Vantage Points: Contemporary Photography from the Whitney Museum of American Art will be on view in the Asheville Art Museum’s Explore Asheville Exhibition Hall December 18, 2020 through March 15, 2021. Vantage Points features a selection of photographic works from the 1970s to the mid-2000s…

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      Fantastical Forms: Ceramics as Sculpture is open and on display until April 5, 2021. The 25 works in this exhibition—curated by Associate Curator Whitney Richardson—highlight the Museum’s Collection of sculptural ceramics from the last two decades of the 20th century to the present. Each wor…

        When asked to name a major film that they like featuring a person with a disability, the subjects of the documentary film, Code of the Freaks, respond with “No, I can’t name any” and “Yeah, that’s a pretty short list.” Playing a character with a disability, no matter how unrealistic or demea…

          A new exhibit, When All God’s Children Get Together: A Celebration of the Lives and Music of the African American People in Far Western North Carolina, honors the diverse legacy of WNC - showcasing active communities of African American residents through stories and images of early Black chu…

            A spectacular professional production of the full original Nutcracker ballet from Imperial Russia interpreted and performed by Asheville’s own Ballet Company, directed by Ann Dunn will be streaming online this year.

              Grove Arcade announces the return of its annual Winter Wonderland holiday celebration, which has been a tradition celebrated since 2006. The Arcade is transformed into a wreath-bedecked winter paradise showcasing Asheville’s local craftspeople, restaurants and retailers.

                The tumultuous world of college athletics can strip one of all normalcy and self identity. Maria Young, a star basketball player at TC Roberson and Limestone College, knows this firsthand. After exploring the subject in her memoir, Lost in a Game, local author Maria C. Young adapted the book…