Arts Calendar

09/12/2012 2:58 PM

09/12/2012 3:20 PM

Theater

“Lombardi”

Through Sept. 29: Carolina Actors Studio Theatre, 2424 N. Davidson St. $18-$28. 704-455-8542; www.nccast.com.

“A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum”

Through Sept. 23: Theatre Charlotte, 501 Queens Road. 704-376-3777; www.theatrecharlotte.org.

“Kiss My Black Angst”

Sept. 14-22: Two plays from the 1960s: “Dutchman” and “Funnyhouse of a Negro.” JCSU ArtsFactory, 1545 W. Trade St. 704-372-1000; www.blumenthalarts.org.

“The Color Purple”

Sept. 14-16: Presented by Northwest School of the Arts. Dale F. Halton Theater, 1206 Elizabeth Ave. 704-330-6868; http://tix.cpcc.edu.

Concerts

Charlotte Symphony Pops

Sept. 14-15: The Music of Billy Joel. Blumenthal Performing Arts Center, 130 N. Tryon St. 704-372-1000; www.charlottesymphony.org.

Charlotte Folk Society

Sept. 14: The Healing Force. Great Aunt Stella Center, 926 Elizabeth Ave. www.folksociety.org.

Music and Museum Concert

Sept. 16: “Family of Artists.” Bechtler Museum of Modern Art, 420 S. Tryon St. 704-353-9200; www.bechtler.org.

Dance

Faculty Dance Concert

Sept. 14-15: UNC Charlotte, Robinson Hall, 9201 University City Blvd. 704-687-1849; www.performances.uncc.edu.

Literary arts

Author Reading

Sept. 18: Susan Woodring will read from her novel “Goliath.” Queens University Conference Center, 2229 Tyvola Road. www.charlottewritersclub.org.

Galleries

Andre Christine Gallery

Sept. 15-Oct. 6: “Art of Politics.” 148 Ervin Road, Mooresville. www.andrechristinegallery.com.

Charlotte Art League

Through Sept. 28: “My Carolina Home.” 1517 Camden Road. 704-376-2787; www.charlotteartleague.org.

Charlotte Fine Art Gallery

Through Sept. 30: “Pride & Patriotism: American Expression.” 7510 Pineville-Matthews Road, Suite 12A. 704-541-0741; www.charlottefineart.com.

Charlotte Artery Gallery

Through Sept. 30: “There and Back.” 1515-C S. Mint St. 704 562-4099, www.charlotteartery.com.

Doma Gallery

Through Nov. 15: “Just Say I Do.” 1310 S. Tryon St. 704-333-3420; www.domaart.com.

Elder Gallery

Sept. 13-29: “All Things Political.” 1520 S. Tryon St.; 704-370-6337; www.elderart.com.

Genome Gallery

Through Oct. 4: “American Gods,” works by Chris Watts. 120 Brevard Court. 704-332-4322; ohgenome.com.

Hodges Taylor Gallery

Through Sept. 14: “Commentary: An Exhibition of Southeastern Artists.” 401 N. Tryon St., Suite 108. 704-334-3799; www.hodgestaylor.com.

Jerald Melberg Gallery

Through Nov. 10: “Brian Rutenberg: River.” 625 S. Sharon Amity Road. 704-365-3000; www.jeraldmelberg.com.

Lark & Key

Through Sept. 29: “Recollections.” 128 E. Park Ave, Suite B. 704-334-4616; www.larkandkey.com.

McColl Center for Visual Art

Through Nov. 3: “America Now.” 721 N. Tryon St. 704-332-5535. www.mccollcenter.org.

New Gallery of Modern Art

Through Sept. 27: “Shepard Fairey: Fact or Fiction”; “Alberto Giacometti: Paris san fin.” 435 S. Tryon St. Suite 110. 704-373-1464; newgalleryofmodernart.com.

RedSky Gallery – Elizabeth

Sept. 14-Nov. 3: “Recapturing Childhood.” Opening reception 6-8:30 p.m. Sept. 14. 1523 Elizabeth Ave., Suite 120. 704-377-6400; www.redskygallery.com.

Renee George Gallery

Through Oct. 13: Works by Alison Stewart. 2839 Selwyn Ave. 704-332-3278; www.reneegeorgegallery.com.

Shain Gallery

Through Sept. 29: Works by Josh Brown. 2823 Selwyn Ave. 704-334-7744; www.shaingallery.com.

The Charlotte Observer and The Echo Foundation

Through Oct. 19: “One America, One American: Robert F. Kennedy Through the Lens of Bill Eppridge.” 600 S. Tryon St. 704-358-5000; www.echofoundation.org.

UNC Charlotte

Through Nov. 1: “E Pluribus Unum”; Opening event 6-10 p.m. Sept. 15. Center City Building, 320 E. Ninth St. Through Sept. 28: “Faculty Biennial.” Rowe Main and Upper Galleries, 9201 University City Blvd. www.coaa.uncc.edu.

Museums

Mint Museum Randolph

Sept. 15: 8th Annual Potters Market Invitational. 2730 Randolph Road. 704-337-2000; www.mintmuseum.org.

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