Showing posts from: The Arts The Arts Deep study Carlos Estévez’s paintings, ceramics and collages — on view at LaCa Projects this fall — are a cerebral exploration of life. The Arts September books This month’s notable new releases The Arts Inside out The Mint Museum’s rich cache of newly revealed holdings gleams as shutdowns force a reboot. People The Arts Magical movement Stacie Zambas Peroulas leads the largest church-affiliated Greek folk-dance program in the u.s. The Arts A new view An iconic Charlotte gallery celebrates 40 years with a new space. Entertainment The Arts After intermission Blumenthal Performing Arts CEO Tom Gabbard reveals how Charlotte’s largest arts organization is planning Broadway’s return to local stages. People The Arts My favorite things: Rick Lazes The artist and real-estate developer shares a few of his favorite things about Charlotte. Entertainment People The Arts Cool chemistry Over a decade, jazz duo Noel Freidline and Maria Howell have built a unique musical partnership. Entertainment The Arts Culture picks While it’s tough to beat live entertainment, Charlotte arts groups have shown creativity during these unprecedented times. We’ve rounded up a few ways to enjoy and support the arts in Charlotte over the coming months. The Arts Changing its tune Charlotte Symphony Orchestra brings the music straight to you — wherever you are.