ARTWALKS + ARTIST
Join glass and public artist Carmella Jarvi and ArtWalksCLT for a free guided artwalk during South End First Friday on September 6 from 6:30 pm – 7:30 pm. Experience firsthand how art enlivens public space, learn about transit-oriented integrated art, and be inspired by hearing about the creative process from an artist.
This one-hour artwalk begins at the Powerhouse located at 1507 Camden Road. Meet at the plaza out front around 6:15 pm.
Sign up at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/artwalks-artist-tickets-68287649197. This event is free but limited to 25 participants. Registration is requested so participants can be contacted if the artwalk is canceled due to weather or other unexpected reasons. This artwalk is approximately 1 mile of walking.
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Carmella Jarvi is a full-time artist & entrepreneur. This McColl Center for Art + Innovation and Hambidge Center alumna — since her first ArtPop billboard in 2014 — has explored water through glass & public art. Her studio practice involves capturing water through kiln glass & painting. Jarvi transforms spaces & works with community around the theme of water. Want to know more? Go to carmellajarvi.com or @carmella.jarvi on Instagram.
ArtWalksCLT connects you to local public art and artists through free self-guided neighborhood artwalks accessible on your mobile device. Artwalks are available for NoDa, Plaza-Midwood, South End, and uptown. Want to start walking? Go to www.artwalksclt.com or @artwalksclt on Instagram.
Thank you for making it to the ArtWalksCLT site. We hope you are interested in taking an ArtWalk and learning more about art in Charlotte's neighborhoods. ArtWalks are free, self-guided and easy to follow on your mobile device. Eight ArtWalks and one Scavenger Hunt are complete but more are coming soon!
Follow on Instagram @artwalksclt for updates. And let us know what you think if you do one of the ArtWalks. Use the hashtag #artwalksclt and tag us. Get out there and find some art!
There are 16 murals on this Art Walk. All are within a 10-minute walk from the starting point at the intersection of Trade and Tryon Street in uptown Charlotte. Get out and get to know murals in Charlotte!