Screen @ Levine: From Swastika to Jim Crow
Sunday, August 3
Free film screening and discussion featuring the documentary that inspired the exhibit currently on display.
Tuesday, August 12
This month's free forum asks: what are the top 10 time-tested urban design rules for increasing the University City area's A+ URBANISM?
Wednesday, August 20
A conversation with Rabbi Judy Schindler, Temple Beth-El, and Dr. Ronald Carter,
Johnson C. Smith University, moderated by Jackie Fishman.
Sunday, September 7
5:00 - 8:00 p.m.
Meet the artist and see the art that will be featured in the first phase of Charlotte’s streetcar system.
Monday, September 15
6:00 - 7:30 p.m.
A facilitated group learning conversation on Immigration and its impact on today’s America and Charlotte.
Tuesday, September 16
This year marks the 100th anniversary of the opening of the Federal Reserve, a fitting time to reflect on the history of finance in the Charlotte region and its rise to become the second largest banking center in the United States.
TweetChat for Welcoming Week
Wednesday, September 17
1:00 - 2:00 p.m.
Join us on Twitter for a virtual conversation about immigration, welcoming and Charlotte. #WelcomingCLT and @LevineMuseum
Thursday, September 18
6:00 - 8:00 p.m.
Screening and discussion of this powerul Sundance Festival award-winning film
Friday, September 19
The Orpheus Supertones bring old-time fiddle-and-banjo music of the Southeast to a national audience!
Sunday, September 21
The Order of the Long Leaf Pine, presented by the governor, is North Carolina’s highest civilian honor. Community leader Thereasea Elder and Charlotte Observer editorial writer Fannie Flono are organizing a first-ever gathering of Charlotte-area citizens who have won the award over the years.
Tuesday, September 23
What was the Queen City like in the era of The Brady Bunch? Charlotte Observer photo maven Maria David knows. She'll share images - wacky and poignant - from her popular blog "RetroCharlotte."
Sunday, September 28
Explore LGBTQ history and issues as Bob Barret, Malu Fairley and Brandon Perez share perspectives on equality from their different personal and generational experiences.
Thursday, October 2
At UNC Charlotte Center City, a talk by Adrian Miller, author of Soul Food: The Surprising Story of an American Cuisine One Plate at a Time.
HOLA Charlotte Festival
Saturday, October 4
12:00 noon - 7:00 p.m.
This free uptown street festival highlights Latin American cultures in Charlotte. Join us in celebrating the 4th annual festival with music, food, folkloric dances and live radio broadcasts. Organized in partnership with Norsan Multimedia. Partners and info at http://holacharlottefestival.com/
Friday, October 10
5:00 - 6:30 p.m.
Enjoy a first look at this new exhibit, a light reception followed by a panel discussion as we look at recent elections and explore the impact of changes in voting laws.
Sunday, October 12
Discover the story of Varina "Winnie" Davis and learn about the role of women in the early days of the New South.
Tuesday, October 14
Levine Museum and Center City Partners present the annual free concert at the United House of Prayer for All People, showcasing the powerful music of local gospel and shout bands.
Thursday, October 16
A free film screening and discussion presented in conjunction with LGBTQ Perspectives on Equality.
Sunday, October 19
In today's sprawling Charlotte region, are there still places to connect with an earlier rural South?