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Two-day Charlotte film festival boosts its efforts to raise money for rare-cancer research.

In announcing $6.6 million in grants to Mecklenburg arts and cultural groups, the Arts & Science Council said that for the first time in five years it was not cutting operating grants to major organizations such as the symphony, opera, ballet and major museums.

Queen City Theatre Company produces the regional premiere of Peter Ackerman’s multi-character comedy.

Rock Hill could support building a downtown arts center with between 500 and 800 seats, according to a consultant hired by the Arts Council of York County.

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Levine Museum of the New South will open “LGBTQ Perspectives on Equality” to the public July 25, featuring four exhibits that delve into LGBT history and the people responsible for bringing LGBT concerns to public attention.

Charlotte artists at McColl Center for Art and Innovation seek to address social issues and have larger role in the community.

Although these artists have varied and often complex motivations, most viewers will probably love their work for the sheer visual pleasure it offers.

Charlotte actor Tim Parati has a room filled top to bottom and wall to wall with almost every type of “Planet of the Apes” collectible you can think of (and many you cannot). But don’t be scared.

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