Wilson’s World: Visiting the New Location of the Charlotte Art League

CHARLOTTE, N.C. –  After being located in SouthEnd for over 20 years, The Charlotte Art League has moved to a new location in NoDa/North End neighborhoods.  Wilson checked out the new location and some of the new items they have on display and well as some of their upcoming events and classes.

The Charlotte Art League is the oldest nonprofit art gallery and organization in Charlotte.  They offer monthly exhibits, working studio spaces, outreach programs, creative workshops, member opportunities, and community events. Charlotte Art League exists for the purpose of art: to create it, teach it, foster it, promote it, advocate for it, and grow from it, thus enriching the community.

The new home of the Charlotte Art League is at 4100 Raleigh St, located at The Station House right at the Lynx Light Rail Sugar Creek stop. Learn more about the Charlotte Art League at their website charlotteartleague.org.

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