Explore our photo galleries from events, programs, exhibits and more.
Taste of the New South: ¡Savor Sabor!
¡Savor Sabor! - A Latin twist on Southern culture and cuisine.View Gallery »
An Evening with Sandra Gutierrez
This event for Sponsors, Taste Host Committee members and Museum stakeholders was a warm-up for Levine Museum's April 14, 2016 fundraiser, Taste of the New South: Savor Sabor!View Gallery »
¡NUEVOlution! Community Celebración
On September 27, 2015, ¡NUEVOlution! Latinos and the New South officially opened to the public at Levine Museum of the New South. Over three years in the making and the museum's most ambitious project to date, ¡NUEVOlution! is a 3,500 sq. ft. bilingual, interactive exhibit with robust programming, civic dialogue, collaborative art and online media that explore the surprising ways Latinos are shaping the South and the South is shaping Latinos. ¡NUEVOlution! Community Celebración guests enjoyed the exhibit, music, dance and theater performances, arts, family activities, food, and more. Plus, free admission all day!View Gallery »
Taste of the New South: Global Dish
Taste of the New South: Global Dish was a wonderful experience and tremendous success thanks to all our guests, event chairs, host committee members, sponsors, partners and performers. It was truly a memorable evening filled with much energy and many friends.View Gallery »
A Woman's Place 2015
March 24, 2015 - A Woman's Place/Charlotte Woman of the Year 2015 began with an invite-only reception at the Museum followed by a presentation to and remarks by the 2014 Charlotte Woman of the Year Jane McIntyre; and a talk by Karen A. Popp "Heavily Paved Roads by Women in Leadership: Where Do We Go From Here?"View Gallery »
LGBTQ Perspectives on Equality
July 29, 2014 - More than 300 guests joined us to celebrate the opening of the new suite of exhibits. Photos taken by Robert Christopher of Catch Light StudioView Gallery »
Taste of the New South: Savor the Sixties!
April 9, 2014 - From Mad Men to Motown, guests experienced the best of the 1960s through cuisine, cocktails, and diverse culture from an exciting decade that helped define our nation. Savor the Sixties featured a '60s inspired menu by Executive Chef James Fox and his team at Best Impressions Caterers, entertainment, decor and more. Event proceeds help fund Levine Museum's education programs and community engagement initiatives.View Gallery »
Rent the Museum
Did you know Levine Museum has hosted hundreds of events, from weddings and rehearsal dinners to company meetings to holiday parties? With space to accommodate groups from 6 to 600, we have something that will fit your event needs. Check out the gallery to see a sample of what LMNS has to offer for hosting your event.View Gallery »