Arts & Culture
The Charlotte International Arts Festival, a celebration of discovery, play and creativity, will bring more than 200 attractions to the Queen City from September 16 to October 2. The inaugural festival features performing arts and large-scale interactive art installations, most of which are free. Here are a few highlights of events from Ballantyne to Uptown.
Charlotte SHOUT!, Charlotte’s multi-week festival of art, music, food and ideas, returns to the Queen City April 1-17. With more than 200 events, you’re going to want to start planning out your calendar now. Here are a few highlights to help you feel inspired to explore the diversity, culture and creativity of this marquee Queen City event.
History, culture, and honoring pioneers are all part of celebrating Black History Month. Here are some ways you can get involved and celebrate locally in Charlotte.
Along with the Hola Charlotte Festival, the largest Hispanic Heritage celebration in Charlotte, there are a variety of ways to celebrate and show your support for the Hispanic community in Charlotte.
Lunar New Year is the biggest celebration of the year for many Asian countries.
Charlotte has fast become an international city, boasting residents who represent a vast array of cultures from around the world. With the holiday season underway, a few influential Charlotte tastemakers have shared their own traditional meals and celebrations that remind them of home and have become family staples over the years.
Charlotte brands team up during COVID-19.
The COVID-19 crisis has drastically changed the lives of artists and performers who make a living at live shows, galleries and festivals. But even with social distancing in place, you can still show your support for your favorite local creator.
As we continue to practice social distancing, music venues and artists in the community are losing their livelihood. Here’s how you can support them while at home, from livestreams to social media to purchasing merchandise.