The Asheville-based photographer established the James Vester Miller Historic Walking Trail to honor her master brickmason grandfather’s numerous local buildings.
Representatives from SART, HART and ACT discuss the novel challenges of planning a theater season during a pandemic.
Local artists and arts leaders discuss the state of racial justice in the creative community, one year after George Floyd’s murder and the Black Lives Matter protests.
Christen and Cory Short aim to mix nostalgic acts with area favorites and more at their 2,500-person outdoor music venue.
The travel writer and longtime Asheville devotee discusses narrowing down her list of 100 local activities for a new publication.
Unable to rely on touring as venues slowly reopen, local singer-songwriters are taking a new approach to making and sharing music.
April Bennett, Jaze Uries and Brennan Dugan take to the sea; the Historic Montford Garden Tour returns; and more area arts news.
Assistant curator Hilary Schroeder discusses the behind-the-scenes work for AAM’s newest photography show.
Tryon gets one step closer to honoring the legendary soul singer; the Historic Resources Commission honors local champions; and more area arts news.
Jazz, hip-hop, country, Americana and other traditions are represented across these three new local collections.
The Fine Arts Theatre, Flat Rock Playhouse and Harrah’s Cherokee Center – Asheville face unique challenges on the road to resuming operations.
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.
Local bands have sustained and grown their fan bases through various creative means during the COVID-19 pandemic.
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 Different Strokes managing artistic director discusses her theater company’s plans to sustain momentum built during summer 2020’s BLM protests and enact lasting change.
A new initiative more sustainably helps nonprofits and artists, more live theater returns and other area happenings.
Appalachian Dowsers members discuss the numerous benefits they find in looking beyond the visible world.
The Center for Craft’s webinar series with UNCA views vital topics through the lens of craft.
The bestselling author discusses life during the pandemic, the decision to end her popular series and its potential second life on the screen.
Representatives from White Horse, The Grey Eagle and The Orange Peel discuss their approaches to welcoming audiences back indoors.