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4051
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Charlotte's new Seventh Street Station is a nine-story, $20 million building, with parking for 1,600 cars. The garage, which responds with soft, melodic tones when people touch parts of the walls, was designed in part by Christopher Janney. Janney is also the creator of the Sonic Plaza at Joyner Library on the East Carolina University campus.
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North Carolina (NoCar F 251 W4), Vol. 57 Issue 2, Feb 1999, p38, il
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34426
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In 2009, artist Tom Stanley was commissioned by the Charlotte Area Transit System to create art integrated into the Tom Hunter Station for the upcoming LYNX Blue Line Extension light rail. To learn about the community through the perspective of local children, Stanley visited schools for the project with the theme of “home” in mind. The station’s art incorporates stencils of the students’ houses and street scenes, and poems about their neighborhoods.
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34420
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Charlotte’s street art scene is growing with the city, but without direction, its future is unclear. Matt Hooker, Matt Moore, and other local muralists have been working in a free market, unrestrained by authority. There is debate over the development of a formal public art organization and strategic planning.
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A creative endeavor Charlotte’s gallery and museum communities activated and Jessica Moss advocated was Roll Up. This project, taking artists out into impoverished and vulnerable parts of town, included underrepresented human subjects in its artwork. Events showcasing these artworks included the New Gallery of Modern Art’s BlackBlooded.