Things to do in Charlotte NC : Charlotte Art Weekly #18

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The 18th Charlotte Art Weekly has commenced this week enlisting all the enriching events of the city within a single creative image. An image that not only represents story of a Charlottean creator but also unique happenings including subjects of art, culture, literature, photography, theatricals and music. When was the last time you attended a creative creation instead of going for just another movie? The CAW is not only helping to give ear and eyes to the local talent of the city but also providing the audience an opportunity to make the best use to their time, energy and money.

The 18th edition of CAW is dedicated to American singer, actor and television personality Tamara Faye LaValley Bakker Messner alias Tammy Messner. Born in Minnesota Tammy was associated with television while she moved to Charlotte along with her husband, where they started of with a puppet show in 60s and found The 700 Club television program on CBN successively with The PTL Club. She was part of a reality television show The Surreal Life and produced iconic music albums including Don’t Give Up!, Movin On to Victory and We’re Blest.

Things to do in Charlotte NC

This week’s best of the events in the cultural city of Charlotte:

 

Mint to Move Cultural Dance Night

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Celebrating the Latin American way of performing arts with Afro-Cuban, Latin-American and African dance music.

October 13, 2017

Mint Museum Uptown at Levine Center for the Arts

Entry with Tickets ($9-$12)

For more information visit here

 

The Legend of Buster Neal

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A serious theatrical experience on the life and chronicles of Buster Neal

Booth Playhouse

October 13 to 14, 2017

Entry with Tickets ($25-$35)

For more information visit here

 

Downtown Concord Guided Historic Walking Tour

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Author and historian Michael Eury takes its audience on a tour of Downtown Concord’s historic events.

October 14, 2017

Downtown Concord

Entry with Tickets ($10)

For more information visit here

 

27th Annual Latin American Festival

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A cultural event to connect locals with the culture of Latin America through food, arts, crafts and performances

October 14, 2017

Symphony Park at South Park Mall

Entry with Tickets ($10)

For more information visit here

 

Saturday Night Cine Club – The Pulitzer at 100

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Showcasing an independent documentary produced on the account of 100th anniversary of the prestigious Pulitzer Prize.

October 14, 2017

Theatre Charlotte

Entry with Tickets ($5-$10)

For more information visit here

 

 

Chuckleheads’ 10th Birthday Party & A Child’s Place Celebration

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A fundraising comedy musical and theatrical experience celebrating 10 years of Planet Improv.

October 14, 2017

Central Piedmont Community College

Entry with Tickets ($10-$15)

For more information visit here

 

Rally for River Indian Musical Concert

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Isha Foundation presents an Indian classical carnatic music concert featuring Sandeep Narayan

October 15, 2017

Halton Theater

Entry with Tickets ($15-$100)

 

Bibliofeast

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Celebrating literature through lip-smacking food and interaction with authors.

October 16, 2017

McDowell Arts Center (Maggiano’s Little Italy)

Entry with Tickets ($60)

For more information visit here

 

New Frequencies at McColl Center: Helado Negro

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One of a kind electronic music experience by musician Helado Negro.

October 21, 2017

McColl Center for Art + Innovation

Entry with Tickets ($10-$14)

 

A load of things to do in Charlotte NC this week (13th October to 19th October)

Illustration: Nilesh Ramani

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