November Gallery Crawl

October 29, 2017 5:09 pm

If the monthly South End Gallery Crawl has been on your to-do list for a while, this is the month to join in! Eleven local art galleries and art destinations will be welcoming visitors to see art of all types, created by local artists and by artists from around the world. Stop by one gallery or visit a few, this all-ages event is a free, self-guided tour through the South End art scene. Make sure to add in a stop at the new Kingston Connection where Kingston Avenue meets the Rail Trail for live music and a celebration with Studio Cellar and glass artist Carmella Jarvi!

Studio Cellar – 1800 Camden Rd., Suite 106

Studio Cellar will feature work from resident artists Heidi Nesbett and Gabrielle Wolfe and is hosting a painting class of Capri, Italy at 7:30 pm. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Coffey & Thompson Art Gallery – 1200 Graham St.

Coffey & Thomspon will be featuring small works by a variety of artists, just in time for holiday gifts.  

 

 

 

Elder Gallery of Contemporary Art – 1520 South Tryon St. The newly reopened Elder Gallery will be showing new work from Ralph Turturro, an artist who focuses on abstract works about depth and texture. New York City-based Turturro will be at the gallery on Friday evening to answer questions about his work.  

Lark & Key – 128 E Park Ave.

Starting Friday, November 3rd and going through the end of the year, Lark & Key will host a small works exhibition featuring many types of art. Jeweler Alice Scott will be at the show on Friday to share her work.  

 

South End Kitchens – 1500 South Blvd., #101A

South End Kitchens is partnering with Coffey and Thompson to show work from Madrid artist Tom Cowsert.  

Charlotte Art League – 1517 Camden Rd.

Charlotte Art League is hosting “Art House,” an interactive exhibit showcasing upcycled, 3-D and perfomative works. The show welcomes artists from all mediums to participate, ranging from traditional painters to industrial design. 

Hidell Brooks Gallery – 1910 South Blvd #130

Hidell Brooks will host the opening reception for their new exhibition featuring painters Tony Hernandez, Amanda Talley and Scott Upton. The exhibition will run through mid-December and all three artists will be at the opening reception on Friday.

 

 

Magnolia Emporium – 307 Lincoln St.

Magnolia Emporium will have work from featured artist ‘Miouxnie’ Rane West, who creates on a variety of mediums and whose most recent mural work can be seen in the Rivafanoli Passage outside of Magnolia Emporium. 

Ciel Gallery – 128 E Park Ave.

Ciel Gallery will showcase fun works from local artists with an “All That Glitters” salon show. Many of the artists will be attending the show to discuss their work. 

 

 

 

 

 

Hodges Taylor Art Consultancy – 118 E Kingston Ave., #16

​​Hodges Taylor Art Consultancy will host the opening of “SILHOUETTE: Lynn Saville + Ahmad Sabha,” a show using photography and ceramic and metal sculptures to discuss city spaces. 

 

 

 

C3 Lab – 2525 Distribution St.

C3 Lab will host “Día de Los Casi Muertos,” or “Day of the Almost Dead,” a multimedia exhibition from Charlotte artist Julio Gonzalez celebrating the Mexican holiday Día de los Muertos. Friday evening will be the closing ceremony for the exhibition and will include musical performances from local bands. 

 

Hours 

Studio Cellar: 12-11 pm 

Coffey & Thompson: 5-8 pm

Elder Gallery of Contemporary Art: 5-8 pm 

Lark & Key: 5-8 pm 

South End Kitchens: 5-8 pm 

Charlotte Art League: 6-9 pm 

Hidell Brooks: 6-8 pm 

Magnolia Emporium: 6-9 pm 

Ciel Gallery: 6-9 pm 

Hodges Taylor: 6-8 pm 

C3 Lab: 5-10 pm 

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