Through FR (2/27) – Screen-based new media entries accepted for Prime Time: Annual New Media Juried Exhibition. Contact for complete guidelines.
Through SA (1/31) – New Kids on the Block, works by new gallery members.
Through SA (1/31) – I Owe a Debt to the Library (Amongst Other Things), mixed media by Ana Baranda.
Through SA (2/28) – Buncombe Built, handmade instruments from Buncombe County.
Through MO (2/2) – Faces of Freedom, multiple artists’ work on theme of “freedom.”
Through (1/31) – Open auditions for the 2014 season. Contact to schedule appointment.
Through SU (3/1) – Drawing Discourse, juried exhibition of contemporary drawing.
Through TH (2/26) – Works by alumna Biljana Kroll. In the Weizenblatt Gallery.
ONGOING – Ceramics by Kate Gardner and Denise Baker.
Through SU (4/19) – Seeing with New Eyes, photography by Sharon Mammoser.
Through SA (5/23) – poemumbles, 30-year restrospective of print works by Susan Weil.
Through FR (2/20) – New Artists, New Works, New Year, debut works by six artists.
Through FR (2/20) – Paintings by Marcus Michels.
Through SA (2/20) – Ceramics by Michael Poness and paintings by Scott Upton.
Through FR (4/17) – Emergence: Crafting an Identity, works by Haywood Community College alumni. Artists’ reception: Feb. 13, 6-8pm.
Through TH (2/12) – Surrealist paintings by Hannah Weaver.
Through SA (3/14) – Erotica Asheville, works by five artists focusing on themes of eroticism.
Through SU (5/2) – John Heliker: The Order of Things—60 Years of Paintings and Drawings, retrospective
Through SU (4/19) – Dynamic Narratives, works by women ceramic sculptors.
Through FR (2/27) – Little Importance, macrophotography by Daniel Mele.
Through SA (2/28) – Heart & Soul, works by Donna Dowless and Amber Higgins.
Through FR (3/27) – Tracking Time, works by Anna Jensen and Karen Ann Myers
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) – “Barns and Birds,” oil paintings by Cecil Bothwell.
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.
SA (1/31), 9am-noon – SCORE: Small Business Accounting.
SATURDAYS, 8:30am –
SA (1/31), 9am-4pm – Information session for volunteers looking to serve as head and assistant coaches for the spring semester.
SA (1/31), 10am-1pm – A panel of attorneys will answer legal questions to individuals. Sponsored by the North Carolina Bar Association. Free.
SATURDAYS through (3/28), 10am – Singing and dancing class for 6 months to 4 years. $12 per child per class.
SATURDAYS, 10am-1pm -
SA (1/31), 10:30am – Tour of FLS Energy Solar Farm. Ride shares available. Registration required. Free.
SATURDAYS, 11-11:30am – Story Time for ages 3-7. Free.
SA (1/31), 11:30am – Registration for this costumed polar plunge benefits Haywood Waterways’ youth education programs. $25.
SA (1/31) and SU (2/1), 2pm – Waste Land, documentary. Admission fees apply.
SA (1/31), 2pm – “Weaving Ear and Eye,” a discussion of Susan Weil’s poemumbles exhibit. $5/ free for students & members.
SATURDAYS, 4-6pm – Covers traditional West African rhythms. Free.
SA (1/31), 4pm – Susan McNabb discusses her book Tryon Diaries: Tales from the Friendliest Town in the South. Free to attend.
SA (1/31), 6:30pm – John Lane discusses his poetry collection The Old Rob Poems.
SA (1/31), 7:30pm – Travis LeDoyt, Elvis impersonator. $21/ $16 WCU faculty & staff/ $7 students & children. In the Bardo Arts Center.
WEDNESDAYS through SUNDAYS until (2/22) – Annapurna. Wed.-Sat.: 7:30pm; Sun.:2pm. $14-32/ $10 students.
SA (1/31), 8pm – The Tempest. $35/$30 students/$15 children.
SA (1/31), 9pm – All proceeds from this concert featuring the Piper Jones Band will benefit the Grandfather Mountain Highland Games. $10.