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In the spirit of innovation, the Gantt is partnering with Ricky Singh, who is an artist, community builder and educational leader.
The Harvey B. Gantt Center for African-American Arts+Culture is excited to announce the inaugural youth residency program, which will launch in Fall 2023, the first-ever youth residency in collaboration with Mecca Of Digital Arts studio (MODA).
Singh will curate an experience that focuses on youth leading youth. Engaging his creativity and leadership skills, Youth Residency: At the Table program aligns with the Gantt’s successful residency model. Eligible students from Mecklenburg county public, private, charter schools, and home schools can apply […]
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AROUND THE CAROLINAS – THIS WEEK!
By Taylor Heeden and David Aaron Moore
The Carolina Theatre in Durham hosts the annual OUTSOUTH Queer Film Festival, August 10-13. The festival started in 1995 and brings thousands of people to the Durham area for the weekend. A total of 26 different shorts and full-length films will be showcased at this year’s festival […]
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