Brightwalk’s relationship with the McColl Center for Visual Art continues to grow. With more public art instillations in the works through McColl’s Environmental Artist in Residency program, Audrey Singer was recently hired to coordinate and assist with the community responsibilities. Audrey is a native Charlottean who cares deeply for her hometown. After graduating UNC-Chapel Hill with a bachelors in Environmental Studies and a Minor in Marine Science, she worked at two science museums making the science behind environmental science accessible to all. She has always been fascinated with the intersection of art and science and is thrilled to be working with the Environmental Program at McColl Center for Visual Art. The innovation, vitality, and sensitivity that artists bring is constantly inspiring. She cannot wait to see the Art & Ecology Campus at Brightwalk flourish and promote science and art talent within the Statesville Avenue communities.