Sunday, January 27, 2013

Since opening in the summer of 2011, UNC Charlotte Center City has become not only an educational extension of the College of Arts + Architecture from the UNC Charlotte main campus in north Charlotte, it's become a cultural gem in Uptown. The leaders at the 12-story building, which resembles a stack of books, have done a great job of opening its doors to the community. Donell Stines-Jones, community outreach coordinator at UNC Charlotte Center City, and Crista Cammaroto, director of galleries for the College of Arts + Architecture, are two of the people most responsible for the great art exhibits and cultural events that have been featured there over the last year and a half. I had the privilege of partnering with them on an event in September on behalf of the Hip Hop Caucus-Charlotte.

UNC Charlotte Center City, at the corner of E. Ninth and N. Brevard streets in Uptown.

Visit the UNC Charlotte Center City online calendar of events,, featuring lectures, film showcases, classical music concerts, art exhibits, and more, many of which are free and open to the public. And below is a recent video that highlights "The Arts at UNC Charlotte Center City."


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