The Arts and Crafts movement began in European and American design during the late 19th and early 20th centuries, promoting handcraftsmanship over industrial mass production.
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The Gallery at Flat Rock presents A Cause for Big Paws: Celebrating the Big Dogs Through Art and Adoption beginning with a dog-friendly opening Thursday, July 2, from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. and running through July 10.
A new business, Provisions Mercantile, has opened in West Asheville at the corner of Brevard and Haywood roads. This location has a deep significance to Heather Wright, who is opening the business with her husband Matt. They are both Asheville natives.
From Here & Far Gallery in Asheville’s Biltmore Village features multimedia artist Tarah Singh’s exhibit One Thousand Words through the month of July.
When Jem Klein says he had a “unique childhood,” he means one largely free of the modern conveniences and luxuries that define the lives of most.
In a time of uncertainty—in general and more specifically now with COVID-19—creativity that is already a daily practice can be a consolation to professional artists.
The Heart of Brevard (HOB), a nonprofit organization whose purpose is to maintain a vital downtown, has collaborated with Brevard city leadership and local businesses to safely reopen restaurants and retailers at reduced capacity for dining and shopping.
The Craft Fair of the Southern Highlands, now in its 73rd year, will make history in 2020 by shifting the long-standing event to a digital space.