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4200
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Charlotte's Tryon Center, opening in September 1999, will be more than a local arts council. Housed in an old burned church that was rebuilt as studios and offices through a $7 million grant from Bank of America, the center seeks to become a significant visual arts center in the Southeast. Plans include local artist support and an artist-in-residence program providing grants for nationally and internationally known artists.
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Independent Weekly (NoCar Oversize AP 2 .I57 [volumes 13 - 23 on microfilm]), Vol. 17 Issue 16, Apr 1999, p34, il Periodical Website
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4500
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A fire-gutted Presbyterian church in downtown Charlotte is under restoration to provide space for the Tryon Center for Visual Art. Bank of America provided a $7 million grant for restoration funding, and when completed, the center will house sixteen studios, all Internet wired; space for exhibitions; a library; common areas; and meeting rooms.
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NC Arts (NoCar Oversize NX 1 N22x), Vol. 13 Issue 3, Spring/Summer 1999, p8, il
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24907
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Charlotte is hosting its own version of a Fringe Festival. Festivities will include a number of local acting and improve groups as well as a “So You Think You Can Dance” type of contest with a performance on October 6.
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22593
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In public education, arts funding cuts is an accepted reality. But in Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools, the arts provide many children with a purpose. Therefore, a Comprehensive Arts Education Plan for North Carolina Department of Public Instruction is forming to integrate arts across appropriate curricula.
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36169
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Ketie Memory Jones’ walk home alone ended in a tragic death, but not a tragic ending. Remembrance prompted those left behind to live fully, see good in the world, and financially help UNC-Charlotte students with passion for the arts.