The Museum's new studios, classrooms, and multi-purpose space offer several options for groups to meet and facilitate lectures, screenings, presentations, discussions, programs, special events, and much more.
Established by artists and incorporated in 1948, the Asheville Art Museum is committed to being a vital force in community and individual development and to providing lifelong opportunities for education and enrichment through the visual arts. The Museum’s mission is to engage, enlighten, and inspire individuals and enrich community through dynamic experiences in American art of the 20th and 21st centuries.
The newly renovated 54,000-square-foot building opened in November 2019. The Museum presents a robust schedule of 15 to 20 engaging exhibitions throughout the year.
Join us in the Museum’s Atrium for a Gentle Flow Yoga class, followed by a social time with free coffee or tea and a fresh-backed pastry at the … more
Join docents for tours of the Museum's Collection and special exhibitions. No reservations are required. … more
Pianist-in-Residence Steve Lapointe’s nine years of classical piano as a youth grounded him in music theory. Jazz studies while in Ithaca, NY, opened … more
Drop in for this Friday’s Art Break and join guest curators Marilyn Laufer and Tom Butler as they lead an informal Gallery discussion about the new … more
Join docents for tours of the Museum's Collection and special exhibitions. No reservations are required. Altruistic Genius: Buckminster Fuller’s Plans … more
The third concert in the new “Rising Star Concert Series,” presented by the Asheville Chamber Music Series in collaboration with the Asheville Art … more
Drop in for this Friday’s Art Break and join multidisciplinary artist Luzene Hill as she lead an informal Gallery discussion about her exhibition, … more