On Saturday, March 20 at 7 p.m., the Wortham Center for the Performing Arts presents “Virtually Impossible,” a brand-new and spellbinding show by internationally renowned magician and mentalist Joshua Lozoff, all live-streamed via Zoom from the comforts of home.

      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…

        Blue Ridge Books will be hosting a virtual book launch with author Darryl Bollinger on Wednesday, March 24 at 6:30 p.m. He will be talking about his new book "The Healing Tree."

          Meet local author Bob Plott in person during a meet and greet event at Blue Ridge Books. He will be dropping by at 2 p.m. on Saturday, March 27 to talk about his book, "Smoky Mountain Railways."

            Next up on the HART Virtual Stage comes the hilarious and heart-felt review, A Perfect Relationship. Through the HART Virtual Stage, HART was able to safely bring artistic opportunities to the artists of WNC in 2020 and that commitment continues in 2021.

              The WNC Nature Center is hosting virtual trivia through the month of March - so put your critter knowledge to the test with educators from the Friends of the WNC Nature Center hosting weekly trivia nights.

                Bardo Arts Center presents, Picture Character, from March 14-17, a documentary exploring the history and impact of the now-ubiquitous emojis. Most people are familiar with the classic smiley face often used in texts and social media but with the rise of mobile phones, the use of emojis (Japa…

                  Self-care is more important than ever. During a virtual program offered by the Haywood County Public Library, teens can learn how to use a few simple items to create a spinner to give you a break from technology and for relaxation.

                    TheatreUNCA will stage two virtual performances of Hindsight 2020, a project using performed written pieces, recorded performances and live-streamed dance and music performances that explore empathy, expression, and realization in regard to the ways in which the events of 2020 have affected …

                      Join Kay Dunn and Susan Coleman, touring docents, for an interactive conversation about three artworks in our Collection and special exhibition Across the Atlantic: American Impressionism Through the French Lens.