Here are the hours of a few venues over the holidays. We will update as we learn more!
The Harvey B. Gantt Center for African American Arts + Culture will be open everyday other than Christmas Day and New Year’s Day (and, as typical, Mondays). Open 10am-5pm Tuesdays-Saturdays and 1-5pm on Sundays. Exhibitions, including Simple Passion, Complex Visions: The Darryl Atwell Collection is on view through January 22, 2018.
The Mint Museum is open December 20 (11am-9pm), 21st-23rd (11am-6pm), closed the 24th & 25th, open December 26 (11am-5pm), December 27 (11am-9pm), December 28-30 (11am-6pm), December 31st (1pm-5pm), closed January 1 and open on Jan 2 (11am-5pm). Check out Develar y Detonar (Reveal and Detonate) at the UPTOWN location, featuring the work of 40 contemporary Mexican photographs drawn from the collection of the Televisa Foundation. Already exhibited in Madrid and Mexico City, The Mint Museum’s presentation is the first time the show has been seen in the US. The exhibition is part of a multi-venue collaboration under the heading of In Focus/Enfoque focused on Mexican photography.
The Bechtler Museum of Modern Art will be closed, as usual, on Tuesdays, and of course during Christmas Day and New Year’s Day. Paul Strand in Mexico is on view through January 7, 2018. The exhibition is also part of the In Focus/Enfoque project across Charlotte.
The McColl Center for Art + Innovation‘s new slate of artists won’t arrive until the first week of January so make your plans to visit then!
Projective Eye Gallery at UNCC’s Center City Building won’t open until next semester, though no information is posted yet about upcoming exhibitions.
Van Every/Smith Galleries at Davidson College are closed until next semester. The Galleries will open on January 25 from 7-8:30pm with Arthur Jafa: Love is The Message, The Message is Death (Smith Gallery) — the first showing of this important work in the South. On the same evening, the Galleries will also present an exhibition and performance, Jen Ray: Surrounded by Wolves (Van Every Gallery). The Galleries will host a second performance orchestrated by Ray at the The Mint Museum Uptown on February 7, 7-8pm.