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McColl Center for Art + Innovation welcomes spring 2015 artists-in-residence, a diverse crop of artists who will leave their mark on Charlotte with a Love Motel for Insects, culinary happenings and more.

The renowned Martha Graham and Jose Limón dance companies will elevate the UNC Charlotte dance department’s annual faculty concert.

Longtime Charlotte civic activist Patricia Morton takes her can-do spirit to national arts organization.

Blumenthal Performing Arts will choose an exceptional high school senior planning to pursue a non-performing career in the arts for $5,000 scholarship.

Mexican artists collaborate, educate and engage with community during their fall residency at the McColl Center for Art + Innovation. An exhibition is on display through March 21.

Work by Romare Bearden, Elizabeth Catlett and Henry Ossawa Tanner on display at Gantt Center. “40 and Counting,” a selection from previous exhibitions, is tight and energetic. On display through Jan. 19.

Pinky/MM Bass and Doug Baulos on view at Light Factory through Feb. 7.

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

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.

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

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