The DJ talks new projects and the city’s music scene.
Cayla Clark leads the way for this month’s “Best Medicine.” Thanksgiving leftovers, winter temperatures and dating are among the items discussed.
The filmmaker talks new projects and the city’s moviemaking scene.
If you’re a fan of local theater, Western North Carolina offers plenty of options.
“The way [my bonsai] are constructed, it’s not based on what I was taught or what the books tell you to do,” says Arthur Joura, bonsai curator at The N.C. Arboretum. “It’s based on what I’ve seen in my own experience and run through the filter of my knowledge of art.
The choreographer talks new projects and the city’s dance scene.
An Asheville arts collective launches a virtual gallery. Plus, a rock-and-roll exhibition returns for round two; UNCA’s art sale; and more.
“What I’m doing is preserving this important piece of Western North Carolina regional history,” says Whitney Ponder, who purchased a property previously owned by Bascom Lamar Lunsford. “This man did so much for traditional Appalachian music here and throughout the whole region.”
Asheville sumi-e artist releases a children’s book. Plus, a local teen will dance in the Big Apple; one more weekend to visit a Cherokee mask exhibit; and more.
The annual holiday extravaganza returns for its seventh year, Nov. 24-Dec. 21.
“Both collaborations with the Vance Birthplace and the Mountain History and Culture Group have been the purest representations of the work we want to do, existing in the intersection of art and activism,” says Aaron Snook, co-founder and curator of America Myth Center
The nonprofit’s writing, craft and visual arts groups forge a strong sense of belonging among participants.
A local rock band’s musical circus at Asheville Music Hall. Plus, Asheville’s annual holiday parade; a new album from Blue Ridge Music Trails; and more.
Mike Rangel reflects on the business’ run and the decision to sell the Merrimon Avenue location.
“I think some folks definitely have assumptions about what makes a book or a poem ‘Appalachian.’ I find most Appalachian writing buying into some of the marketable stereotypes from the region instead of saying or doing anything interesting,” says poet Evan Gray. “I’m not interested in that.”
The bluegrass stalwarts welcome a new member while the punks put out their first EP.
The event included the presentation of this year’s John Cram Arts Leadership Award to Gail and Brian McCarthy.
The final installation of Art in the Heart. Plus, a traveling replica of the Vietnam Memorial; the second annual Write Local, Read Local Author Fair; and more.
Filmed in January while the Asheville-based artist was visiting family and friends in Maui, the visuals find her atop Haleakalā National Park, a frequent destination during her three years in Hawaii.
Jamieson Ridenhour and Hayley Heninger discuss their acclaimed project’s latest installment.
“The brilliant thing about NaNoWriMo is that it’s not about writing a good book in a month. It’s about just finishing something,” says Asheville-based author Stephanie Perkins.