Things to do in Charlotte NC | Charlotte Art Weekly #4

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With the excelling humidity in the atmosphere the only cool thing that can be grabbed in the city to smoothen the life course are the creative happenings. With the fourth edition of Charlotte Art Weekly (CAW 4) we present you a list of innovative and enriching happenings curated in a city roofed under pitch-dark clouds loaded with water.

The inspiration for the CAW 4 is the Jewish-American author and newspaper publisher Harry Golden. Born in Ukraine, Golden moved to Charlotte in 1941 as a news reporter for the Charlotte Observer and Charlotte Labour Journal. He was a socialist and often wrote on the topic of bigotry and racial segregation in a comic form. He has written several books, magazines and published articles and his ideologies are still referred as Harry Golden Phenomenon, which was mentioned in Harry Golden and the American Audience magazine in 1961.

Things to do in Charlotte NC

The events that every Charlottean should look forward to are:

Abstractions: Fine Art Exhibit Opening

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A concert of abstract art full of colourful strokes, shapes and figurative compositions. An event to taste art, accompanying with firsthand artists and lip smacking food.

July 7, 2017

128-C East Park Avenue, Charlotte, NC

Free Entry


Into Darkness: The Mooresville Ghost Tour

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A horror night tour with minimal light and maximum fun, accompanied with a humorist!

July 7, 2017, to July 29 2017

Citizens Center, Charlotte, NC

Entry with Tickets ($15)


Modern Geometric Watercolor

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Learn the right way to enhance creativity using colours and geometrical figures. Materials will be provided.

July 8, 2017

7th Street Public Market, Charlotte, NC

Entry with Tickets ($45)


DIY Acrylic Flow Canvas Workshop

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This workshop is for anyone above the age of 12 who is interested in art. The painter will be given a 28×8 canvas and colours of their choices to draw their artworks.

July 8, 2017

1636 Ebenezer Road, Charlotte, NC

Entry with Tickets ($20)


Sir Sly

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A musical concert of Sir Sly band consisting musician Jacob, Suwito and Coplen. The band will release its debut album this year on Interscope Records.

July 9, 2017

Visulite Theatre, Charlotte, NC

Entry with Tickets ($14-$18)


Harry Potter Music & Art Camp

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For all the Potterheads of Charlotte, the art and music camp on the Harry Potter theme is back.

July 10, 2017, to July 14, 2017

Charlotte Academy of Music, Charlotte, NC

Entry with Tickets ($275)


Arts and Sciences Summer Camp for Lancaster County

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An opportunity for elementary kids to do cool experiments while indulging in artistic activities.

July 10, 2017, to July 14, 2017

201 West Gay Street Lancaster, Charlotte, NC

Entry with Tickets ($65-$80)



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Top Yoga teachers in Charlotte will help the participants engage in a yoga session blending with electronic music.

July 11, 2017

200 East Bland Street, Charlotte, NC

Entry with Tickets ($7)


Summer Wooden Cut Outs

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A wooden cut out workshop! Find watermelons, flip fops, crabs seahorses and other summer-themed wooden cut outs under one roof.

July 11, 2017

200 East Bland Street, Charlotte, NC

Entry with Tickets ($7)


Paula Poundstone

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An impromptu comic performance by stand-up comedian Paula Poundstone.

July 21, 2017

Knight Theater at Levine Center for the Arts, Charlotte, NC

Entry with Tickets ($20)


A load of things to do in Charlotte nc this week (7th July to 13th July)


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