Things To Do In Charlotte NC : Charlotte Art Weekly #32


Beat the Chilly Breeze through attending the Events mentioned in the 32nd Charlotte Art Weekly

The snowy cityscape of Charlotte is expected to be colder in coming times, but warm-hearted citizens like you who always want to consume the hottest happenings of the city on their newsfeed through Charlotte Art Weekly makes this cold breeze bearable. The 32nd edition of CAW has everything to quench your thirst for creativity and enrichment. We are featuring beguiling performing arts gatherings, thought-provoking theatricals, soulful musical concerts, mindful visual art exhibitions, enticing yoga socials, exceptional film screenings and eventful talk shows. If you are a creator and want to get your event featured on this list, please send us the details through the User’s Corner on our website, and if you want to get the regular CAW digital copy on your phones, please drop us a ‘Hi’ on 7016718614

This week’s American inspiration is none other than bass singer George Younce, who is famous for his performances in the Christian music genre of Southern gospel quartets, particularly with The Cathedrals. The spiritually inclined musician recorded his first three solo albums in 1998 and also received the Dove Award for his musical contribution. With more than 100 projects in his discography, his album Symphony of Praise and Yesterday were critically acclaimed on various stages. The favourite bass singer has been featured in the GMA and SGMA Hall of Fame also for his authored songs.


This Week’s Best Events in Charlotte


Doubt: A Parable


A stirring theatrical which was converted into a Pulitzer and Tony award-winning film in 2005. The story is about a priest who has been accused of child molestation by a nun.

January 18 to 27, 2018

Lee Street Theatre

With tickets ($15 onwards)


Science on the Rocks: Wizarding World


A call to all the Potter Heads in Charlotte to experience the world of Harry Potter through Potter themed food, costumes, exhibitions and games.

January 19, 2018

Discovery Place Science

With tickets ($10)


Mozart Magic Flute


Listen to the great melodies of Mozart as the Symphony No 65 and Symphony No 45 are paired with the flute. A discussion by performers will lead the concert.

January 19 to 20, 2018

Knight Theater at Levine Center for the Arts

With tickets ($27-$122)


The Imaginators


A theatre for children, where young kids understand the meaning of relationship and friendship through fantastic imaginations.

January 19 to 27, 2018

Wells Fargo Playhouse

With tickets ($12)


Live Portrait Demo with Bryan Wilson


A live painting session with artist Bryan Wilson, who will then express views on his art methodology and  technique

January 20, 2018

Coffey and Thompson Art Gallery, Frame & Designs

Open to all


Body Language: Ayurveda for the Winter


Yoga teacher Allison Modafferi explains the benefits of Ayurveda and teaches participants yoga techniques to lead a life with wellbeing

January 20, 2018

Be Yoga Charlotte

With tickets ($21-$30)


An Evening with John Hechinger


A literature event where wordsmith John Hechinger will be talking about his all-new book True Gentlemen: Broken Pledge of America’s Fraternities

January 22, 2018

Park Road Books

Open to all


Mint Curator Tour: Charlotte Collects


A museum tour by curator Annie Carlano to talk about the history of fashion and the collectors’ careers.

January 24, 2018

Mint Museum Randolph

Open to all


Back Alley Film Series – A Bad Idea Gone Wrong


A thrilling theatrical based on the chilling idea of a heist.

January 25, 2018

C3 Lab

With tickets ($5-$10)


Taj Mahal


Listen to the fusion of blues collaborating with exotic sounds of Caribbean, Africa and South Pacific by the two times Grammy Award-winning musician Taj Mahal

January 26, 2018

Blumenthal Performing Arts

With tickets ($25)


A load of things to do in Charlotte NC this week (19th January to 25th January)

Illustration: Nilesh Ramani

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