Zenith is an examination of life’s intimate moments and intricate workings: a peeling back of the layers, a gaze into the microcosm.
Brett Neveu’s modern adaptation of Ibsen’s “An Enemy of the People” opens March 13 at The Magnetic Theatre.
The multi-instrumentalist and singer/songwriter discusses what it’s like to be a musician in a time of limited attention spans.
The NewSong finalist headlines The Grey Eagle on March 11.
The Buenos Aires-based collective plays a show at Isis Music Hall on Saturday, March 7.
The gender activist reads from their new memoir on March 10 at Malaprop’s.
The funk innovators perform at Ambrose West on March 5.
There isn’t a title track, but the poetry of the album’s moniker warrants reflection. The names of the album’s eight tracks almost make up a story — that kind of surreal, late-night whisper session between good friends as sleep closes in. “Underneath,” “Coyote,” “November” … is this part of the list from the narrator who was trying to describe one person to another?
The Hola Cultural Center is intended to provide a central, physical location where people from all cultures can connect through the arts.
The local group will play an album release show at The Mothlight on Saturday, March 14.
The Moogfest veteran plays The Grey Eagle on Feb. 29.
The Peruvian-born, Asheville-based artist plays an EP release show Feb. 29 at the Tina McGuire Theater.
OpenDoors celebrates and supports local students through its work, and the goal for this year’s fundraiser is $210,000.
“Palimpsest” releases new episodes bi-weekly on Tuesdays.
Three Southeastern-based improvisational groups perform Feb. 28 at Fleetwood’s.
The work of regional artists Joshua Adams and Jiha Moon is currently on display at the Center for Craft.
Isa Burke, Eleanor Buckland and Mali Obomsawin met in college and released their first record in 2016.
Poets are asked to submit work around the theme of a famous or noteworthy person/personality in Western North Carolina.
Artistic modalities aren’t gendered any more than, say, cuisines, dance styles or literary genres. Yet, historically, certain forms of making have been more associated with female-bodied people (fiber arts and jewelry design among them) while other skill sets, such as electronics, blacksmithing and welding, have been associated with male artists. “I really like being able […]
Andromeda has a big and beautiful sound that begs to be played at high volume.
The national tour stops by Diana Wortham Theatre on Feb. 23.