Through SU (11/30) – Spirits of the Flame, flameworked glass sculpture.
Through WE (12/31) – Hops & Crafts, mugs, steins & tankards by regional artist.
Through FR (11/21) – Swannanoa Valley Fine Arts League juried show
Through FR (1/9) – David Raymond’s Other People’s Pictures and Eric Oglander: Craigslist Mirrors, photography. In the Bardo Arts Center.
Through SU (11/30) – Skies Over Appalachia, paintings by Jane Desonier.
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 SU (11/30) – Gallery member ceramic art show.
Through WE (12/31) – Poster art by Joshua Marc Levy.
Through SA (12/31) – Cautionary Tales, photography by Priscilla Smith.
Through MO (12/29) – Eyeing the Landscape, photography by Ron Martin-Adkins.
Through FR (12/19) – Gifts needed for children in the foster care system. Contact to be given a wish list from a child.
Through SU (12/31) – Pet supplies and monetary donations will be collected for Blue Ridge Humane Society and Charlie’s Angels Animal Rescue. Contact for drop-off locations.
Through (12/19) – Posada: Marigolds & Skulls, prints by Jose Guadalupe.
Through (1/15) – The Future is Certain, contemporary paintings by Carly Greene.
Through SA (12/20) – Next: New Photographic Visions, juried exhibition.
Through SA (12/13) – Book Giving Tree, donations for disadvantaged children. $10 minimum.
Through FR (12/12) – Sponsor a child during the holidays. Contact for details.
Through FR (12/5) – Works by Kristen Necessary.
Through SU (12/21) – Works by Angela Cunningham and Anis Crofts.
Through TH (1/1) – Wearable art works by Edwin Bringle, Liz Spear, Stacy Lane, Nita Forde and Kathryn Faille.
Through SU (1/25) – Paintings and wood etchings by Jim Southerland.
Through MO (11/24) – Structural Abstraction, multimedia exhibit by Ian Cage. In Ramsey Library. Free.
Through TU (2/3) – Beyond Textures, multimedia.
Through WE (12/31) – Expressionist landscapes by Jean Claude Roy.
Through MO (11/24) – The organization will collect shoeboxes filled with gifts, hygiene products, school supplies for children in 150 countries. Contact for details and drop off locations.
Through FR (12/19) – Sacred Spaces, works by three artists.
Through FR (12/12) – Meghan Thomas, photography. In the Weizenblatt Gallery. Free.
FR (11/21) through SU (11/23) – Industrial Modern Art + Artifacts, works by Robert Gardner.
ONGOING – A Confluence of Elements, works by various artists.
Through TH (12/4) – Donations accepted for Brother Wolf Animal Rescue’s “Paws to Give” holiday fundraiser.
Through TH (1/1) – Short scripts accepted for consideration in Brief Encounters 2015. Contact for details.
Through TU (12/2) – Comforting Deceptions, paintings by Maggie Harwell. In Owen Hall.
Through (12/21) – Volunteers are needed to work as artist curators for 2015 exhibits.
Through FR (1/9) – Odyssey ClayWorks: A Collective Perspective, ceramics.
TUESDAYS through SUNDAYS until (12/31), 11am-3pm – Holiday gift market. Free to attend.
FR (11/21), 11:25am – “1948.” Lipinsky Auditorium.
FR (11/21), 11:25am – “Post Humanism.” Humanities Lecture Hall.
FR (11/21), noon – Monthly meeting. Held in private home. Contact for location.
FR (11/7) & FR (11/21), 3-5pm – Medicare update seminar. Free.
FR (11/21), 3pm – ‘Symphony Talk’ with Asheville Symphony Orchestra Music Director Daniel Meyer. Reuter Center. Free.
Food truck: Melt Your Heart (gourmet grilled cheese)
FR (11/21), 4-7pm – Features works by students and faculty from the art department. In the S. Tucker Cooke Gallery. Free to attend.
FR (11/21), 4pm – Teen Awesome Group planning meeting, 6th grade and up.
New brew: Thai Farmhouse ale; Food truck: Little Bee Thai
FR (11/21), 5-8pm – Caroling concert includes kids activities and gingerbread houses. Free to attend.
Beer & Cheese pairing w/ The Cheese Store of Asheville, 5pm; Live music: One Leg Up (Americana), 6pm; Food truck: Chameleon Catering
FR (11/21), 5:30-9:45pm – Panels on mytotechnologies, green chemistry industries and social change. Free.
Live music: Tina & Her Pony (folk), 6pm
FR (11/21), 6:30pm – Fred Chappell discusses his book Familiars & Dana Wildsmith discusses her book Christmas in Bethlehem.
FR (11/21), 7pm – Richard Hoffman discusses his book Love & Fury. Free.
FR (11/21), 7pm – Fall concert. Admission by donation.
FR (11/21), 7pm – “The History (and Mystery) of the Universe,” a one-man play about Buckminster Fuller. $10.
FR (11/21), 7pm – Million Dollar Arm. Held in private home. Contact for directions. Free.
THURSDAYS through SATURDAYS until (11/22), 7:30pm – Different Strokes! Performing Arts Collective presents Next Fall. $18/$15 advance, seniors & students.
FRIDAYS through SUNDAYS until (11/23) – God of Carnage. Fri. & Sat.: 7:30pm; Sun.: 2:30pm. $15.
TH (11/20) through SU (11/23) – The Muckle Man. Thur.-Sat.: 7:30pm; Sun.: 2pm. In the Carol Belk Theater. $12.
FR (11/21), 7:30pm – Beethoven’s Cello, chamber music. $15-$35/free for children.
WE (11/19) through SU (11/23) – Flyin West. In Owen Theater. Wed., Thur., & Sat.: 7:30pm; Sun.: 2:30pm. No Friday Show. $10/$8 students.
FR (11/21), 7:30pm – Music department Christmas concert. Moore Auditorium. Free.
FR (11/21), 8pm – Hour of the Wolf. Free.
FRIDAYS & SATURDAYS until (11/22), 8pm – Identity XYZ. $12.
WEDNESDAYS through SUNDAYS (11/26) through (12/21) – A Christmas Carol. Wed.-Sat.: 8pm; Wed., Thur., Sat. & Sun.:2pm. $40/$25 students/$10 children.
Live music: Copious Jones (jam, funk), 8pm
Live music: The Wilhelm Brothers (folk-rock), 8pm; Food truck: Farm to Fender