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Art at Hub South End

Hub South End was built with the intention to be connected to the local community and to provide a space where people could reenergize and find inspiration. The inclusion of 29 original works of art and an Artist in Residence program serve as catalysts for those intentions. The collection inside was sourced by Art House Charlotte. Those works can be viewed during business hours and the three exterior public arts are accessible at all hours.

Artist in Residence

Live rent free in exchange for artistic services that engage the residents of Hub South End and the South End community. Accepting applications through September 3. - LEARN MORE HERE

South End Porch

By Laura Tate and Sharon Dowell

A collaborative mural that was inspired by Cline Design Associate’s interior design with fig trees atop the geometric tile pattern found throughout Hub South End. The mural hopes to provide an opportunity for people to pause in this busy world. #SouthEndPorch

Intertwined

By Sharon Dowell

A paint and metal sculptural mural by Sharon Dowell captures the multi-faceted, vibrant energy of the South End residents with nods to the intertwining of nature & man. #IntertwinedMural

The Hive by Grace Stott

Ram Realty Advisors commissioned this 95 square foot mosaic to thank the individuals that worked to create Hub South End. Grace’s creative process included drawing, sculpting, painting, and installing ceramic illustrations of Charlotte landmarks and the people that contributed to the development of this space. 

What began as a thank you to the hard-working individuals of Hub South End grew to become Grace’s love letter to Charlotte. The Hive invites all to interact with each image individually and collectively. May the mosaic serve as a reminder that we all contribute to the greater good of our City. Individuals make great places. #HiveCLT 

Download a coloring book, complete with a legend to find your favorite people and landmarks.

The Hive

By Grace Stott

Ram Realty Advisors commissioned this 95 square foot mosaic to thank the individuals that worked to create Hub South End. Grace’s creative process included drawing, sculpting, painting, and installing ceramic illustrations of Charlotte landmarks and the people that contributed to the development of this space.