Through SU (11/1) – Fiber Optics, basketry and photography by Billie Ruth and Doug Sudduth.
Through FR (11/7) – Abstract Autobiography for a Fractured Narrative, works by Rebecca Ringquist. In the Bardo Arts Center.
Through TU (11/4) – Works by Penland School of Crafts’ resident artists. In the S. Tucker Cooke Gallery.
Through FR (10/31) – Small Works Show, works smaller than 12 X12 inches.
Through SA (11/1) – Papercuts, small collage works on paper.
Through SA (1/4) – Appalachian Pastel Society national exhibition.
Through SU (11/30) – Spirits of the Flame, flameworked glass sculpture.
Through WE (10/22) – Essence, woodblock prints by Kent Ambler.
ONGOING – Spooky, pop-art works by member artists.
Through SU (1/18) – Finding My Way Home, works by Mary Frank.
Through FR (10/31) – Works by faculty.
Through WE (12/31) – Hops & Crafts, mugs, steins & tankards by regional artist.
Through SA (12/6) - Excite, contemporary textiles and fiber art. Held in the Creative Arts Building on Haywood Community College’s campus.
Through TU (10/28) – Carolina Colors, members’ works inspired by fall colors.
Through WE (10/22) – Call for singers and musicians ages 16 to 30 to perform at the “HCC Sing Out!” concert and domestic violence awareness event.
Through TH (11/20) – Handmade book-bound pieces by Mary Carol Koester. Artist’s reception: Oct. 15, 5:30pm
Through FR (10/24) – Paintings by Liz Niemeyer.
Through SU (11/9) – Ignition, works by Ron Killian.
Through MO (11/24) – It Was A Day Like Any Other, works by Geza Brunow.
Through SA (11/8) – Give and Take, pairings of works by Asheville and Washington D.C. artists
Through Fr (11/31) – Fauvist-Surrealist figurative works by Matt Zedler
Through (10/26) – Volunteers are needed for many tasks related to Eliada’s Corn Maze. Three-hour shifts available Thu.: 9am-4pm; Fri.-Sun.:10am-8pm.
Through FR (10/31) – For Abigail, with my greatest love, pastels by Cecilia Frederic.
Through SU (11/30) – Weirdness Threshold, works by Julie Armbruster, Tiffany Ownbey and Jessica C. White.
Through (11/7) – Photography by Joe Franklin.
Through FR (11/28) – Four Makers, Four Materials, wood, steel, glass and clay works.
Through FR (11/28) – Shifting Plates II, works by 16 printmakers.
Through FR (11/28) – Self Exam, self portraits by Ursula Gullow.
Through TH (1/15) – Exploring the Depth & Magic of Nature, photography by Susanna Euston, Bonnie Allen and Joanne Senkus.
Through (11/5) – Applications will be accepted for artists and crafters interested in selling art at the ArtMart fundraiser.
Through FR (11/21) – Swannanoa Valley Fine Arts League juried show
Through MO (12/15) – Applications open for this annual event honoring the legacy of Black Mountain College. All genres and disciplines. Contact for full guidelines. Free.
Through SA (2/28) – Exhibit: Our Story – This Place: The History of African-American Education in Madison County and the Anderson Rosenwald School.
Through SA (11/8) – Tight Impressionism, Ray Byram panorama paintings. Free to attend.
WEDNESDAYS & SATURDAYS, 8am-noon –
WEDNESDAYS & SATURDAYS, 8am-noon –
WE (10/22), 9am – “Explore Lake James by Canoe,” ranger-led canoeing instruction. Registration required.
WEDNESDAYS, 9am – “1 Million Cups,” coffee and networking event for local entrepreneurs. Free to attend.
WEDNESDAYS through (10/29), 9:15am – Seminar on self-help tools for balance and harmony. $10 per class.
WE (10/8) & WE (10/22), 10am – “Sew What?” Swannanaoa sewing circle.
WEDNESDAYS, 1-3pm – Knitting classes. Free.
WEDNESDAYS (through 12/31), 2-6pm -
WEDNESDAYS through (11/30), 2-6pm -
WEDNESDAYS, 2-5pm -
Through FR (10/24), 10am-5pm – Community sand mandala painting and live exhibition. In the Highsmith Student Union.
WEDNESDAYS, 2:30-6:30pm -
WE (10/22), 3-6pm – WordPress for service businesses.
MONDAYS and WEDNESDAYS until (10/22), 5:30pm – “Homebuyer Education Series,” HUD-certified investment class. $35.
WE (10/22), 5:30pm – United Nations Day celebration discussing fighting hunger. Free to attend.
WEDNESDAYS through (10/29), 6pm – “Harvesting the Quiet” yoga. $40/ $11 per class.
WE (10/22), 6:30pm – Workshop for property owners to learn more about energy efficiency. Free.
WE (10/22), 7pm – “Sacred Music, Sacred Dance for World Healing” performance. $22/$13 faculty, staff & alumni/$8 Asheville-area students/$6 UNCA students. In Lipinsky Auditorium.
WE (10/22), 7pm – Ron Rash discusses his book Serena. Held in the in the Coulter Building recital hall on the campus of WCU. Free.
WE (10/22), 7:30pm – Step Afrika! percussive dancing. $5/free for WCU students. Held in the Bardo Arts Center.
WEDNESDAYS through SUNDAYS until (10/26) – A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum. Wed.-Sun.: 8pm; Thu., Sat., Sun.: 2pm. $40