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This an exceptional production, which might be described as old-school Puccini in the pit, but experimental on stage.

Charlotte City Council unanimously approved spending $1.9million Monday for public art for the Lynx Blue Line extension, as well as $21million to help a contractor overcome delays due to problems relocating utilities for the train.

Dr. Lee Bates and his wife also donated a piece by pop artist Peter Max. The works will go on display starting Tuesday.

Conductor-founder Enrique Bátiz arrives for Thursday concert at Halton Theater with a long resume and some decided ideas about music.

The Bronx Museum of Art and Cuba's National Museum of Fine Arts have launched an art exchange initiative that will include two major exhibitions.

Charlotte is home to many popular (and some infamous) pieces of art work. Take our quiz to see how much you know about some of the statues and sculptures around town.

Tony Wright’s apt performance as a man with an invisible rabbit friend keeps this comedy rolling at Theatre Charlotte.

“Selma to Montgomery: A March for the Right to Vote” is on view at Levine Museum of the New South until Feb. 22 as a part of the “Destination Freedom: Civil Rights Struggles Then and Now” series.

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.

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