The weekend-long gathering focuses on seven films’ potential for social change.
The Asheville-based singer/songwriter brings a full band to the Isis Lounge on Feb. 22.
The new monthly series kicks off Feb. 20 at the YMI Cultural Center.
A recent winner of the people’s choice award at the Brown Bag Songwriting Competition, Kozak is better known for leading Thomas Kozak and the Poets.
Desmelik has parlayed his years as a songwriter into sussing language from the non-verbal compositions.
The LEAF Global Arts center will celebrate its grand opening on Friday, Feb. 14 with a series of events.
“One of the reasons I felt comfortable living [in Asheville was because] there are some amazing musicians here who I’ve become friends with,” says Mike Savino. “I’ve felt very welcomed in this community [and] I’ve been very inspired by a lot of musicians here.”
The Living Arts Foundation’s latest show debuts Feb. 13.
Asheville’s newest Valentine’s Day soirée doesn’t quite embody traditional romance.
The acclaimed dance company performs at Diana Wortham Theatre, Feb. 14 and 15.
The Sublime Theater’s new play debuts Feb. 13 at at The BeBe Theater.
The author discusses her new book at Malaprop’s on Feb. 13.
‘Basic Glitches’ is packed full of insistent electroclash anthems like “Skip,” tunes seemingly designed as much for singalongs as to drive listeners onto the dance floor.
“I’ve always felt like it’s important to use this platform for good,” says producer Madame Onça. “This is social justice wrapped up as a party.”
The “California roots orchestra” plays The Grey Eagle on Feb. 9.
“Really digging into the collaborative process, I learned how a song touched by different hands becomes this really cool thing,” AJ Haynes says. “It doesn’t detract from its uniqueness.”
Devils in Dust, Rebecca and the Reckoning and Tim McWilliams pay tribute to country music legends, Feb. 9 at Isis.
The author will present her book and give a lecture at Asheville Raven & Crone on Friday, Feb. 7.
Omileye Achikeobi-Lewis’ exhibition has an opening reception Feb. 8 at The BLOCK off Biltmore.
The comedian, science podcaster and psychedelic advocate brings a pair of shows to the Funkatorium on Feb. 6.
“Other than a new roof, the exterior shell and a few walls here and there, we’re looking at a brand-new facility,” said Chris Corl, general manager of Harrah’s Cherokee Center — Asheville, as he displayed concepts for the auditorium developed by the Nashville-based Earl Swensson Associates. He described the plan as “not a renovation, but a transformation.”