ARTS & CULTURE

ARTS & EVENTS

ARTS & EVENTS
Sep 2022
“The more you look, the more you see.”

Sep 2022
In partnership with The 400 Years Project, a local photographer showcases contemporary Cherokee artists and their work

Aug 2022
Anneliesse Gormley carves and casts heirloom goods for future generations

Aug 2022
Foraging for ancient ways in Rebecca Beyer’s Wild Witchcraft

Aug 2022
The Mitford Museum launches a lit fest with top NC authors

Aug 2022
A partnership between local universities brings Appalachian history online

Jun 2022
“I knew when I retired I had to get back into my art.”

May 2022
Olive’s Porch inspires creativity, community, and connection

Mar 2022
“The labor-intensive process of basket making … interweaves ecology, culture, land, and identity.”

Mar 2022
New local walking tours for the historically curious

Mar 2022
John E. Ross recasts and updates the history of the French Broad

Mar 2022
Asheville’s first Black Business Expo brings space and support

Dec 2021
"I craft my treasure into narrative art quilts."

Dec 2021
Student health ambassadors program expands

Dec 2021
New local page-turners explore murder, mayhem, and mysteries

Aug 2021
“I am trying to respectfully amplify her legacy in a way that is relatable.”

Aug 2021
Tune in to three podcasts that are redefining local history and heritage

Aug 2021
Biltmore hosts Van Gogh, Monet, and da Vinci in a year-long multisensory experience

Aug 2021
Backed by a hefty grant, Warren Wilson ramps up its craft programs

Aug 2021
Mars Hill welcomes a standout new art space

Aug 2021
High Country gallery shines in autumn group exhibition

Aug 2021
After so many months of cancelled and postponed events, the urge to get together and celebrate is palpable. Here to satisfy is a season of great gatherings bursting with local culture: From woolly worms, elk, and Bigfoot to mountain arts, food, music, and more, these festivals truly have something for everyone.

Jun 2021
“The integration of craft and art—that is the foundation of my work. I call them ‘art-ful.’”

Jun 2021
Local authors’ new offerings, from the poetic to the profound to the just plain fun

Jun 2021
A virtual exhibit highlights the evolution of education in Madison County

Mar 2021
“So many places that are old have been rebuilt many times. There’s an interesting juxtaposition between old and new.”

Mar 2021
Highlands cranks up the new Bear Shadow festival to bring some music back

Mar 2021
Around the region, explore distinctly different visual exhibits, from Warhol to Appalachia and beyond

Mar 2021
Nate Cotterman uses the most fluid of materials to build a solid career

Dec 2020
For all of its storm and stress, 2020 proved to be a watershed for WNC authors, with a wave of them publishing particularly notable titles

Dec 2020
ASU’s Hayes School of Music offers a virtual holiday concert

Dec 2020
Three new song collections with something for every ear

Dec 2020
Close out 2020 with dazzling holiday lights

Sep 2020
“I want the paint to tell me where it wants to go.”

Sep 2020
New projects paint a fuller picture of WNC’s Black history

Sep 2020
Three Asheville-based acts serve up fresh sounds for the season

Sep 2020
LEAF Global Arts recalibrates to create connections in a time of distancing

Jun 2020
“I’m just trying to make something that’s beautiful to put out into the world.”

Jun 2020
New books to take you on and off the usual trails this summer