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Bearfootin’ Bear Reveal

Bearfootin’ Bear Reveal

Bearfootin’ Art Walk Bear Reveal, Before they are moved to their places along Main Street, come see the annual tradition of revealing the new set of painted Bearfootin’ Bears, Located at the Hendersovile Welcome Center Stage.

David McVough’s “Connection” Winter Outdoor Sculpture Installation at Marked Tree

David McVough’s “Connection” Winter Outdoor Sculpture Installation at Marked Tree

The work, titled “Connection”, is a 325lb. sculpture honed from blocks of Chinese Chestnut. The gently floating arc can be about texture and materiality, but it signifies much more. The arc guides you through its story in the direction of diversity and connection. Marked Tree is founded on the idea of trees as guideposts or sign along your path of life. We found “Connection” not only fitting within the landscape of Marked Tree, but also capable of taking the community on another journey or path to explore.
Stop by the vineyard between February 16th and April 19th to see this beautiful sculpture before it is sent off to the Art Fields Exhibit!
VIP Reception Friday February 16th 5pm-7pm.

Winter Sound Music Festival 2024 at Oklawaha Brewing Company

Winter Sound Music Festival 2024 at Oklawaha Brewing Company

Join for an unforgettable day of music and community spirit at the Winter Sound Music Festival 2024! Hosted by the Arts Council of Henderson County and held at Oklawaha Brewing Company, this festival is more than just a musical event; it’s a celebration of local talent and a vital fundraiser for the Arts Council’s Artists in Schools program.

  • A portion of the bar proceeds will support the enriching Artists in Schools program. There will also be raffles, including a chance to win a guitar and other exciting prizes!
  • This is a family-friendly event with something for everyone. Come for the music, enjoy the great food and drinks, and be part of a community that supports arts and education.

This year’s lineup includes an eclectic mix of artists who are set to fill the air with their unique sounds and rhythms:
Billingsley: A local favorite, known for their soulful melodies and engaging performances.
Blue Ridge Pistols: Get ready for some high-energy tunes from this dynamic group.
The Roving: A band that brings a blend of folk and contemporary, ensuring a captivating set.
Henderson Country Rangers: Experience the heart of Henderson County music with their classic sounds.
Derek Stipe + Stillweather: A fusion of talent that promises a memorable performance.
Joe D. & The Regulars: They’ll get your feet tapping with their infectious rhythms.
Ryan Taylor Price: A singer-songwriter known for heartfelt lyrics and captivating vocals.
Emily Bodley: A rising star with a voice that resonates with every note.
Eric Congdon: A master of strings, blending various genres into a unique musical experience.

Annual Fiber Expo 2024 at Historic Johnson Farm

Join Heritage Weavers and Fiber Artists at the Historic Johnson Farm Boarding House for a fun filled time full of demonstrations of all the various amazing fiber crafts we offer. Demonstrations/Classes will be offered in weaving, basketry, spinning, rug hooking, knitting, needle felting, rug punch, punch needle, crochet, fiber dyeing, and many more! This is your chance to see all of these wonderful crafts, tour the facility, and meet our fantastic instructors!

Getting Started in Polymer Clay

Getting Started in Polymer Clay

Register online at ArtLeagueHVL.org

Have you ever played with polymer clay or wanted to? Come get the basics of working with this
amazingly versatile art medium. Once you see its capabilities, you can make beads, buttons,
figurines, decorations, texture plates, etc. In this introductory workshop, local artist Robyn
Crawford will teach you everything you need to know to get started.

We’ll start with an overview of polymer clay. You’ll learn about the different brands, tools, bake
times, embellishing options, etc. Then, you’ll cover some basic cane building techniques.
Finally, you’ll create some simple, yet elaborate looking, beads, pendants, or other small project.
Only you and your fellow students will know how easy they were to make!
No experience needed. Feel free to bring a snack for a short break.

Robyn Crawford studied at Emerson College, Massachusetts College of Art, and Rochester Institute of Technology’s School of Photographic Arts and Sciences. She has been a mixed media artist, photographer, teacher, and creativity coach for over 30 years and has exhibited work throughout the Carolinas. She loves working with new materials and finds that it shakes things up and generates new ideas in other mediums as well. She uses her own images, clay, acrylics, mosaic, handmade papers,hot glass, metal, resin, crystals, and more to create fun, colorful pieces of work that connects her to spirit

Mixing Color in Watercolor

Mixing Color in Watercolor

Register online at ArtLeagueHVL.org

About the Class: Learn how to mix your watercolors while creating a unique color wheel that is a work of art in itself and could be framed and a reference for future paintings. Unlike printed commercial color wheels that you can buy, you will be creating one or more of your own while gaining confidence in your ability to work with a limited palette.
Most importantly you will learn how complementary colors are created and used in your work. This class is perfect for beginners and an invaluable tool for experienced artists who may have forgotten some of the simpler magic of creating great paintings.

Artist Bio: Miriam Hughes is a former medical and scientific illustrator, my primary medium of choice was pen and ink. Color was considered a luxury that my clients didn’t typically require for the work I produced. After undergoing a few career shifts, I began to yearn for the freedom to create my own artwork with vibrant colors. I embarked on a journey of studying pastels, acrylics, and watercolors.
Through this exploration of various mediums, I discovered a passion for watercolors. Several years ago, I made the deliberate decision to focus exclusively on watercolor as my artistic medium of choice.
My understanding of the intricacies of watercolor developed through attending workshops held in various locations across the southern states. However, I truly felt myself flourish as an artist when I took on the role of teaching workshops. Guiding and sharing my knowledge with adult students, many of whom have gone on to win awards, secure placements in prestigious galleries, and experience continuous growth in their own work, has been a deeply fulfilling experience.
Presently, my artwork is showcased in two locations: a gallery in Asheville and another in Hendersonville. As time progresses, I’ve come to see myself more as a collaborator rather than solely a teacher. In these workshops, I’ve discovered that I continue to learn and grow alongside my participants, fostering a dynamic and mutually enriching artistic community

Exploring Silver Metal Clay Your Way

Exploring Silver Metal Clay Your Way

Register online at ArtLeagueHVL.org

About the Class: Let your imagination take over and be translated into a beautiful, unique piece of jewelry. Take your time and design a stunning piece of jewelry. The instructor will bring examples of pendants and earrings for inspiration. Each participant will have 10 grams of silver metal clay (a fee of $25.00 will be collected separately by the instructor). Some experience is helpful, but this class is open to all students who are interested in learning more about the medium and like to create unique jewelry. Students may want to bring reading glasses or optivisor to help with the close work, and beads if you wish to incorporate them into your design.

Supplies: 10 grams will be brought for each participant at a cost of $25.00. Additional silver metal clay can be purchased if needed.

Artist Bio: Susan Brooks certified in all 3 levels of PMC with Mary Ann Devos through the William Holland School for Lapidary Arts as well as certification in Metal clay (both silver and base metals) through Aussie Metal Clay and in base metals through Clay Revolution. She is a certified Art Clay instructor and has studied with Holly Gage and Rodi Frunze online. “The creative arts have been a passion for me for as long as I can remember and has often been my “ticket to sanity”. Whether through basketry, weaving, gourd art or jewelry making, I could always find some peace and pleasure. In 2010, I discovered the world of metal clay and became hooked immediately. the possibilities of adding textures and gemstones to jewelry is very exciting and seems a natural way to create pieces that express one’s individual personality and style.

Hand Painted Silk Scarves

Hand Painted Silk Scarves

Register online at ArtLeagueHVL.org

About the Class: Looking for some fun? Join local Artist Robyn Crawford to learn some basic beginner techniques for painting on silk. No experience necessary. All materials will be provided for you to create two hand-painted colorful scarves of your own!

Robyn Crawford studied at Emerson College, Massachusetts College of Art, and Rochester Institute of Technology’s School of Photographic Arts and Sciences. She has been a mixed media artist, photographer, teacher, and creativity coach for over 30 years and has exhibited work throughout the Carolinas. She loves working with new materials and finds that it shakes things up and generates new ideas in other mediums as well. She uses her own images, clay, acrylics, mosaic, handmade papers, hot glass, metal, resin, crystals, and more to create fun, colorful pieces of work that connects her to spirit.

Painting Watercolor Portraits w/ Bill Abel

Painting Watercolor Portraits w/ Bill Abel

About the Class: This workshop will include demos and student projects designed to take the torture out of portraiture! Topics will include: drawing the face, using a limited palette, color mixing methods, choosing the subject, and working from photographs. This is a 3-day workshop that will meet on consecutive Saturday mornings from 8 to 12.
Students should have experience in pencil drawing and watercolor painting.

Supplies: Supply list will be available. The required supplies will be underlined and available locally.

Artist Bio: My name is Bill Abel and I live in Hendersonville, NC. I have painted watercolors since I was a kid and I’ve been painting and teaching watercolors professionally for over 30 years. Painting the portrait is something I began in 1997 under the instruction of Joseph McFadden. Joe introduced me to Daniel E. Greene’s method for drawing the portrait using 4 lines to segment the face. Joe also introduced me to painting with a primary palette, using the primary colors: Red, blue and yellow, plus sepia for tinting. Simplifying this process of painting watercolor portraits was a game-changer for me and lead me to become a portrait painter throughout my career. When I teach painting, I want to share what I love about watercolors and remove the stigma that painting with watercolors is hard. The challenge is not the medium but rather the method. The key to methodology is simply to practice, practice a lot.

Try the Potter’s Wheel

Try the Potter’s Wheel

Register online at ArtLeagueHVL.org

Introduction to wheel thrown pottery! There will be two wheels so classes will be limited to 2 students until we get more wheels. Students will be given demonstration and hands-on instruction. Students will learn the basics of clay including wedging, centering, throwing a cylinder, throwing a bowl, and exploring other forms when they are ready. Classes are every Wednesday morning, so sign up for when you can come and pick up where you left off. All supplies and materials are included.

Supplies: All Supplies are provided. Wear old clothes you can get messy or bring an apron. Leave your rings and watches at home.

Artist Bio: I am a native of WNC and grew up creating from a young age. I have a B.A. in Studio Art from Meredith College in Raleigh, NC. I am inspired by nature, color, and pattern I see in the world around me. I enjoy pottery, painting, printmaking, fiber arts, and mixed media. I have been teaching art for 19 years to children and teens and am excited to begin teaching adults as well.

Advanced Cold Wax Techniques

Advanced Cold Wax Techniques

Register online at ArtLeagueHVL.org. Instructor is Charlotte Horton

About the Class: This class is for those who have had a cold wax basics class. Learn how to paint a tree using cold wax and oil paint. The example is of a winter tree where you see all the structure of a tree. I will have more examples in class showing other versions including leaves, flowers/berries, or snow. The first day you will mix your colors, create your background, and practice tree making techniques. The second day your background will be cured enough to create your tree on. All materials are provided.
Must have taken a cold wax basics class, or have had other cold wax experience.

Supplies: All materials are provided: cold wax, oil paint, 1 cradled wood panel, practice boards, and tools.

Artist Bio: Charlotte Horton is a mixed media artist known for her experimental multilayered approach to art. Many of her pieces can be found at the Art Place Studios. She likes to experiment with a variety of mediums and techniques, discovering new ways to use them and incorporate unexpected materials into her work. She is also known for including subtle, hidden elements in her work, inviting the viewer to look closely and engage with the work in a deeper, more meaningful way. It is her curiosity and keen eye for detail as well as a playful spirit that becomes evident in her classes and her work.

Creating Abstract Collages From One

Creating Abstract Collages From One

Register online at ArtLeagueHVL.org Instructor is Diane Dean

Artist Diane Dean will lead this one-day class during which students explore techniques in collage on stretched canvas. Students will combine papers, fabric, paint and drawing graphics to create one large collage. The goal of this workshop is to work quickly with no focal point, but more to distributed materials covering the entire canvas with small details randomly all over the canvas. At the completion of the class students will choose sections from the total collage to use for three (or more) collages for matting a framing. An example of the results of one of these exercises is in the Art Place Gallery with the instructor’s samples. All papers, canvas, tools and paint will be provided. Students will be able to choose from a wide variety of paper and found object and also bring their own if they wish. Be prepared to have fun with collage!

Textured Palette Knife Painting with Acrylics

Textured Palette Knife Painting with Acrylics

Register online at ArtLeagueHVL.org

The workshop, led by local artist, Diane Dean (https://www.dianedean.com) will focus on painting with heavy-bodied acrylics and palette knives in a loose style. The workshop will include several demos using various techniques, acrylic paint formulas, and a variety of sizes of palette knives. Options for students will be both impressionistic and abstract. Students will work on stretched canvas and will find that, though painting with a palette knife is challenging, it can be a rewarding approach to paint application. When applied, the colors make an immediate impact due to their purity. Many artists abandon paint brushes altogether in favor of the semi-flexible palette knife to create paintings that are full of rich texture and sweeping blends of color. Materials supplied.

Fake Woodblocks – Watercolor Gouache Resist

Fake Woodblocks – Watercolor Gouache Resist

register online at ArtLeagueHVL.org. Instructor is Miriam Hughes

About the Class: Watercolor Gouache Resist is a seven-step process to create dynamic, graphic images. Miriam will take you through the entire process and in this workshop, you will complete at least three to four 5×7 pieces. We will cover why and how different watercolors are better for this technique; what the heck gouache is and why in the world would you cover your entire piece of work with black India ink.

We can create images for cards, prints and wall art. All supplies will be included in this workshop. No experience is required, just the ability to have fun and pay attention.

Artist Bio: A former medical and scientific illustrator, my primary medium of choice was pen and ink. Color was considered a luxury that my clients didn’t typically require for the work I produced for publications and presentations. However, after undergoing a few career shifts, I began to yearn for the freedom to create my artwork with vibrant colors.
Through exploration of various mediums, I discovered a passion for watercolors. I made the deliberate decision to focus exclusively on watercolor as my artistic medium of choice. I honed my skills and developed a reputation for my exceptional ability to infuse watercolors with intense, vivid color palettes.
My understanding of watercolor developed through attending workshops held in various locations across the southern states. However, I truly felt myself flourish as an artist when I took on the role of teaching workshops. Guiding and sharing my knowledge with adult students, many of whom have gone on to win awards, secure placements in prestigious galleries, and experience continuous growth in their work, has been a deeply fulfilling experience.
Presently, my artwork is showcased in two locations: a gallery in Asheville and another in Hendersonville. As time progresses, I’ve come to see myself more as a collaborator rather than solely a teacher. In these workshops, I’ve discovered that I continue to learn and grow alongside my participants, fostering a dynamic and mutually enriching artistic community.

Mixed Media Mash-up

Mixed Media Mash-up

Register online at ArtLeagueHVL.org. Instructor is Charlotte Horton

About the Class: This class starts with printing from Gelli plates and stencils to make beautiful papers that can be used for gift wrapping, card making and collage. This will be a fun class full of laughter and creativity. All materials are provided so just bring yourself and your willingness to experiment.

Supplies: All materials are provided including paper, paint and tools needed.

Artist Bio: Charlotte Horton is a mixed media artist known for her experimental multilayered approach to art. Many of her pieces can be found at the Art Place Studios. She likes to experiment with a variety of mediums and techniques, discovering new ways to use them and incorporate unexpected materials into her work. She is also known for including subtle, hidden elements in her work, inviting the viewer to look closely and engage with the work in a deeper, more meaningful way. It is her curiosity and keen eye for detail as well as a playful spirit that becomes evident in her classes and her work.

Bodacious Backgrounds

Bodacious Backgrounds

About the class: Looking to create some interesting backgrounds for your mixed media work, art journals, collage, or other projects? Explore tons of textures and colors with various mono printing and mark making techniques. You’ll leave with a fabulous stash of hand decorated papers you can use in your future creative endeavors. Wear old clothes and pack a lunch or snack.

Robyn Crawford studied at Emerson College, Massachusetts College of Art, and Rochester Institute of Technology’s School of Photographic Arts and Sciences. She has been a mixed media artist, photographer, teacher, and creativity coach for over 30 years and has exhibited work throughout the Carolinas. She loves working with new materials and finds that it shakes things up and generates new ideas in other mediums as well. She uses her own images, clay, acrylics, mosaic, handmade papers, hot glass, metal, resin, crystals, and more to create fun, colorful pieces of work that connects her to spirit.

Bodacious Backgrounds

Art Disruption and Somatic Drawing

Incorporating tools from EMDR/Bilateral Stimulation, Enneagram Typing/Character types, and more…
Use stress-reducing tools to open up the artist’s palette to physical expressions of color, mental descriptors, and balancing of the math/science part of the brain or organized side while opening it up to the fully self-expressed side removing barriers to creativity and discovering what artwork is best for each individual
Participants will bring a journal, favorite markers, pens, pencils, a box of tissue, a box to put things in No prior exp. necessary.
Instructor is Judi Moolten.

Paint & Sip at Blue Ghost Brewery

Paint & Sip at Blue Ghost Brewery

Join Blue Ghost Brewing for a fun and creative painting class! No experience is needed-our skilled instructors will help guide you each step of the way so that you can recreate this heartwarming winter scene of two Northern Cardinals.

A LOTTO Art

A LOTTO Art

Every Ticket is a Winner!
A fun way to build your art collection.
Here’s how it works:

Art League Artists are donating a piece or pieces of artwork that would normally sell for a minimum of $200 and many valued considerably higher. A collection of 2D and 3D pieces will be offered, including paintings, drawings, photography, collage, jewelry, ceramic, and sculpture. Art collectors and enthusiasts can purchase a LOTTO ticket for $100. Each ticket entitles the holder to take home a piece or collection of artwork for just $100 regardless of the value of the painting! Tickets are sold on a first come, first served basis, so get in on the action early. Tickets are available online through the Art League website or at The Gallery at Art Place.

The live LOTTO event will be held on December 15, where LOTTO ticket numbers will be called in random order. Once you purchase your ticket, you will be issued a number. When your number is called during the event, you will select your piece from what is still available. You can browse all the work in our online gallery or get a sneak peek of the works in the gallery exhibit at the Art Place Studios gallery. The online gallery will continue to grow as new works are donated, so keep checking it. Prior to December 15th, a list of the available pieces be downloaded online or at Art Place so that you can mark your top picks. From there, it’s up to Lady Luck. If you can’t be present to make your choice, you can send a lucky stand-in to take your place!

The preview exhibit will kick off on December 2nd from 2-4 pm. and will run through December 15th when the live LOTTO drawing will take place. The event will include refreshments and some fun entertainment from a few of our talented Art League members.

Only a limited number of tickets will be sold, so get your ticket early to be sure you don’t miss out on this opportunity to take home (or gift) a one-of-a-kind piece of art from some of the most talented artists in the area, for a price that is double or more your $100 investment.

Fiesta Hendersonville

Fiesta Hendersonville

Fiesta Hendersonville is a unique opportunity to experience the best of Latin American countries in downtown Hendersonville, Enjoy live music and dance, Feast on Latin American delicacies, such as pupusas from El Salvador, empanadas from Argentina, and chicharrones, esquites, and elotes from Mexico, and Browse both local art and the Latin marketplace of vendors, Free, Organized by Hola Carolina, Hendersonville Visitor Center Stage and South Main Street, Hendersonville, HolaCarolina.org

Vintage Market Days

Vintage Market Days

Come to the WNC Ag Center and enjoy the upscale vintage-inspired indoor/outdoor market featuring original art, antiques, clothing, jewelry, handmade treasures, home décor, outdoor furnishings, consumable yummies, seasonal plantings and a little more. Vintage Market Days events are so much more than a flea market. Each Vintage Market Days event is a unique opportunity for vendors to display their talents and passions in creative venues.

Black & White Art Show

Black & White Art Show

Head over to the Art Mob for the Gala Opening of the Black & Whitw show. Enjoy Champagne, chocolates, savory treats, and refreshing artisan water being served!

“Fall for Art” Open Studio Tour

“Fall for Art” Open Studio Tour

The Art League welcomes you to this year’s “Fall for Art” Open Studio Tour. They invite you to experience the lives of local artists at work in their studio environments and learn about the artistic process as well as the sources of the artists’ inspiration. The event provides the local artists with an opportunity to share their art and market it as well. The diversity and quality of the local visual artists who in a wide variety of mediums is contributing to Hendersonville a growing reputation as a place to go to see great art.

This Guide includes location maps organized by geographic areas throughout Henderson County to enable you to plan your tour. Artist listings are provided both alphabetically and by location. Individual artist listings include a sample image of their work, addresses, and several forms of contact information. For those who have picked up their Guide prior to the tour weekend, you are invited to visit the Art Place Gallery at 2021 Asheville and see the “Preview Exhibit” of works by participating artists. This is a great opportunity to check out participating artists prior to planning your tour route.

Art Targeting Addiction

Art Targeting Addiction

HENDERSONVILLE, NC | August 25, 2023 – On May 23, 2023, Art on 7th gallery owner, Julie Wilmot, lost her youngest son James to an accidental overdose. The gallery will host an art event honoring the memory of James Chapman in an effort to raise awareness for the mission of Hendersonville’s Hope Coalition: “Preventing substance use among youth and focusing on long term recovery for anyone impacted by alcohol and drug addiction.”

The First Annual Art Targeting Addiction will be held on November 9, 2023. That specific date chosen as it is James’ birthday. He would have been 31 years old this year. Wilmot states, “I can’t think of a better way to honor my beautiful son’s birthday than to launch an annual event for Hope Coalition in his memory. Substance Use Disorder (SUD) is a cruel disease impacting countless individuals, families, and friends. SUD crosses all ethnic, age group, and socio-economic boundaries.” She further states, “Unfortunately so many people impacted by their loved ones’ addiction often stay quiet because of the shame and stigma associated with the disease. As long as those impacted remain silent the mission of raising awareness gets stalled.”

Wilmot is committed to raising her head high without any shame over her son’s struggle with SUD and eventual death. She celebrates all the love, friendship, and joy that James shared with those touched by his life. “SUD does not define who he was as a whole.”

Hope Coalition Executive Director, Julie Huneycutt, shares, “I am truly grateful for Julie’s heart and strength. She speaks a sobering truth when she states that as long as we remain silent about our loved ones, we stall the important work necessary to reduce addiction and the unnecessary shame surrounding it.”

Huneycutt adds, “Julie and I are sisters in sorrow, as I lost our beautiful Anna thirteen years ago to an opiate overdose. I knew when she died that being silent would never honor her life. Since Anna’s death, it has been my mission to do whatever I can to raise awareness, help those lost find a path to sobriety, and create prevention programs that educate youth and parents on the dangers of substance misuse. Supporting the work of Hope Coalition is vital to reducing harm, long-term suffering and the most unthinkable, death. Thank you for your support of this lifesaving work.”

There will be a brief program beginning at 5:30 p.m. presented by Huneycutt and Wilmot sharing the mission of Hope Coalition, who their children, James, and Anna, were as individuals, and their personal journeys as mothers of James and Anna who struggled with SUD. The event will also feature a number of pieces of artwork to be raffled and also encourage guests to make direct gifts to Hope Coalition in memory of James Chapman.

Complimentary beverages featured at The Buzz – A Social Sober Bar & Café in downtown Hendersonville will be served at the event. The Buzz is Henderson County’s first sober social bar and café, a place that creates an environment that gives adults and youth alike an alcohol-free social space, a quiet place to work remotely, a place for good conversation with friendly people, or just an escape from stressors of everyday life. Not only that but 100% of the proceeds go back into Hope Coalition to support recovery and prevention programs.

The gallery, located at 330 7th Avenue East, will open its doors to everyone interested in supporting Hope Coalition on Thursday, November 9, 2023, from 5:00 – 7:00 p.m. The benefit reception is free and open to the public.

For more information contact Julie Wilmot

[email protected]

Musicians from the South Carolina Governor’s School for Arts and Humanities

Musicians from the South Carolina Governor’s School for Arts and Humanities

Friends of Music
Presents

Accent on Youth:
Musicians from the South Carolina Governor’s School for Arts and Humanities

FLAT ROCK, N.C. – Once again this year, The Episcopal Church of St. John in the Wilderness will kick off the upcoming Friends of Music series on Sunday, September 17, at 4:00pm in the Parish Hall across the street from the church. The first performance will feature an Accent on Youth with four outstanding students from the South Carolina Governor’s School for Arts and Humanities (SCGSAH). The performers will be Xavier Galloway, piano, Benjamin Stickney, piano, Kate Tolchinski, oboe and Peyton Mann, bassoon.

SCGSAH gives young emerging artists the opportunity to explore their talents in a unique arts-centered community. The state-funded school, located in Greenville, gives artistically talented students the opportunity to receive professional training in one of five arts areas: Creative Writing, Dance, Drama, Music, and Visual Arts. These high school students from South Carolina also receive an intense and innovative education and exploration in the Humanities.

Sarah Yeargin, Director of Parish Communication and Administration at St. John and graduate of SCGSAH says, “The school provides pre-professional arts instruction to prepare students for careers making art that matters. The school itself is a work of art: modeled after a Tuscan village, vines crawl over wooden trellises that stretch from building to building, giving students and teachers plenty of shady space among cobblestone paths to gather outside, breath fresh air, and gain inspiration from nature. The appreciation for great art that was instilled in me there will never leave me, nor will the ideals of living in community with other passionate people who value feedback and want to leave a positive mark on the world.”

There is no charge for this event, but donations to the Friends of Music are gladly accepted. Reservations are not required. The Parish Hall is located at 1905 Greenville Highway in Flat Rock. For more information call 828-693-9783.

Brevard Philharmonic presents The Four Seasons

Brevard Philharmonic presents The Four Seasons

This poetry–inspired concert features one of the most beloved violin concerti of all time, Vivaldi’s The Four Seasons! Rising superstar Lun Li makes his Brevard Philharmonic debut, while Suppe’s exciting Poet and Peasant Overture and Liszt’s powerful Symphonic Poem No. 3, “Les Preludes” completes the program.

Hendersonville Symphony – Past, Present & Future

Hendersonville Symphony – Past, Present & Future

For over two decades, Dr. Thomas Joiner led the Hendersonville Symphony Orchestra. Celebrate his legacy, welcome old friends, and highlight the next chapter of HSO. Concert will feature Douglas Weeks, piano; Dianna Joiner, violin; and Ron Whittemore, narrator. Selections include Beethoven Piano Concerto no 3 in c minor, Tchaikovsky’s Romeo and Juliet, and John Williams, Schindler’s List.

Asheville Quilt Guild 2023

Asheville Quilt Guild 2023

The Asheville Quilt Guild hopes to perpetuate the art of quilt making, 1) by exhibiting beautiful handmade quilts and 2) through educational demonstrations. They hope to introduce younger generations to the quilt making process through hands-on experience. A silent auction, product auction, gallery and gift shop will provide handmade purchasing opportunities. There will be over twenty vendors offering a wide variety of supplies.

Welcome to Jazzville

Welcome to Jazzville

Experience an emotionally engaging synchronization as Jazzville majestically weaves yin and yang into balanced harmony. This musical offering is a celebration of both individuality and collaboration. You will enjoy selections that are both timeless and flexible in their ability to withstand countless interpretations. This dynamic jazz quartet will ignite your imagination with its boundless and transformational creativity.

Bronwyn Cronin’s voice has graced venues as magnificent as the Notre Dame Cathedral as well as remote villages in Nepal and India. Although classically trained with the late Gimi Beni, the vocalist feels most at home swinging to familiar melodies from the American songbook. As a third-generation jazz musician, Bronwyn carries on her family’s legacy of thoughtful interpretation and untethered improvisation. Her band, Jazzville, debuted their first album, Blue Skies, in 2018, and is set to release new music in August of 2023. The musician is also a recently published children’s author.

Pianist, composer, scholar, and educator, William Bares, received his Ph.D. in ethnomusicology from Harvard University. Before joining UNCA as a professor of music and co-director of jazz studies, the pianist taught at Harvard, Brown, Berklee College of Music, and the New England Conservatory. In his early career, Bares worked as a professional musician touring New York, Boston, and Europe. Dr. Bares performed as the soloist in Blue Ridge Orchestra’s debut of Rhapsody in Blue, coordinated the Sunday Jazz Showcase at Asheville’s famed Isis Music Hall, and has four albums to his credit.

Zack Page has been performing as a professional bassist since the early 90s. His work with a variety of jazz ensembles, theater companies, and the cruise industry has taken him to all fifty states, the Caribbean islands, Australia, South America, Europe, and the Far East. Zack has also entertained at the prestigious Montreux Jazz Festival in Switzerland. The bassist has had the good fortune to play and/or record with Billy Higgins, Delfeayo Marsalis, Cyrus Chestnut, Marvin Stamm, Eddie Daniels, and Babik Reinhardt (the son of gypsy jazz guitarist Django Reinhardt). Following time spent in Los Angeles and New York, Zack and his family relocated to Asheville, NC where he enjoys a busy freelance schedule with many of North Carolina’s finest musicians.

Alan Hall has been a professional drummer for over 45 years. The percussionist has performed and/or recorded with international jazz artists Lee Konitz, Paul McCandless, Art Lande, Ed Simon, Geoffrey Keezer, Kenny Washington, Rebecca Parris, and Joyce Cooling. Alan has performed with Cirque Du Soleil, Teatro Zinzanni, and Wicked S.F. Along with diverse artists and ensembles, Mr. Hall toured in Europe, Canada, and the United States. As a professional drum instructor for over 40 years, he has taught at Berklee College of Music, California Jazz Conservatory, Monterrey Jazz Festival School and Summer Camp, Jazz Camp West, Cal State East Bay, and Lafayette Summer Music Jazz Camp.

Outstanding as individuals: Extraordinary as Jazzville!

8th Annual Art in Bloom

8th Annual Art in Bloom

The Gallery at Flat Rock presents the 8th annual Art in Bloom! This juried art show pairs each work with an arrangement created by a floral artist. The judges for this year’s show are sculptor Stoney Lamar and culinary artist Susan Casey. While judging, the couple will be looking for conceptually strong work that demonstrates a high level of skill.

Art On Main

Art On Main

Art On Main is an annual gathering of fine art and fine craft that brings together artists from across the southeast US region to sell their wares, offer art demonstrations, and celebrate the arts. Held annually on the last weekend of September in downtown Hendersonville, the event closes Main Street to vehicular traffic and transforms it into an outdoor gallery! More than 70 juried artists sell their fine art paintings, works in clay, metal, wood, fiber, photography, jewelry and more. Additionally there are arts and craft demonstrations every 30 minutes, and a fun kids zone! Visit the Arts Council’s booth to purchase raffle tickets to win artwork from some of the show’s vendors.

Please note, dogs are kindly asked to be left home, out of an abundance of caution for the safety of the often fragile and irreplaceable works of art being sold.

Chalk it Up!

Chalk it Up!

Narnia Studios presents the 27th annual Chalk it Up! Watch as Downtown Hendersonville’s sidewalks are transformed into beautiful murals. Registration is opens June 6 to participate in this event, https://www.narniastudios.com/chalk-it-up

Rain Dates: July 20 and 27

Flat Rock Playhouse Presents Slowpoke! The True Story of a Tortoise and Hare

Flat Rock Playhouse Presents Slowpoke! The True Story of a Tortoise and Hare

The Flat Rock Playhouse is proud to present Slowpoke! The True Story of a Tortoise and Hare. Join Tori the Tortoise, in this Appalachian retelling of Aesop’s “Tortoise & the Hare” as she stands up for her beloved town, Fable Farms, and races a big city hare with even bigger plans. In this musical for all ages, Tori and her friends, Ruben the Rooster and Bea the Bee, must learn to embrace what makes them unique and the importance of community.

Performances run from November 3 through November 12. Visit our website for information and tickets: https://www.flatrockplayhouse.org/slowpoke

Flat Rock Playhouse Presents Slowpoke! The True Story of a Tortoise and Hare

Flat Rock Playhouse Presents MacBeth (the Black Box Series)

The Flat Rock Playhouse Black Box series continues as we welcome to the stage the magnificent work of William Shakespeare. Surrender to a haunting story of ambition and its dark consequences, as a military hero and his wife conspire to seize political power. A terrifyingly prophetic tale of revenge, murder, and madness, Macbeth lays bare the fallout when the darkest side of humanity cheats its way into a position of power. One of Shakespeare’s bloodiest, scariest, and yet, most popular tragedies.

Performances run from October 6 through October 22. Visit our website for more information and tickets: https://www.flatrockplayhouse.org/macbeth

Flat Rock Playhouse Presents Slowpoke! The True Story of a Tortoise and Hare

Flat Rock Playhouse Presents The Music of Dirty Dancing

“Nobody puts Baby in a corner.” Get ready for the time of your life with The Music of Dirty Dancing! This musical tribute to the film shot, in part, at Henderson County’s own Lake Lure is sure to feature all the hip-shaking guilty pleasure the world came to love in the 1987 blockbuster. The sizzling soundtrack comes to life on ‘The Rock’ with vocals and dancing that will dazzle you. Feel free to sing and dance along to tunes like “Be My Baby,” “Hungry Eyes,” “She’s Like the Wind,” the Academy Award winning “(I’ve Had) The Time of My Life,” and so many more!

Performances run from September 8 through September 24. Visit our website for information and tickets: https://www.flatrockplayhouse.org/music-of-dirty-dancing

Flat Rock Playhouse Presents Slowpoke! The True Story of a Tortoise and Hare

Flat Rock Playhouse Presents The Girl on the Train (Regional Premier)

Join Flat Rock Playhouse as it presents the regional premier of The Girl on the Train! Rachel Watson longs for a different life. Her only escape is the perfect couple she watches through the train window every day, happy and in love. Or so it appears. When Rachel learns that the woman she’s been secretly watching has suddenly disappeared, she finds herself as a witness and even a suspect in a thrilling mystery in which she will face bigger revelations than she could ever have anticipated. Based on the bestselling novel by Paula Hawkins and DreamWorks film.

*Adult language and content. Parental discretion advised.

Performances run from August 19 through September 2. Please visit our website for information and tickets:

Flat Rock Playhouse Presents Slowpoke! The True Story of a Tortoise and Hare

Flat Rock Playhouse Presents Cinderella Enchanted

Flat Rock Playhouse presents Cinderella Enchanted, a fresh take on a timeless classic, perfect for the whole family. With great warmth and more than a touch of hilarity, the hearts of children and adults alike still soar when the slipper fits. This version of the magical fairy tale is reborn with the Rodgers & Hammerstein hallmarks of originality, charm and elegance.

The performances run from June 9 through July 2. Visit our website for information and tickets: https://www.flatrockplayhouse.org/cinderella

Flat Rock Playhouse Presents Slowpoke! The True Story of a Tortoise and Hare

Flat Rock Playhouse Presents Cinderella Enchanted

Flat Rock Playhouse presents Cinderella Enchanted, a fresh take on a timeless classic, perfect for the whole family. With great warmth and more than a touch of hilarity, the hearts of children and adults alike still soar when the slipper fits. This version of the magical fairy tale is reborn with the Rodgers & Hammerstein hallmarks of originality, charm and elegance.

The performances run from June 9 through July 2. Visit our website for information and tickets: https://www.flatrockplayhouse.org/cinderella

Flat Rock Playhouse Presents Slowpoke! The True Story of a Tortoise and Hare

Flat Rock Playhouse Presents Cinderella Enchanted

Flat Rock Playhouse presents Cinderella Enchanted, a fresh take on a timeless classic, perfect for the whole family. With great warmth and more than a touch of hilarity, the hearts of children and adults alike still soar when the slipper fits. This version of the magical fairy tale is reborn with the Rodgers & Hammerstein hallmarks of originality, charm and elegance.

The performances run from June 9 through July 2. Visit our website for information and tickets: https://www.flatrockplayhouse.org/cinderella

Flat Rock Playhouse Presents Slowpoke! The True Story of a Tortoise and Hare

Flat Rock Playhouse Presents Cinderella Enchanted

Flat Rock Playhouse presents Cinderella Enchanted, a fresh take on a timeless classic, perfect for the whole family. With great warmth and more than a touch of hilarity, the hearts of children and adults alike still soar when the slipper fits. This version of the magical fairy tale is reborn with the Rodgers & Hammerstein hallmarks of originality, charm and elegance.

The performances run from June 9 through July 2. Visit our website for information and tickets: https://www.flatrockplayhouse.org/cinderella

Flat Rock Playhouse Presents Slowpoke! The True Story of a Tortoise and Hare

Flat Rock Playhouse Presents Cinderella Enchanted

Flat Rock Playhouse presents Cinderella Enchanted, a fresh take on a timeless classic, perfect for the whole family. With great warmth and more than a touch of hilarity, the hearts of children and adults alike still soar when the slipper fits. This version of the magical fairy tale is reborn with the Rodgers & Hammerstein hallmarks of originality, charm and elegance.

The performances run from June 9 through July 2. Visit our website for information and tickets: https://www.flatrockplayhouse.org/cinderella

Flat Rock Playhouse Presents Slowpoke! The True Story of a Tortoise and Hare

Flat Rock Playhouse Presents Cinderella Enchanted

Flat Rock Playhouse presents Cinderella Enchanted, a fresh take on a timeless classic, perfect for the whole family. With great warmth and more than a touch of hilarity, the hearts of children and adults alike still soar when the slipper fits. This version of the magical fairy tale is reborn with the Rodgers & Hammerstein hallmarks of originality, charm and elegance.

The performances run from June 9 through July 2. Visit our website for information and tickets: https://www.flatrockplayhouse.org/cinderella

Flat Rock Playhouse Presents Slowpoke! The True Story of a Tortoise and Hare

Flat Rock Playhouse Presents Cinderella Enchanted

Flat Rock Playhouse presents Cinderella Enchanted, a fresh take on a timeless classic, perfect for the whole family. With great warmth and more than a touch of hilarity, the hearts of children and adults alike still soar when the slipper fits. This version of the magical fairy tale is reborn with the Rodgers & Hammerstein hallmarks of originality, charm and elegance.

The performances run from June 9 through July 2. Visit our website for information and tickets: https://www.flatrockplayhouse.org/cinderella

Flat Rock Playhouse Presents Slowpoke! The True Story of a Tortoise and Hare

Flat Rock Playhouse Presents Cinderella Enchanted

Flat Rock Playhouse presents Cinderella Enchanted, a fresh take on a timeless classic, perfect for the whole family. With great warmth and more than a touch of hilarity, the hearts of children and adults alike still soar when the slipper fits. This version of the magical fairy tale is reborn with the Rodgers & Hammerstein hallmarks of originality, charm and elegance.

The performances run from June 9 through July 2. Visit our website for information and tickets: https://www.flatrockplayhouse.org/cinderella

Art in the Park at Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site

Art in the Park at Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site

From April 1 to May 15, you can visit this student art exhibit from schools across the nation. It features more than 70 canvasses reflecting the theme of “Hope.” The exhibit is available from 10am-4pm daily in the garage behind the Sandburg Home. Free admission.

Art in the Park at Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site

Art in the Park at Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site

From April 1 to May 15, you can visit this student art exhibit from schools across the nation. It features more than 70 canvasses reflecting the theme of “Hope.” The exhibit is available from 10am-4pm daily in the garage behind the Sandburg Home. Free admission.

Art in the Park at Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site

Art in the Park at Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site

From April 1 to May 15, you can visit this student art exhibit from schools across the nation. It features more than 70 canvasses reflecting the theme of “Hope.” The exhibit is available from 10am-4pm daily in the garage behind the Sandburg Home. Free admission.

Art in the Park at Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site

Art in the Park at Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site

From April 1 to May 15, you can visit this student art exhibit from schools across the nation. It features more than 70 canvasses reflecting the theme of “Hope.” The exhibit is available from 10am-4pm daily in the garage behind the Sandburg Home. Free admission.

Art in the Park at Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site

Art in the Park at Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site

From April 1 to May 15, you can visit this student art exhibit from schools across the nation. It features more than 70 canvasses reflecting the theme of “Hope.” The exhibit is available from 10am-4pm daily in the garage behind the Sandburg Home. Free admission.

Art in the Park at Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site

Art in the Park at Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site

From April 1 to May 15, you can visit this student art exhibit from schools across the nation. It features more than 70 canvasses reflecting the theme of “Hope.” The exhibit is available from 10am-4pm daily in the garage behind the Sandburg Home. Free admission.

Art in the Park at Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site

Art in the Park at Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site

From April 1 to May 15, you can visit this student art exhibit from schools across the nation. It features more than 70 canvasses reflecting the theme of “Hope.” The exhibit is available from 10am-4pm daily in the garage behind the Sandburg Home. Free admission.

Art in the Park at Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site

Art in the Park at Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site

From April 1 to May 15, you can visit this student art exhibit from schools across the nation. It features more than 70 canvasses reflecting the theme of “Hope.” The exhibit is available from 10am-4pm daily in the garage behind the Sandburg Home. Free admission.

Art in the Park at Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site

Art in the Park at Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site

From April 1 to May 15, you can visit this student art exhibit from schools across the nation. It features more than 70 canvasses reflecting the theme of “Hope.” The exhibit is available from 10am-4pm daily in the garage behind the Sandburg Home. Free admission.

Art in the Park at Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site

Art in the Park at Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site

From April 1 to May 15, you can visit this student art exhibit from schools across the nation. It features more than 70 canvasses reflecting the theme of “Hope.” The exhibit is available from 10am-4pm daily in the garage behind the Sandburg Home. Free admission.

Art in the Park at Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site

Art in the Park at Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site

From April 1 to May 15, you can visit this student art exhibit from schools across the nation. It features more than 70 canvasses reflecting the theme of “Hope.” The exhibit is available from 10am-4pm daily in the garage behind the Sandburg Home. Free admission.

Art in the Park at Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site

Art in the Park at Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site

From April 1 to May 15, you can visit this student art exhibit from schools across the nation. It features more than 70 canvasses reflecting the theme of “Hope.” The exhibit is available from 10am-4pm daily in the garage behind the Sandburg Home. Free admission.

Art in the Park at Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site

Art in the Park at Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site

From April 1 to May 15, you can visit this student art exhibit from schools across the nation. It features more than 70 canvasses reflecting the theme of “Hope.” The exhibit is available from 10am-4pm daily in the garage behind the Sandburg Home. Free admission.

Art in the Park at Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site

Art in the Park at Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site

From April 1 to May 15, you can visit this student art exhibit from schools across the nation. It features more than 70 canvasses reflecting the theme of “Hope.” The exhibit is available from 10am-4pm daily in the garage behind the Sandburg Home. Free admission.

Art in the Park at Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site

Art in the Park at Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site

From April 1 to May 15, you can visit this student art exhibit from schools across the nation. It features more than 70 canvasses reflecting the theme of “Hope.” The exhibit is available from 10am-4pm daily in the garage behind the Sandburg Home. Free admission.

Art in the Park at Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site

Art in the Park at Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site

From April 1 to May 15, you can visit this student art exhibit from schools across the nation. It features more than 70 canvasses reflecting the theme of “Hope.” The exhibit is available from 10am-4pm daily in the garage behind the Sandburg Home. Free admission.

Art in the Park at Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site

Art in the Park at Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site

From April 1 to May 15, you can visit this student art exhibit from schools across the nation. It features more than 70 canvasses reflecting the theme of “Hope.” The exhibit is available from 10am-4pm daily in the garage behind the Sandburg Home. Free admission.

Art in the Park at Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site

Art in the Park at Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site

From April 1 to May 15, you can visit this student art exhibit from schools across the nation. It features more than 70 canvasses reflecting the theme of “Hope.” The exhibit is available from 10am-4pm daily in the garage behind the Sandburg Home. Free admission.

Art in the Park at Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site

Art in the Park at Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site

From April 1 to May 15, you can visit this student art exhibit from schools across the nation. It features more than 70 canvasses reflecting the theme of “Hope.” The exhibit is available from 10am-4pm daily in the garage behind the Sandburg Home. Free admission.

Art in the Park at Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site

Art in the Park at Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site

From April 1 to May 15, you can visit this student art exhibit from schools across the nation. It features more than 70 canvasses reflecting the theme of “Hope.” The exhibit is available from 10am-4pm daily in the garage behind the Sandburg Home. Free admission.

Art in the Park at Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site

Art in the Park at Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site

From April 1 to May 15, you can visit this student art exhibit from schools across the nation. It features more than 70 canvasses reflecting the theme of “Hope.” The exhibit is available from 10am-4pm daily in the garage behind the Sandburg Home. Free admission.

Art in the Park at Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site

Art in the Park at Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site

From April 1 to May 15, you can visit this student art exhibit from schools across the nation. It features more than 70 canvasses reflecting the theme of “Hope.” The exhibit is available from 10am-4pm daily in the garage behind the Sandburg Home. Free admission.

Art in the Park at Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site

Art in the Park at Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site

From April 1 to May 15, you can visit this student art exhibit from schools across the nation. It features more than 70 canvasses reflecting the theme of “Hope.” The exhibit is available from 10am-4pm daily in the garage behind the Sandburg Home. Free admission.

Art in the Park at Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site

Art in the Park at Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site

From April 1 to May 15, you can visit this student art exhibit from schools across the nation. It features more than 70 canvasses reflecting the theme of “Hope.” The exhibit is available from 10am-4pm daily in the garage behind the Sandburg Home. Free admission.

Art in the Park at Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site

Art in the Park at Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site

From April 1 to May 15, you can visit this student art exhibit from schools across the nation. It features more than 70 canvasses reflecting the theme of “Hope.” The exhibit is available from 10am-4pm daily in the garage behind the Sandburg Home. Free admission.

Art in the Park at Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site

Art in the Park at Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site

From April 1 to May 15, you can visit this student art exhibit from schools across the nation. It features more than 70 canvasses reflecting the theme of “Hope.” The exhibit is available from 10am-4pm daily in the garage behind the Sandburg Home. Free admission.

Art in the Park at Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site

Art in the Park at Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site

From April 1 to May 15, you can visit this student art exhibit from schools across the nation. It features more than 70 canvasses reflecting the theme of “Hope.” The exhibit is available from 10am-4pm daily in the garage behind the Sandburg Home. Free admission.

Art in the Park at Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site

Art in the Park at Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site

From April 1 to May 15, you can visit this student art exhibit from schools across the nation. It features more than 70 canvasses reflecting the theme of “Hope.” The exhibit is available from 10am-4pm daily in the garage behind the Sandburg Home. Free admission.

Art in the Park at Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site

Art in the Park at Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site

From April 1 to May 15, you can visit this student art exhibit from schools across the nation. It features more than 70 canvasses reflecting the theme of “Hope.” The exhibit is available from 10am-4pm daily in the garage behind the Sandburg Home. Free admission.

Art in the Park at Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site

Art in the Park at Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site

From April 1 to May 15, you can visit this student art exhibit from schools across the nation. It features more than 70 canvasses reflecting the theme of “Hope.” The exhibit is available from 10am-4pm daily in the garage behind the Sandburg Home. Free admission.

Art in the Park at Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site

Art in the Park at Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site

From April 1 to May 15, you can visit this student art exhibit from schools across the nation. It features more than 70 canvasses reflecting the theme of “Hope.” The exhibit is available from 10am-4pm daily in the garage behind the Sandburg Home. Free admission.

Art in the Park at Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site

Art in the Park at Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site

From April 1 to May 15, you can visit this student art exhibit from schools across the nation. It features more than 70 canvasses reflecting the theme of “Hope.” The exhibit is available from 10am-4pm daily in the garage behind the Sandburg Home. Free admission.

Art in the Park at Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site

Art in the Park at Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site

From April 1 to May 15, you can visit this student art exhibit from schools across the nation. It features more than 70 canvasses reflecting the theme of “Hope.” The exhibit is available from 10am-4pm daily in the garage behind the Sandburg Home. Free admission.

Art in the Park at Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site

Art in the Park at Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site

From April 1 to May 15, you can visit this student art exhibit from schools across the nation. It features more than 70 canvasses reflecting the theme of “Hope.” The exhibit is available from 10am-4pm daily in the garage behind the Sandburg Home. Free admission.

Art in the Park at Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site

Art in the Park at Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site

From April 1 to May 15, you can visit this student art exhibit from schools across the nation. It features more than 70 canvasses reflecting the theme of “Hope.” The exhibit is available from 10am-4pm daily in the garage behind the Sandburg Home. Free admission.

Art in the Park at Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site

Art in the Park at Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site

From April 1 to May 15, you can visit this student art exhibit from schools across the nation. It features more than 70 canvasses reflecting the theme of “Hope.” The exhibit is available from 10am-4pm daily in the garage behind the Sandburg Home. Free admission.

Art in the Park at Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site

Art in the Park at Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site

From April 1 to May 15, you can visit this student art exhibit from schools across the nation. It features more than 70 canvasses reflecting the theme of “Hope.” The exhibit is available from 10am-4pm daily in the garage behind the Sandburg Home. Free admission.

Art in the Park at Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site

Art in the Park at Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site

From April 1 to May 15, you can visit this student art exhibit from schools across the nation. It features more than 70 canvasses reflecting the theme of “Hope.” The exhibit is available from 10am-4pm daily in the garage behind the Sandburg Home. Free admission.

Art in the Park at Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site

Art in the Park at Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site

From April 1 to May 15, you can visit this student art exhibit from schools across the nation. It features more than 70 canvasses reflecting the theme of “Hope.” The exhibit is available from 10am-4pm daily in the garage behind the Sandburg Home. Free admission.

Art in the Park at Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site

Art in the Park at Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site

From April 1 to May 15, you can visit this student art exhibit from schools across the nation. It features more than 70 canvasses reflecting the theme of “Hope.” The exhibit is available from 10am-4pm daily in the garage behind the Sandburg Home. Free admission.

A Doll’s House

A Doll’s House

A Doll’s House at the Hendersonville Theatre, Written in 1879 by Norwegian playwright Henrik Ibsen, A Doll’s House is about a housewife who becomes disillusioned and dissatisfied with her condescending husband. The play raises universal issues and questions that are applicable to societies worldwide, including gender inequality, materialism, and corruption. Presented in a reader’s theater format, actors don’t memorize scripts but read them to the audience while using their voices and upper bodies to convey the roles they are playing.

Two performances: 3:00pm & 7:30pm

Tryon International Film Festival

Tryon International Film Festival

The Tryon International Film Festival (TRIFF) is the principal annual event of the non-profit Polk County Film Initiative. Multiple screening venues operate seamlessly, including a bonus evening amphitheater screening that features music, food, drink and a special film.

To check out the programs showing, visit https://tryoninternationalfilmfestival.com/program/

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