, and hybrid art forms that integrate social, interdisciplinary, experimental, imaginative and innovative collaborations that are intended to stimulate, boldly shape and connect through an intimate exchange to the artistic community.
UNCC Spotlight Exhibit
Join the UNC Charlotte Alumni Association on June 7th at its annual alumni and student art exhibit — Spotlight 2019 — at C3 Lab in South End. Curated by a panel of alumni, the exhibit will feature work from UNC Charlotte alumni and students who — while not necessarily from the College of Arts + Architecture — have a passion for art.
The 2019 Spotlight Exhibition will be hosted in memory of UNC Charlotte students Ellis Reed Parlier and Riley Howell, who we lost tragically on April 30. As UNC Charlotte Chancellor Philip L. Dubois shared at the remembrance vigil on May 1, "We will emerge from these difficult days. We will not emerge unchanged, but we will emerge united and stronger."