23 minutes | Jul 7, 2019

The Role of Creative Individuals

The role of creatives in our community goes far beyond painting murals, constructing sculptures and singing songs. Our artists are telling stories and shaping our community’s identity.  In this episode of the Culture For All podcast, we talk to local artists and creatives about what creativity means to themselves and Charlotte-Mecklenburg, the impact of funding and what a more stable and equitable cultural community would look like to them. We’ll also sit in on a free community jazz workshop conducted by A Sign of the Times. You’ll hear how public funding is making the arts more accessible to musicians of all ages and skill levels.  Host John W. Love Jr., a Mecklenburg County resident and artist, leads you through our community of creatives. If you’ve just found this podcast and are unfamiliar with the tax, please listen to the first episode (Culture For All) in this series first. That episode will provide an overview of the tax and give you all the information you need to know right now. Remember to share your voice with the Arts & Science Council on this important topic. Call or text us at 704.286.6288 and leave a :30 message. Your responses may be used in a future episode of this podcast. You can also email us at asc@artsandscience.org, or contact us via social media. This podcast was produced by the Arts & Science Council and GohJo Studios. Original Music by Harvey Cummings. Contact the Arts & Science Council on: Facebook Instagram Twitter asc@artsandscience.org 704.286.6288   Subscribe, rate and review Culture For All on: Spotify Apple Podcasts Stitcher TuneIn SoundCloud   Arts & Science Council Website Podcast Page on ASC Website
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