The ballet of light and reflections that swirl in the space is matched only by the glint in Gorelick's eyes when he discusses his project of sharing his art collection with the public through an innovative initiative and exhibition with Central Piedmont Community College.
Gorelick came up with the idea of sharing works with the public after CPCC President Tony Zeiss visited his office. "Art is inspiring and impactful," said Gorelick. "It offers something to everyone, and it should be barrier-free."
Jordan Fleming said it was tough rising at 6 a.m. on Monday when he didn't have to attend class.
But by the afternoon, he was so glad he didn't miss any of the day.
He ended his Martin Luther King Jr. holiday with a new group of friends bonding with classmates as they cooked baked spaghetti with chicken, biscuits and cookies at Hospitality House of Charlotte.
Fall Semester 2013 saw CPCC's enrollment rise to 20, 454 students! Your generosity and support made a difference for these students. Your donations provided new classrooms, new and remodeled buildings, program support and scholarship assistance. You helped CPCC students working to change their lives through education. On behalf of our students- THANK YOU!
As always, your gifts are appreciated and benefit our current and future students. May this new year continue to bring wonderful experiences for CPCC students.
Congratulations to Dr. Maha Gingrich, assistant to the public information officer at CPCC, and CPCC Alumna.
She has been named a 2014 Women of Distinction Award recipient for her Significant Achievement in Community Building/Social Capital by the Girl Scouts, Hornets' Nest Council.
The award recognizes individuals who have been involved in philanthropic and community service activities throughout the community, and demonstrate an ability to build social capital, connectivity and trust among communities.
Dr. Gingrich will receive her award during a special ceremony on April 10.
Congratulations, Maha on this achievement!