Part neighborhood walk, part art exhibition, the Kenilworth Artists Studio Stroll (started in 2008) introduces the creations and working spaces of 22 artists based in historic, hilly Kenilworth. Included on the route are 92-year-old flute maker Red Ute; husband and wife collaborators Ann and Sandy Batton, who make fantastical clay forms; and Robert Kline, who turns wooden bowls. Also, this year, three visitors (potter Robin Kirby of Saluda, jeweler Christie Calaycay of West Asheville and photographer/poet Tracey Schmidt of Weaverville) will share space with Kenilworth artists. The self-guided tour takes place Saturday and Sunday, May 26 and 27, 10 a.m.-5 p.m. each day. Free. http://www.kenilworthartists.org.
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