The Blue Ridge National Heritage Area Partnership (BRNHA) has announced its 2020 Heritage Grants Program, which will provide funding for projects that preserve, interpret and promote Western North Carolina’s agricultural, craft, Cherokee, music and natural heritage.
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Pink Dog Creative presents In Solidarity, an online exhibition benefitting four charities: Black Lives Matter, BeLoved Asheville, Youth Transformed for Life and the Equal Justice Initiative.
Always known for its rich arts culture, the city of Asheville saw a rapid and unique artistic response during the June protests following George Floyd’s death at the hands of police.
The French Broad River Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) has partnered with local governments and community stakeholders to develop the Hellbender Regional Trail, a multi-purpose trail network connecting Buncombe, Haywood, Madison, Henderson and Transylvania counties.
Through August, Woolworth Walk will highlight jeweler Sylvia McCollum and mixed media artist Martha Johnson in the FW Gallery. Both are former nurses and some common themes appear in their work.
Asheville Gallery of Art presents Vistas, Vibes and Visitors, an exhibition featuring the work of several member artists around the theme of what they love about Asheville.
Exhibiting primarily 20th- and 21st-century American art, AAM may be thought of as our city’s cultural consciousness, located downtown amid wine shops, breweries and restaurants as if to remind us that we need to feed our souls as well as our bodies.
Through September 30, visitors to Contemporaneo Asheville can see a selection of “urban figurative” works by artist Veronica Byers.