NC Stage Company put together a Jeeve’s production as they approach their 20th season for a fundraiser--Beyond the Lights.
The Center for Arts & Entertainment present a one woman musical and theatrical journey with “Love, Linda” in Downtown Hendersonville.
The Art in Autumn showcase in Weaverville is seeking talented artists’ applications.
Magnetic Theatre is back in gear, with an original outdoor play that is character-driven examining inner & external challenges.
Asheville Gallery of Art is displaying a new collection perfect for spring.
NC Stage is alive and well, bringing the audience a full-of-surprises comical production of The Book Club play by Karen Zacarias, one of the inaugural resident playwrights at Arena Stage in Washington, DC.
Bassist Matt Waid talks about his musical journey.
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.