Our 2016 spring festival roundup

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Why This Matters: Cultural festivals provide access to arts, science, history and heritage experiences in neighborhoods and towns across our community. By Bernie Petit Communications Manager Greenspaces and greenways will be transformed into hubs of cultural activity in the coming weeks by the arrival of springtime festivals. An abundance of arts, science, history and heritage …

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It’s Spring Festival Time in Charlotte

Categories: ASC, ASC Projects, Blog

Spring is upon us in Charlotte and that means that festivals are right around the corner. From Festival in the Park’s annual Kings Drive Art Walk to the Charlotte Asian Festival and Dragon Boat Festival, there is something for everyone in the coming months. Here is a look at a few of the upcoming festivals …

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National Arts & Humanities Month Makes October, ‘Artober’

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Every October, Americans for the Arts turns the month into ‘Artober,’ as they join with arts organizations around the country to celebrate National Arts & Humanites Month – the largest annual celebration for the arts and humanities in the nation. Here in Charlotte, the month is chock-full of great performances, festivals and exhibitions that allow …

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Charlotte Jewish Film Festival Returns

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By Shari Baum, Charlotte Jewish Film Festival “Charlotte’s got a lot.” From blown glass sculptures at The Mint Museum to intensive kayaking at the U.S. National Whitewater Center and being the number two banking capital in the nation, the City of Charlotte caters to the intellectual, the outdoors(wo)man and the entrepreneur. In fact, there is …

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