Through TU (3/31) – Reflections: Interiors/Landscapes/Cityscapes, oil paintings by Cheryl Keefer.
Through FR (4/24) – Renaissance: A Book & Print Arts Collective show. Free to attend.
Through MO (3/30) – Works by Members of the Fiber Arts Alliance. In Ramsey Library.
Through FR (3/27) – In Her Father’s Eyes: A Slovak Childhood in the Shadow of the Holocaust. Held in Karpen Hall lobby.
Through (3/27) – Of the Earth: An organic exhibition, mulitmedia.
Through SU (7/12) – Keep All You Wish: The Photographs of Hugh Mangum.
Through FR (3/27) – Submissions open for Black and African-American art exhibit. All artists and mediums welcome. Contact for guidelines. Free.
Through FR (5/1) – Boldly Abstract: Seven Notable Artists and Jon Jicha: Drawings about Drawing, abstract art.
Through FR (6/12) – The Floating World, Katherine Aimone’s abstract art.
Through FR (4/10) – Works by Asheville artists Grant Penny and Kenn Kotara.
Through TH (4/30) – Impending Spring, works by realist painter Rebecca N. King and glass artist Michael Hatch.
Through TU (4/7) – Pursuit: Painting the Unattainable, works by Kelly Olshan. In the Cooke Gallery.
Through WE (4/8) – Submissions open for local short films on art and culture. Contact for guidelines.
Through FR (4/17) – A Community in Glass, hand-blown and flame-worked glass.
FR (3/27), 8am-4:30pm – Examines factors that impact health of rural citizens. Hosted by the School of Nursing. $30/$10 students.
FR (3/27) & SA (3/28) – “Mindfulness in Action,” campus community-building workshop with leaders from local groups. Held in Sherrill Center at UNCA. $40 suggested donation/$15 students.
Through FR (5/29) – Qualla Arts and Crafts: Tradition and Innovation, Cherokee arts and crafts. Free.
FR (3/27), 11:25am – “Sexuality, Gender & Identity: Contemporary Discourses.” Humanities Lecture Hall.
FR (3/27), 11:25am – “New Math and New Physics.” Lipinsky Auditorium.
FR (3/27), 11:30am-1:30pm – “Nightmare vs. Reality: A World Without Antibiotics.” Held in Reuter Center. Free.
FR (3/27), noon-1pm – Lunchtime Art Break: Go Figure: Faces and Forms. Admission fees apply.
Through until (4/4), 12:30-5:30pm – Pathless Woods, animal and landscape works on sale to benefit the Asheville Humane Society.
FR (3/27), 2-4pm – “Medicare Choices Made Easy,” information session. Free.
New brew & limited bottle release: Worm Moon (Belgian tripel w/ honey, hibiscus, star anise, fennel & wormwood), 2pm
FR (3/27), 3-4:30pm – LEGO Builders Club for ages 5 and up.
FR (3/27), 3-5pm – Spring Salon Series: Southern Appalachian Ecology. Registration required. Free.
FR (3/27), 3:15pm – General meeting.
Food truck: Melt Your Heart (gourmet grilled cheese)
Live music: Captain Midnight Band, 8pm; Food truck: Bombus
FR (3/27), 5-7pm – Gallery talk with Jason Andrew & opening reception for Jack Tworkov: Beyond Black. Admission fees apply.
Firkin Fridays: Dry-hopped Dale’s
Live music: Riyen Roots & Kenny Dore, 6pm
Food truck: CHUBwagon
FR (3/27), 5:30-8pm – Creative professionals gathering.
FR (3/27), 6-7pm – “From Hair to There: Artist Talk with Sonya Clark,” discusses Clark’s use of human hair and combs in her artwork. Free.
FR (3/27), 6pm & SA (3/28), 10-3pm – Hosted by WCU. Features women speakers with leadership roles in business, government and education in WNC. Held in Hinds University Center. Registration required. $25/$10 WCU faculty, staff & alumni/free for WCU students.
LAST FRIDAYS (3/27) until (6/26), 6pm – “Pesticides: Use, Misuse and Alternatives,” four-part public forum. Free.
Live music: Junto, 6pm
FRIDAYS, 7pm –
FRIDAYS through SUNDAYS until (3/29) – The Wizard of Oz – Young Performers Edition. Fri.: 7pm; Sat.: 2pm & 7pm; Sun.: 2pm. $18/$10 students.
Live music: Dank, 7pm
Food truck: Amazing Pizza & Mobile Global Bistro
FR (3/27), 7pm – Tickets to this jazz concert and benefit withSerpentine Arborvitae and her jazz trio will support Habitat for Humanity and Meals on Wheels. $15.
FR (3/27) through SU (3/29) – “Under the Big Top” spring performance. Fri. & Sat.: 7pm; Sun.:3pm. $10. held in Moore Auditorium at Mars Hill University.
FRIDAYS & SATURDAYS through (3/28), 7:30pm – Private Lives. $17.69.
WEDESDAYS through SUNDAYS (3/25) until SU (4/19) – An Iliad. Wed.-Sat.: 7:30pm; Sun.: 2pm. $14-$32.
FR (3/27), 7:30 – “Wind Dances,” flute, clarinet and piano arrangements. Held in private home. Location given on reservation. $35 includes food and wine.
FRIDAYS through SUNDAYS (3/20) until (4/4) – How Does Your Garden Grow, dark comedy. Fri. & Sat.: 7:30pm; Sun.: 3pm. $16.
FR (3/27), 7:30-9pm – Secular humanistic Shabbat service. Registration required. Donations welcome.
FR (3/27), 7:30pm – Ventriloquist Lynn Trefzger and comedian Glenn Singer present show, “A Night of Family Entertainment.” $21 adults/ $16 WCU faculty & staff / $7 students and children.
FR (3/27) & SA (3/28), 8pm – Accordion Time Machine Presents: Clockwork Creep. $12/$10 advance
Live music: King Possum, 7pm
Food truck: Farm To Fender
Live music: Bill Mattock, 9:30pm