Asheville-based artists Isa Bowser and Josh Finck present a three-part experimental series, galleries open new shows and more area arts news.
The local hip-hop artist’s new album “Live the Life” is a complex, honest look at his difficult journey.
The minute-long videos, which post on Instagram and YouTube weekly, now number in the 60s. But even though the one-year mark is well past, Reitzel promises to continue the project for the foreseeable future.
If there was an award for most prolific filmmaker at this year’s Music Video Asheville, Western North Carolina native Andrew Anderson would have been a shoe-in. Six of the 29 entries at this year’s show came from Andrews’ Double A Productions company.