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Adult Art Nite: Fingerpainting, Canvas Painting, Coloring, & More! BYOB & Food

Thursdays-Saturdays, 6-7:30, 8-9:30 & 10-11:30 p.m. Continues through March 31
phone 980-500-9149
fun@cityartroom.com

Join City Art Room for a night of art fun for adults! You are welcome to bring wine, beer, malt beverages, soft drinks, and food (no liquor). Food can also be delivered to the studio. Participants can choose from the following activities: 1. Paint on a 12"x12" or 11"x14" canvas with brushes 2. Color in premium adult coloring books 3. Finger paint on up to seven sheets of 11"x14" paper 4. Customize and paint 1" leather bracelet 5. Paint a wine or beer glass 17

http://cityartroom.com/public-events
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City Art Room (map)
2828 Queen City Drive, Unit B
Westside
phone 980-500-9149
Adult Art Nite: Fingerpainting, Canvas Painting, Coloring, & More! BYOB & Food

A Century of Helping Hands: 100th Anniversary of Mecklenburg Red Cross

Thursdays, Fridays, 10 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Continues through June 24
phone 704-708-4996
info@matthewsheritagemuseum.org

The Matthews Heritage Museum and the Western North Carolina Region of the American Red Cross are joining together to put on the exhibit “A Century of Helping Hands"in celebration of the 100th Anniversary of the American Red Cross in Mecklenburg County. The exhibit opens February 4 and will run to June 24, 2017. Many Red Cross chapters were founded in the US in 1917 as part of the effort to serve soldiers in World War I. Adults $4, 10 - 17 $2; under 10 free, Free first Saturday of the month

http://www.matthewsheritagemuseum.org
Matthews Heritage Museum (map)
232 N. Trade Street
Matthews
phone 704-708-4996
info@matthewsheritagemuseum.org
A Century of Helping Hands: 100th Anniversary of Mecklenburg Red Cross

Exhibition: The World is a Mirror of My Freedom

Tuesdays-Saturdays, 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Continues through March 25
phone 704-332-5535
abellmas@mccollcenter.org

The World is a Mirror of My Freedom was organized in response to the increasingly visible, lawful violence against Black bodies in the United States. Bringing together works from five of McColl Center’s current and alumni artists-in-residence, the exhibition explores themes of Black masculinity, social movement and mobility, revolution, and resistance. The exhibition drifts across time, from the 1700s to the future, inviting reflection on how the past has conditioned the present. The World is a Mirror of My Freedom features works by Marcus Kiser + Jason Woodberry, Shaun Leonardo, Dread Scott, and Charles Williams. FREE

http://mccollcenter.org/events/the-world-is-a-mirror-of-my-freedom/169
McColl Center for Art + Innovation (map)
721 N. Tryon St.
Uptown
phone 704-332-5535
Exhibition: The World is a Mirror of My Freedom

First Peoples: Catawba and Cherokee Nations

Tuesdays-Saturdays, 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Continues through May 20
phone 704-739-1019
director@kingsmountainmuseum.org
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This original exhibit features archaeological and historical collections on loan from the Schiele Museum of Natural History, the Inn of the Patriots, and several private collectors. The display includes stone and bone tools, ceramics, basketry, weaponry, and other artifacts that provide insight into how Native Americans utilized natural resources to meet their needs for millennia prior to European contact, and how the clash of the Old World with the New forever changed local Native American cultures. ADMISSION IS FREE! FREE

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Kings Mountain Historical Museum (map)
100 East Mountain St.
Gastonia
phone director@kingsmountainmuseum.org
director@kingsmountainmuseum.org
First Peoples: Catawba and Cherokee Nations

Surface

Tuesdays-Saturdays, 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Continues through March 25
phone 704-334-4616
info@larkandkey.com

Lark & Key presents ‘SURFACE’ on view Feb 3rd through March 31st. The exhibition explores the concept of surface - above, below and within. Encaustic and mixed media artwork by Janet Eskridge, Bridgette Guerzon Mills and guest Robin Luciano Beaty. Ceramics by Jim Connell and jewelry from Alice Scott.

http://www.larkandkey.com
Lark & Key Gallery and Boutique (map)
128 E. Park Ave., Suite B
South End
phone 704-334-4616
Surface

Opening Reception: A Solo Exhibition by Denny Gerwin

Mondays-Sundays, 10 a.m.-8 p.m. Continues through April 20

This exhibition is sponsored by The Arts at Queens. Opening Reception: Thursday, March 16 5-7 p.m. Exhibition: Saturday, March 4-Thursday, April 20 Weekdays 10 a.m.- 8 p.m.; weekends 10 a.m.- 4 p.m. In this exhibition "New Questions: A Body of Work," Queens Art faculty Denny Gerwin presents a progression of new artworks alongside a few preceding works. free

Queens University - Watkins Gallery (map)
1900 Selwyn Ave.
Myers Park
phone 704-337-2200
Opening Reception: A Solo Exhibition by Denny Gerwin

HackathonCLT

Fri., March 24, 5 p.m.

It’s being billed as the ultimate Charlotte geek fest, but we’re not here to call names. The 5th annual Hackathon will be at Discovery Place Science in Uptown. The real magic will take place in the early morning hours, but museum visitors can cheer on participants the next morning as they wrap up an overnight coding marathon, aimed at solving a business problem for a local nonprofit. Spectating free with admission.

Discovery Place (map)
301 N. Tryon St.
Uptown
phone 704-372-6261

The Lox, Uncle Murda

Fri., March 24, 7 p.m.

From The Bomb Squad to The Warlocks to The LOX to D-Block and back to The LOX again, this trio has had things on lock from the jump no matter what they were calling themselves. They were perhaps at their hottest as The LOX, however, when the entire DMX-led Ruff Ryders team was at its prime, so their return to Charlotte under that moniker is only right. Come see the greatest group to ever come out of Yonkers on their Filthy America... It’s Beautiful Tour. $25

The Fillmore Charlotte (map)
820 Hamilton St.
Uptown
phone 704-916-8970
The Lox, Uncle Murda

Matthew Silver, Sticky Bandits, Asbestos Boys

Fri., March 24, 8 p.m.

In the tradition of village idiots and Ken Kesey’s Merry Pranksters, street performer and viral video star Matthew Silver confounds public expectations by acting like a lunatic. He’s the weird bearded guy who runs around in his underwear banging a drum and yelling, “Love is the answer,” and “Stop buying stuff.” By tweaking taboos, Silver parodies excessive seriousness. His mission is to breach people’s armor and open a portal for imagination. Maybe he’s not that crazy after all. $8

The Station (map)
2131 Central Ave
Plaza Midwood Matthew Silver, Sticky Bandits, Asbestos Boys
The Evening Muse (map)
3227 N Davidson St.
General Charlotte Area
phone 704-376-3737

Carnage

Fri., March 24
Label (map)
900 NC Music Factory Blvd.
Uptown
Milestone (map)
3400 Tuckaseegee Road
FreeMore West
phone 704-398-4072

Charlotte Symphony: Dvorak

Fri., March 24 and Sat., March 25
Belk Theater (map)
130 N. Tryon St.
Uptown
phone 704-372-1000

Craig Veltri

Fri., March 24
Tin Roof (map)
210 East Trade St., Suite 286
Uptown
phone 704-910-1330
infocharlotte@tinroofbars.com
Puckett's Farm Equipment (map)
2740 W. Sugar Creek Road
University
phone 704-597-8230
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