April 5 - 14, 2019

Events

Opposites really do attract!!  “Bel Canto” is Italian for “beautiful singing.”  Classically trained singers strive for it and it’s what their audiences come to hear.  The other side of the coin….The Art of Belting.  Musical Theatre, Rock, Gospel singers and others strive to sing beautifully, but also belt.  It is what their audiences come to hear.  Think Freddie Mercury and Monserrat Caballe singing Barcelona!!   It will be a GREAT NIGHT FOR SINGING!! No Exchanges/No Refunds
  • Fri. March 22 at 7:30PM
  • Sun. March 24 at 2:30PM

Our Town "...is probably the finest play ever written by an American."-Edward Albee. With a bare stage, a couple of chairs, and a wise old stage manager, Thornton Wilder created a timeless drama that speaks to the heart of the human experience. Since 1938, this funny and  moving journey through the lives of the people of Grover's Corners has captivated audiences all over the world. Help us celebrate over 80 years of excellence as part of the Sensoria Festival this Spring. All sales final; no refunds. CPCC Students receive one free ticket with student ID; please visit the Box Office located in the Halton Theater.
  • Fri. April 05 at 7:30PM
  • Sat. April 06 at 7:30PM
  • Sun. April 07 at 2:30PM
  • Fri. April 12 at 7:30PM
  • Sat. April 13 at 7:30PM
  • Wed. April 17 at 2:30PM

Coming of Age: Decisions is an original drama by Mariot Valcin, instructor in the ENG department and tutor with TRIO. Presented by Mariot and GM Productions and CPCC TRIO, this performance will feature CPCC students from DRE and ENG classes and from TRIO. Don't miss!
  • Sat. April 06 at 2:30PM

In conjunction with Charlotte Read and CLT250, this program presented by CPCC Libraries will feature Stephanie Burt Williams, author of Wicked Charlotte: The Sordid Side of the Queen City.
  • Mon. April 08 at 10:30AM
  • Tue. April 09 at 10:30AM

CPCC students! Join our college President, Dr. Kandi Deitemeyer, in a conversation about leadership. Dr. Deitemeyer will be interviewed by two of our own students on the Halton stage, and she'll take your questions from the audience!
  • Mon. April 08 at 11:30AM

Lauren Levine, current Senior Contributor for Charlotte Agenda, will share professional and personal experiences writing for local publications about Charlotte events, people, and lifestyles. Students will also have an opportunity to receive feedback on community-based writing projects.
  • Mon. April 08 at 12:30PM

This cultural event embraces afro-centric hair styling, natural and organic hair and skin care, beauty and education, and healthy living practices with demonstrations from experts in the industries. 1:30pm - 3:30pm
  • Mon. April 08 at 1:30PM

The CPCC Chorus presents a varied program of choral music from the Renaissance Court to the Broadway stage. Join us for a delightful hour of singing.       
  • Mon. April 08 at 1:30PM

Join us to celebrate Judy Goldman, our 2019 winner of the Irene Blair Honeycutt Lifetime Achievement Award in Literary Arts. Reception in Tate Lobby at 6 followed at 7 by the Award Presentation and a reading by and conversation with Goldman. Presented in Partnership with Charlotte Center for Literary Arts.
  • Mon. April 08 at 6PM
  • Mon. April 08 at 7PM

CPCC Music and Dance, in partnership with UNC Charlotte's College of Arts + Architecture, present Igor Stravinsky's Les Noces as the cornerstone of this concert.
  • Mon. April 08 at 7:30PM
  • Wed. April 10 at 7:30PM

Join English Instructor Regina Betz-Teliszewski for a creative writing workshop for students of all majors and interests!
  • Tue. April 09 at 9:30AM

Members of the Student Life Creative Writing Club read and perform their work, under the leadership of faculty advisor and English instructor Elizabeth West.
  • Tue. April 09 at 11AM

In images and stories, renowned photographer (and local Charlottean) Jim Herrington presents the journey to his book documenting world-class mountain climbers, with a book signing to follow. Herrington will conduct a master class with CPCC photography students afterward.
  • Tue. April 09 at 11AM

CPCC Photography instructor James Spence presents a successful alumnus from CPCC's photography classes, who discusses life and career post-graduation.
  • Tue. April 09 at 11AM

Come see excerpts from August Wilson's Two Trains Running, a play that is lyrical, poetic, and ultimately inspiring! Performances by BNS Production Company from its February 2019 run at Duke Energy Theater, with conversation afterward.  
  • Tue. April 09 at 12:30PM

Encounter talented CPCC student poets, musicians, dancers, and more, in our annual showcase of student talent! Presented by CPCC Student Life.
  • Tue. April 09 at 3:30PM

Join us for a Culinary Demonstration with Chef Moffett and celebrate his new cookbook, Bruce Moffett Cooks.
  • Tue. April 09 at 4PM

  Students and Instructors in our Digital Film courses will premiere films they've created as part of an annual film portfolio show.            
  • Tue. April 09 at 5PM

Two presentations by memoirist and poet Forche, each with a reading, discussion, and Q&A, with a book signing afterward. Free & open to the public. General admission with no ticketing. (thumbnail photo by Don J. Usner)  
  • Tue. April 09 at 8PM
  • Wed. April 10 at 10:30AM

Puppets! Come enjoy Barnyard News presented by InReach's Troupe 801, whose mission is "[t]o be a leader in providing innovative housing, employment and community services to support people with intellectual, developmental and other disabilities and their families."
  • Wed. April 10 at 10AM

Students, faculty and staff will travel "around the world" and learn about various countries. Each country will have a table host that will share a little bit about the country's geography, art, literature, customs and culture. Experience the world right here on CPCC's Central Campus!
  • Wed. April 10 at 12:30PM

Take a trip back in time with the CPCC Early Music Ensemble as they play music from the Middle Ages and Renaissance on instruments such as the viola da gamba, recorder, shawm, and hurdy-gurdy as they recreate the sounds of another time.
  • Wed. April 10 at 12:30PM

Come expand your knowledge as CPCC students showcase an interactive and collaborative Global Learning experience. Presented by the Behavioral and Social Sciences Division.
  • Thu. April 11 at 9:30AM

Edgar Allan Poe loved puzzles and secret codes, and here's your chance to try out your detective skills and solve a Poe-style mystery!
  • Thu. April 11 at 9:30AM

CPCC Business & Accounting present Dr. Ashley Lesko, President of Square Peg Solutions and author of Go Beyond the Job Description. 9:30 - 10:45 am
  • Thu. April 11 at 9:30AM

Hanif Abdurraqib presents poetry and prose, including work from his new chronicle Go Ahead in the Rain: Notes to A Tribe Called Quest. (thumbnail photo by Andrew Cenci)
  • Thu. April 11 at 11AM
  • Thu. April 11 at 7:30PM

Art History instructor Dr. John Cone presents the little-known history of the rise of diabolical imagery in Twelfth-Century art, along with possible literary and popular sources.
  • Thu. April 11 at 11AM

The Behavioral and Social Sciences Division hosts a panel discussion speaking to the real life experiences of past and present-day refugees.
  • Thu. April 11 at 12:30PM

Interdisciplinary artist and CPCC Visual Arts instructor Andrea Vail talks about Bridging, her collaborative, multi-campus textile work, created with CPCC students and installed in Overcash Lobby.
  • Thu. April 11 at 12:30PM

Come hear CPCC music students as they share performances of pieces they have worked on this semester.
  • Thu. April 11 at 12:30PM

A panel of contemporary artists present their ‘not so very straightforward’ paths to COLOR sense and purpose.  Beginning with a very brief intro to COLOR theory and followed by a moderated conversation with Q and A.    
  • Thu. April 11 at 2PM

CPCC's annual Juried Student Art Show, which recognizes outstanding student works in painting, photography, drawing, ceramics, jewelry, and sculpture. Awards Presentation at 5:00 P.M. and Reception at 7:00 P.M.
  • Thu. April 11 at 5:30PM
  • Thu. April 11 at 7PM

Join us to watch Volker Schlöndorff’s adaption of the famous novel by Günter Grass, which won the Oscar for best foreign language film in 1979, with facilitated discussion to follow led by CPCC's own Daniela Weinert. 
  • Thu. April 11 at 6PM

Come visit the visual art & film studios! Painting, drawing, ceramics, sculpture, film, design, and more!
  • Thu. April 11 at 7:30PM

Join the ECE (Early Childhood Education) Club for chalk art, rock painting, and the kick-off of the Kindness Project!
  • Fri. April 12 at 7PM

Watch the video "Exploring and Creating with Dough" to learn about the benefits of exploring dough with young children and strategies for doing so. Discussion will follow.
  • Sat. April 13 at 12PM