Showing posts from: The Arts The Arts Back in black The Mint Museum Randolph highlights a side of Wedgwood that is rarely seen. The Arts Travel Elevated art After a stunning $24 million expansion, Asheville Art Museum provides another compelling reason to visit the western N.C. city. The Arts February books Notable new releases The Arts Crime and punishment Doing justice to a pair of new legal thrillers The Arts Uncategorized The economics of fine art Why do some works of art cost more than others? A gallery owner explains. People The Arts Image reflected Alvin C. Jacobs’ photographs document social-justice events and issues, including urban renewal. The Arts Strictly sticks Chapel Hill-based Patrick Dougherty brings his temporary rustic sculptures to Davidson College. The Arts ‘City within a city’ Levine Museum of the New South’s latest exhibition explores Brooklyn, once a thriving black community in downtown Charlotte. People The Arts Cast & capture From Neil Armstrong to Rosa Parks to Mother Teresa, Charlotte artist Chas Fagan depicts heroes and public figures near and far. Entertainment People The Arts Billy, Billie and Bond: 2020 Arts Calendar The theatrical, musical, dance and comedic performances to see in the first half of 2020.