The fashion designer talks new projects and the city’s fashion scene.
The choreographer and owner of Heart & Soul Dance Co. offers his take on upcoming dance performances.
The Asheville transplant discusses his journey to landscape photography.
The filmmaker and program director of the Film & TV program at Western Carolina University offers his thoughts on the local film scene.
The senior artistic director at Southern Appalachian Repertory Theatre discusses the local scene and the work being done for and about exceptional children.
Indigenous activists offer their thoughts on a trend that’s recently gathered local momentum.
Leaders for the two local arts nonprofits discuss their recent doings and tips on getting started in a challenging environment.
Built in 1928 and designed by the architectural firm of Beacham and LeGrand, the three-story space at 162 Coxe Ave. has been home to Well Played Board Game Café since summer 2022.
This month’s offerings include blues/rock, hip-hop, Appalachian-centered Americana and therapeutic folk/rock.
Our reporter tags along with Black Mountain-based woodworker David Scott at the 75th Craft Fair of the Southern Highlands.
The Oct. 20-23 event united artists from across the U.S., representing 10 different Indigenous nations.
The mix of working artists and arts advocates resulted in a lively, productive discussion.
Tessa Fontaine, Jessica Jacobs and Heather Newton discuss their multifaceted careers and how they sustain momentum.
City officials and selected artists discuss the initial stages of the public art project.
Actors and directors discuss the importance of pushing boundaries in local theater.
Al Whitesides, Anthony Penland, Martin Moore, Amanda Edwards and Don Yelton participated in the second of three Town Hall events.
Stephanie Morgan, Marisa Blake and Mike Capra discuss navigating the niche industry.
The McDowell County town adds its second beer producer and CiderFest NC returns after a two-year hiatus.
This month’s roundup includes creative covers, alt-country, punk and psychedelic soul.
General Assembly candidates Caleb Rudow, Lindsey Prather, Eric Ager and Everett Pittillo strongly support increased arts funding for Western North Carolina.
When you donate money to a political campaign, where do your dollars actually go? For local candidates, the answer for the bulk of donations is almost unanimous: mailers.