“We want people to know this is a place to gather,” says Jeff Arnal, executive director of BMCM+AC. “ A place to think and to study and to exchange ideas. That’s part of what a study center is about. And we welcome folks to come and do that.”
On Sunday, Dec. 7, Big Crafty took over the Asheville Art Museum with handmade items ranging from paper goods and ceramics to metalwork and apparel to jewelry and paintings.
It’s perhaps one of Asheville’s most pervasive urban legends that a young Walt Disney once worked in town as a draftsman. But it never happened, says local historian Joshua P. Warren, who unveiled the new “Walt Disney Mystery” exhibit May 12 at his Tourism Center and Free Museum.
A brief but extra-sparkly video of Brevard’s Aluminum Tree Museum.