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.
ONGOING – Spooky, pop-art works by member artists.
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 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 FR (10/31) – For Abigail, with my greatest love, pastels by Cecilia Frederic.
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 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, panorama paintings by Ray Byram.
TH (10/23) through SA (10/25), 8am-5pm – Includes working crafters and antique machinery. Sponsored by the Apple Country Antique Engine & Tractor Association. $8 per day.
TH (10/23), 8am – Caregiver Education Conference.$10-$25.
TH (10/23), 9:15am – Carrier Park urban hike. $3.
TH (10/23), 12pm – Volunteer information session.
TH (10/23), 12:30pm – News Exchange for Buncombe County, public community meeting to discuss issues and suggest news coverage. Free.
THURSDAYS, 1pm – Players of all ages and skill levels are welcome. Free.
Through FR (10/24), 10am-5pm – Community sand mandala painting and live exhibition. In the Highsmith Student Union.
TH (10/23), 2pm – Artist’s talk with graphic designer Douglass Grimmett. Free. Held in the Bardo Arts Center.
THURSDAYS (through 10/31), 3-6pm -
TH (10/23), 3:30pm – “Moral March to the Polls,” early voting rally. Free.
Food Truck: Tin Can Pizzeria
New brew: Storm Trooper IPA; Food truck: Cecilia’s Culinary Tour
TH (10/23), 5-7pm – Volunteer information session.
$3.50 pints at Merrimon location
TH (10/23), 5-7pm – Tech job fair and mixer with local Asheville companies. Free.
TH (10/23), 5:30-7:30pm – Not for Children Only series: Charlotte’s Web by E.B. White and Bridge to Terabithia by Katherine Paterson. Registration required.
TH (10/23), 5:30-7pm – “Up for Discussion: Two Hundred Years of the Cherokee Language,” presentation by linguist Dr. Hartwell Francis. Admission fees apply.
FR (10/24), 5-7pm – Build + Beer, mask making workshop. $20/$15 members. 21+ only. Registration required.
Live music: Amy & Mike (acoustic), 5:30pm
Live music: Matt Lane, 6pm
(pd.) …and other Learning Disabilities – 6:30pm, Thursday, October 23. Free talk about how the brain processes information and how the problems can be permanently corrected in adults and children with no drugs. Earth Fare South, 1856 Hendersonville Rd., Asheville, RSVP 828-216-4444 or Wes@WesBeach.com
TH (10/23), 6:30pm – Keynote address with James Ferguson. Free.
TH (10/23), 7pm – “Symbolism of the Sand Mandala” lecture. Humanities Lecture Hall.
TH (10/23), 7pm – Charles Cobb discusses his book That Nonviolent Stuff Will Get You Killed.
TH (10/23), 7pm – “A Look Back at the American Enka Corporation: A Dynamic Industry – A Vital Community Partner (1929-1985),” local history presentation. Free.
Live music: Slinky Effect (vinyl, classic rock), 7-9pm
THURSDAYS through SUNDAYS until (11/2) – Sylvia. Thu.-Sat.: 7:30pm; Sun.: 2pm. $20/$15 students/$10 children.
THURSDAYS through SUNDAYS through (10/26) – The Winter’s Tale. Thu.-Sat.:7:30pm; Sun.:2:30pm. $15.
WEDNESDAYS through SUNDAYS until (10/26) – A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum. Wed.-Sun.: 8pm; Thu., Sat., Sun.: 2pm. $40
THURDAYS (10/16) through SUNDAYS (10/26), 8pm – Music on the Rock: John Denver, tribute concert. $24/$22 seniors/$14 students.
Live music: Caroline Ceili (Irish folk), 9pm