If you’ve ever approached a synthesizer, stared into the abyss of knobs and then retreated without extracting a single sound, Moog Music may have the triple-dose antidote you need — a single-day, hands-on workshop series.
A new art class at Industries for the Blind Asheville challenges notions about the word “visual” in the term visual arts. (Photo of Becky Willis and Lou Mahoney by Caitlin Byrd)
The literary festival, now in its fourth year, features author Elizabeth Kostova (pictured here) and continues tomorrow from 8 a.m.-3 p.m. Plus, it’s free.
The Camper Van Beethoven and Cracker front man puts out a solo album and plays a solo acoustic date at Harvest Records next week.
The local rockers announce a weekly free show beginning Oct. 28.
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Ten ways to work out for free, or almost free. (Have more ideas? Add them in the comments section, below.)
From hula-hooping jams to free music at lunch time to a new Saturday market, the Asheville Downtown Association and Arts2People aim to keep it lively.