Chris and I have kept a pretty low profile lately and not done a lot of traveling or visiting indoor events but we made the exception a few weeks ago and visited the Immersive Van Gogh Exhibit in Charlotte. It was so wonderful. I am so glad we were able to experience it.
It is difficult to describe the experience itself and their website here will help you to understand just what it is like. Sort of. You just have to experience it to understand.
Suffice it to say it is amazing and my pictures do not do it justice at all. I debated even taking any but I took a few after all.
The venue that the event is being held in in Charlotte is an amazing old building that is perfectly suited for the exhibition. The wooden brick floor was just one of the things that I loved about the venue itself.
We felt totally safe — everyone was masked and in the event area there were definitely social distancing boundaries. Little benches were arranged for easy viewing and it was one of those things that you just wanted it to last forever. We watched it through twice but I would have been happy to watch it even more.
The music that was chosen to accompany the exhibition was equally amazing. An eclectic mix of genres and totally fitting for each image that was being projected on the walls at the time.
The exhibit is going on through October in Charlotte and I have heard it may be extended, however it is also in a lot of other different cities across the country so if this looks interesting to you just do a local search and see if it is coming to your area. There are all levels of ticket prices with some being fairly affordable. I would highly recommend it. Even if you aren’t an art fan I bet you will like this one.