The New York- and London-based Aquila Theatre Company returns to Diana Wortham Theatre with a re-imagined and invigorating staging of William Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet.
Visitors to the Asheville Art Museum have the opportunity to view important work of female artists in Appalachian Innovators: Women Makers in the Southern Highland Craft Guild, 1930-2000.
UNC Asheville will host a screening of an award-winning documentary, Go Public: A Day in the Life of an American School District, about the Pasadena Unified School District in California.
The Center for Craft, Creativity & Design is pleased to announce its participation in WantedDesign Brooklyn during NYCxDESIGN, New York City’s official annual citywide celebration of design.
If you’re still keeping old tax returns and receipts stuffed in a shoe box stuck in the back of the closet, you might want to rethink that approach.
Moog Music was born when a young Bob Moog started tinkering with electronic circuitry. As a boy, Moog built small radios, amps, and Theremins in his basement workshop with his father and the rest is history.
To celebrate spring, Grovewood Gallery will be offering two days of artist demonstrations, complimentary wine and storewide discounts on handcrafted jewelry, pottery, studio furniture, outdoor sculpture and more.
Diversifying farmers in Western North Carolina are receiving support to offset the risk of expanding and trying new ventures.
Conversations with potential developers are moving forward and the Co-op is extending the RFPQ deadline to June 1st at the request of interested proposers.
Do you know what a yellow ribbon on a dog’s leash means? A yellow ribbon is a way for you and your children to identify that you need to proceed with caution.
A familiar sight from Lake Tomahawk, the seven peaks of the Seven Sisters form a northwestern wall between the City of Asheville Watershed and the Swannanoa Valley.
UNC Asheville is hosting Drawing Discourse, the university’s seventh annual international exhibition of contemporary drawing. The juror of the exhibition, Edgar Jerins, selected 43 drawings from over 900 works, submitted by 307 artists from seven different countries.