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July 6, 2014 12:00 AM

Cultural Life Task Force missed an opportunity

The Cultural Life Task Force organized by the Arts & Science Council (ASC) a year ago to study the cultural sector and recommend ways to financially sustain the organizations that produce art, exhibit science and showcase history recently issued its recommendations. The study was needed and had the potential to set Charlotte-Mecklenburg, and eventually the surrounding region, on a positive course. That course would increase the number of audiences and donors and connect them directly with the music, dance, theater, art, science and history about which they could become passionate.

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