The third-generation metalworker discusses her commitment to the craft.
Local costume shop owners share how they got into the industry and discuss Asheville’s continued support of their businesses.
With the holidays here, local arts and craft shops offer creative gifts for the season of giving.
The well-rounded presentation changed the way the research team and artists thought about presenting their work.
The Black Mountain-based artist discusses his history with the resurgent craft.
The independent alliance of artists broadly define the medium of “the print” to encompass a wide range of processes and content, using creative approaches both traditional and experimental.
Aquatic creatures flock to Lake Tomahawk, two pairs of artists form new studios and more area arts news.
Black Mountain Center for the Arts continues a long-running tradition while the Madison County Arts Council starts a new one.
The findings of Priscilla Robinson’s 14-year project are published, a recent Asheville High graduate earns a spot in the prestigious GRAMMY Camp and more area arts news.
Honor Moor, Barbie Angell and Kathryn Langwell reinterpret Grimm’s fairy tales; Concerts on the Creek return to Sylva; plus more area arts news.
Two independent projects are bringing messages of positivity to Asheville residents, one sign at a time.
Tryon gets one step closer to honoring the legendary soul singer; the Historic Resources Commission honors local champions; and more area arts news.
Local Cloth, an Asheville-based nonprofit composed of fiber hobbyists and full-time professionals alike, is leaving its space on the South Slope and heading to the River Arts District.
The YMI Cultural Center and First Congregational United Church of Christ renew their partnership; Asheville Pizza & Brewing reopens its theater; and more area arts news.
The Charleston transplant has struck a productive balance between commissions and featuring the work of brands she respects.
City officials team with River Arts District Transportation Improvement Project partners for grand opening celebrations.
The Center for Craft’s webinar series with UNCA views vital topics through the lens of craft.
Xpress caught up with three local artists to discuss how COVID-19 has altered their creative approach.
Local arts leaders in various mediums identify up-and-coming or underseen peers that readers should be on the lookout for in 2021.
Burnsville resident Katherine Savage feels a unique kinship with a small patch of ground on the campus of Warren Wilson College. The 5-foot by 60-foot plot was home this year to a crop of flax, a traditional Southern Appalachian fiber plant, which she is helping process into linen that she will someday wear as her burial shroud.
Community leaders and local musicians bring the annual celebration of African American culture online, a local screenwriter’s film debuts online and more area arts news.