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31343
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Local artist uses painting to advocate for the children of immigrants. Rosalia Torres-Weiner works with children that are too scared of deportation to speak or too confused to vocalize their feelings, and helps give them a voice though art projects.
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31445
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The 19-year-old in his first season with the Charlotte Ballet talks about his unlikely path to becoming a classical dancer.
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31453
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A new website aims to alleviate poverty and connect people by telling stories. Scott Gardner, a local cinematographer, cofounded About Face Charlotte with Sozo Art Gallery owner, Hannah Blanton, who felt moved to connect people in Charlotte who wouldn’t otherwise meet.
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37621
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A neighborhood in the metro cited as a New South city has a newer reputation. Originally building a sound economic base from its arts community, Charlotte’s NoDa survived the Recession and closings of multiple art galleries. Today, its positive reputation draws out of towners in and residential real estate represents a bright economic future.
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The painting of A.R. Ammon’s “Salute” on the side of the Dandelion Market was inspired by wall poems in other cities. The project, a vision shared by locals Amy Bagwell and Graham Carew, was made reality through the assistance of students from Piedmont Community College. Since their project was unveiled, wall poems have been painted on other buildings in Charlotte’s West 5th Street area.