Through FR (2/27) – Screen-based new media entries accepted for Prime Time: Annual New Media Juried Exhibition. Contact for complete guidelines.
Through SA (5/23) – poemumbles, 30-year restrospective of print works by Susan Weil.
SA (2/1) through SA (2/28) – Who’s New, works by new memebrs Jane Molinelli, Juditta Musette, Elise Okrend. Artists’ reception: Feb. 6, 5-8pm.
Through SA (2/28) – Heart & Soul, works by Donna Dowless and Amber Higgins.
Through SA (2/28) – “Barns and Birds,” oil paintings by Cecil Bothwell.
Through FR (2/27) – Selma to Montgomery 1965: The Photographs of James Barker. In Karpen lobby.
Through FR (3/13)- The Nina Simone Project: Celebrating Black History Month and Tryon’s High Priestess of Soul,work by Valeria Watson Doost, Linda Larsen, and Leigh Magar.
Through SA (2/28) – Poetry contest submissions accepted. Contact for guidelines. $25 per every three poems.
Through MO (5/23) – Loving After Lifetimes of All This.
Through FR (2/27) – Wood, Wind & Water, multiple artists and mediums.
ONGOING – Art of the Book, art inspired by literary works.
Through SU (5/10) – The Birds and the Bees, themed works.
Through SU (4/12) – Go Figure: Faces and Forms, works celebrating the human figure.
Through TU (3/31) – Black, White and Red, works by Swannanoa Valley Fine Arts League members.
Through (3/30) – Mix-media works by Patricia Anastasi.
Through SU (5/10) – Betsy Alexander, oil paintings. Free to attend.
Through FR (3/6) – Vadim Bora: Portraits.
Through WE (4/1) – Hands in Harmony, Tim Barnwell photography.
Through FR (3/13) – Proceeds from art sales benefit Open Hearts of Asheville’s programs for differently abled adults.
Through TU (3/3) – Open call to artists for Of the Earth: An Organic Exhibition. Contact for guidelines.
Through SU (6/7) – Locality, works by WNC artists.
Through (3/13) – Musicians and filmmakers may submit videos for consideration in this contest. Contact for guidelines. $15.
Through FR (2/27) – The Art of Our Children, elementary school exhibition.
Through FR (3/13) – Connections, works by three local artists.
TH (2/26) & FR (2/27), 10am – Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl. $8.50.
FR (2/27), 11:25am – “Islam and the Modern World: From the Ottoman Empire to the Rise of the Republic of Turkey.” Lipinsky Auditorium.
FR (2/27), 11:25am – “Black Protest Thought in the Era of the Post World War II Black Freedom Struggle.” Humanities Lecture Hall.
FR (2/27), noon-1pm – Lunchtime Art Break: Scholastic Art Awards. Admission fees apply.
February small batch: Snow Moon wine barrel-aged wit (bottle sale w/ unique trinket each month)
FR (2/27) & SA (2/28), 2:30pm – Autumn Players’ Readers Theatre Showcase: Any Wednesday. $6.
FR (2/27), 3-4:40pm – LEGO Builders Club, ages 5 and up.
FR (2/27), 3-7:30pm – Appointments and info: 628-1089.
FR (2/27), 3pm – Interview with Lisa Delpit, author of Other People’s Children: Cultural Conflict in the Classroom. Held in Killian 102.
FR (2/27), 3:15pm – General meeting. Free.
Food truck: Melt Your Heart (gourmet grilled cheese)
FR (2/27), 6-7:30pm – Writing Workshop: Descriptive Writing for Grades 6-8. $15.
FR (2/27), 6-9pm – Indoor labyrinth. Donations accepted.
Live music: This Frontier Needs Heroes (Americana), 6pm
Live music: Riyen Roots & Kenny Dore (soul), 6pm; Food truck: CHUBWagon
FR (2/27), 6:30pm – Louise Runyon reads poems from her book The Clearing. Free to attend.
Live music: Goldie & The Screamers (soul), 6:30pm; New brew: Triple Option Belgian Tripel
FRIDAYS, 7pm –
FR (2/27), 7-10pm – Unveiling and reception for The Red Pill, street art installation by ISHMAEL. Free to attend.
FR (2/27), 7pm – Theodore Richards discusses his book The Conversions.
TH (2/26) through SU (3/1) – The True Story of the Three Little Pigs. Thurs.-Fri.: 7pm; Sat.-Sun: 1pm & 4pm. $23/$12 students.
FR (2/27), 7pm – Piedmont College Singers concert. Free.
FR (2/27), 7:15-8:15pm – “And We Still Rise,” open mic night. Held in Alumni Hall. Free.
FRIDAYS through SUNDAYS until (3/1) – A Chorus Line. Fri. & Sat.: 7:30pm; Sun.: 2:30pm. $15-$20.
THURSDAYS through SATURDAYS until (2/28), 7:30pm – The Miracle Worker. $10-$20.
THURSDAYS through SUNDAYS (2/26) until SU (3/1) – Qtopia. $12. Thu.-Sat.: 7:30pm; Sun.: 2:30pm.
FR (2/27), 7:30pm – Wind symphony. Moore Auditorium.
FR (2/27), 7:30pm – Reasonably Priced Babies, comedy improv show. $15.
FR (2/27), 8pm – Solas, Celtic-Americana. $30/$25 student/$15 children.
FR (2/27) & SA (2/28), 8pm – Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl. $28/$25 students/$15 children.
FRIDAYS and SATURDAYS, (2/27) until (3/7), 8pm – Farmer Dave’s Bicycle-Powered Dream World: A Biotech Whodunit. $15/$12 advance.
Live music: King Possum (folk), 8-10pm
Live music: Paper Crowns (soul, blues), 9pm