Look for the Helpers is an outreach project organized by current resident artist Jennifer Gilomen which partners with Urban Ministries Center, an interfaith organization dedicated to bringing the community together to end homelessness, one life at a time. Keep reading to learn more about this project that seeks to catalyze positive social change through art.
Keep reading to watch a video about the devastating effects of lead-contaminated soil that currently places children at risk for severe learning disabilities and behavioral problems throughout the country. You will also learn how to get involved in a nationwide drawing project using a Fundred Dollar Bill.
McColl Center for Visual Art has received a $400,000 grant from Art Place America for a community revitalization project. Artists will lead the placemaking initiative in Charlotte's Brightwalk community at Historic Double Oaks. Keep reading to learn more.
Your support is needed to fund our project "Coloring Outside the Lines" which promotes pride and the power of self discovery for local LGBTQ youth and young adults along with their families. Keep reading to learn and how you can show your support this project.
In partnership with Charlotte Mecklenburg Housing Partnership, McColl Center for Visual Art will implement a three-year placemaking initiative at Historic Double Oaks in the Brightwalk Community. An Environmental Art Master Plan was developed by McColl Center to address Brightwalk’s green-space opportunities to restore and preserve the community’s natural resources.