April South End Gallery Crawl

March 26, 2018 4:51 pm

New art destinations, new exhibitions, and even new ways to get to South End! On Friday, April 6th, take the light rail extension or hop on a B-Cycle to make your way to the eight shows around the neighborhood during the evening. Each destination has something special planned and a couple of artists will be attending the openings of their shows. Always fun, always free (unless you fall in love…)  

 

Elder Gallery of Contemporary Art – 1520 South Tryon St.  

Stop by Elder Gallery of Contemporary Art for your last chance to see works from Jessica Singerman, Michael Scott Miller and Kathryn Keller from the gallery’s Spring Invitational. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Lark & Key Gallery and Boutique – 128 E Park Ave.  

Lark & Key Gallery and Boutique will host the opening night of ‘Flow’, featuring paintings from Nashville-artist Elizabeth Foster and pottery from Elise Delfield. The animal and nature-inspired exhibit will remain open through May 26th. 

 

 

 

 

 

South End Kitchens Design Studio – 1500 South Blvd. # 101A

South End Kitchens Design Studio has teamed up with Coffey + Thompson Gallery to feature the art of Lori and Tim McMahon, Charlotte artists who paint landscapes and abstract art. 

 

Dilworth Artisan Station – 118 E Kingston Ave.

Dilworth Artisan Station will be open from 6-9 pm with work from 12 local artists.

 

Hidell Brooks Gallery – 1910 South Blvd. #130  

Hidell Brooks will host the opening night of Selena Beaudry’s ‘A Muffled, Tumble, Thicket, Tangle or Bramble’ with room installations, collages and drawings. Beaudry will be attending the opening reception for the exhibit that will be on display until April 28th.  

 

 

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

Hodges Taylor Art Consultancy will continue to host ‘KEVIN KENNEDY: Experience + Education’. Kennedy’s work uses everyday materials like wood, paper and linen string to create sculptures that feel both functional and fine art. 

 

South End ARTS – 3015 South Tryon St. 

Four Charlotte artists have teamed up with Morningstar Storage in South End to create a new space for emerging artists. Check out the new space at their first event during the April Gallery Crawl. 

 

 

 

 

Magnolia Emporium – 307 Lincoln St.  

Magnolia Emporium will host acrylic and mixed media artist Joyce Wynes, whose bold, colorful work is inspired by carefree childhood memories. 

 

 

C3Lab – 2525 Distribution St. 

C3Lab will host an opportunity to meet and chat with artists in their creative spaces and explore local artwork and handmade goods. They’ll also be staying open later for a performance by The John Brown Jazz Combo. 

 

Bonus: The Smart Series on Saturday, April 7th  3021 Bank St.  

The Smart Series is a new collective exhibition opening for one night only at 5:00 pm on Saturday, April 7th. Their first show called ‘Zenith Nadir’ will feature work from eleven Charlotte artists along with local musicians.  

 

Elder Gallery of Contemporary Art: 5-7 pm 

Lark & Key Gallery and Boutique: 5-8 pm 

South End Kitchens Design Studio: 5-8 pm

Dilworth Artisan Station: 6-9 pm 

Hidell Brooks Gallery: 6-8 pm 

Hodges Taylor Art Consultancy: 6-8 pm 

Magnolia Emporium: 6-9 pm 

South End ARTS: 6-9 pm 

C3Lab: 7-11 pm 

 

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