Sundae Art Gallery in downtown Concord

Being in the midst of Concord’s historical community,  Sundae Art Gallery is geared towards its neighbors’ interests.  The gallery offers work from over a dozen local fine artists amongst the joy of the artisan ice cream served below the space.  Additionally Sundae Art Gallery envelops the interests of individuals or groups looking to learn more about the creation process by offering artistic educational opportunities and events for all ages.    They offer several different painting classes as well.


Contact Information
Andrea Sowle
(704) 651-4683
21 Union Street South, Concord, North Carolina 28025
Above the Cabarrus Creamery

Ursula Vernon named as Artist Guest of Honor for Concord based sci-fi convention ConCarolinas

The Concord based  ConCarolinas has announced Ursula Vernon as their 2016 Artist Guest of Honor.  Ursula, a ursula vernonnative of North Carolina, is an award winning artist and author.  She has won a Hugo Award, a Nebula Award, a WFSA Small Press award, the Web Cartoonist’s Choice Award, a Mythopoeic Fantasy Award, and has been nominated for many other awards.

You can find Ursula on the web at the following sites:

ConCarolinas runs from June 2 to June 5, 2016 at Embassy Suites Charlotte – Concord/Golf Resort & Spa.

Taking submissions for Modern Film Fest @ the Gem Theatre

Kannapolis Arts and Modern Film Fest at the Gem Theatre are currently taking submissions for a short film competition with a $250 prize for the winning short film.  All films should be 20 minutes or less and it’s just $15 to submit!  Open to any genre, but please keep it family friendly and a PG to PG-13 rating. Good luck and look forward to the entries!

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Check out how some creative people in Charlotte have found huge support on Kickstarter

Charlotte Agenda recently published an article the Kannapolis Arts feels it should share, talking about how creative people in Charlotte are making a  killing on Kickstarter.

People in Charlotte are doing cool things, and they’re getting the world to pay them for it., according to Charlotte Agenda. The best of the best, it seems, comes in two categories: fantasy and hardware.

Some of the projects that have scene success include a web comic,  a strategic card game, similar to “Magic: The Gathering,” and a record album, among other projects.

To see a breakdown of all the Kickstarter projects listing a Charlotte origin that have raised more than $60,000 visit the list here.