ZaPow! and Castell Photography both hosted openings on Friday night. Here’s what they looked like.
Attendees can expect music from The Mad Tea Party and Wee Heavy-er Scotch Ale from The French Broad Brewery at the Oct. 14 grand opening of ZaPow!‘s innovative gallery.
The exhibit, featuring the works of 15 artists, hosts an opening reception at Tryon’s Upstairs Artspace on Saturday, Oct. 8.
It’s still more than a month away from the first downtown Asheville gallery stroll of the season. But that doesn’t mean you can’t make the most of the spring-like weather this weekend and check out some new artwork around Asheville.
The Asheville Fringe Arts Festival runs Thursday, Jan. 20 through Sunday, Jan. 23. Dance, music, multi-media, performing arts, installation, theatre, comedy and more.
Galleries open their doors for another Friday evening art walk on Oct. 1. This is the second to the last of the season (the final art walk takes place on Friday, Dec. 3), so don’t miss out!
This week it’s theatre, art and music. Know of more events that cost $5 or less? Add them in the comments field.
This weekend brings art (Friday is the Downtown Art Walk in Asheville), a great book sale and lots of music. Know of more events that are $5 or less to attend? Please add them in the comments field.
This weekend brings art openings, CD releases and reading events. Lots to do, tiny little cover charge.
It’s a preschool, it offers custom art studio session and, now, Roots + Wings is also working on a tourist-oriented retreat package.
The Sean Pace Gallery, American Folk Art & Framing, The Haen Gallery and others showcase new work.
Art openings, outdoor music, book events, authors, music for dining, music for drinking, a CD release and the Summer Music in Flat Rock kick off. And more. All free or budget-priced.
Two spiritually-oriented art exhibits open in Asheville
Before and after all the free music going down at the Mountain Sports Festival, check out some of these other free and cheap events, from art openings to country rock.
There’s kind of a theme to this weekend’s Shoestring feature: Free art openings on Friday, free festivals on Saturday. Plus, lots of live music both days.
Last week Xpress ran a list of upcoming gallery and studio tours. Here are a couple additional tours to add to your calendar (along with the original list).
More daylight, warmer weather, and even more to do. Bands, art, a market opening, free burgers, a costume sale and plenty more. All for cheap or — even better — free.
There’s a good hour of extra daylight each night this weekend, and the vernal equinox (that’s the start of spring) is at the stroke of midnight on Saturday. Need any more reason to get out of the house and celebrate a bit? How about a weekend’s worth of entertainment, with no cover charge over $5.
By the time this weekend rolls around, we’ll be two weeks shy of Spring. I, for one, have been counting down the days ever since December 21, so T minus two weeks seems like reason to celebrate. On that note, here’s where to party, while spend wisely. Gotta save up for sandals and sunscreen, right?