Through SU (5/31) – Veiled Memories, metal and glass.
Through SU (5/31) – Impressions: The Great Smoky Mountains, expressionist paintings by Stefan Horik.
Through SU (5/31) – My Wonky World, paintings by Sandi Anton.
Through FR (7/3) – Beer City Prints, works from the Wood Engravers Network triennial juried exhibition.
Through FR (7/10) – Once Upon a Time, paintings and illustrations by Marcy Jackson.
Through SA (5/30) – Celebrating Color, paintings by B Adams.
Through TU (6/30) – Nature-inspired printmaking works by Dawn Behling and Myriah Strivelli.
Through MO (6/15) – Working Memory, mixed media paintings by Mark Flowers. Artist’s reception: June 5, 5-8pm.
Through FR (5/29) – Photography by members of Land of Waterfalls Camera Club.
Through TU (6/16) – Brainstorm, street-art inspired works by various artists.
Through FR (6/5) – Works by artists who will participate in the 2015 Toe River Studio Tour.
Through SA (5/31) – Group exhibition of street- and pop-art inspired works by Alli Good, Gus!, Erin Hardy, Ted Harper, Ishmael, Megan Kelly, Jeremy Russell and Dustin Spagnola.
Through TU (6/30) – Photos and digital paintings by Ron Morecraft.
Through SA (5/30) – Works by visiting Asian potters Seungho Yang and Shozo Michikawa.
Through (5/30) – Submissions will be accepted for the Hard Times Essay Contest. Contact for guidelines. $25/entry.
Through (8/30) – Submissions will be accepted for the Literary Fiction Contest. Contact for guidelines. $25/entry.
Through SU (9/13) – From New York to Nebo: The Artistic Journey of Eugene Thomason.
Through SU (8/2) – Photography by John Smith.
Through FR (6/19) – Storytellers, paintings by Arden Cone, Margaret Curtis, Dawn Hunter and Anna Jensen.
Through FR (6/12) – Works by Appalachian Pastel Society members.
Through TU (7/21) – Rock, Paper, Scissors, works by Lisa Blackburn, Bill Brown, and Thor and Jennifer Bueno.
Through TU (6/30) – Homage to Life, works by Cecelia and Abigail Frederic. Held in Blowers Gallery.
Through TU (6/30) – Jodi John + Laura John: A Mother + Daughter Exhibition of Original Paintings.
TH (5/28) through SU (5/31) – Mountain Stitches, N.C. Quilt Symposium and Show. $5.
FR (5/29) through SU (5/31) – Proceeds raised at this picnic food and root beer float sale benefit the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation. $2/item.
Through SA (6/20) – Paintings of floral designs shown in collaboration with Art in Bloom event.
Through SU (8/30) – Submissions will be accepted for short story or novel chapters. Contact for guidelines. $25.
Through SU (8/30) – Surface & Texture: The Work of John Jordan, woodwork.
Through SU (9/6) – Woven Together: From Lesotho to Carolina, tapestries. Artists reception: May 29, 6-8pm.
Through TU (6/30) – Submissions open for one-act plays on theme “Lovetown Liaisons.”
SUNDAYS through SATURDAYS (5/7) through (10/30), 8am-6pm –
FRIDAYS through (10/30), 9am-1pm –
FRIDAYS, 10am – Biltmore United Methodist Church, 376 Hendersonville Road. Info: 227-1975.
FR (5/29), noon-1pm – “Understanding Credit. Get it. Keep it. Improve it,” workshop.
FR (5/29), noon – Orientation for volunteers interested in reading program from low-income children.
FRIDAYS, 3-6pm –
FR (5/29), 3pm – LEGO Builders Club for ages 5 and up.
FR (5/29), 3:15pm – General meeting. Free.
Food truck: Melt Your Heart (gourmet grilled cheese)
Food truck: Little Bee Thai
Flagship Friday ($3 pints Gaelic Ale); Live music: David Zoll Quartet, 7pm; Food truck: Root Down & Appalachian BBQ
Interactive Beer Dinner w/ Buxton Hall Barbecue, 4-7pm
Firkin Friday: Lime Pinner; Live music: One Leg Up, 6pm; Food truck: Chameleon
(pd.) Fri. (5/29) 5:30 pm. Join The Fun Conspiracy for a Dance Walk downtown to raise awareness about the importance of play for wellbeing. All ages. FREE. More info @ www.thefunconspiracy.com.
LAST FRIDAYS (3/27) until (6/26), 6pm – “Pesticides: Use, Misuse and Alternatives,” four-part public forum. Free.
Live music: Murmuration, 6pm
FR (5/29), 6:30pm – The 5,000 Fingers of Dr. T, screening and pajama party for kids. Discussion of nightmares follows. Free.
FR (5/29), 6:30pm – Timothy Spira discusses his book Waterfalls & Wildflowers in the Southern Appalachians. Free to attend.
FRIDAYS, 7pm –
Live music: The Pea Pickin’ Hearts, 8pm; Food Truck: Farm To Fender
FRIDAYS through SUNDAYS until (5/30), 7:30pm – Romeo and Juliet. Free.
FRIDAYS through SUNDAYS until (5/31) – Moon Over Buffalo. Fri.&Sat.: 7:30pm; Sun.: 2:30pm. $16/$11 students.
FR (5/29), 7:30pm – “Process vs Product: Shifting Values in Art, Craft and Design,” presentation. Free.
THURSDAYS through SATURDAYS (5/28) until (7/4), 7:30pm – The Merchant of Asheville (A Locally Sourced Comedy). $23/$20 advance.
WEDNESDAYS through FRIDAYS until (5/31), 8pm – Always … Patsy Cline, musical. $15-$40.
FR (5/29) & SA (5/30), 8pm – Staring Contest, an Accordion Time Machine production. $12/$10 advance.
Live music: Amandla, 8pm; Food truck: Tin Can Pizzaria