The Art of TuxedoKat
The Art of TuxedoKat
“TuxedoKat” is a state of mind to Artist Katlyn Cornelius. It is free flowing imagination mixed with unrelenting ambition. It is tangible works of art and opted-in experiences. It is choosing to feel it all and feeling sorry for none of it. #ExploreYourCrazy
LIM|NAL: The Space Between
Local Art Gallery Show
For the first time in Cabarrus Arts Council history, The Davis Theatre will host a performance that coincides with the works in The Galleries.
Creative expression takes many forms. To explore this, LIM|NAL will not only celebrate our local 2D & 3D creatives but also those on the performance front. You’ll be introduced to our local musicians, spoken word and rap artists, interpretive dancers, and more!
Stage Performance: Thursday, July 13, 7p.m. in the Davis Theatre
This is a FREE show, but we want to make sure we have room for everyone! So if you sign up, please do show up and support your neighbors!
Puddle Painting at High Branch every Monday at 6:30p
Puddle Painting is an intuitive art process where the participant pours an array of special paint colors into a cup and then onto their canvas where they then spread the colorful paint design around to reveal a unique piece of art that is sure to uplift and inspire all who participate!
Participants can choose between three canvas sizes!
2023 Artfields Exhibition Award!
“The Meta Towers” was awarded a Southeastern Partnership in the 2023 Artfields Art Competition! That means TuxedoKat will design and build a permanent sculpture for Charleston Parks Conservancy by 2024! Stay tuned!!
Charlotte SHOUT Podcast
with Jennifer Moxily of Sunshine Media Network and Queen City Podcast
TuxedoKat discusses “Endless DayMaker” and the deepest meanings behind it, her experience with Charlotte’s rapid expansion and what’s really going on in Concord.
Artist Support Grant
$3K grant will be used to upfit TuxedoKat’s home studio with necessary equipment.
This project was supported by the North Carolina Arts Council, a division of the Department of Natural and Cultural Resources; the Arts & Science Council with funding from Mecklenburg County and the City of Charlotte; and the arts councils in Cabarrus, Cleveland, Gaston, Lincoln, and Rowan counties.