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.
NC Stage is bringing a virtual production to viewers and selling tickets—using modern technology, through Zoom. They are presenting a one-man show based on the gripping memoir by Tim Tyson. Mike Wiley on September 10-27 will perform “Blood Done Sign my Name” on Zoom to an audience.
The Folk Heritage Committee has announced it will stream the 93rd Mountain Dance and Folk Festival® on August 6, 7 and 8.
The annual performance of Handel’s Messiah by the Weaverville Music Study Club has been postponed for this year.
Asheville Gallery of Art’s September show, “Natural Beauty,” features Elinor Bowman, known for her watercolor figures, and Olga Michelson, known for soft, ethereal landscapes. The show runs September 1st - 30th during gallery hours, 12-5 pm, Fridays and Saturdays.
With all the uncertainty surrounding this COVID 19 pandemic, the Henderson County Arts Council continues to make plans and support artists.
The Asheville Gallery of Art is inviting area artists to apply for membership by June 15.
Local theaters are monetizing productions online to get through their prolonged Coronavirus-triggered shutdown, such as Asheville Community Theatre shows and a festival of one-act plays in Magnetic Theatre.