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Community Event, Job Fair, Career Fair
2021 Queen City Job Fair
The Queen City Job Fair will provide opportunities for Mecklenburg County residents to learn about potential careers in industry sectors, network with prospective employers, and submit resumes to prospective employers. Some employers will be hiring on the spot so dress for success, bring your resumes, and a smile!  Hiring Company Registration: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/2021-queen-city-job-fair-tickets-142537358075 Date: April 24 & 25 (Mall Hours) Location: Carolina Place Mall (Behind Food Court)
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Rock,Pop
5 Seconds of Summer
Australian pop-punk band 5 Seconds of Summer rose to fame when their cover of Chris Brown and Justin Bieber's "Next to You" received over 600,000 hits on YouTube. Their self-titled debut album, released in 2014, hit the top of the Billboard albums chart and launched the hit singles, "She Looks So Perfect" and "Amnesia." They released their third album, "Youngblood," in 2018. Its title song became a runaway hit on Spotify.
www.5sos.com
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Rock, Funk
Andy Ball Live Performance
Reid’s is a Southeast original hometown specialty food company and favorite culinary destination since 1928. Reid’s specializes in superior meats, wines, regional provisions, locally grown produce and seasonally fresh meals & gift baskets. Dine-in with the deli and wine bar or pick-up quick take-out items from the prepared foods case and butcher shop. Reid’s embodies friendly service wrapped up in Southern style, in five convenient locations in the Carolinas. Reid’s is a living, eating, drinking, beloved, celebrated, long-standing member of the community and a regional mecca for sophisticated palates. For more information, visit us online at www.reids.com.
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Art Talk, Installations, Sculpture, Mixed Media, Design
Art Talk: Past and Present Connections with Lorena Mal
Winter/spring 2021 artist-in-residence Lorena Mal begins a conversation on her featured work in the exhibition, Spaces Between, with Jonell Logan, Creative Director at McColl Center. To open a wider, current perspective on her study of places, objects and materials, Mal will speak to her practice’s interpretation of our relationship to history and time, politics and sound, identity, and territory.
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Computers/Technology, For the Family, Education
Artificial Intelligence: Your Mind & The Machine
If artificial intelligence was not already present in our lives (whether we knew it or not!), the year 2020 guaranteed that it is now. With a pandemic enveloping our world for the majority of the year and continuing to impact us today, we have turned to our smart devices at record rates. We’ve used them to order groceries and dinner, to stream movies and watch live concerts, to work and attend school virtually, to celebrate milestone birthdays and holidays with loved ones from afar, and so much more. Deep inside each of these interactions is artificial intelligence, one of the most significant technologies in the world today, but also one of the most misunderstood. The region will soon have the opportunity to get a closer look at this technology as Discovery Place Science opens its newest traveling exhibition, Artificial Intelligence: Your Mind & The Machine, on January 16. “Artificial intelligence is the single most important technology being developed today, by far. Every large company and every government in the world is developing AI. It is part of every conversation about the future of education, jobs and consumer products,” says HP Newquist, executive director of The Relayer Group, who produced the exhibition. “Yet very few people know what AI is, or what it does. We want to provide people with a way to understand AI so that it is real and relevant, not mysterious or frightening. At the same time, we want to show visitors that AI can change the world in ways that might be good and bad. We should all think about how that might happen.”
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Pop
Backstreet Boys
Alongside other successful "boys bands" of the '90s like NSYNC and 98 Degrees, the Backstreet Boys scored 12 U.S. Top 40 hits on the Billboard Hot 100, selling 100 million records worldwide.
www.backstreetboys.com
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Art Show, Gallery, Painting, Drawings/Works on Paper
Brian Rutenberg: Point of Pine
Jerald Melberg Gallery is pleased to present the eighth solo exhibition of abstract landscape paintings by Brian Rutenberg. With these new oil paintings on linen and paper, the artist returns once again to his reflections on the landscapes of the South Carolina Low Country. Rutenberg states, "All of the paintings in this new series called ‘Point of Pine’ are meditations on imaginary trees as seen through veils of South Carolina Lowcountry heat. The solitary tree has been a primary image in my work for forty-five years; my first paintings were watercolors of a loblolly pine near my childhood home in Myrtle Beach…Little did I know, the directness and simplicity of those studies would provide me with a lifetime of imagery." A South Carolina native, Rutenberg received a BFA from the College of Charleston and an MFA from the School of Visual Arts in New York City. He was awarded an honorary doctorate from the College of Charleston and delivered the commencement speech in the spring of 2018. Among his numerous awards and achievements, he is a Fulbright Scholar, a New York Foundation for the Arts Fellow and an Irish Museum of Modern Art Work Programme Recipient. Since 1985 Rutenberg has been honored with over 100 gallery and museum exhibitions across the United States, including the Hoyt Center for the Arts, Saginaw Art Museum, the Gibbes Museum of Art, Butler Institute of Art and Greenville County Museum of Art. Jerald Melberg Gallery is located at 625 South Sharon Amity Road near the intersection with Providence Road. Gallery hours are Monday through Friday 10am-6pm, Saturday 10am-4pm. For more information about the exhibition please contact the gallery at 704.365.3000. To view selected works online, visit the gallery’s web site at www.jeraldmelberg.com.
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Talks/Lectures
Building Charlotte, 1990s to Today
No Ballantyne, no Northlake Mall, no Johnson & Wales University, no I-485, no Bank of America tower? That was Charlotte just 30 years ago. Popular historian Dr. Tom Hanchett explores how our "built environment” has changed — and how women helped lead that transformation. Presented in partnership with CREW, Charlotte Real Estate Women. Free, but reservations are required. Reserve your spot at the event website (link below). This event is part of The Rosalie Reynolds Explore History Series from The Duke Mansion. The series, presented by Wells Fargo Private Bank, is a partnership with The Duke Mansion, Levine Museum of the New South, and the North Carolina Chapter of The Institute of Classical Architecture and Art.
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Experimental
Cacao Ceremony & Ecstatic Dance
Be led on an extraordinary journey of sacred cacao, guided visualizations, and expressive movement led by Jane the Guide! The plant cacao is said to heal the heart, balance the mind, and free the body! Jane's cacao is ceremonial grade, made with intention, and offers incredible healing benefits. While allowing the energies of the cacao to settle in, be guided in a powerful meditation on letting go. We will free the ego-ic mind of attachment, excess chatter, and expectations to find joy and peace within. This meditation promotes clarity in your being and life, allowing yourself to express openly, diminishing limitations to live your best life! As you begin to feel the properties of the cacao, join us in this unique flow that empowers one to explore the connection of body and breath by inviting in freeform movement, as the heart opens to healing. While listening to sacred sound, we learn to let go without specific steps and postures to follow; one can loose themselves to the rhythm, and move freely, as the music takes them into a form of meditation in motion. Evoke a trance like state and a feeling of complete ecstasy. End this session feeling uplifted, transformed, lighter, and clearer as you find a new way to express yourself without speech, aligning with your personal truth. Leran more about the healing properites of cacao, Jane the Guide, and her other offers. Your kind contribution supports 2 nonprofits: Habitual Roots and ALC Mosiac. Habitual Roots is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit committed to connecting communities by spreading the knowledge of emotional intelligence and mindfulness. Our goal is to create a world where everyone has the opportunity to know themselves well and improve their sense of inner peace. ALC Mosaic is a self-directed educational collective that strives to be a transformative community that reflects Charlotte’s diversity of races, ages, physical abilities, ethnicities, religious and spiritual groups, socioeconomic statuses, sexual orientation.
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Pop, Acoustic
Cameron Moore Live Performance
Reid’s is a Southeast original hometown specialty food company and favorite culinary destination since 1928. Reid’s specializes in superior meats, wines, regional provisions, locally grown produce and seasonally fresh meals & gift baskets. Dine-in with the deli and wine bar or pick-up quick take-out items from the prepared foods case and butcher shop. Reid’s embodies friendly service wrapped up in Southern style, in five convenient locations in the Carolinas. Reid’s is a living, eating, drinking, beloved, celebrated, long-standing member of the community and a regional mecca for sophisticated palates. For more information, visit us online at www.reids.com.
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