Things to do in Charlotte NC : Charlotte Art Weekly #16

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Know People, Places and Creativity of Your City With The 16th edition of Charlotte Art Weekly

The Charlotteans are in talks again because of their thoughts, creations and willingness to bring change in the society through creativity. This week there are events that any citizen should not at all miss to inculcate within their milieu. Art exhibitions, musical nights, theatricals, thoughtful discussions and movie screenings are just a few elements of various creative gatherings organised by citizens. These right brain provoking doses are stimulants for your left brain activities too, so attend these events and help yourself in feeling more productive at your work and life.

Our CAW 16 is dedicated to American author David Kuo who was also the special assistant to former US President George Bush. Born in the New York city Kuo drafted many books including dot.bomb: My Days and Nights at an Internet Goliath and Tempting Faith. He has appeared on numerous TV show and has written articles that appeared in the The New York Times, Los Angeles Times, The Washington Post, and Time. A graduate of the Tufts University, Kuo joined politics as a speechwriter but later retired and spent rest of his life doing philanthropic activities under the banner of The American Compass.

 

Things to do in Charlotte NC

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

 

Charlotte Ballet Lecture Demonstration

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Watch and learn the classic ballet performance by professional ballet dancers following with a Q&A session with the participants.

September 29, 2017

Sugaw Creek Recreation Center

Open For All

For more information visit here

 

The Third Root

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Know your Afro-Latino side through grooves and music representing geographies of Peru and Cuba.

September 30, 2017

Charlotte Mecklenburg Library – Independence Regional Branch

Open For All

 

ArtWalk & JazzFest

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The 32-year-old great jazz festivity is here to buzz your music as well as artistic buds again.

September 30, 2017

Matthews Chamber of Commerce

Open for all

For more information visit here

 

The Complete Woman Conference “Broken but Not Bound”

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Grow yourself! Participate in a gathering with inspiring discussion, recreational activities and praise dancers.

September 30, 2017

Acopian Hall

Entry With Tickets ($7)

For more information visit here

 

The Musical World of Harry Potter

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Enter the magical world of music with a Harry Potter concert. Including tunes from its first three feature films.

September 30, 2017

Knight Theater at Levine Centre for the Arts

Entry With Tickets ($14)

 

Finding Neverland

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Winner of the Broadway’s Audience Choice Award musical is here to tell you the story of Peter Pan.

October 3 to 8, 2017

Belk Theater

Entry With Tickets

For more information visit here

 

Taste of the World 2017

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The 15th edition of the food festival is here to tickle your taste buds with cuisines from all across the world.

October 4, 2017

Charlotte Museum of History

Entry With Tickets ($49)

For more information visit here

 

The Revolutionists

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A comedy theatrical about a woman from the times of the French Revolution.

October 5 to 22, 2017

Goodyear Arts

Entry with Tickets ($20)

For more information visit here

 

Rodrigo Guitar Concerto

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A Latin American dance performance with music by composer Joaquin Rodrigo in fusion with classic guitarist Concierto de Aranjuez.

October 6 to7, 2017

Knight Theater at Levine Center for the Arts

Entry with Tickets ($19)

For more information visit here

 

A load of things to do in Charlotte NC this week (29th September to 5th October)

Illustration : Nilesh Ramani

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