Through SU (10/11), Heroes and Villains!, a member artist group show.
Through TU (9/8) – Annual member’s juried art exhibition.
Through MO (9/7) – To The Harbormaster, paintings by Amanda Seckington.
Through SA (9/5) – Contemporary Muralism in Context: Street Art, Public Art, and Graffiti.
Through (9/19) – Adieu original paintings on wood by Heather Shirin.
Through SA (9/19) – Wax, featuring work of nine artists who include wax in their creative process.
Through SA (9/26) – Local authors’ books are showcased. Free to attend.
Through TH (9/17) – Unfathomable, silverpoint and mixed media by Carol Prusa. Held in S. Tucker Cooke Gallery.
Through WE (9/30) – Ceramic art of Barbara Quartrone and Dyann Myers.
Through SU (1/24) – Cubism and Other-isms, the work of William Wegman.
WEDNESDAYS through SATURDAYS until (9/6), 8pm – Crimes of the Heart. $15-$40.
Through WE (9/30) – Renewal: Meditations on Nature, watercolor and ink paintings by Sandra Brugh Moore. Opening reception: Sept. 4, 5-8pm.
Through WE (9/30) – Autumn plein air landscape paintings group show.
Through SA (10/10) – Historic furniture and wood carvings from the Tryon Toy Makers.
Through TU (9/15) – Submissions will be accepted for cover art for the Biltmore Village brochure. Contact for guidelines. Free.
Through SA (9/5) – Open call auditions for children ages 9-14. Contact for guidelines. Free to attend.
FR (9/4) through MO (9/7) – Annual celebration of the apple industry with street fair, arts & crafts, entertainment, parade and more. Contact for full schedule. Free to attend. Held in Downtown Hendersonville.
FR (9/4) through TH (12/31) – Convergence/Divergence: Exploring Black Mountain College + Chicago’s New Bauhaus/Institute of Design, exhibition. Opening reception: Sept. 4, 5:30-8pm.
FR (9/4) through SA (12/19) – Photography by Endia Beal, multimedia art by Kirsten Stolle, and mixed media paintings by Ruth Ava Lyons. Artists’ reception: Nov. 6, 6-10pm. Held in the Turchin Center.
Through SA (9/5) – Topophilia, prints by Tatiana Potts. Held in Owen Hall.
Through WE (9/30) – Sculptor applications accepted for City of Lenoir outdoor sculpture gallery. Contact for guidelines. Free.
FR (9/4) through SA (1/9) – Made in WNC, textile, furniture, ceramics, and art exhibit exploring how craft, design, and production relate. Opening reception: Sept. 4, 6-9pm.
Through (11/30) – Submissions accepted for July 2016-June 2017 exhibitions at the AAAC. Contact for guidelines. Free.
FR (9/4), 7-10am – Proceeds from the Kiwanas Annual Pancake Breakfast benefit Hendersonville Kiwanas Club Programs. $7.
1st FRIDAYS, 5pm – Monthly peace vigil. Free. Held at the Vance Monument in Pack Square.
SUNDAYS through SATURDAYS (5/7) through (10/30), 8am-6pm –
FRIDAYS and SATURDAYS (9/4) through (9/20), 7:30pm – The Actor’s Center of Asheville presents Art. $15.
FRIDAYS through (10/30), 9am-1pm –
FR (9/4), 9:30am – From Perusal to Performance: Helpful hints and practical guidelines for the learning process, presentation by Ruby Morgan. Free.
FRIDAYS, 10am – Biltmore United Methodist Church, 376 Hendersonville Road. Info: 227-1975.
FR (9/4), 10am – Moderate 2-mile ranger led hike to Little Bald Mountain. Free. Meets at MP 408.5.
FR (9/4), 11am – Humanities Lecture: “Postcolonialism.” Held in the Humanities Lecture Hall.
FR (9/4), 11am – Humanities Lecture: “Industrialization, Capitalism, and Alienation.” Held in Lipinsky Auditorium.
MONDAYS through FRIDAYS, noon – Lunchtime meditation practice. Free.
FRIDAYS, 3-6pm –
FR (9/4), 3pm – Fall Salon Series: Discussion about local events that use beer to support non-profits with Special Agent Stacy Cox. Registration required. Free.
FR (9/4), 3pm – “Opera Talks” guided by industry professionals. Free. Held in the Reuter Center.
FR (9/4), 3:30pm – Young Novel Readers Club: Discussion of Wonder by RJ Palacio.
FR (9/4) and SA (9/5), 6:15-11pm – Traditional mountain music and dance performances. $12/$10 advance.
FR (9/4), 6:30pm – Leanne Brown will present her cookbook Good and Cheap: Eat Well on $4 a Day. Free to attend.
FRIDAYS, 7pm –
THURSDAYS through SATURDAYS until (9/5), 7:30pm – The Crucible. $20/$15 students/$10 children.
FRIDAYS, 7:30pm – Non-instructional, free-form dances within community. $7-$15.
FR (9/4), 7pm – Proceeds from beer sales at this outdoor short film viewing event benefit Asheville on Bikes. Films begin at 8:30pm. Free to attend.
FR (9/4), 7pm – Adam Johnson discusses his book The Orphan Master’s Son.
FRIDAYS, 7:00-8:30pm – Buddhist path to recovery from addictions of all kinds.
THURSDAYS through SATURDAYS until (9/12), 7:30pm – The Jacob Higginbotham Show, one-man lyric-drama. $21/$18 advance.
FR (9/4) and SA (9/5), 7:30pm – “Impossibilities Magic Show,” magical comedian Chris Collins and mentalist Erik Dobell. $22/$18 advance.
FR (9/4) and SA (9/5), 7:30pm – LYLAS all-female sketch comedy troupe presents LYLAS: We’re Funny. Period. $20.
THURSDAYS, FRIDAYS and SATURDAYS (9/3) through SA (9/19), 7:30pm – The Shape of Things. Alternating casts for the early and late shows. $18/$30 both shows.
FRIDAYS and SATURDAYS (9/3) through SA (9/19), 10pm – The Shape of Things. Alternating casts for the early and late shows. $18/$30 both shows.