Her show of confrontational works addresses environmental catastrophe, among other issues. Up through July 30 inside the Phil Mechanic Studios.
An industrial lot was transformed into a sea of flea market finds at the grand opening of the Paris of the South Flea Market this weekend.
Local artist Stephen Lange sent Xpress a note that a work in progress, a “2-foot by 6-foot diptych, brown stained wood towards the periphery with 8 red zigzag sunrays/lightning bolts in the center,” was taken from the area outside of his Wedge-building studio in the River Arts District. Lange asks that “If anyone sees this painting, please let the artist know. I’m on the second floor of the Wedge building.” See Lange’s full bulletin in this post.
Everything is relative in Culture Shock, an exhibition by Severn Eaton.
Restaurants are springing up everywhere. Xpress brings you the latest in Asheville food news.
Attention, locals and visitors: If you’re intrigued by Asheville’s creative climate, take advantage of LaZoom’s latest endeavour, the Asheville Art Tour. Hosted by local artist Gabriel Shaffer, the multi-axle expedition connects art enthusiasts to artists and offers a close look at the burgeoning art scene of Asheville from the open windows of the purple bus.
Photos by Zen Sutherland
There is a project gaining traction in the River Arts District, born of a collaboration between the Hillcrest Community, Southern Off-Road Bicycle Association, West End/Clingman Avenue Neighborhood and other interested parties. Land currently owned by the city of Asheville and the Department of Transportation is being considered for a high-use urban bike skills park. There […]
An announcement from the Asheville Police Department warns that a landmark community graffiti wall in the River District is now off-limits.
Local artist Sean “Jinx” Pace found his truck and crane smashed Sunday morning, Sept. 26. Pace is cofounder of the Flood Gallery in the River Arts District, founder of Sean Pace Gallery downtown and a creative and motivated contributor to the local arts community.
They’ve got awesome art. They’ve got terrific food. They’ve got bobbing for apples. What more could you want?
A redesign project for Asheville’s downtown riverfront got underway today when the city held a “kick off” meeting to announce phase one of the planning and design of roadway and greenway improvements in the River Arts District.
The River Arts District Studio Stroll takes place this weekend; continuing Sunday from 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Take a virtual tour with Xpress.
The River Arts District’s twice-yearly stroll is today and tomorrow. Here are some tips for the all-day action.