Penland School of Craft announces its 35th Annual Benefit Auction, which, for the first time, will take place entirely online.
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Sam Wharton, a founding member of Songs From the Road Band, has found an inventive way to cope with his suddenly empty performance schedule in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Momentum Gallery, at 24 N Lexington Avenue in downtown Asheville, hosts Emergence, featuring new and original works by three artists—Alysia Fischer, Vicki Grant and Ivy Jacobsen.
Three years of research, trials and early morning writing sessions have netted Chris Smith the prestigious James Beard Award for 2020 in the category of Reference, History, and Scholarship for his book The Whole Okra: A Seed to Stem Celebration (2019).
Artists @ Work Studio & Gallery in downtown Brevard is now The Lucy Clark Gallery & Studio. The site includes Clark’s workspace for creating ceramics, photography and jewelry, and a gallery to showcase her work as well as that of other local artists.
When Anna Kitzis began her search for a bed and breakfast to operate, she felt she was being led to Asheville. She was living in Boston at the time.
Like many of the city’s residents, Chris Johnson simply couldn’t stay away from Asheville. After graduating from UNCA, he moved to Connecticut and worked for a Fortune 500 company for three years before he and his wife decided the northeast wasn’t a good fit.
In July, Asheville Gallery of Art will highlight several of its members in a show titled Infinite Possibilities.