This Week: October 5 – 11

Monday

Reception for Jennifer and Kevin McCoy: Priests of the Temple 2015
Rowe Galleries, UNC Charlotte University Campus
Lecture 4-5 p.m.; Reception 5-7 p.m.

This exhibition will contain a suite of sculptures combining portraiture, diorama, and video projection. The New York artists chose to portray Silicon Valley leaders within the changing landscape of the West. This should be good.
2 ROWE GALLERIES

TUESDAY – wednesday

Cast Your Face Workshop
McColl Center for Art + Innovation
6-8 p.m. both nights

Year long artist-in-residence Stephen L. Hayes, Jr. conducts a two-day workshop to teach participants how to create a mold and plaster cast of their faces. Cost is $100, materials are included.

3 MCCOLL

THURSDAY

Watercolor Workshop with Ashley Lathe
McColl Center for Art + Innovation
6-8 p.m.

Thursday, in a separate event, alumni artist Ashley Lathe will lead a beginners watercolor workshop. Cost is $30, materials are included.

AshleyLatheWatercolor

Film Screening of ‘The Painter Sam Francis’

Bechtler Museum
6 p.m. reception with 7 p.m. film start

The wonderful exhibition Sam Francis: Rapid Fluid Indivisible Vision is still fresh on our minds after the opening two weeks ago. We’re excited to learn more about this diverse, collaborative artist by attending a screening for the 2008 film “The Painter Sam Francis.” Tickets are $10 for nonmembers, $8 for members, and $5 for students.

4 BECHTLER

Friday

#RUMINATECLT
Free Range Brewing
6-9 p.m.

This event promises to me “a culinary and visual art collaboration aiming to become a bond of creative connectedness between food, art, culture and community in Charlotte and beyond.” Impressive! Artwork on view is by Cece Stronach (pictured) and Craig Morrow.

Cecestronach

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