Not only are repurposed wearables on offer — an environmentally conscious aesthetic long associated with Asheville’s design community — but the means to repair and upkeep favorite wardrobe pieces further reduces the need for purchasing new apparel.
Each Sunday, 3-4 p.m., the organization will feature works from local artists in the community.
In addition to the online concerts produced by IamAVL, and its “Echo Sessions” series, which is broadcast on UNCTV and at PBS.org, the web-based music platform also provides streaming service from a number of venues around Asheville. In this era of coronavirus-induced social distancing, such digital capabilities are playing new roles.
The Haywood Street Congregation’s collaborative project is viewable online, complete with plentiful background information on its creation.
Though both ensembles are working within the jazz idiom, the styles of music they create as worlds apart.
Asheville singer/songwriter Hannah Kaminer connects local musicians with homebound fans.
Asheville Area Arts Council is providing assistance in the form of an online resource.
Dramatic delivery, tight ensemble playing and the amount of angst and fire one would expect from a doom metal band are all in ample supply on Ghost of Cassiopeia.
“This is an experiment for us to try a different concept with what’s called ‘new dance,’” says Susan Collard. “[It] involves a lot of projection, video and film, and almost everyone in this concert is using some type of collaboration with a filmmaker, a video projector or experimental music.”
The 10 songs of ‘Best of Luck,’ produced by Ben Harper, often feel like self-made medication for the worries of the world, along with nuggets of wisdom, resolve and resistance.
The Gallery @ Dot Editions opens an exhibition of the photographer’s work on March 20.
The Whistle Hop Brewing in Fairview will host Travers in concert on Thursday, March 19, at 6 p.m.
These days, Bellenoit can be found live painting on Tuesday nights at One World West.
Much of the Appalachian-style textures that characterized Lynch’s debut are dialed back on her latest EP in favor of a more sophisticated aesthetic.
**POSTPONED** Isis Music Hall hosts the immersive literary cabaret on March 18.
At just 240 square feet, The Project House Gallery is Asheville’s newest, most intimate exhibit space, and curator Marghe Means’ latest, most radical project.
**POSTPONED** The comedy and bluegrass show stops by Hi-Wire’s Big Top on March 18.
The Christy Lynn Band, Firecracker Jazz Band and Fireside Collective all launch new recordings with local shows.
The Asheville-based Americana/folk band plays a record release show, March 16 at The Grey Eagle.
The rock quartet heads to The Mothlight on March 13.
Mink’s Miracle Medicine stretches the bounds of old-timey folk music and adds its own flair with modern lyrics and a dash of punk vibe.