• By Matt Cosper April 30, 2017 Inside|Out Charlotte adds a new wrinkle to the cultural landscape and cements its place in the constellation of “Knight Cities” benefiting from the generosity of the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation in ways that unite, delight and...

  • By CLTure News (Photo by Andy Goh) February 1, 2017 Swiss sculptor and painter Jean Tinguely is best known for his self-destroying sculpture Homage to New York at the Museum of Modern Art in New York City and his final “Cascade” kinetic sculpture in Charlotte located...

  • By Branna Calloway (Cover photo Marnie Poirier’s yard) August 15, 2016 The inspiration for Yard Art Day came from a Facebook post about an art exhibit in New York’s Times Square. Local photographer, Deborah Triplett tells us how the movement got its start: “You could send...

  • CLTure January 19, 2016 Blumenthal Performing Arts announced today they will honor eight legendary artists from the Carolinas with original art installments dressing the columns in the Spirit Square atrium. Local talent will be commissioned to paint the columns and the public is invited to...

  • By Lo’Vonia Parks  January 13, 2016 Minneapolis-based artist Preston Drum returns to the city of his birth to mount his most ambitious work to date. “Home Comings and Goings” is a fully immersive and interactive viewer experience featuring painting, sculpture, video and sound collaborations with...

  • Projective Eye Gallery of CoA+A | UNC Charlotte Crista Cammaroto, Director of Galleries and Curator By Katie Jenkins Photos by Remy Thurston Albert Chong’s mixed media retrospective currently on exhibit at UNC Charlotte Center City’s Projective Eye Art Gallery in uptown came to be after...

  • By Branna Calloway August 5, 2015 Two graphic designers/artists and one poet, a theatre visionary and a modern-day Renaissance man have come together to “show love and appreciation with a fist in the air.” That last line was borrowed from popular NC hip hop group...