Welcome to NoDa is Charlotte’s historic arts and entertainment district – a neighborhood where the people are as diverse as the art, live music, craft beers, restaurants, custom gifts and tattoos you will find here. NoDa is dedicated to promoting the arts, living eco-friendly lifestyles, supporting small businesses, encouraging diversity and aiding fellow charities.



Charlotte's historic arts and entertainment district is centered two miles from Uptown at North Davidson and 36th Streets.



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The NoDa Neighborhood and Business Association is the official “Voice of the Arts District”: the volunteer-run nonprofit organization that supports the neighborhood at large.


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NoDa News

Find all the latest news and stories about NoDa - flip through the latest edition of our local monthly paper, the NoDa News, or download previous issues here.


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charlotte-pop-up-art-spaceMy name is CC Evans and I'm building a 256 sqft portable interactive art space where the community can interact with art, and artists can showcase their work anywhere in the world. For over a year, I have traveled around Charlotte (including Noda) and...
oktoberfest2014NoDa Area Breweries Out in Full Force for Charlotte Oktoberfestby Paula Bartlett, #thesavageway The 16th  annual Charlotte Oktoberfest brought all of the craft beer lovers to the factory on Saturday, September 26, 2014. This sold out event took...
08/10/2014 features Charlotte (with an emphasis on NoDa Breweries) visit their site or read the article in its entirety below:   The Next Great Beer Town: Charlotte, North Carolina Forget the corporate cliches—the Queen City's North...
figure-painting-classInternational award-winning figurative painter and NoDa resident, Osiris Rain, has recently moved his studio into the Hart-Witzen Annex (3224-B Bernard Ave.), and he will be holding a full day figure painting workshop on October 25th. If you've ever...
umar-art-smelly-catThere is a beautiful partnerhsip going on between UMAR Arts Center, Smelly Cat Coffeehouse & Roasters, and the McGill Rose Garden. The fruits of this can be see at the Smelly Cat Community Garden on the corner of 36th Street and Yadkin. UMAR Arts...