Event Description Join us for a fun evening of fingerpainting at the City Art Room. 1 Rule: No Brushes Allowed. All art supplies will be provided including unlimited 14"x 17" paper, aprons, and gloves (for people who don't want to use bare hands). You are encouraged to bring you own spirituous beverages, soft drinks, and foods. Participants will be seated on the floor. Please bring a pillow or seat cushion for more comfort. No Tickets will be available at the door. Tickets are limited so get your tickets soon! Tickets are refundable 24 hours or more of event. 15
Come laugh your cares away with the award winning local cast of Charlotte Comedy Theater as they perform side splitting, Chicago style improv comedy based on your suggestions. Rated R, 21 and over, $10. reservations on our website, food and beverages also available! $10http://www.charlottecomedytheater.com
Chill Out. Create. Eat. Drink. Be Merry! Join us for a fun evening of painting at the City Art Room. This is a freestyle session where you are encouraged to paint anything that you prefer. Laugh and paint your way to your very own 12" x 12" canvas masterpiece. Professional artists will be available to assist you with your painting selection so no experience is necessary. You are welcome to have food delivered to you and/or bring in food and soft/hard drinks. Get your paint passes soon! None will be available at the door. 15https://www.eventbrite.com/e/paint-chill-tickets-27233579369
The folks at Warehouse PAC are presenting this outdoor performance of William Shakespeare’s classic comedy, A Midsummer Night’s Dream. The possibilities are endless as local improv entertainers and aerial artists team up to take on the roles of couples in love, envious onlookers and twisted fairies. Live music, too. Free, but $5 suggested donation.
It’s been 10 years since Big Mammas House of Burlesque started doing shows and generating a fan following in Charlotte. The lady behind the magic, Deana Pendragon aka Big Mamma, is a dazzling character with a voice to back her show antics. This special burlesque show also celebrates her birthday and as the event’s Facebook post has already revealed: “Someone’s getting covered in cake!!!” $20
Comics at Fault and the C.E. Riggleman Foundation present "Stand up against MS: A night of Comedy". A fun filled night of comedy and music featuring Comics at Fault, Courtney Puckett, Dave Meyers and more, to help raise money and awareness for the National MS Society. MS is a vicious disease that has affected not only our lives, but the lives of those we love. Help us raise as much money as we can to support the National MS Society. Special guest performances by: The Tampon Man Andy Slye Lorenzo El Gee Gladden $30http://www.comicsatfault.com/comedy-for-causes.html
Comics at Fault and the C. E. Riggleman Foundation present a fun filled night of comedy and music featuring Comics at Fault, Courtney Puckett, Dave Meyers and more, to help raise money and awareness for the National MS Society. 30https://www.facebook.com/events/1170324353020206/?ti=cl
Welcome to Improv! Level One: Improv Fundamentals is a 6 week course taught by 13-year improv veteran, Kevin Shimko. It is designed to introduce students to the fundamentals of improvisation. Each class consists of fun physical and mental exercises, group activities, and basic scene-work which will help students discover the basic foundations of improv. This class will create a safe and encouraging environment for those looking to express their creativity in a new way. With each passing week, the students will build confidence as they explore their sense of play. Class starts July 23rd. Register today! Visit: www.kevinshimko.com/improv $240 or $200 if You Sign Up Before June 20th!http://www.kevinshimko.com/improv
Join Charlotte's award winning, all star improv ensemble for a night of side splitting comedy based on our suggestions. Laugh your cares away with great food, drinks and giggles. Rated R, 21 and up, only 10! reservations at www.charlottecomedytheater.com $10http://www.charlottecomedytheater.com
Join the award winning, Chicago style improv ensemble of the Charlotte Comedy Theater for some late night shinnanigans as they create side splitting scenes based on your suggestions. Good things do happen after 10pm! Rated R,21 and up, $10 at door. Reservations at www.charlottecomedytheater.com. Come have fun! $10http://www.charlottecomedytheater.com
Every August at Charlotte Fine Art Gallery we celebrate and showcase the artists who take our weekly studio classes by having a month long exhibition. They create some stunning and affordable art. Join us August 5th and 6th from 5:00- 8:00 pm for our Opening Reception where you can purchase fine art from the Artists you will meet that night. Show on display from August 2nd – August 27th. Regular Gallery hours, Tues 10-4pm, Wed 10-9pm, Thurs and Fri 10-6pm, Sat 10-2pm. Closed Sun and Mon. Freehttp://www.charlottefineart.com/
Save ourselves will be a visual representation of the current state of African American culture and the unrest in America today. S.O.S. serves to shine a light on the injustices suffered by the melanated citizens of america, and will showcase the different aspects of Black life while expanding upon the need to come together during such trying time. $5http://sosthevisual.eventbrite.com
This yearly skateboard deck art show has picked up wins in CL’s Best of Charlotte for good reason. Artists purchase new or salvaged skateboards and give them new life through art. Locals like Alexandra Loesser and Phoebe Alicia gave us a peek (one of Loesser’s works features David Bowie and Alicia’s features kittens) and CL graphic designer and artist Dana Vindigni shared another kickass board design (pictured) that goes down the rabbit hole.
This exhibit presents two local artists that you should be watching. The first is Nicholas Napolentano, a hyperrealist figurative with a message. The flyer features two semi-nude women in bed in a fetal-like position. The second artist is Matthew Steele, who creates wooden sculptures that resemble complex manmade infrastructures. Reception on July 15, 6 p.m.-8 p.m. Free admission