Making History: Guild Craft Fair celebrates 70 years

Making History: Guild Craft Fair celebrates 70 years

Volume
23
/ Issue
52

Cover Design Credit:

Scott Southwick

Cover Photography Credit:

Southern Highland Craft Guild
Held in Asheville since 1951, the Craft Fair of the Southern Highlands celebrates its 70th year during its Friday, July 21, to Sunday, July 23, event at the U.S. Cellular Center.

arts

  • Craft Fair of the Southern Highlands celebrates 70 years

    -by Alli Marshall
    The biannual event returns to the U.S. Cellular Center Friday, July 21, to Sunday, July 23.
  • Smart bets: Jazz at Jargon

    -by Emily Glaser
    Andrew LaPrise Trio plays on Friday, July 21, and Rick Simerly Trio on Saturday, July 22, both at 10:30 p.m.
  • Folkmoot returns for its 34th year

    -by Lauren Stepp
    This year’s iteration, running from Thursday, July 20, to Sunday, July 30, features folk dance collectives from India, the Netherlands, Slovenia, Argentina, Russia, Israel, Taiwan and Wales. Traditional Appalachian and…
  • Asheville Creative Arts stages ‘Click, Clack, Moo, Cows that Type’

    -by Timothy Burkhardt
    A group of barnyard bovines find a typewriter and use it to demand better treatment from their owner: This is the storyline of Click, Clack, Moo: Cows That Type, a…
  • Smart bets: For Rumbough

    -by Emily Glaser
    The full evening of dance takes place at The Academy at Terpsicorps on Friday, July 21, and Saturday, July 22.
  • Ashley Heath headlines a local music showcase at The Orange Peel

    -by Bill Kopp
    Two short years ago, singer-songwriter Ashley Heath was working by day as a barista and playing music at night. She made the jump to being a full-time musician, releasing her…
  • Smart bets: SIYAH

    -by Emily Glaser
    The positive hip-hop artist will perform at The Pritchard Park Summer Series on Thursday, July 20
  • Conscious Party: Magic and Mind Reading

    -by Molly Horak
    WHAT: “Magic and Mind Reading Mysteries” show to benefit Vanishing Wheelchair WHEN: Sunday, July 23, 3 p.m WHERE: St. Mary’s Episcopal Church WHY: Using intuition, clairvoyance and showmanship, esoteric magician…
  • Smart bets: Nahko and Medicine for the People

    -by Emily Glaser
    The self-described thump-hop group returns to Western North Carolina for The Good Vibes Summer Tour, headlined by Rebelution and also featuring Collie Buddz, Hirie and DJ Mackle.
  • Theater review: ‘Fiddler on the Roof’ at HART

    -by Jeff Messer
    In his director's notes, Steve Lloyd acknowledges the 1990 production of Fiddler On The Roof that ushered in his role as executive director at Haywood Arts Regional Theatre. Now, 27…

food

living

  • Growing the next generation of farmers

    -by Maggie Cramer
    The application period for the Farm Beginnings program of the Organic Growers School is open through Sept. 1. New farmers participating in the program receive more than 200 hours of…
  • Asheville professionals teach empathic discourse for uncertain times

    -by Monroe Spivey
    In an increasingly divisive and violent world, many Ashevilleans are seeking a gentler and more compassionate way to communicate. Nonviolent, or compassionate, communication, practiced by several local helping professionals, emphasizes…

movies

  • Screen scene: Local film news

    -by Edwin Arnaudin
    The Collider hosts the premiere of Asheville filmmaker Dayna Reggero's 'The Story We Want,' the 48 Hour Film Project winners are announced and more.

news

opinion