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The Craft Trails of Western North Carolina wind their way through the region along scenic byways. Downtown, visitors can stop by 30-plus galleries, or embark on one of the many Art Walks sponsored by the Downtown Asheville Art District throughout the year.
Just minutes away, the River Arts District located along the French Broad River is home to an eclectic mix of contemporary and traditional artists. Studio strolls are offered twice a year, but visitors are welcome year-round to the funky, distinctive collection of studios housed in renovated warehouses. The Folk Art Center, on the Blue Ridge Parkway, showcases their work along with ongoing exhibits and demonstrations.
The Asheville Darkroom is a soon-to-be 501c3 non-profit organization offering education, programming, and facilities available for public use. Anyone with darkroom experience can become a member and use the facilities for $30/month, which includes …more
Home of Classic World Cinema every Friday night, "Anything Goes—Everything Shows" Mail Art Show, True Home Open Mic every Monday night, and the Twin Rivers Media Festival. This eclectic little gallery represents local artists as well as …more
Sharole has been a professional artist and instructor for over 20 years providing visual fine art portraits, artwork and decorative faux wall finishes for residential and commercial spaces. Her artwork is held in private, international collections. …more
I am a working professional artist. I have a studio in RAD with regular open hours and lots of art on display and for sale. I have been teaching Art for over 25 years and am offering a variety of classes out of my studio -#231 in Riverview Station. …more
Presenting a collection of radios from World War I to the 1960s. Enjoy seeing many early amateur and home radios such as Atwater-Kent and Philco radios from the 1920s and 1930s and as well as an extensive collection of short-wave "ham" radios …more