Arts News: Monday / October 9, 2017


Daily Arts News from North & South Carolina / Gathered by Arts Friendly

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Asheville: Poetry Cabaret Collective performs at Altamont Theatre

Asheville: Russ Wilson’s Famous Orchestra helps Isis Music Hall celebrate its fifth anniversary

Asheville: Council moves to ban Airbnbs along West Asheville’s Haywood Road

Charleston: Village concert series opens new season with Chamber Music Charleston Concert

Charleston: ‘If I Forget’ explores Jewish family, heritage, identity

Charleston: Arts Matter Day rescheduled to October due to Hurricane Irma

Charleston: MOJA Arts Festival 2017 Continues To Soar Through Finale At Hampton Park

Charleston: New ‘Halloween’ movie to film in Charleston

Charleston: Pedal on over to the Bicycle Film Festival at Music Hall

Charleston: Avery Institute to screen lynching documentary ‘An Outrage’

Charlotte: What’s up this week in Charlotte’s visual arts?

Charlotte: ‘Exposed/Expuesta’: 10 photographers invite you to look

Charlotte: Mint’s fashion exhibition gets Cam Newton-sized coup – but with one sizeable challenge…

Charlotte: PaperHouse Theatre’s Cutting Comedy Asks, ‘What About the Women?’ 

Columbia: The Leaders of the Columbia Jewish Film Festival Discuss This Year’s Event

Columbia: These art exhibits will spark your creative spirit

Columbia: This annual event lets you create art with professionals

Columbia: New Trustus Production Tackles Trump’s Proposed Border Wall

Columbia: Art of change – UofSC professor and poet honored for creative vision to spark social change nationwide

Concord: Serafina author to visit Cabarrus County

Durham: Durham Commissioners Consider Adding a New “City-Center” Light-Rail Stop Downtown

Durham: Directed by Duke professor, N.C. Latin American Film Festival enters third decade

Lake City: Lake City’s ArtFields competition accepting submissions

Raleigh: William Peace Theatre to Present AN EVENING WITH EDGAR ALLAN POE

Reidsville: Artists needed for Art Rocks collaboration

Salisbury: Mint Hill artist wins Salisbury Sculpture Show

Wilmington: Communique: 4 Women Perform “Parallel Lives” By Kathy Najimy & Mo Gaffney | Cape Fear Playhouse


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