The work of Robert A. Tino of Sevierville, TN will be introduced into Weaverville’s Miya Gallery with an opening reception on Friday, July 28, from 5–8 p.m.
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Two art exhibitions documenting life along the Toe River will take place in August at the Toe River Arts Council (TRAC) galleries in Burnsville and Spruce Pine.
Now in its fourth year, NBC is working to establish long-term leases with Buncombe County property owners for the purpose of growing native nut trees
Asheville Hydroponics and Organics is taking urban development in stride by pioneering a no-dirt-required philosophy.
This summer, two local biologists will present their work on these cross-regional wonders at the Anne Elizabeth Suratt Nature Center in Mill Spring.
Silver Fox Gallery and Interiors in Hendersonville will host An Evening with Artists of the Carolinas on Friday, August 4, from 5–8 p.m.
The works of Frank Hursh and Robert Motherwell are featured in two separate exhibits at the Black Mountain College Museum + Arts Center’s downtown Asheville gallery...
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