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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.

This year, many of Charlotte’s major arts organization boards are led by women. Here’s a look at what they’re doing.

Bruce Roberts documented on film North Carolina’s tumultuous transitions of the 1950s and ’60s, its people and places and their struggles. Now you can relive those days in his book, “Just Yesterday in North Carolina.”

Photographer Richard Renaldi, who brings strangers on the street together for often unsettling images, is coming to The Light Factory

Former Charlottean Willie Little’s show at New Gallery of Modern Art takes on racism and tough subjects, yet he remains optimistic.

The McColl Center for Art + Innovation is welcoming a new group of artists in residence and has announced a new residency this season, innovator-in-residence. Each artist focuses on a specific sphere of impact.

It's been nearly seven years since the Charlotte Repertory Theatre shut down. It was the linchpin in Charlotte's theater scene for nearly 30 years.

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