Things to do in Charlotte NC | Charlotte Art Weekly #13


Charlotte Art Weekly 13

The 17th largest city in the USA is not only housing an enormous populace but is also a home to many achievers and creators, who have made the city proud with their creations. Our purpose of featuring one such creator within each of our CAW is to ensure that the town’s living heritage is not concealed but remains completely intact by any means. The 13th edition of our Charlotte Art Weekly is all that you need to suffice your creative needs.

This weeks’ CAW is featuring photography, literature, music, culinary, visual art, performing art, theatricals and film screening events and is representing the image of academician Anna Forbes Liddell, who actively participated in the suffrage movement in NC. After completing her doctorate in philosophy Liddell became a professor of the same subject in Chowan College and then went to teach at Florida State College for Women and Florida State University while heading the Philosophy and Region department and founding the Southern Society of Philosophy and Psychology. The brave Charlottean’s research papers are archived at Florida State University

Things to do in Charlotte NC

Here are this week’s best of the happenings of Charlotte compiled by Creative Yatra


Apocalyptica– Plays Metallica By Four Cellos


Listen to the heavy metal rock music of the Finnish Metal Band Apocalyptica performing their debut album Plays Metallica By Four Cellos in your neighbourhood.

September 8, 2017

McGlohon Theater at Spirit Square

Entry With Tickets ($25)

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Will Hoge


Grammy nominated American Americana country music songster, songwriter, and musician Will Hoge comes to perform in Charlotte.

September 8, 2017

Visulite Theatre

Entry With Tickets ($25)

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Come and see the tempest grooves and moves of students of Northwest High School of the Arts and Central Academy of Technology and Arts. An initiative to support the local artists!

September 8 to September 9, 2017

Northwest School of the Arts

Entry With Tickets ($10)

For more information visit here


Festival of India


Celebrate Indianness in America with arts, culture, culinary and various other activities.

September 9 to September 10, 2017

Belk Theater

Entry With Tickets ($6-$7)

For more information visit here


Opening Night: Bronfman Plays Beethoven’s Emperor Concerto


Legendary pianist Yefim Bronfman joins hands with Charlotte Symphony to give the residents a musical treat.

September 12, 2017

Belk Theater

Entry With Tickets ($6-$7)


Art of Reading Tour: Pride & Prejudice


Discuss the classic tale of Pride & Prejudice in a not at all formal book club way. Guests can also have a look at the ceramic exhibition after the event.

September 13, 2017

Mint Museum Randolph

Free Entry


Modernism + Film: Picasso and Sima, Antibes 1946


An opportunity to see the artworks and experience the story of two artist friends Michel Sima and Pablo Picasso under a single roof.

September 14, 2017

Bechtler Museum of Modern Art at Levine Center for the Arts

Entry With Tickets ($5-$10)

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Tawba Walk Arts & Music Festival


Experience local visual art, crafts, music, culinary and celebration during a single festival.

September 16, 2017

Cornelius Town Hall & Lawn

Free Entry

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A load of things to do in Charlotte NC this week (8th to 14th September)

Illustration : Nilesh Ramani

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