Explore and/or buy local art from more than 60 artists who will be showcasing during the All Arts Market. Free to attend.http://www.nodarioty.org
"Local Art + Holiday Season = Charlotte’s Best Unique Gifts" http://nodarioty.org December 6th 6pm – 11pm December 7th 11am – 5pm Neighborhood Theatre (511 E. 36th St. 28205) Free Admission www.facebook.com/events/578596022176396 Freehttp://www.facebook.com/events/578596022176396
70 local artists will be selling original art work. Socialize with artists and fellow art lovers while enjoying a drink at the Neighborhood Theater Bar. Free
The exhibit features works by Walter Arnold, an artist who is frequently inspired by abandoned buildings, vehicles, penitentiaries and closed businesses.
This group show will feature new works by a collection of 30 artists.
The exhibit will feature small works by Charlotte Artery artists and guests.
The exhibit is a celebration of textures and moods in monotone. Opening reception on Dec. 6, from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m.
OSIRIS RAIN WILL BE PRESENTING A PUBLIC DEMONSTRATION AND DISCUSSION FOCUSING ON PAINTING THE PORTRAIT IN OIL. HE WILL ALSO DISCUSS THE MATERIALS, TECHNIQUE AND PROCESSES THAT HE EMPLOYS IN HIS WORK. THIS DEMONSTRATION WILL BE A VALUABLE INTRODUCTORY PRIMER FOR STUDENTS OF ALL SKILL LEVELS. $40
THE Pottery Central ANNUAL HOLIDAY KILN OPENING AND PARTY!!! ALL INVITED AND FREE! Please join us for the Pottery Central holiday festivities. This year we are incorporating a kiln opening, raku demonstration, live music, silent auction, refreshments, and a student sale. Here is a break down of the event: +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ Saturday, December 7th 6:30PM until 11:00PM 6:30 Refreshments available & silent auction 7:00 Acoustic music 7:45 Kiln Opening 9:00 Raku Demonstration +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ Sunday, December 8th 10:00AM until 3:00PM 10:00 Coffee & Doughnuts!!! Student Sale starts & Silent Auction continues. 3:00 Student Sale & Silent Auction ends. ABSOLUTELY FREE
Graduating art education students present their own work alongside of work by the K-12 students they have been teaching. Opening reception on Dec. 7, 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. Held in Rowe Galleries.
An evening of Jazz Age fun at the Mint with 1920's tunes inspired by the streamlined forms and bold designs of the Art Deco period in Inventing the Modern World: Decorative Arts at the World's Fairs 1851-1939. Free
Just because you can doesn’t mean you should create. This is a lesson well-learned in flicks like Frankenstein and The Terminator. In both films, disaster strikes — a mad scientist stitches together a lumbering monster and artificially intelligent machines attempt to destroy the human race — all due to man’s longing to create. Luckily, the latest mechanical pieces assembled by folks at Davidson College are far less threatening. Even better, the works are a parody of Norman White’s “Helpless Robot,” which was incapable of movement. Parodic Machines will feature works by artists Nick Bontrager, David Bowen, Matt Kenyon, Hye Yeon Nam and Fernando Orellana, while Desiring Machines will feature works by Paula Gaetano Adi, curator for Parodic Machines and longtime creator of robotic artwork. Reception on Oct. 24, 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Parodic Machines is held in Van Every Gallery. Desiring Machines is held in Smith Gallery.
Join us for a great night of art at Studio K. Fall into Winter is a unique exhibit that highlights the work of seven local fine artists- Raymond Grubb. Teresa Hollmeyer. Rebecca Jones. Terry Shipley. Karen Thoune. Tom Thoune & Kate Vasseur. The reception also features selected paintings from art student studies created at Studio K. The reception will be Friday, December 13th from 6:00pm to 9:00pm at 2024 east 7th street charlotte, NC 28205. Enjoy beautiful ceramics, mosaics, painitngs, encaustics, photography & ink drawings. Free
The exhibit features a selection of works by gallery artists.
The exhibit features works by Paula Gaetano Adi. Opening reception on Oct. 24, from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Held in the Smith Gallery.