Tim Miner & Brooke Brown

Where Are We in CLT? Dilworth Artisan Station

CLT Creatives, Where Are We in CLT? | April 13, 2021

With so much public art in South End, it’s easy to overlook the work of more than 25 local creatives waiting for you inside Dilworth Artisan Station (DAS) at 118 E Kingston Ave. Much like Camp North End, the building that houses DAS has had a rich li… read more »

Where Are We in CLT? Rainbow Animal Wall

CLT Creatives, Where Are We in CLT? | April 6, 2021

New construction at Camp North End (CNE) is nothing … well … new. But, what is new is how art is incorporated into it. The work being done along Keswick Avenue across from Free Range Brewing and Goodyear Arts requires a long construction fence that w… read more »

Where Are We In CLT? Bree Stallings Mural at Time Out Youth

Exploring Charlotte, Where Are We in CLT? | March 16, 2021

Artist Bree Stallings rarely slows down. In the past two months, the artist who led the way on the “We Are Hip Hop” mural at Camp North End has painted new murals in Gastonia and Hope Haven in Charlotte … and now at Time Out Youth, a nonprofit that s… read more »

New Mural on W. Trade Street is a Tribute to NC Music Legends

Creative News, Exploring Charlotte, Murals | December 30, 2020

Queen City visual artist Abel Jackson is at it again, painting a third historic mural along West Trade Street, just a few blocks from Johnson C. Smith University and in full view of the Gold Line. (And, we have lovely photos from photographer and CLT… read more »

PHOTO SAFARI: Behind the Scenes at “Lights”

Creative News, Happenings, Photo Safari | November 12, 2020

As we reported a few weeks ago, the “Lights” are back on at the US National Whitewater Center (USNWC). If the inaugural year is a gauge, scores of people will be drawn from across the Charlotte region to see the “Lights.” But, an interactive exhibiti… read more »

A Photo Tour of NoDa’s New Trash Cans

Creative News, Exploring Charlotte, For Newcomers | October 22, 2020

Unlike any other area in Charlotte, NoDa is a place where the hands of artists are immediately visible. Murals may be the big ticket, but every inch of NoDa is covered in some form or creative expression, from stickers on power boxes and street signs… read more »