Trillium Arts debuts in Mars Hill, while Toe River Arts pivots to serve Mitchell and Yancey counties.
It has been inspiring to see the acting community continue to come together [for virtual programs]. There’s nothing like standing next to someone, but we’re finding new ways to reach out and connect with people. Not to mention the donations we’ve gotten. It’s reassuring to see that people in the community love the arts and […]
At its fifth annual award celebration, local giving circle CoThinkk reimagined the possibilities and recognized the work of community activists and leaders.
I’m thankful to be able to show up as an owner of a business that feels authentic to me. My work is rooted in the idea that young people get to have opinions and take up space; they don’t have to wait till they’re 40. As a publicist and content creator, the most valuable thing […]
Classical music informs the songwriting and arrangements of this Asheville chamber-folk artist.
The video for the latest collaboration between Jaze Uries and Ted Marks was directed by Asheville-based Anchor Heart Films.
“I am extremely grateful for my husband Greg’s culinary skills. He’s been awesome at planning and cooking creative menus throughout the pandemic. At work, I’m glad to be learning some new digital skills with the virtual cinema at the Fine Arts and the online store at New Morning Gallery. I’d like to thank the local community […]
After nearly a decade, the Wilma Dykeman Legacy has found a permanent use for the author’s former childhood home. In fall 2021, UNC Asheville intends to launch the site as part of its Writer-in-Residence program. Xpress spoke with some of the key players who helped turn the concept into a reality.
“I’m very grateful for the love and support from my community of friends. If not for them, I might have lost my mind completely this year. In my professional work, I’m grateful for space and time. Over the past year, our band has been able to get a space to be our most creative versions […]
The itinerant singer/songwriter and the Asheville-based musical collective took decidedly different paths in crafting their latest works.
Open Hearts and Ian Wilkinson collaborate, ACT premieres Maria Young’s new play and more area arts news.
The husband-and-wife duo put on a high-quality show at the Maggie Valley Festival Grounds, but the overall audience experience has room for improvement.
Unable to host the in-person events that they’ve come to rely on for funding, these two local nonprofits are scraping by, thanks to loyal supporters and innovation.
The arts-based after-school program centers the leadership and creativity of Black and Brown youths ages 13-19.
The Asheville-based singer/songwriter worked with fellow local musician Laura Boswell on her latest video.
An annual event pivots to online, Different Wrld readies to open in the former Mothlight space and more area arts news.
The prolific artist helps fill the void left by live music with a stunning collaboration-rich collection.
The Porch, Street Creature Puppets and Asheville Improv Collective are among the area organizations that have been displaced since March.
The Asheville-based gardener, entrepreneur, conservationist and philanthropist died on Oct. 26 due to complications from Parkinson’s disease. He was 72 years old.
In her latest novel, “And the Crows Took Their Eyes,” local author Vicki Lane considers the impact of the 1863 Shelton Laurel Massacre and the consequences it had on both the victims’ families and the perpetrators of the event.
The longtime area guitarist reflects on his superb new album and the existential nature of improvisational music.