TAC is presenting a pop-up art show, Marm-O-Ween, on Friday, October 29th, 2021, from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m., at The Exchange at 36th, 451 E. 36th Street, Charlotte.
This will be a solo art show by artist Henry Schreiber, who is known for his paintings of marmots. (Read on to learn about marmots.)
This is a free event.
You will have the chance to browse and purchase Halloween-themed marmot paintings, as well as special t-shirts for the event.
Henry Schreiber will be doing live painting at the event. WHILE WEARING A MARMOT COSTUME.
If you haven’t checked out Schreiber’s work, this is a great chance to enjoy the art of a truly unique painter. Disclosure: I’m crazy about Schreiber’s artwork. This painting is in my house:
This event is also a great chance to check out The Exchange at 36th Street, which is a market, a bar and a coffee shop.
What is a marmot?
A marmot is a herbivorous, burrowing rodent of the squirrel family. They are often confused with groundhogs, and although they’re both members of the Marmota genus, they are different species. Groundhogs are solitary, territorial creatures, whereas marmots live in colonies and are highly social.