SOME WALLS CREATE BRIDGES
When we decided to partner with MAP we had the opportunity to rethink/reboot our mission. Our new location at RAMP South studios is the result. We never would have been able to take this step if it weren't for our community and patrons. REVOLVE at Cotton Mill Studios thrived because of the initial seed money of Art Gary and Bernard Welt and my late grandmother, Laura Jean Caldwell. A generous contribution by Pati Tracey in memory of George Tracey helped support vital programming in our second year. Many generous contributions via fundraisers and events helped pay for artists and our programs. Our growing partnership with Tom Ashcraft and the WCU grad program provided stability. But most importantly none of this would matter if the community + our family didn't nurture us and support our events. One example of this is super supporter Angelique Brickner. She has bought a ticket to every event we've offered for over two years (even if she can't attend).
REVOLVE + MAP wouldn't have the exciting future ahead if it weren't for Denise Carbonell & Derek Dominy. Their unwavering support while at Cotton Mill helped launch us forward. Their generous donation to reboot REVOLVE + MAP situated us into our new space at RAMP.
Join us as we nurture old and new dialogues in our community and beyond.
RAMP SOUTH Studios
821 Riverside Dr. #179+