Homeward Bound has opened a new permanent home for 87 of Buncombe County’s chronically homeless community members. Compass Point Village provides safe, stable apartments to these individuals just in time for the harsh winter weather.
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Modern history is filled with evidence of the importance of artistic expression in collective movements for social justice. The Campaign for Southern Equality continues this legacy with a program aimed at empowering queer artists to explore the intersections of personal narrative and political organizing.
The Southern Highland Craft Guild presents its final focus gallery show of 2023, Creating Textures, open now and running through February 2024.
Phone books and printed maps; typewriters, slide rules and vacuum tubes; credit card imprinters; dot matrix printers; 8-track, CD, VHS and audio cassette players; and my old Blackberry (which I loved)—all are gone now, replaced by new technology.
Camp Lakey Gap is an adapted, overnight camp for autistic campers of all ages which takes place at Christmount Christian Assembly in Black Mountain. During their week-long camp experience, campers benefit from a high support ratio.
Shelly Tygielski wears many hats: mindfulness teacher, producer, philanthropist, author, community organizer, wife and mother among them. “The unifying thread is putting more love and kindness into the world,” says Shelly.
Number 7 Arts, a cooperative gallery in downtown Brevard, offers holiday shopping with its latest members’ show Favorite Things, which includes small works, jewelry, gift cards and limited-edition ornaments celebrating things that are special to the gallery’s artists
Just as fly fishing has become increasingly popular over the past decade, so has fly tying. Winter is the perfect time to practice the craft, personalize the flies that are being used and dive deeper into the sport of fly fishing.