An art exhibit reflecting on the pandemic at Pink Dog Gallery. Plus, the 76th Craft Fair of the Southern Highlands; the art of Dr. Seuss comes to town; and more.
Show curators Connie Bostic and Marya Roland discuss the joys of the democratic art form.
The Magnetic Theatre’s One Act Play Festival, which began during COVID restrictions, returns as an annual event. Plus, a documentary about the Haywood Street Fresco is streaming, an Asheville author launches a YA fantasy series at Malaprop’s, and Pink Dog Gallery hosts an exhibit by local artists.
Local artist Skip Rohde raises questions on topics such as war and gentrification in his latest exhibit, What May Be.
The Asheville-based artist discusses the creative journey of developing a distinct art form.
On Friday, Dec. 6, the local artist will debut her latest installation, Völuspá Vision Story, at Pink Dog Gallery. Combining drawings, paintings, sculptures and textile, the work offers a visual interpretation of “Völuspá,” the first known Norse poem.
The group exhibition on climate change opens Feb. 3 at Pink Dog Gallery.