Things to do in Charlotte NC : Charlotte Art Weekly #17


17 th Charlotte Art Weekly – Your Guide to Creativity

The Charlotte Art Weekly is receiving a very warm response from the locals of the city, who were always eager to consume the right creative content which previously wasn’t able to reach them at the same time. Hundreds of people are receiving this weekly calendar on their screens today and if you want it on your device too, send us a ‘Hi’ at 7228027228. The 17th edition of Charlotte Art Weekly consists everything to quench the thirst of a creative soul. Choose the most suitable content and note it on your bucket list of the week.


The 17th Charlotte Art Weekly has taken inspiration from Louis Asbury the famous North American architect, who was considered to be the first professionally trained architect in NC who was born and even practised in the state. Many of his monuments have been mentioned in the National Register of Historic Places, which includes 112 Tryon Plaza, National Bank of Charlotte, Lenoir Grammar School and various others. His designs were dynamic during his era, and he had a proficiency in Colonial Revival, Tudor Revival, and Neoclassical Revival modes. His edifices have been honoured at various instances, and Asbury is a great architecture figure in the history of Charlotte, NC.


Things to do in Charlotte NC

Events This Week:


K(NO)W Justice, K(NO)W Peace


Exhibition of documentary portraits clicked by Charlotte’s Alvin Jacobs showcasing the sufferings of friends and family after their loved ones died by the hands of Police.

October 2 to 22, 2017

Levine Museum of the New South

Entry With Tickets ($8)


The Revolutionists


A comedy theatrical based on the women who lived in France, during the French Revolution.

October 5 to 22, 2017

Goodyear Arts

Entry With Tickets ($20)

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Sean Caulfield: Air Bleeder


An artistic representation by Sean Caulfield on how our environment has been affected by the rapid urban and industrial growth.

October 2 to 20, 2017

Rowe Arts at UNC Charlotte

Free Entry


American Idiot


A two-time Tony Award-winning musical theatre experience.

September 27 to October 14, 2017

Hadley Theater at Queens University

Entry With Tickets ($25-$50)

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6th Annual Literary Festival of Charlotte


Get involved in literature and feel the love of reading during the three-day long annual Literature Festival of Charlotte.

Little Rock Cultural Center

October 7, 2017

Free Entry

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Many Rivers: The Roots of Jazz


Know the original American jazz movement at the concert where genres including the ragtime, Gospel, vaudeville, and the blues will be played.

October 8, 2017

Queens University of Charlotte – Dana Auditorium

Free Entry

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An Evening with the Jerry Douglas Band


Hear the 14 time Grammy Award winning guitar Jerry Douglas playing his tunes.

October 10, 2017

McGlohon Theatre

With Ticket ($28)


Charlotte Symphony Orchestra performs Mill Village


A musical night with David Crowe’s original work, “Mill Village” dedicating to the men and women mill workers.

October 11, 2017

Gettys Art Center

With Tickets

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Vita and The Woolf


Critically acclaimed romantic drama on the love relationship between novelist Vita Sackville-West and Virginia Woolf.

October 12, 2017

Visulite Theatre

With Tickets ($10)

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42nd Annual UNC Charlotte International Festival


Explore people, cultures and places through art, craft, food, music, dance, games and various other aspects.

October 14, 2017

Barnhardt Student Activity Center @ UNC Charlotte

Free Entry

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A load of things to do in Charlotte NC this week (6th October to 12th October)

Illustration: Nilesh Ramani

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