DEArTour – Immersive Van Gogh Exhibition in Charlotte, NC

Photograph provided by @K_DougDE

Welcome back to the travel segment of Delux Designs (DE), LLC where we highlight any art shows, exhibitions, galleries or museums that our owner and founder Keara Douglas visits monthly. For today’s post, we are back in Charlotte, North Carolina at Camp North End for the Immersive Van Gogh Art Exhibit Charlotte!

Photograph provided by @K_DougDE

So, I sort of accidentally came up on this exhibition just roaming around the city but I seen many talking about it and posting photos from it online so I decided to check it out for myself. As soon as we walked up to the door we were greeted by the friendly staff for the show and got our tickets at the ticket booth.
The way it was set up to get to the show was dope.

Photograph provided by @K_DougDE

We seen a lot of artwork along the way, and a lot of sculpture displays that were cool.

Love Yours Postcard designed by Keara Douglas

The best part of the exhibition for me was the interactive section where we were able to make our own postcards by hand using stamps. Check out my work below and prints for it can be purchased here with our affiliate partner Society6 as well.
I love shows and exhibits that have some sort of interactive entertainment to go along with everything, it was really cool. The gift shop for the show was really big. I didn’t really spend a lot of time at it too much (budgeting for Christmas season this year) but I seen some really products from my short and quick scan through.

The show itself was really different from what I have experienced before when it comes to art exhibitions. The entire room you could tell was set up to adjust to the 6 feet apart rule due to Covid so we had to sit in these little sections pretty much created for a party of two. All of the Van Gogh artwork was digital so no walking through looking at paintings physically like traditional exhibition shows are typically done, it was completely done on screen. It was cool seeing each painting with movement. Once we left the show, we were directed on into Camp North End where there were other galleries and gift shops.

This was a pretty good show and outing.
I intend to come back to Camp North End soon to really check out everything with it as well so stay tuned for a future post on my experience there soon. If you’re interested in attending the Immersive Van Gogh Exhibit in Charlotte, North Carolina check out their website here for more information on location and tickets.

Have you ever attended the Immersive Van Gogh Experience Exhibition?
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