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Inside Charlotte Arts
Please consider the people, not the buildings and land, this exhibition asks viewers

“Step Show.” Van Anthony (in background) and his daughter China – shown here in front of their apartment – are in several photographs in the exhibition. Says Jacobs: “Anytime I was out there, he was with his daughter. They spend all of their time together.” Anthony helped Jacobs navigate Brookhill, he says, and, after asking Anthony’s permission, Jacobs had a birthday party for China (who’d recently turned 1) at the exhibition opening. “Everybody sang to her ... a thousand people.”
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