Things To Do In Charlotte NC : Charlotte Art Weekly #22

The 22nd Charlotte Art Weekly is Here to Guide you With Best of the Events in the City

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Our heart cries when we see people facing atrocities across various geographies, and today we pray for the victims of Texas Church Shooting. A massacre that has left more than 26 people dead and thousands of families shaken and devastated with the effect of these hideous activities. But, even when the world is getting uglier every day, we will not stop celebrating creativity. Because the people who are willing to create a devastated structure around our neighbourhood aren’t taking a day off, then why should we? So this week we bring you an array of creative events from fields of visual art, literature, photography, theatrical, and comedy through our 22nd Charlotte Art Weekly.

This week’s CAW is being kicked off with the inspirational life of Caleb Bradham, an American pharmacist who is renowned for inventing the soda pop drink Pepsi. Born in Chinquapin, NC Bradham invented the recipe of Pepsi Cola, which was initially named as Brad’s Drink, at his own pharmaceutical company called Bradham Drug Company. While running his company, he was a chief part in various banks, financial institutions and even in governance but the company soon declared bankruptcy after the sugar price augmented during the World War I. We remember him for the legacy of pop drink that created a pop culture.

Things to do in Charlotte NC

Facing Our Truth

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Ten minutes theatrical series written by acclaimed writers and recitalists

November 8 to 12, 2017

Davidson College Department of Theatre

With Tickets (Maximum $2)

For more information visit here

 

Blue Dogs w/ Aaron Burdett

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Musical performance by Blue Dogs with Aaron Burdett and band

November 10, 2017

Visulite Theatre

With Tickets ($15-$20)

For more information visit here

 

Open Mic Night

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Test your skills of poetry, music and perform at the open mic platform

November 10, 2017

McGlohon Theatre

Open For All

 

Cups in Common

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Cup on arts, come and pick up your design at the exhibition

November 11, 2017

Clayworks, Inc.

Open For All

For more information visit here

 

Simply Three

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High octane performances by musicians Glen McDaniel, Nick Villalobos, and Zack Clark

November 11, 2017

McGlohon Theatre

With Tickets ($25)

 

Celebrating Veterans Day with Historical Artist Dan Nance

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Experience the bygone era visually with historical art of Dan Nance on Veterans Day

November 12, 2017

The Duke Mansion

Open For All

For more information visit here

 

Personally Speaking: Thomas Wolfe and Lost Children in Southern Literature

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Discussion on classic novelist Thomas Wolfe’s Lost Children (1937) and how it is relevant with contemporary novels.

November 14, 2017

UNC Charlotte Centre City

Open For All

For more information visit here

 

An Evening with Layton Green

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Talking about Layton Green’s latest work Written In Blood, a thriller novel.

November 15, 2017

Park Road Books

Open For All

For more information visit here

 

Bechtler By Night: Fall in Love with Art

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A night of entertainment and visual art: Explore the museum galleries every Friday.

November 16, 2017

Bechtler Museum of Modern Art

Open For All

For more information visit here

 

Life As We Know It: Six Comedies About Modern Day Madness

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An Elaine Alexander satire on the modern day life and problems of the First World geographies

November 17 to 18, 2017

C3 Lab

With Tickets ($20)

For more information visit here

 

A load of things to do in Charlotte NC this week (10th November to 16th November)

Illustration: Nilesh Ramani

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