The event kicks off a year-long feasibility assessment and market study by Artspace to determine affordable housing solutions.
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Also, a new pizza joint called Driftless Kitchen is opening up in the Asheville Food Park, and more.
Organic Armor artists Paul Hersey and Jennifer Murphy say proceeds from the sale of their circlets will help provide legal armor to people.
Also, the work on Pritchard Park will start up in January.
The art could end up on the big screen as part of the “Three Billboards” movie being shot around Asheville this spring.
Application deadline is May 9, with the first Moonlit Artist Market scheduled for June 9.
The art show opening is set for 7 p.m. on Friday.
With a hefty financial boost from local developers, the Asheville Area Arts Council plans studios and makers space in a building on Coxe Avenue.
The return of Magnetic Midnight, erotic readings at Pulp, and more.
Three Asheville artists dig deeper into a recent conversation about the role of public art and the concept of creative placemaking.
Once a source of contaminated groundwater, the site off Johnston School Road has been cleaned up.
The grand plan is for the space to house a collection of artists who can collaborate from prototyping to production.
Big Love may be on hold, but The Big Crafty is coming right up, set for July 12.
Let Asheville’s rooftop renaissance begin: 95 Roberts will put to use a 13,500-square-foot roof deck with incredible RAD views.
The new glassblowing workshop and gallery is opening in an old automotive shop on Asheville’s South Slope.
Jay Richardson, general manager of New Belgium’s new Asheville brewery, said Tuesday that construction at the Craven Street site will peak from now until April.
Owner Robert Camille says he’s hired a commercial Realtor to sell the property after city officials earlier this year deemed the buildings too dangerous to occupy.
Artists Ian Wilkinson and Alex Irvine are asking for $5,000 after going the extra mile on Asheville’s brand new public art piece.
Here come the holiday shopping events.
Two artists are turning and old garage into a new high-end glass-blowing workshop and gallery.
More than 150 independent businesses, two stages of music, local food and beer, more!
Spruce Street Market will launch in July.
The recent sale of two anchor RAD artist studios, and the impending sale of a third, mark significant change in an Asheville’s key art district.