The Arts and Crafts Conference, usually held at the Grove Park Inn, will be virtual this year.
To put it mildly, it is tough times for anyone in the artistic world. One survivor to applaud is Tempo Music Center, a Hendersonville neighborhood treasure, run by Lillian and Michael Hall.
An incredible exhibition of American Impressionist paintings has just opened at the Asheville Art Museum downtown, including 70 paintings and works on paper.
No one remembers when the neighbors started calling the McCutcheon’s to complain about the loud singing from young John’s bedroom. It didn’t seem to do much good, though.
In the early months of 2021, as the public practices social distancing and spends more time than usual at home, the Swannanoa Valley Museum is offering a series of online workshops to keep hands busy and mouths watering.
Immediate Theatre Project at North Carolina Stage Company are incredibly successful in re-working the Christmas classic, It’s A Wonderful Life into a meaningful and relevant presentation for today.
A free virtual concert by the Raleigh Ringers was held Sunday, December 13th, 2020 at 4 pm.
Asheville Gallery of Art’s November show, “Opening Up to Art,” is a multi-member show featuring each artist’s personal exploration into being part of this world during uneasy times.
The Hendersonville Symphony Orchestra (HSO), celebrates its 48th anniversary this fall. Due to COVID-19, all concerts have been canceled for 2020. Still, the Orchestral talent plays on, and concertmaster Mary C. Irwin is one to be celebrated.
Asheville Gallery of Art’s October show, “Fallscapes,” is a multi-artist show celebrating the breathtaking beauty and grandeur of fall in our mountains.