ARTS + MUSIC

The city's first Visiting Artist Program is aimed at honoring Asheville's African-American community.

The January festival is expanding into a week-long event.

The N.C. Stage Company's theater space is hosting a singer-songwriter listening-room concert series called "Up Close" this summer.

Baker makes beautiful lamps, and Koll is a photographer.

The gallery will celebrate its new location with an Aug. 3 reception.

Asheville-based Cory Brent of Broken Bellows talks about his inspiration behind the duo's debut album.

The play is a one-person documentary of sorts, featuring actor Mondy Carter.

A reception for the show will be held from 5-9 p.m. at District Wine Bar.

The Asheville River Arts District includes 23 buildings and more than 200 artists.

The performance will mix both classical music and popular hits.

The event, set for Nov. 7-11 in Asheville, will give artists, scientists and environmentalists an opportunity to work together creatively on environmental issues.

A perfectly functional film that's sure to please many and prove harmless to the rest.

Reardon has been serving as assistant director for five years.

"Starbright" by Sean David Robinson was named the winner of the 2019 New Play Project and Mark Gilbert Award.

The show features photographs by several artists.

A new installation will feature the work of artist Aaron McIntosh.

Butora currently serves as the music director of the Tallahassee and Missoula symphony orchestras.

Easily the most intense and terrifying horror film to come out in decades. It won't be for everyone, but it will affect anyone who sees it in some way.

This year’s theme is “Celebrating Women in Rhythm.”

Not the best film in the franchise, but far from the worst. While mostly agreeable, Solo still has its ups and downs.

A foul-mouthed and wise-cracking meta super hero movie that works more than it doesn't. Viewer discretion is definitely advised.

The new exhibition includes pieces by 11 artists working in a variety of media who have created images or objects that hint at a story of some kind.

There will be an opening reception from 5-7 p.m. on July 6.

Local artists Mike Hamlin and Melissa Moss will be featured in June.

Warren Wilson College announces the classical music series, now in its 48th season.

With more than 85 vendors and six performance locations, as well as a new after-party, this year's June 9 event promises a ton of fun.

The exhibition at Pink Dog Creative asks 21 local artists to reflect on gun violence.

The music on a North Lexington Avenue stage happens the third Friday of the month from May through September.

Creedence Clearwater Revisited and Night Ranger will play on the South Terrace stage at Biltmore House on Aug. 2 to get the summer series started.

The Marvel Studios stranglehold continues.

The free Monday night music series will feature country, soul, jazz, Latin and funk music.

A surprisingly moving film that manages to break free of the potential for overdone melodrama.

Fian Arroyo, Rosy Kirby and Julie Armbruster will celebrate the opening of their new show at PUSH Skateshop and Gallery on May 4.

The event includes a magic show and live princess concert.

The sale will feature a wide variety of pottery, drawings, prints, photography, sculpture and more.

The April 22 Earth Day performance of Paul Winter's "Missa Gaia" will headline a series of performances and events.

The performance interweaves personal story, movement and multimedia and will benefit Big Brothers Big Sisters of Western North Carolina.

A flat and toneless destruction-fest that could have been a lot more with just a tad bit of vision.

“Advance” is an art piece that addresses the global nature of the problem of invasive species.

This year’s theme for the June event is “Celebrating Women in Rhythm."

The show, in recognition of national "Stamp out Hunger Day," will support of Manna Food Bank.

A good old-fashioned nail-biting horror movie that is as scary and tense as it is fun.

Newman's "Asheville Imagined" exhibit at the AC Hotel will display Newman’s fashion designs and photography inspired by Asheville’s skyline and natural beauty.

The grants support five innovative, arts-based ideas in the inaugural year of the Arts Build Community grant cycle.

The opening highlights unique collage and assemblage artworks created by Open Hearts Art Center artists.

Bob Boilen, creator and host of NPR’s All Songs Considered and Tiny Desk Concert, will be the keynote speaker.

The theme of this year's event is intersections through the arts.

The exhibition ponders the phrase "I am" and examines the constant moral battle between self and other.

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