Arts & Culture
These murals tell the stories of Charlotte’s African American history in a unique and profound way.
Pooran and Zahava, wives and owners of POZA Salon, share what inspired them to pursue their dream of opening an inclusive, safe space for people to come as they are, and some of their favorite things about their Queen City.
Multi-disciplinary artist and creative Dammit Wesley uses his work and platform to provide context and commentary on the Black experience through the lens of pop culture.
Long time musician and Charlotte native Justin Fedor has always been one of the music scene’s most prominent and prolific artists. A solo performer in addition to a key member of Ancient Cities, New Familiars and Denim Denim, Fedor is a staple on stages all across Charlotte.
Discover art, history, science, racing and nature at the Queen City’s award-winning museums.
The Queen City is teeming with exceptional Black talent and game changers.
Art is often one of the best (and most creative) ways to add to your portfolio and the Queen City is home to several unique and vibrant galleries.
Giovy Buyers, owner of Southern Blossom Florist, talks about her love for flowers, community and the Queen City.
Joe Vogelbacher, co-founder of Sugar Creek Brewing, talks about the mission of bringing fresh, Belgian-inspired beers to the Carolinas and beyond.
Large and small, loud and subtle, Charlotte’s public art is reflective of the city’s vibrant, diverse culture
Want to take a deeper dive into Charlotte’s expansive history? There’s now an app for that.
Celia Wang, owner of Peachlady Crafts, shares how she got started creating and what she is most hopeful for in 2021.