The Center is offering free, unguided visits and affordable tours of its exhibitions to the public. Guests can reserve a 30-minute visit to explore the current exhibitions, learn more about the Center’s national impact in their Craft Research Fund Study Collection, and enjoy interactive activities. Unguided visits and guided tours are available to Asheville locals and visitors Tuesday-Friday, 12-6pm. Children under 12 years old and under are free, but please be sure to register with the "Kids Ticket" option. The National Craft Innovation Hub is a creative destination & resource for artists, researchers, curators, and the local community. These spaces serve as a platform for investigating contemporary practices of making in the shifting creative landscape of the 21st century.
Please note, the capacity of each room is dependent upon setup and health and safety guidelines.
|Ideation Lab (Basement)||3000||X||175||75||150|
|Michael Sherrill Loft||1100||X||36||36||49|
|Sarah and Bill Morgan Board Room||500||X||16|
|UNC Asheville Conference Room||150||X||8|
|Warren Wilson College Conference Room||150||X||5|
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The daughter, granddaughter, and sister of carpenters, artist, and material culture scholar BA Harrington carries craft lineage into contemporary … more
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