The Madison County native discusses his unusual path to the paintbrush and his artistic philosophy.
The former lawyer shares his cinematic route to brewing, the Asheville Brewers Alliance collaborates with its Pittsburgh equivalent and a WNC native pens a beer-heavy detective novel.
Aquatic creatures flock to Lake Tomahawk, two pairs of artists form new studios and more area arts news.
Lenny Lenox and Tabitha and Mason McDonald have found success in a local film industry that still has plenty of room to grow.
Ten local arts leaders comprise the inaugural Arts Coalition leadership team. Also, Folkmoot returns to in-person events, plus more area arts news!
Over the past year, the addition of such Black-owned businesses as the Noir Collective collaborative shop, Jawbreaking fashion store, Asheville Iridescence Yoga and Sole82 sneaker boutique has suggested a renaissance for the former Black Wall Street. Yet in a rapidly changing city where obstacles for minority entrepreneurs remain rampant, sustaining that growth could prove challenging.
The recent collections include R&B/hip-hop originals, Springsteen covers and pulsing rock ‘n’ roll.
A graduate of Notre Dame and UNC Greensboro, Daniel Crupi recently brought innovative programming to the Santa Fe Symphony.
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.
Certain safety precautions remain in place despite the lifting of statewide restrictions.
The recent A.C. Reynolds High School graduate discusses his musical journey and where he hopes his latest opportunities will lead.
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.
Terpsicorps Theatre of Dance artistic director Heather Maloy discusses the company’s return to live performances.
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.