It’s kind of the ultimate in free Charlotte art viewing: You can tour nine venues in uptown Charlotte for free Sept. 22, in the city’s first extensive uptown art crawl.
Organized by Charlotte Center City Partners and helped by the Knight Foundation (making trolley rides free) and Charlotte B-Cycle (making the bikes you can check out free, too), it’ll run 6-9 p.m., and gets you access to an array of installations, exhibitions and other interesting stuff.
(Want to see exactly where each is, and get links to what each is showing right now? Or, if you’re really new to this, want to see what each building looks like, so you know you’re walking into the right place? Check out our interactive map ):
Here’s who’s in:
Bechtler Museum of Modern Art
Harvey B. Gantt Center
Levine Museum of the New South
McColl Center for Art + Innovation
Mint Museum Uptown
New Gallery of Modern Art
UNCC Center City