Artwork construction time lapse from Bechtler Museum
Local model builder, Gene Hopkins, was commissioned in 2000 to build a complete, working 1/4 scale replica of Jean Tinguely's Cascade mobile sculpture currently hanging at the Carillon Tower in Charlotte. Hopkins made each piece by hand to duplica
Artist Marc Fornes and Crescent Communitie are installing Wanderwall, an 18,000 square-foot art screening on a parking deck at the Novel Stonewall Station development, which includes apartments, a Whole Foods and two hotels.
The BOOM festival in Plaza Midwood is Charlotte's annual showcase of contemporary and experimental art, featuring a unique coalition of artists, volunteers, nonprofits, and local businesses and organizations transforming how art is made and shared
A year ago, property owner Paul Sires hired local artist Osiris Rain to paint a private trash dumpster behind the building he owned on North Davidson Street. But Charlotte's rules say the dumpster should be hidden by a fence.
Choreographer Peter Chu works with local dance students and professional dancers during a rehearsal session for Rite of Spring, a rare collaboration of Charlotte Symphony Orchestra and Charlotte Ballet professionals with CMS student dancers
Considering what 19-year-old "American Idol" contestant Johnny White of Hickory witnessed around him as a child – homelessness, sadness, addiction, violence – it’s fair to say he’s extremely lucky just to be getting a shot at it.
Ever since ABC revealed that his “American Idol” audition would be featured on the show this season, 19-year-old Johnny White has been getting the celebrity treatment from the denizens Hickory, a small, blue-collar city an hour northwest of Charlo
A epic weekend event started by Mosaic Live co-founders Tiffany Fant and Nakisa Glover, The Official Blackest Weekend Ever, held two private screenings for the Black Panther movie premiere on Friday and Saturday nights at Regal Cinemas Starlight 1