The Asheville Art Museum, Black Mountain College Museum + Arts Center and Smith-McDowell House Museum offer complimentary digital access to their exhibitions and programs.
Each Sunday, 3-4 p.m., the organization will feature works from local artists in the community.
The Haywood Street Congregation’s collaborative project is viewable online, complete with plentiful background information on its creation.
The Gallery @ Dot Editions opens an exhibition of the photographer’s work on March 20.
These days, Bellenoit can be found live painting on Tuesday nights at One World West.
At just 240 square feet, The Project House Gallery is Asheville’s newest, most intimate exhibit space, and curator Marghe Means’ latest, most radical project.
OpenDoors celebrates and supports local students through its work, and the goal for this year’s fundraiser is $210,000.
The work of regional artists Joshua Adams and Jiha Moon is currently on display at the Center for Craft.
The Living Arts Foundation’s latest show debuts Feb. 13.
Omileye Achikeobi-Lewis’ exhibition has an opening reception Feb. 8 at The BLOCK off Biltmore.
More than 150 local artists contributed 659 works of art to the hospital’s North Tower.
The second installment in the experimental art series opens Jan. 31 at Wedge Brewing Co.’s Foundation location.
Have you ever been on or dreamed of going on a big adventure? Show and tell us about it! Submit student art, essays and poems by this Friday, Jan. 31, to be considered for the 2020 Kids Issues.
The show is set to open on Friday, Jan. 24. A wide array of accompanying programs, from music and spoken word to workshops and film screenings, run through April 25.
Tiger Strikes Asteroid Greenville’s group exhibition opens Jan. 24 at Revolve’s RAMP Gallery.
“When I see pets, they’re the purist form of unconditional love and joy,” says Angela Alexander. “When I look at them, I feel those things.”
More than 40 local and national acts are scheduled for this year’s Asheville Fringe. The four-day ticketed portion of the festival runs Thursday-Sunday, Jan. 23-26, with additional parties and free events taking place now through Sunday, Jan. 26.
Of the exhibition #HUMAN, Singh notes, “This is probably the only time in my life I’ve created political or social [commentary] pieces. If you look back at my work, it’s nudes and romantic, lots of sensual energy, which is really important to my creative process. But I’m definitely finding spaces for broadening the conversation.”
The “Dark Art show” has an opening reception on Jan. 11 at Art Garden.
From theater and live music to art exhibitions and literature, 2019 produces great works across genres.
The exhibition is open to the public on the second Wednesday of each month, December-June, starting Wednesday, Dec. 11.