Team CY is devastated to know about the peace shattering 47th homicide of this year occurred at a local bar this Saturday in Charlotte City. We pay homage through this week’s Charlotte Art Weekly to all the victims and families who have lost a piece of love in the course of this heinous act.
The motivation for the third edition of Charlotte Art Weekly is none other than the city born R&B songster Nappy Brown. A blazing singer and musician born in 1929, he is reminisced for using exceptional onomatopoeia quality lyrics within his records. Originally named as Napoleon Brown Goodson Culp, brown’s influence in the genres of R&B, Blues and Soul music was so exceptional, that even Elvis Presley made certain to visit his performance whenever he performed at Memphis, Tennessee. His tracks like Don’t Be Angry, Little by Little, Night Time Is The Right Time, were considered Billboard Chart toppers in the 50s and had received numerous accolades for his flawless musical style including a mention in the Blues Hall of Fame.
To keep the spirit going at this moment here is the CAW list of recommended happenings for this week at Charlotte:
A One of a kind musical performance with composers Daniel Fawcett, Maya Johnson, Elizabeth Kowalski, Michael Mills, Colin Payne, Kris Peysen, Nathan Scalise, Yu Shi.
June 5, 2017
Rowe Recital Hall, Charlotte, NC
With Tickets ($5 – $8)
An all-female ensemble performing spontaneous humour. Featuring the brightest comedians of Charlotte
July 1, 2017
North College St. & 5th St., Charlotte, NC
With Tickets ($10)
A Broadway musical based on Alison Benchdel’s best-selling graphic memoir. See as Alison recalls her childhood secrets, explores herself belonging to three different age groups and watches her parent with the adult grown-up eyes.
June 27, 2017, to July 3, 2017
Knight Theater at Levine Center for the Arts, Charlotte, NC
With Tickets ($25 – $110)
An evening with food and music. Musical Performance by songstress Gena Chambers featuring VKC Band.
July 2, 2017
Riverview Raw Bar & Chill, Charlotte, NC
With Tickets ($5)
An arena for children to revitalise with the dose of music while entangling friendship strings with fellow superhero children during the camps.
July 3, 2017, to July 7, 2017
Charlotte Academy of Music, Charlotte, NC
With Tickets ($185)
Remembering, the braves of the American on the Independence Day of United States through a neutralisation ceremony, flag hoisting event and a presentation by Betsy Ross on the Legend of the First Flag. The day will be prolonged with a guided tour of Hezekiah Alexander Home Site, Crafts and a forager hunt.
July 4, 2017
Charlotte Museum of History & Hezekiah Alexander Homesite, Charlotte, NC
With Tickets ($5)
Sip, Snack and spread your creative ideas through strokes on pre-drawn canvases.
July 5, 2017
244 East Black Street, Charlotte, NC
With Tickets ($25)
A night to remember for the fans of Jersey Boys. Know the story behind the formation of the greatest band!
July 5, 2017, to July 9, 2017
Belk Theater, Charlotte, NC
With Tickets ($25 – $110)
An art show to experience the aesthetics of internationally acclaimed artist, Jonay di Ragno, and an opportunity to network with the local artists of Charlotte visiting during the exhibition.
July 6, 2017
Magnolia Emporium, Charlotte, NC
Celebrating the centennial year of the US Army establishment of Camp Greene in Charlotte and Mecklenburg County founded in 1917.
July 15, 2017 – July 16, 2017
The Historic Dowd House, Charlotte, NC
A load of things to do in charlotte nc this week (30th June to 6th July)
Nov 1, 2017
We rendezvous with one of the foremost creative families in the city to find out what inspires a father and his sons to pursue their distinctive art and design. Mr Amit Ambalal, the patriarch of the renowned Ambalal family, is…
Jun 24, 2016
The street Fernandes Bridge connects readers with writers, students with publishers and curious beings with the age-old answers they’re looking for. The Chopda Bazaar of Fernandes Bridge is one of the oldest Book Markets in Ahmedabad that serves thousands of people…
Dec 5, 2017
Veteran press personality Mrinal Pande discusses why newspapers are destined to perish at the hand of ePapers, lending insight into the challenges faced by today’s media. A person of bold beliefs can be instantly recognised by her speech and expressions.…
Jul 19, 2018
Graduate students of NID, Ahmedabad, have made 14 chairs inspired from India’s states –the boats of Kashmir, the tigers of Kaziranga, the architecture of Rajasthan, and more. ‘Come Sit’ at this exhibition at NID, until July 22. Pravinsinh Solanki with…