Bechtler Museum of Modern Art
420 S. Tryon St.; 704-353-9200; bechtler.org.
Through Jan. 18: Portraying the Patron: Andy Warhol and the Bechtlers.
Through March 7: Sam Francis: Rapid Fluid Indivisible Vision.
March 18-Sept. 5: The House That Modernism Built.
Central Piedmont Community College
Ross Gallery (Overcash Building) and Pease Gallery (Learning Resources Center) at central campus of CPCC, Elizabeth Avenue and Kings Drive. blogs.cpcc.edu/cpccartgalleries.
Through Oct. 1: Susan Brenner: Natural Histories (Ross).
Through Oct. 29: CPCC Visual Arts Faculty Exhibition (Pease).
Oct. 14-Dec. 18: Barbara Schreiber: Based on a True Story (Ross).
Oct. 14-Nov. 25: Friends and Family Market (Ross II).
Nov. 9-Dec. 18: Annual Airy Knoll Farm Show (Pease).
Jan. 11-March 4: Miranda Pfeiffer: Rock Line (Ross).
Jan. 11-March 18: Desiree Petty: Drink This….Not That (Pease).
Van Every/Smith Galleries on the Davidson College campus, 315 N. Main St., Davidson; 704-894-2519; www.davidsoncollegeartgalleries.org.
Sept. 10-Oct. 24: Regina Jose Galindo: Bearing Witness.
Jan. 14-Feb. 14: Russ Warren.
Feb. 25-April 10: Allan deSouza and Alia Syed.
Harvey B. Gantt Center for African-American Arts + Culture
551 S. Tryon St.; 704-547-3700; ganttcenter.org.
Through Sept. 27: Intergalactic Soul.
Through Dec. 31: Charlotte Collects Elizabeth Catlett: A Centennial.
Through Dec. 31: AfriCOBRA Now: An Aesthetic Reflection.
Jan. 22-June 26: Dance Theatre of Harlem: 40 Years of Firsts.
Levine Museum of the New South
Sept. 27-October 2016: ¡NUEVOlution! Latinos and the New South.
Through Feb. 28: Giving Back: The Soul of Philanthropy Reframed and Exhibited.
McColl Center for Art + Innovation
721 N. Tryon St.; 704-332-5535; mccollcenter.org
Sept. 18-Jan. 2: Anne Lemanski: Simulacra.
Sept. 18-Jan. 2: Erik Waterkotte: Sightlines, Incidents and Echoes.
Mint Museum Randolph, 2730 Randolph Road; Mint Museum Uptown, 500 S. Tryon St.; 704-337-2000; mintmuseum.org.
Through Spring 2016: “Ramesses the Great: Building Community” (selections from the Mint Museum Archives).
Ongoing: “American Quilt Classics: The Bresler Collection.”
Ongoing: “European Art” (selections from the Mint Museum’s permanent collection).
Nov. 21-ongoing: Portals to the Past: British Ceramics 1675-1825.
Nov. 21-ongoing: Contemporary British Ceramics: The Grainer Collection.
Through Oct. 4: “America the Beautiful: Works on Paper from The Mint Museum.
Oct. 31-April 3: “VIVA MOSCHINO!”
Nov. 21-March 27: “From New York to Nebo: The Artistic Journey of Eugene Thomason.”
Nov. 21-March 27: “Modern Musings: European Works on Paper.”
April 16-Sept. 18: “Here & Now: 80 Years of Photography at the Mint.”
May 2016: “Pumped: The Art and Craft of Shoemaking.”
North Carolina Museum of Art
2110 Blue Ridge Road, Raleigh; 919-839-6262; ncartmuseum.org.
Oct. 17-Jan. 17: The Worlds of M.C. Escher: Nature, Science, and Imagination.
Oct. 31-Jan. 17: Leonardo da Vinci, Codex Leicester and the Creative Mind.
Sept. 12-March 20: Chisel and Forge: Works by Peter Oakley and Elizabeth Brim.
Sept. 26-April 3: The Energy of Youth: Depicting Childhood in the NCMA’s Photography Collection.
Sept. 26-Jan. 31: Robin Rhode Video Installations.
March 19-June 19: American Impressionist: Childe Hassam and the Isles of Shoals.
March 19-June 19: Marks of Genius: 100 Extraordinary Drawings from the Minneapolis Institute of Arts.
Queens University of Charlotte
Nov. 5-Dec. 11: Paul Harcharik: Works on Paper (Max L. Jackson Gallery, Watkins Building).
UNC Charlotte’s Rowe and Storrs galleries are on the main campus on University City Boulevard; UNCC Center City’s Projective Eye Gallery is at 320 E. Ninth St.; www.arts.uncc.edu.
Through Sept. 25: The 2015 Alumni Biennial Exhibition (Rowe).
Sept. 18-Dec. 4: Amalgamation: The Mixed-Media Works of Albert Chong (Projective Eye).
Oct. 5-30: The McCoys: Priests of the Temple 2015 (Rowe).
Nov. 30-Dec. 8: Art of Student Teaching Exhibition (Rowe).
Jerald Melberg Gallery
625 S. Sharon Amity Road; 704-365-3000
Sept. 12-Oct. 31: Susan Grossman: In Motion.
Sept. 12-Oct. 31: Lee Hall: Captiva and Rome Wall Series.
Nov. 7-Jan. 2: Brian Rutenberg: Camellia.
Jan. 9-Feb. 27: Robert Kushner: New Paintings.
2823 Selwyn Ave., 704-334-7744
Starting Sept. 18: Karen Hollingsworth
Bechtler Museum of Modern Art’s Modernism + Film
Sept. 10: Shigeru Ban: An Architect for Emergencies.
Oct. 8: The Painter Sam Francis.
Nov. 12: Making Space: 5 Women Changing the Face of Architecture.
Jan. 14: Fully Awake: Black Mountain College.
Feb. 11: Sketches of Frank Gehry.
March 10: Smog.
April 14: Design & Thinking.
May 12: This Building Will Sing for All of Us.
June 9: Tadao Ando: From Emptiness to Infinity.
Levine Museum of the New South’s Screen @ Levine
Oct. 1 and Oct. 11: Latino Americans.
Oct. 20: Forbidden - Queer and Undocumented in Rural America.
Nov. 12: Indivisible.