Sculpture by Jaume Plensa, "Ainsa III" at the UNC Charlotte Center City Building. The sculpture will connect the Center City Building to the new First Ward Park and on to ImaginOn, Levine Museum of the New South, and Spirit Square for the Arts.
Sculpture by Jaume Plensa, "Ainsa III" at the UNC Charlotte Center City Building. The sculpture will connect the Center City Building to the new First Ward Park and on to ImaginOn, Levine Museum of the New South, and Spirit Square for the Arts. Sarah Gay
Sculpture by Jaume Plensa, "Ainsa III" at the UNC Charlotte Center City Building. The sculpture will connect the Center City Building to the new First Ward Park and on to ImaginOn, Levine Museum of the New South, and Spirit Square for the Arts. Sarah Gay

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