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ART: Gentrify Me exhibition 

Friday, April 3

Tonight, some of Charlotte's funkiest artists band together to mount an exhibition titled Gentrify Me at NoDa's Dialect Gallery. As the name suggests, all the pieces in the show were created to dissect subjects like urban decay and gentrification -- maladies that (for better or worse) have caused massive community transformations in cities across the country (including right here in the Q.C.). Be on the lookout for new works in a variety of forms from the God City art collective, CL photographer Jasiatic and many, many more artists. Continues through April 30. Free. 6 p.m. Dialect Gallery, 3204 N. Davidson St., Ste. C. 704-763-0506 or 704-488-6811. www.dialectdesign.com or www.rawgoods.com.

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