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Thanks to Jacky’s friends, what was just an imaginary band has become real. The Falling Pebbles will play at The Double Door Inn on Dec. 28.

Davidson-based Felicia van Bork works in monotype, a printmaking technique that results in a single work instead of an edition of identical prints.

Musically Yours adds a – live – festive vibe to holiday shopping at Northlake, SouthPark or Carolina Place.

Mel Chin’s video installation “SEA to SEE” at the Mint calls attention to the environmental impact on the Pacific and Atlantic Oceans.

ASC’s ArtPop gives local artists big exposure on billboards around town. Leandro Manzo is the top voter-getter among Charlotte-area artists.

It’s a smart playwright who creates new Christmas fodder for the stage. People are hungry for holiday cheer.

You can see “Waves III,” one of Jaume Plensa’s smaller public sculptures, on the campus of Davidson College. It also inspired the exhibition “Jaume Plensa: Sculptures and Drawings,” now on view at the college’s Van Every/Smith Galleries.

Charlotte’s Mint Museum Uptown exhibition of 20th century crafts reveals diversity, machismo, feminism in wooden, ceramic, textile, metal and glass artworks. “Beyond Craft: Decorative Arts from the Leatrice S. and Melvin B. Eagle Collection” runs through Feb. 22.

Since the new series launched last fall, the Charlotte Film Society has screened six well-made, but not-so-widely known, films. In each case, the filmmaker has attended the screening, too.

McColl Center for Art + Innovation hosts Charlotte artist Marek Ranis in his lengthy exploration of climate change.

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