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Gutted by fire in 1985, the Associate Reformed Presbyterian Church in Charlotte has risen from the ashes in a new guise - the Tryon Center for Visual Art. Restored through a $7 million grant from Bank of America, the center provides three-month grants and work space to national and international artists. It is also a place where young and old can take classes, artists can exhibit, and local artists can lease space for a small fee.
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.