Events Calendar: April

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Yoga in the Galleries
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First Friday Art Walk
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Workshop: Drawing Faces

Lunchtime Art Break
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Workshop: Collage

Film Screening
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Film Screening
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Home School Program

Discussion Bound
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Yoga in the Galleries
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New on View + Opening Reception

A Performance by John Cobb
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Tot Time
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Gallery Talk with Jason Andrew
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Gallery Talk with Patricia Bailey
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Creative Sector Summit
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New on View + Opening Reception

Join us for the opening of Flourish: Selected Jewelry from the Daphne Farago Collection.

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A Performance by John Cobb

Lagniappe: An Introduction to Some Musical Friends of John Heliker A performance by Pianist John Cobb One of Asheville’s premier interpreters of contemporary music, Dr. John Cobb, will present an informal concert in the Appleby Memorial Foundation Gallery at the Asheville Art Museum, where the exhibition John Heliker: The Order of Things, 60 Years of […]

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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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Gallery Talk with Jason Andrew

Jason Andrew, guest curator of Jack Tworkov: Beyond Black Mountain, will give a gallery talk and lecture about the life and work of Jack Tworkov.

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Gallery Talk with Patricia Bailey

The Remarkable Career of John Heliker From the late 1920s through the 1990s, American painter John Heliker’s career spanned almost 70 active years of the ‘American Century.’ Artist, educator and close friend of the artist Patricia Bailey will give a personal overview of Heliker’s remarkable career. Bailey was Associate Producer of a 1998 documentary film on the life of artist John […]

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Creative Sector Summit

The Museum is pleased to be a venue again this year for the Creative Sector Summit. Since 2010 the Asheville Area Arts Council, in partnership with the City of Asheville, has convened the region’s only creative industry specific annual conference, the Creative Sector Summit. The Creative Sector Summit is an initiative recommended by the 2009 […]

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Political Cartoons in Pen & Ink with Jeff Kinzel

Political Cartoons in Pen & Ink with Jeff Kinzel MAY 2 —Saturday, 10:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. $20 members, $30 non-members In conjunction with John Heliker: The Order of Things — 60 Years of Paintings and Drawings, instructor Jeff Kinzel will lead a pen and ink cartoon drawing workshop in which students will learn to create a single-frame cartoon with […]

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Up for Discussion

Keep All You Wish: The Photographs of Hugh Mangum with Sarah Stacke MAY 8 — Friday at 5:30 p.m. Sarah Stacke, guest curator of Keep All You Wish: The Photographs of Hugh Mangum, will present a lecture on Hugh Mangum’s life and work. Stacke is a documentary photographer dedicated to developing intimate stories about intersections of culture, history and geography that create […]

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Zine Lab: The Independent Medium

Zine Lab: The Independent Medium with Ben Gancsos and Sarah Stacke MAY 9 — Saturday, 10:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. $65 members, $75 non-members Workshop leaders Sarah Stacke, a photographer, curator and writer, and Ben Gancsos, a photographer and zine maker, will explore the world of the photo zine and get you on your way to making your own. Sarah […]

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Home School Program

$4 per student For Students in Grades 1–4. Join us for a monthly home-school program on the second Tuesday of each month. Each 1.5 hour program includes a guided tour of the Museum’s Permanent Collection or special exhibition and a hands-on activity. Please contact Sharon McRorie at 828.253.3227 with any questions.

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