The Kenilworth Artists Association invites the public to its annual Kenilworth Artists Studio Tour October 7-8. Twenty-five artists will showcase original works in ceramics, knitwear, woodwork, encaustic, mixed media, glass, silver jewelry and oil, acrylic and watercolor painting.
Our Newest Stories
Storyteller/performance duo Amy and Doreyl Ammons, affectionately known as the Ammons Sisters, spent several years traveling the Southeast to share tales of growing up in Jackson County.
In October, American Folk Art & Framing (AFA) presents functional and beautiful works in keeping with the autumnal harvest season. The Harvest Table opens online Wednesday, October 4, and in the gallery Friday, October 6, with an evening reception.
A new exhibition of ceramic forms by Naomi Dalglish and Michael Hunt of Bandana Pottery, Endless Ground opens at Penland Gallery on Tuesday, October 3, and runs through December 9.
As I begin writing this, I’m seated on a bench in a pollinator garden by Lake Junaluska in September. Deadlines require that we at The Laurel work ahead, always ahead.
Balsam Mountain Preserve is a low-density private community that brings nature to the forefront of lifestyle. More than 75 percent of the preserve is conservation land boasting beautiful natural resources, including 40 miles of streams and more than 42 miles of trails
Brevard Music Center (BMC) announces the 2023/24 season of performances at Parker Concert Hall on its Brevard campus. The twelve-concert series begins Tuesday, October 3, with celebrated artists Johannes Moser and Marc-André Hamelin in a cello/piano duo recital.
Asheville Gallery of Art (AGA), the longest continually running gallery in Asheville, celebrates 35 years this October. In honor of the milestone, AGA presents the exhibition Celebration!, a collection of joyful works by the gallery’s artists running through October 31.