Cool local arts performances in the 2019-20 season
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Charlotte Arts Guide 2019-20
Here’s all of our stories on the new arts season. We’ll introduce you to the diverse group of people making vital contributions to the arts. You’ll find them in museums, on stage, in studios and even outdoors. And you’ll get our calendar listings for theater, dance, music, museums, literary events and visual arts.
Central Piedmont Community College
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Charlotte Mecklenburg Library Foundation
Nov. 7: Verse & Vino. Sixth annual fundraiser for the public library at Charlotte Convention Center, featuring award-winning authors, including: Karen Abbott, Ross Gay, Alice Hoffman and Kevin Wilson.
Charlotte Writers Club
Sept. 17: Gavin Edwards.
Oct. 15: Critique group information session.
Nov. 19: Mark de Castrique.
Dec. 17: Amber Smith.
Jan. 21: George Hovis.
Feb. 18: Tim Reinhardt.
March 17: Panel to be announced.
April 21: Diana Pinckney.
May 19: Phillip Lewis.
315 N. Main St., Davidson: www.davidson.edu/the-arts/
Sept. 25: Jennifer Egan. Conarroe Lecturer and National Book Award-winning author of the novel “Manhattan Beach.”
Oct. 21: Cynthia Lewis and Andrew Rippeon. Davidson Reads
Nov. 7: Corey Marks. Davidson English Department
Jan. 28: Bryan Stevenson. Reynolds Lecture.
March 12: Samantha Chang. Abbott Lecture and Reading Series.
April 2: Tarfia Faizullah. Judge, Vereen Bell Award in Poetry
Lenoir-Rhyne Visiting Writers Series
Sept. 12: Jonathan Safran Foer
Oct. 10: Richard Blanco
Oct. 17: Radney Foster
Nov. 7: Tommy Orange
Jan. 23: Abigail DeWitt
Feb. 13: Morgan Parker
March 5: Min Jin Lee
April 23: Eboo Patel
April 25: Sara Pennypacker
Oct. 10: Kathryn Schwille
Oct. 29: Ann Patchett
Women’s National Book Association Charlotte
Oct. 21: Tenth annual Bibliofeast Book & Author Dinner. 6-9 p.m., Maggiano’s. Authors including Amber Smith, Anna Jean Mayhew, Karla F.C. Holloway and Diane McPhail.
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