Art pops up at the mall
ST. CHARLES – Art galleries and musical and theater performances temporarily have popped up in empty storefronts at the Charlestowne Mall.
Through a movement called a “pop-up” art, the Charlestowne Mall has been transformed into Charlie’s Center for the Arts through late October. Elizabeth Bellaver, president of the St. Charles Arts Council, said it’s called pop-up art because you never know where the galleries will pop up next.
Charlie’s Center for the Arts isn’t just for galleries. Fifteen storefronts are filled with music, visual art, theater productions, film, literature, magic and dance. Six of the storefronts contain visual art galleries and studios.
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