Liz Logan





Making the McColl Center Accessible to Everyone

CLT Creatives | February 6, 2020

This article is the second in a series by Liz Logan about the Fall 2019 class of artists in residence at the McColl Center for Art + Innovation. Read the first installment here. When I was a kid, I remember riding in the backseat of our Ford Aerostar… read more »




How Walls Fall and Glass Ceilings Cease to Exist

CLT Creatives | January 22, 2020

“You can’t have this ego or this ‘I’ mentality. We need to help each other out. None of us can do it alone.” – Dammit Wesley This is the first installment in a three-story series by Liz Logan with members of the 2019 Fall Artist-In-Residents cohort a… read more »




“The Appropriate Pirate” Makes Anxiety Walk the Plank

CLT Creatives | December 3, 2019

Walking into the intimate setting of Not Just Coffee’s (NJC) Dilworth location, you’ll find a whole host of friendly staff making perfect drinks, remembering your name, your order, and often some odd fact you wish they’d forget. Amongst this crowd is… read more »




beSOCIAL May Be a “Little Secret” … But It’s Making a Huge Impact

Creative News, How To/Resources | August 14, 2019

Tucked behind Social Status in Plaza-Midwood is a bright white room with community tables, people typing away in some corners, laughing and drinking coffee in others. This free and innovative co-working space, known as beSOCIAL, aims to provide a cre… read more »




INK STORIES: Sir Abstraxxx Honors His Grandfather

CLT Creatives, Photography | August 13, 2019

People get tattoo ink to tell stories. Some of these stories we keep to ourselves. Others we tell whenever someone implores the common “who does your work?” Today, we explore the tattoos of Charlottean, Sir Abstraxxx. Abstraxxx is willing to tell the… read more »




INK STORIES: Liz Logan Has a Dirty Front Yard

CLT Creatives | June 20, 2019

The story below is the first installment of our new series, “Ink Stories.” Tattoos have a story. Typically, they are for the tattooed as opposed to the viewer. But sometimes, you get lucky and get insider info. So this is my gift to you, Charlotte. C… read more »