North End / Sugar Creek / Hidden Valley Block

North of uptown Charlotte along North Graham and North Tryon streets, Statesville Avenue and Sugar Creek Road

 

 

Visual Art Workshop presented by Community School of the Arts
1 p.m. – 3 p.m. | June 9 | Sugar Creek Library (4045 North Tryon St., Charlotte, NC 28206)

Visual art workshop series at Sugar Creek Library, with a different project activity each month. Participants are welcome to attend one, a few, or all of the workshops. These workshops are free, intended for families, and appropriate for all ages.

 

Conversation Courses presented by Crownkeepers
Camp North End (1824 Statesville Ave., Charlotte, NC 28206)

The Conversation Course is a monthly program created to support community and art-driven conversations, all the while encouraging attendees to convene over a natural bonding agent–locally prepared cuisine.

Saturday, June 30 from 12 p.m. – 2 p.m. | The Life Saver: How Art Sustains + Saves Lives

 

 

Culture Blast! Community Gathering & Lunch presented by ASC
11:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m. | Saturday, June 9 | Sugaw Creek Recreation Center (943 W Sugar Creek Rd, Charlotte, NC 28213)

Enjoy a musical performance by A Sign of the Times, Latin American dance, arts activities, and a conversation about arts, science, history and heritage opportunities you want to see in your parks, libraries and recreation centers. RSVP required, call 704-817-3697.

¡Explosión Cultural- Reunión Comunitaria y Almuerzo Gratis! Únete con tus amigos, familiares y vecinos para un almuerzo gratis, actividades artísticas, danza latinoamericana, música en vivo y una conversación sobre las oportunidades de arte, ciencia e historia que deseas ver en tus parques, bibliotecas y centros de recreación. Se requiere hacer reservaciones. Llamar a 704-817-3697.

 

Digital Arts Summer Camp presented by SimplisticPhobia
Camp North End (1824 Statesville Ave., Charlotte, NC 28206)

For high school to young college age students (ages 15-20). This 8 week digital arts camp is all about developing a career in the digital arts, with a focus on photography and videography. Upon the completion of the 8 weeks students will work together to put on their own community art show.

June 10 | Open House

June 16, June 30, July 7, July 21, July 28, August 4, August 11, August 18 | Camp

July 15, July 29 | Open Studio Time

Classes will start on June 16th and run through August 18. Space is limited, you must register here.

 

Multi-Cultural Dance Festival presented by Charlotte Repertory Dance Theatre
12:30 p.m. – 3:30 p.m. | Saturday, June 23 | Ivory Baker Recreation Center (1920 Stroud Park Court, Charlotte, NC 28206)

Come out and enjoy this multicultural dance festival featuring dance, music, visual art, live drumming, music, and more. For all ages.

 

Using Your Unique Songwriter’s Workshop presented by Dear Soul Music Co.
7 p.m. | August 10, 17, 24, 31 | Sugaw Creek Recreation Center (943 W Sugar Creek Rd, Charlotte, NC 28213)

Join us Fridays on August 10 – 31 for weekly intro to songwriting sessions! These free, interactive and collaborative workshops are open to the public ages 18+. Hosted by Charlotte-based singer-songwriter, Arsena Schroeder.
Week 1: Intro to Songwriting
Week 2: Key Songwriting Components
Week 3: Songwriting Structure
Week 4: Protecting Your Songs – Copywrite Law

On September 7, our Unplugged + Live Songwriters Showcase will feature local songwriters – Dexter Jordan and Emily Sage. Interested participants are encouraged to share their work as well.

Contact Arsena Schroeder with questions info@arsenamusic.com

Unplugged+Live Songwriters Showcase presented by Dear Soul Music Co.
Doors at 7 p.m., Show starts at 7:30 p.m. | Friday, September 7 | Sugaw Creek Recreation Center (943 W Sugar Creek Rd, Charlotte, NC 28213)

Founded in 2013 by singer-songwriter Arsena Schroeder, The Unplugged+ Live Series is a touring concert series in support of independent artists. The series was initially a house concert with the idea of a listening-room experience in mind. Each show features 2-3 hand selected acts for an intimate show allowing listeners to engage with their original work. Featuring local songwriters – Dexter Jordan and Emily Sage. Interested participants are encouraged to share their work as well.

Contact Arsena Schroeder with questions info@arsenamusic.com

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