The Museum is Popping Up All Around WNC
While the Asheville Art Museum’s 2 S. Pack Square location is under construction for a major renovation and expansion project, we are continuing an active schedule of exhibitions and programming out in WNC with community partners.
Learn more about our renovation and expansion project to build the New Asheville Art Museum.
We are organizing a series of “pop-up” exhibitions at our temporary “Museum On the Slope” at 175 Biltmore Avenue, as well as at several partner locations throughout the community.
Asheville Art Museum On the Slope — 175 Biltmore Ave, Asheville
On view through May 13, 2018
Blowing Rock Art & History Museum
Through April 7, 2018
The Asheville Art Museum has a number of works on view in Arts at the Center: A History of Black Mountain College at the Blowing Rock Art & History Museum in Blowing Rock, NC.
Turchin Center for the Visual Arts
Through June 2, 2018
The Asheville Art Museum has a number of works on view in Creative Democracy: The Legacy of Black Mountain College at the Turchin Center in Boone, NC.
Hoss Haley’s Cycle, Lonnie Holley’s For Every Woman I have Seen Parts of Africa’s Dream in Her Honor, and George Peterson’s Spiral
Western Carolina University Bardo Arts Center — Cullowhee
Leondard Cave’s Tornado
The Collider — 1 Haywood Street, Ste 401
Wells Fargo branch — 1 Haywood Street, downtown Asheville
We are hosting many programs and events for adults On the Slope and out in the community. From workshops and book discussions to Pianoforte recitals and Art Breaks, we’re busier than ever. Learn more about our Adult Programs.
We have a busy schedule of art programs for kids out in the community. From Tot Time: Mixed Up + Messy to Preschool Storytime to After School Art Adventures, we have programs of all kinds to engage kids’ imaginations through creative play. Learn more about our programs for families + kids.