HHS Senior Play is on Newly-Named Orr Stage

“All the world’s a stage,” William Shakespeare wrote in As You Like It. Tom Orr brought local history to life on stage, decades after teaching drama to students.

Appalachian Pastel Society Hosts NC Statewide Exhibition

Appalachian Pastel Society hosts the 2022 NC Statewide Pastel Exhibition with internationally known juror Michael Chesley Johnson. 

The Wyeths: Three Generations

A new exhibit at the Asheville Art Museum showcases three generations of artistic talent. The collection is a comprehensive display of works by N.C. Wyeth, one of America’s most acclaimed illustrators.

Laugh Away Gloomy Days with NC Stage Company

The many antics of Bertie Wooster and Jeeves are found in the latest play at NC Stage Company which will open February 2. Hopefully laughter will help to blow your and the world’s troubles away. Due to the need for additional seat spacing in the theatre, tickets are limited.

“Roaring Rhapsody” Revives Concertos for Black History Month

In celebration of Black History Month this February, the Asheville Symphony is showcasing a number of works composed by Black musicians. 

Van Gogh Alive at Biltmore

Explore the works of three iconic artists: Van Gogh, Monet and da Vinci in an immersive exhibit at the timeless Biltmore. 

Momentum Gallery Hosts Group Shows

View a collection of enchanting, whimsical works at Momentum Gallery this season. The variety of art celebrates all things night.

Queens of Soul for New Years

Asheville Symphony Presents New Year’s Eve: Queens of Soul, featuring powerhouse guest vocalists performing Motown, R&B and Soul hits.

Capote’s Beloved Short Story A Christmas Memory

E.R. Haire Jr. performed Truman Capote’s beloved short story as a one-man show at St. John in the Wilderness this past weekend to a limited audience in Flat Rock. 

Spotlight on Groundbreaking Modernist Design

To better understand the development of an extraordinary local treasure, learn about Black Mountain College at the Asheville Art Museum.