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The Galleries' new exhibition is open now through Friday, July 26th. Come see On Paper: a celebration of paper - prints, books and sculptures. Admission is free. Gallery Hours: M - F, 9 - 5 p.m.
Join the Cabarrus Arts Council in Downtown Concord Friday, May 31 from 6:00 - 9:00 p.m. for Art Walk. Stop by The Galleries to enjoy light refreshments and see exhibiting artists from On Paper, the latest exhibition. On Paper is an exhibition celebrating paper, including prints, books, and sculptures, all of which explore and manipulate the materiality of paper.
Join us in Downtown Concord on Means Avenue Friday, June 7 for the inaugural Movies on Means Summer Movies Series! The first movie is Disney's The Little Mermaid, a throwback, family-friendly film! Enjoy free popcorn and beverages for purchase.
Join Art on Tap, the Cabarrus Art's Council's young professionals group Saturday, June 1st for BBQ & Beach Balls, a summer party on the lawn! Kick off the summer with your fellow Art on Tap members and enjoy BBQ, drinks, and yard games!
Cabarrus County Schools invites you to celebrate Youth Art Month! On Friday, April 5, CCS students will showcase visual and performing arts at the Cabarrus County Arts Festival held on Union Street in Downtown Concord. The event will begin at 5 p.m. with art displays and live performances.
Arthur Trace performs innovative magic in an artful way. Highly acclaimed by his peers as "One of the most unique acts in the world of magic today," Arthur Trace is the eighth magician in the history of magic to be awarded The International Brotherhood of Magicians Gold Medal. In 2015, Arthur was a featured performer on the hit TV series Masters of Illusion.
1939 Hollywood is abuzz. Legendary producer David O. Selznick has shut down production of his new epic, Gone with the Wind, a film adaptation of Margaret Mitchell's novel. The screenplay, you see, just doesn't work. So what's an all-powerful movie mogul to do?
The Mecklenburg Declaration is one of the most divisive documents in North Carolina history. No original evidence of the paper survives which shrouds the document in more mystery. Even Thomas Jefferson and Johns Adams argued over the document. The Concord Museum will present both sides of the argument and shed more light on the history and mystery surrounding the Mecklenburg Declaration.
Put on your butterfly collars and bell-bottoms this Friday night when The Galleries turn into Studio 65 for Downtown Disco! Professional dance instructor Glenna Wilson of Dance Dreams Studio will be there to make sure everyone knows how to get their groove on and DJ Kristie of Swanson Entertainment Co. will spin the disco vinyls the whole night long. Craft beer will be provided by High Branch Brewing Co.