Events Calendar: July

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First Friday Art Walk
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Art Camp: 6th-8th Grades, July 6-10
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Lunchtime Art Break
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Authentically Cherokee Native American Marketplace

Panel Discussion on Studio Craft Jewelry
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The Big Crafty

Family Art pARTy!
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Art Camp: 3rd-5th Grades, July 13-17
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Pop-Up Studio Craft Jewelry Marketplace
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Pop-Up Studio Craft Jewelry Marketplace
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Pop-Up Studio Craft Jewelry Marketplace
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Pianoforte with Sandra Wright Shen
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Art Camp: 9th-12th Grades, July 20-24
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Tot Time
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Lunchtime Art Break

Opening Reception + Gallery Talk
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Weekend Film Screening
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Weekend Film Screening
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Art Camp: K-2nd Grades, July 27-31
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Textile & Metal Jewelry with Joanna Gollberg

Textile & Metal Jewelry with Joanna Gollberg AUGUST 1 — Saturday, 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. $95 members, $105 non-members Let’s experiment with Asheville jewelry artist Joanna Gollberg! In this class, participants will use simple tools to form the base of a jewelry piece — whether it’s a brooch, necklace, earrings or bracelet. The base will then be decorated with […]

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First Friday Art Walk

The Asheville Art Museum is pleased to be a part of the Downtown Asheville Art District’s ‘First Friday’ Art Walks occurring the first Friday of every month April through December. On these evenings from 5:00–8:00 p.m., the Museum offers pay-as-you-wish admission, as well as special shop promotions and events.

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Discussion with WNC Quilter Roger Winchell

WNC Quilter Roger Winchell AUGUST 13 — Thursday, 5:30 – 7:00 p.m. Join us for a discussion and show-and-tell with local male quilter, Roger Winchell. Winchell has only been quilting for five years, but in that short period he won the Viewers’ Choice Award at the Asheville Quilt Show with his very first quilt, which was later exhibited at the […]

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Weekend Film Screening

Common Threads: Stories from the Quilt Directed by Jeffrey Friedman and Rob Epstein An Olympic athlete; a gay activist; a boy with hemophilia; a recovering heroin addict; a closeted Navy commander: five very diverse lives that shared a common fate. Their lives — along with thousands of others — are woven together in a giant memorial patchwork quilt that is […]

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Weekend Film Screening

Common Threads: Stories from the Quilt Directed by Jeffrey Friedman and Rob Epstein An Olympic athlete; a gay activist; a boy with hemophilia; a recovering heroin addict; a closeted Navy commander: five very diverse lives that shared a common fate. Their lives — along with thousands of others — are woven together in a giant memorial patchwork quilt that is […]

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Tot Time

Come discover the art of play in our interactive Art PLAYce for Children! Art PLAYce is open daily, but each month we will feature a fun activity designed especially for our young visitors plus time to explore the Museum galleries.

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New on View: William Wegman

Come view the unique and captivating photographs of artist William Wegman in the new exhibition Cubism and Other-isms, on view through January 24, 2016.

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Lunchtime Art Break

The Museum presents Lunchtime Art Breaks, a series of gallery talks and presentations designed to inform and engage you in dialogue with members of our curatorial and education departments, docents and special guests. Heritage & Home: Photographs of Hickory Nut Gap Farm Ken Abbott, Photographer

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Soiree at Hickory Nut Gap Farm

Join us for a tour of Hickory Nut Gap Farm, and enjoy food and music while you immerse yourself in the surroundings of this beautiful farm. This soiree is being held in conjunction with Heritage & Home: Photographs of Hickory Nut Gap Farm. Please call the Museum at 828.253.3227 for more information about this event.

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Lecture with Quilter Luke Haynes

Quilter Luke Haynes will give a lecture on his influences and the breadth of his textile investigations over the past 15 years. His work is exhibited across the globe and is in the collections of major museums. During his lecture, Haynes will discuss his work and the depth of exploration into fabrics and the concepts of the domestic […]

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