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Friday, August 17, 2012

Mirror by Jay Milner

Ceramic Mirror made by Jay Milner – brown and blue intricate design approximately 8″ wide

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Footed Tumbler by Jay Milner

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Donation to the Asheville Art Museum

To help the Museum fulfill its mission, please enter your donation amount below. Your support is truly appreciated.

We believe the arts make a difference in our lives and in our community – thank you for believing with us. Providing the best in the visual arts and art education in Western North Carolina would not be possible without your ongoing support and dedication to the Asheville Art Museum. Your fully tax deductible donation to the Asheville Art Museum (in any amount) will enable the Museum to continue showcasing excellence in the visual arts and stimulating the creative spirit.

Individual giving is just one of many ways to show your support:

Please be advised that no goods or services were provided by the Museum in exchange for this gift. Your contribution is tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law; this notice is to serve as a receipt and recognition of your contribution for your own records and accounting purposes.

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Vase by Jay Milner

Footed Vase approximately 4″ tall

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Up for Discussion: Richard Sharp Smith: America’s Arts & Crafts Architect

FEBRUARY 18 – Saturday, 5:00 – 7:00 p.m.
Museum & All Souls Members: $25 | Non-members: $35
Meet at The Cathedral of All Souls (9 Swan Street, Asheville 28803)

A native of England, Richard Sharp Smith (1852-1924) no doubt was well aware of the emerging Arts & Crafts movement when he immigrated to the United States in 1883. Within three years, he was employed by America’s premier architect, Richard Morris Hunt, who sent Smith to Asheville in 1889 to oversee the construction of George Vanderbilt’s grand Biltmore estate. After completing the project, Smith settled in Asheville and contributed some of the most iconic buildings to Western North Carolina’s landscape. This talk draws from the Museum’s collection of thousands of original architectural drawings by Smith and his colleagues, as well as contemporary photographs of the buildings as they stand today.

For nearly 30 years, architectural historian Martha Walker Fullington has worked with the architectural fabric of Western North Carolina, especially Asheville, and is passionate about Smith’s transformative influence from the beginning of the Arts & Crafts Movement to present-day construction. She served as Architectural Historian and Survey Coordinator for the South Carolina State Historic Preservation Office, and as Preservation Specialist for the Western Office of North Carolina’s State Historic Preservation Office where she administered the National Register program, the historic site survey, environmental review, and grants programs for the 28-county area. Since her early retirement, she has worked as a preservation consultant and served several terms on the board of the Preservation Society of Asheville & Buncombe County and on the Historic Resources Commission.

Space is limited; cost includes reception, and transportation for conference attendees. For more information or to register by phone, call 828.253.3227 x122.

Presented in partnership with the 30th Anniversary National Arts & Crafts Conference at the Grove Park Inn and The Cathedral of All Souls.

Image: Richard Sharp Smith, Cottage – Chestnut St. – For Miss Annie West, August 1900. 11.75” x 17”. Red and black ink on starched linen. Asheville Art Museum, Architectural Drawings Collection, RSO316.1.

 

Please choose a shuttle bus option from Grove Park Inn at checkout:

  • 4:00 p.m. (includes optional guided tour of All Souls)
  • 5:00 p.m.
  • No bus

The shuttle bus returns to Grove Park Inn at 7:00 p.m., and again at 8:00 p.m. for those wishing to visit Biltmore Village on their own.

 

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Goblet by Jay Milner

JM GobletCeramic goblet approximately 7″ tall

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Do Not Ask Me: Mel Chin

This beautiful monograph explores the work of artist Mel Chin.  Published by the Station Museum of Contemporary Art .  168 pages, full color. Learn more about the artist’s earlier exhibition at the Museum.

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Vase by Jay Milner

Beige and blue vase approximately 4″ tall

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9-11/9-11

9-11/9-11 is a graphic novel by artist Mel Chin.

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This self-published graphic novel by artist Mel Chin weaves together two narratives related to the day of September 11th – the terrorist attacks on the the World Trade Center and the military overthrow of Chilean President Salvador Allende 28 years earlier.

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Donation to the Camp Scholarship Fund

To help the Museum fulfill its mission, please enter your donation amount below. Your support is truly appreciated.

The Camp Scholarship Fund supports families who need assistance with tuition for our annual Summer Art Camp and Holiday Art Camp.

We believe the arts make a difference in our lives and in our community – thank you for believing with us. Providing the best in the visual arts and art education in Western North Carolina would not be possible without your ongoing support and dedication to the Asheville Art Museum. Your fully tax deductible donation to the Asheville Art Museum (in any amount) will enable the Museum to continue showcasing excellence in the visual arts and stimulating the creative spirit.

Individual giving is just one of many ways to show your support:

Please be advised that no goods or services were provided by the Museum in exchange for this gift. Your contribution is tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law; this notice is to serve as a receipt and recognition of your contribution for your own records and accounting purposes.

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Appalachian White Oak Basketmaking: Handing Down the Basket

This book by Rachel Nash Law and Cynthia W. Taylor has been referred to as the “definitive book on white oak basket making.”

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295 pages. Published by the University of Tennessee Press.

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Vadim Bora: A Visual Legacy of Expressive Freedom

Vadim Bora: A Visual Legacy of Expressive Freedom From Initial Spark to Final Form

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This 50 page, full color catalog depicts a wide variety of Bora’s work in painting, sculpture and jewelry.

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Workshop: Empowerment + Portrait Photography

JULY 8 – Saturday, 1:00 – 5:00 p.m.
Cost: $60 Museum Members, $70 non-members

In this workshop, students learn how photographic techniques can tell a story and create different dynamics between the photographer, subject, and viewer. Students work with each other and community members to craft unique portraits that empower their subjects. Students bring their own digital camera (smartphone, point-and-shoot, or SLR) and a notepad.

Instructor Mercedes Jelinek is a New York-based photographer who is currently a resident artist at Penland School of Crafts. After earning bachelor and master of fine arts degrees in photography, she built a freelance photography career in architecture, fashion, event, and journalism. Her work has been exhibited both nationally and internationally and can be found in numerous museum and private collections. Her latest book These Americans is about the Women’s March on Washington.

Space is limited; registration deadline July 4. To register online, get started below; for more information or to register by phone, call 828.253.3227 x122.

Planned in conjunction with Hear Our Voice.

Poster image by Lauren Crew.

 

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Essays in Folk Art

Dr. A Everette James is an art critic and a collector of folk art.  This book examines folk art as a whole and how it should be evaluated in the larger art-world context.

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Cherokee Carvers: Tradition Renewed

Cherokee Carvers: Tradition Renewed is a 6 page catalogue providing biographies of the artists who participated in the Asheville Art Museum’s 2009 exhibition, Cherokee Carvers: Tradition Renewed.

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Endings and Beginnings: Millennial Juried Exhibition

Endings and Beginnings: Millennial Juried Exhibition is a catalogue produced in conjunction with the Asheville Art Museum’s 2000-2001 exhibition, Endings and Beginnings held from November 18, 2000 to February 18, 2001. It is an 82 page full color catalogue. This catalogue is an illustrated catalogue with artist statements, complete illustrated checklist and annotated biographies.

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Black Mountain College: An Exhibition Series

Black Mountain College: An Exhibition Series is an exhibition catalogue. Catalogue includes article written by Eva Diaz and exhibition checklist.

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TIME WARP Post-Gala Pop-Up Sale

Limited time offer: Now through June 30, 2017!

Our 2017 TIME WARP Gala was a huge success! Thanks to generous contributions, we are so close to meeting our fundraising goal. To keep the momentum, we would like to announce that we are hosting an exclusive TIME WARP themed pop-up sale to help us push even higher and provide continued support for our programs and exhibitions!

We selected a handful of artworks to feature in this exclusive post-Gala pop-up sale. All of these pieces are for sale and would make wonderful additions to your home. If you attended the Gala, it is the perfect opportunity to remember the wonderful night. If you didn’t have the opportunity to attend the Gala, purchase a piece to join the attendees in solidarity in supporting the Museum.

The TIME WARP post-Gala pop-up sale consists of a selection of centerpieces and textiles.

The artworks are on display in our location at 175 Biltmore Avenue through the end of June 2017. They are also available for purchase through our website.

All sales will benefit the Museum and the artists. For more information or to purchase, click on the images below, stop by the Museum to view available items in our shop, or contact Membership and Events Coordinator Joanna Miller at 828.253.3227 x117.

All items can be delivered locally or shipped for an additional fee. You will be contacted regarding your preferred item retrieval once the purchase is made.

 

Centerpieces

 

Textiles

 

The Museum wishes to thank the artists: Denise Carbonell, Bellagio Art to Wear, Constance Ensner, Barbara Fisher, Carmen Grier, Wendy Newman Designs, Michael Smith Shibori, Janet Taylor, and Pattiy Torno at Curve.

 

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Hand Wrought: The Artistry of William Waldo Dodge

Hand Wrought: The Artistry of William Waldo Dodge is an exhibition checklist for an exhibition held at Asheville Art Museum, Asheville, NC, from February 18, 2005 to May 22, 2005.

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Written by Bruce E. Johnson. 88 pages.

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Summer Art Camp 2017

Please complete the registration process for each individual camper.

If you prefer to complete and return a paper form, please call 828.253.3227 x124.

 

Week 1 | June 12 – 16 | Grades K – 2

  • Morning (9:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.): Art + Nature
  • Afternoon (1:30 – 5:00 p.m.): Crazy About Color

 

Week 2 | June 19 – 23 | Grades 3 – 5

  • Morning (9:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.): Fun with Fiber SOLD OUT – To add your name to our waiting list, please email or call us at 828.253.3227 x124.
  • Afternoon (1:30 – 5:00 p.m.): Paper Possibilities SOLD OUT – To add your name to our waiting list, please email or call us at 828.253.3227 x124.

 

Week 3 | June 26 – 30 | Grades 6 – 8

  • Morning (9:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.): Sculptural Books
  • Afternoon (1:30 – 5:00 p.m.): Drawing + Painting

 

Week 4 | July 10 – 14 | Grades K – 2

  • Morning (9:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.): Exploring Art
  • Afternoon (1:30 – 5:00 p.m.): Mixed-Media Madness

 

Week 5 | July 17 – 21 | Grades 3 – 5

  • Morning (9:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.): Art + Nature SOLD OUT – To add your name to our waiting list, please email or call us at 828.253.3227 x124.
  • Afternoon (1:30 – 5:00 p.m.): Printmaking + Mixed Media SOLD OUT – To add your name to our waiting list, please email or call us at 828.253.3227 x124.

 

Week 6 | July 24 – 28 | Grades 9 – 12

  • Morning (9:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.): Bookbinding + Mixed Media
  • Afternoon (1:30 – 5:00 p.m.): Wearable Art

 

Week 7 | July 31 – August 4 | Grades K – 2

  • Morning (9:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.): Art Adventure
  • Afternoon (1:30 – 5:00 p.m.): Art Party

 

Please note:

  • Enrollment is not confirmed until class registration and payment are received. Places are reserved on a first-paid, first-admitted policy.
  • The Asheville Art Museum reserved the right to cancel any class due to insufficient registration. In such cases, all registrants will be contacted and promptly mailed a full refund.
  • A written confirmation will be sent to you within two weeks of receipt of your camp registration form and payment.
  • It is the Museum’s policy to refund class registration fees up until two weeks prior to a child’s entry into the class, minus a $15 processing fee. The processing fee increases to $30 for cancellations made within two weeks of the camp start date. No refunds are made after camp sessions begin.

By completing the online registration process, you, as the parent or guardian of the named minor child:

  • give your consent and approval for his/her participation in the Asheville Art Museum Summer Art Camp;
  • authorize any medical treatment which may be advised or recommended by an attending physician while the named minor child is participating in the program;
  • give the named minor child permission to be transported for Summer Art Camp activities;
  • grant permission for him/her to participate in all field trips; and
  • will not hold the Asheville Art Museum responsible in case of accident as a result of participation.

 

Please complete the registration process for each individual camper.

 

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Like what you see on our Pinterest page? Here’s how you can support your Museum:

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Your Museum is now Pinning!

 

Consider donating to support our exhibitions and education programs. And, thank you for checking in to see what your Museum is currently “pinning”. Write to us at mailbox@ashevilleart.org with suggestions for future Pinterest boards.

 

To help the Museum fulfill its mission, please enter your donation amount below. Your support is truly appreciated.

 

We believe the arts make a difference in our lives and in our community – thank you for believing with us. Providing the best in the visual arts and art education in Western North Carolina would not be possible without your ongoing support and dedication to the Asheville Art Museum. Your fully tax deductible donation to the Asheville Art Museum (in any amount) will enable the Museum to continue showcasing excellence in the visual arts and stimulating the creative spirit.

 

Please be advised that no goods or services were provided by the Museum in exchange for this gift. Your contribution is tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law; this notice is to serve as a receipt and recognition of your contribution for your own records and accounting purposes. Individual giving is just one of many ways to show your support. Learn about more ways to give on our Support Page.

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Protected: Private Event Rental – Dec. 3, 2015

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Chasing the Image: Madeline Lord & Sally Massengale

Chasing the Image: Madeleine Lord & Sally Massengale is a 6-page full color catalog with comprehensive image list and information about the exhibition, Chasing the Image. The exhibition was held at Asheville Art Museum from October 5, 2012 to January 20, 2013.

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Art/Sewn

Art/Sewn is a 6 page, full color catalog containing an Art/Sewn exhibition checklist and information about each of the participating artists.

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Bug

Wooden car lovingly made by Carolina Pratt Unit in Asheville. Solid rock maple, no added dyes, Approximately 3″ by 2″

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Home-School Program

Tuesdays, 11:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.
$4 per student per session

Each 90-minute program includes a guided tour of the Museum and a hands-on activity in the studio. This program is designed for students in 1st through 4th grades.

Pre-registration and payment is required. To register online, get started below – each child requires a separate registration. For more information or to register by phone, please call Sharon McRorie at 828.253.3227 x124.

Fall 2016 dates

  • September 13
  • October 11

 

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Art Travels: London, England (November 6-13, 2016)

We will enjoy seven days and nights of art and architecture, plus time to explore on your own. Included in the trip are first-class accommodations at the charming Stafford Hotel, a boutique hotel in the heart of London in St. James Place; deluxe motorcoach and/or private van for all group activities; entrance/guide fees at our destinations; plus a daily full English breakfast, four lunches, three dinners, and one English tea.

Highlights of this trip include:

  • A welcome dinner and sightseeing cruise along the River Thames on Bateaux London’s Harmony or similar.
  • A guided day trip to Brighton, the storied seaside resort town renowned for its diverse communities, quirky shopping areas, and large cultural, music, and arts scene. En route, we will stop for a garden and archives tour of the Cass Sculptural Foundation, a pioneering nonprofit that inspires, enables, and presents the output of some of the most important figures in contemporary sculpture.
  • A walking tour of the best street art London has to offer in the heart of Shoreditch, gateway to London’s East End. Street artists from London’s East End, the UK, and around the world leave an ever-changing kaleidoscope of energy and creativity on the walls of Shoreditch, home to a vibrant and colorful culture of street art, murals, cafes, bars, galleries, restaurants, fashion, and markets.
  • A day spent exploring the history of London, England’s capital and most populous city, founded by the Romans over two millennia ago. Hold on to your hat at the Tower of London, which during its 1000-year history has served as a royal residence, prison, armory, treasury, menagerie, mint, public records office, and home of the Crown Jewels of England. We will also visit Kensington Palace and Gardens – and hope to catch a glimpse of the glamorous royals who call it home!

As with all our Art Travels, we will visit museums to see both venerated collections and world-class special exhibitions. No trip to London would be complete without a tour of the Victoria & Albert Museum, where we will get an inside look at the scandalous exhibition Undressed: A Brief History of Underwear. At the Tate Modern, we will be among the first to view The Radical Eye: Modernist Photography from the Sir Elton John Collection, an exhibition opening November 10. For a quirky twist, we will stop at Sir John Soane’s Museum, a historic house and library left untouched since its eponymous owner’s death almost 200 years ago: an extraordinary collection of curiosities, antiquities, furniture, sculptures, architectural models and drawings, and paintings including work by Hogarth, Turner, and Canaletto.

In addition to these great museums, we are finalizing visits to galleries – including cutting edge contemporary art at Whitechapel Gallery, Saatchi Gallery, and White Cube – private collections, and artist studios. As is customary with our trips, there are culture-rich days punctuated by cocktails, delicious meals, and more.

The land-only price of this travel opportunity is $6260 per person (based on double occupancy) which includes hotel taxes and VAT, an £85 one-time food and beverage credit at the hotel restaurant, and a group departure transfer on November 13 to London’s Heathrow Airport. For those who prefer a room to themselves, there is an optional single supplement of $2010. Several direct flights are available daily from Charlotte, NC or Atlanta, GA, or connecting flights through Asheville.

We are still accepting registrations for this exciting travel experience! There are three easy ways to sign up:

Please feel free to call Pam Myers, Executive Director, at 828.253.3227 for specific details as well!

Upgrades

Upgrades (subject to availability and at additional cost) to junior suite or suite accommodations and/or additional hotel nights can be booked at your request. Please call 800.301.3993 x7484 or email Susan Holden.

Terms and conditions

Your payment of a deposit for participation on this tour constitutes your acceptance of these conditions:

  • Cancellation/refund: Cancellation from time of deposit to August 20, 2016 will result in a cancellation fee of $1000 per person. Cancellations after final payment will result in 100% penalty unless space can be resold. There will be no refund for unused services or tickets once the tour begins. Trip cancellation insurance is strongly recommended and can be purchased separately. A form for trip cancellation insurance will be sent to you upon request.
  • Responsibility: Protravel International, Inc., the Asheville Art Museum (herein known as the AAM), and their principals have contracted with independent contractors to provide accommodations, transportation, meals, or other services, and are not responsible for actions or omissions, casual or intentional, or any breach of contract which may occur on the part of a supplier that causes loss, delay, injury, or damage to the client or other tour members. If the client agrees to travel on this tour, the client assumes voluntarily any risks that accompany such travel, whether those risks are expected or not. Protravel, the AAM, and their principals are also not responsible for losses, damages, or injuries to tour members in connection with such things as diseases, weather, terrorism, social unrest, mechanical or construction problems, or any other omissions, actions, or situations outside their control. Tour members are warned here about those risks and might wish to purchase insurance coverage regarding them. Protravel, the AAM, and their principals use generally acceptable suppliers for their programs. The client agrees that they are not to blame should there be problems with arrangements and also agrees that any claims of damages must be sought from those suppliers directly. If the damages occur before or after the tour booking and travel period, Protravel, the AAM, and their principals shall be considered totally blameless. Pricing based on rates of exchange and local tax rates both domestic and international, as of May 4, 2016 and are subject to change.

 

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Centerpiece by Kathryn Adams

Double Encalmo

Blue and Green Glass

11″ and 10″

Set of 2

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A Sense of Balance: The Sculpture of Stoney Lamar (exhibition catalogue)

A Sense of Balance: The Sculture of Stoney Lamar is a 70-page full-color exhibition catalogue accompanying the current exhibition by the same name. The catalogue features essays by Howard Troxler and Matthew G. Herbert, forward by guest curator Andrew H. Glasgow, design by David Guinn of Design 1 and selected artist vitae.

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A Sense of Balance: The Sculture of Stoney Lamar, a 70-page full-color exhibition catalogue accompanying the current exhibition by the same name, is now available for purchase here and in the physical Museum Shop. The catalogue features essays by Howard Troxler and Matthew G. Herbert, forward by guest curator Andrew H. Glasgow, and design by David Guinn of Design 1.

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Centerpiece by Maria Andrade Troya

Petal Vase with Dots

9″

Petal Oblong Vase in Bud and Blossom Pattern

4″ x 1″

Two Mugs with Aqua and Blue Dots

3.5″ each

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Centerpiece by Michael Hofman

Queen’s Bowl

15.5″

Ceramic

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Centerpiece by Rob Levin

Red Vase with Handles

10.5″

Glass

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Centerpiece by Lexington Glassworks

Water Orb

12″

Glass

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Centerpiece by Robert Milnes

Bowl with Stand

8″ x 9″

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Appraisal Day: Trinket or Treasure?

APRIL 30 – Saturday, 11:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Museum Atrium and Biltmore Gallery
Through April 24 | Museum Members: $10 per item | Non-members: $15 per item
April 25 – 29 | $20 per item

Ever want to know more about a treasured family heirloom? Perhaps you brought home something beautiful from a flea market or yard sale, but you are not sure if it is worth anything? As the Museum undergoes its own processes of discovery and evaluation during our Vault Visible inventory, we invite you to learn more about your own collection!

Space is limited; pre-registration is required. Pre-register now through Friday, April 29, 5:00 p.m. Limit three items per person. For more information, call 828.253.3227, ext. 122.

Presented in partnership with Brunk Auctions, in conjunction with Vault Visible: Behind the Scenes at the Asheville Art Museum.

Please note:

  • Limit three items per participant.
  • Participants are responsible for all movement of their item(s).
  • Appointment times are limited, and will be assigned and confirmed by Museum staff on or before April 25. Please indicate your preference for appointment time during checkout; Museum staff will do our best to accommodate your request.
  • If you prefer that a value for your item(s) not be spoken publicly, please inform the guest expert.
  • Entry into Appraisal Day is FREE; registration fees include Museum admission for the registered participant only.

By registering, you agree to the following terms and conditions for Appraisal Day:

  • You are the owner or guardian of the item(s) described, and you are requesting an examination and informal oral opinion by a guest expert who is not employed by or a representative of the Asheville Art Museum.
  • The guest experts will, to the best of their knowledge, describe the probable date, attribution, and value (when known) of the item(s) for your personal information only and not for use in connection with any past or contemplated commercial transaction with the Asheville Art Museum.
  • You will hold harmless the guest expert, the Asheville Art Museum, its board and staff members, and release them from any and all liability and expenses in the event of any claim by any person based in any way upon the rendition of such opinion.
  • The Asheville Art Museum, its staff members, and the guest experts are released from any and all responsibility for any loss or damage to the item(s), including while on the premises of the Asheville Art Museum.

 

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Dinosaur Blocks

Wood Dinosaurs lovingly made by Carolina Pratt Unit in Asheville, NC. Made from solid rock maple, no added dyes, aproximately 3″ by 5″

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School Bus

Wood School Bus lovingly made by Carolina Pratt Unit in Asheville, NC. Made from solid rock maple, no added dyes, approximately 4″ by 2″

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Looking Within: Mark Peiser

Looking Within: Mark Peiser The Art of Glass is a 78 page full color catalogue from Peiser’s 2003 exhibition at the Asheville Art Museum. This catalogue is a comprehensive, full color catalogue of Mark Peiser’s 2003 exhibition at the Asheville Art Museum. It depicts the evolution of his glass pieces, beginning with his early work from 1967 through to 2003. The Catalogue includes an article by Dan Klein, interview by Pamela Myers, a chronology, selected vitae, and a complete illustrated checklist.

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This catalog is a comprehensive, full color catalog of Mark Peiser’s 2003 exhibition at the Asheville Art Museum. It depicts the evolution of his glass pieces, beginning with his early work from 1967 through to 2003.

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Harvey K. Littleton: A Life in Glass

This book explores the life and work of influential artist Harvey K. Littleton, founder of America’s Studio Glass Movement.

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Joan Falconer Byrd’s new book exploring the work the life and work of Harvey K. Littleton. This book was brought in in conjunction with the Asheville Art Museum’s exhibition, Fire on the Mountain: Studio Glass in Western North Carolina.

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Student Member

CORE BENEFITS for One Year for One Student 

*Please provide a copy of your valid student ID by uploading or send to Joanna K Miller at jmiller@ashevilleart.org

  • NEW Free admission to more than 180 museums in the Southeast through participation in the Southeast Reciprocal Museum Program
  • NEW Discounts through MAKE IT NEW Partners
  • NEW Among the first to enter the New Museum at the exclusive Members-Only Preview party
  • NEW Making It Mine membership bumper sticker
  • NEW 25% discount off one item in Museum Shop on members’ birthdays
  • 10% discount at the Museum Shop
  • Subscription to the Museum’s e-newsletters and Member magazine
  • Invitations to all Museum openings, programs and special events, including members-only events
  • Discounts on ticketed Museum events and programs

 

Before you process your membership make sure you read about how We are Making It New! Learn about the benefits of becoming a MAKE IT NEW Member during our transition through a multi-year commitment, then choose your desired membership length below. Learn more.

 

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NEXT: A Gala

Saturday, June 18, 6:00 p.m.
Renaissance Asheville Hotel

As the Asheville Art Museum is Making It New, with construction underway on a new facility and new programming across WNC, we invite you to Make It Yours and join us to celebrate all that is NEXT for you, the Museum and our community as we work together to transforms lives through art.

Join us for the Museum’s annual benefit gala, an evening that includes:

  • A lavish cocktail dinner
  • Gourmet food stations to please every palate
  • Live auction featuring stunning art and one-of-a-kind vacation packages (as well as the Fund A Need lot that helps the Museum create community through art)
  • An exciting raffle for a Dream Bar

If purchasing multiple tickets, please specify the names of all attendees during the online checkout process or email Joanna Miller after you have purchased.

Please note: Tickets will not be mailed. We will have a check-in desk the evening of the event with a full list of attendees who have purchased tickets.

Online ticket sales will end at 12:00 p.m. on Friday, June 17. After that time, please call 828.253.3227.


 

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North Carolina to Israel Photographic Project

North Carolina To Israel Photographic Project is 61 page catalogue produced in conjunction with the Asheville Art Museum’s 1997 exhibition, North Carolina to Israel Photographic Project held from July 10, 1997 to August 24, 1997. This catalogue includes articles, photographs, artist biographies, and artist descriptions of their experience. The articles are written by Pamela L. Myers, Bruce Lineker and Jean McLaughlin. The artist featured in this catalogue are Linda Kroff, Roger Manley, Susan Page, and Ralph Burns.

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Norm Schulman: A Life in Clay

Schulman: A Life in Clay is a full-color 56 page exhibition catalog was published in conjunction with the Asheville Art Museum’s 2006 retrospective of Norm Schulman’s work. Catalogue includes an article and interview by Joan Falconer Byrd, 37 pages of color photographs of artwork, and artist vitae.

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Holiday Arts Extravaganza 2016

DECEMBER 27, 28 + 29
1:00 – 4:00 p.m. each day
For students in grades 1 – 4
Cost: $18 per day for Members, $20 per day for non-members

Join us for one or all three afternoons of art-filled fun! Campers spend their time creating art of all kinds. All supplies and a snack are provided. Students are encouraged to wear clothes that can get messy!

Pre-registration is required. Get started below to register now online, or download and return this registration form.

 

Please complete the registration process for each individual camper. You may add multiple days for each camper to the cart before checking out.

 

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Art Travels: Spartanburg

AUGUST 17 – Thursday, 9:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Cost: $85 Members, $95 non-members (includes transportation, lunch, and tours)

Join us for a day trip to Spartanburg, SC to enjoy great art, delicious food, and good company! At the Spartanburg Art Museum, explore Another Body, an exhibition featuring the work of artists who depict, incorporate, or are inspired by the human body. At the Johnson Collection, discover iconic masterworks and representative artworks by a depth and breadth of artists – native to or visiting the Carolinas – whose lives and legacies form the foundation of Southern art history. Both locations also provide exclusive, behind-the-scenes visits in addition to private tours for our group. In between, enjoy a tasty lunch at the Crêpe Factory, a locally owned and operated farm-to-table crêperie and coffeehouse located in the historic telegraph station on Morgan Square.

Space is limited; register by August 3. To register, get started below; for more information or to register by phone, call 828.253.3227 x122. 

 

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Home-School Program

Second Tuesdays, 11:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.
$4 per student per session

Each 90-minute program includes a guided tour of the Museum and a hands-on activity in the studio. This program is designed for students in 1st through 4th grades.

Pre-registration and payment is required. To register online, get started below – each child requires a separate registration. If you prefer to download, print, and return a paper form, please click here.

Spring 2016 dates

  • February 9, 2016
  • March 8, 2016
  • April 12, 2016
  • May 10, 2016
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Annual Fund Donation

To help the Museum fulfill its mission, please enter your Annual Fund donation amount below. Your support is truly appreciated.

We believe the arts make a difference in our lives and in our community. Art inspires, enriches and enlivens us; it gives hope for the future and reminds us of our shared humanity. We know that you feel the same way. Your gift to the Annual Fund is a gift to the community, allowing us to continue to provide great art and great experiences to the people of Western North Carolina and the many visitors to our region.

Please be advised that no goods or services were provided by the Museum in exchange for this gift. Your contribution is tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law; you will receive a copy of this notice as a receipt and recognition of your contribution for your own records and accounting purposes.

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Docent Dues 2016-2017

Annual docent dues for the 2016-2017 touring year are due no later than Monday, October 31.

 

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Artist / Educator / Senior 60+ Member

CORE BENEFITS for One Year for One Working Artist or Educator or 60+ Senior*

*If you are a working Artist or Educator, please include your business/school below.

  • NEW Free admission to more than 180 museums in the Southeast through participation in the Southeast Reciprocal Museum Program.
  • NEW Discounts through MAKE IT NEW Partners
  • NEW Among the first to enter the New Museum at the exclusive Members-Only Preview party
  • NEW Making It Mine membership bumper sticker
  • NEW 25% discount off one item in Museum Shop on members’ birthdays
  • 10% discount at the Museum Shop
  • Subscription to the Museum’s e-newsletters and Member magazine
  • Invitations to all Museum openings, programs and special events, including members-only events
  • Discounts on ticketed Museum events and programs

 

Before you process your membership make sure you read about how We are Making It New! Learn about the benefits of becoming a MAKE IT NEW Member during our transition through a multi-year commitment, then choose your desired membership length below. Learn more.

 

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Individual Member

CORE BENEFITS for One Year for One Adult

  • NEW Free admission to more than 180 museums in the Southeast through participation in the Southeast Reciprocal Museum Program.
  • NEW Discounts through MAKE IT NEW Partners
  • NEW Among the first to enter the New Museum at the exclusive Members-Only Preview party
  • NEW Making It Mine membership bumper sticker
  • NEW 25% discount off one item in Museum Shop on members’ birthdays
  • 10% discount at the Museum Shop
  • Subscription to the Museum’s e-newsletters and Member magazine
  • Invitations to all Museum openings, programs and special events, including members-only events
  • Discounts on ticketed Museum events and programs

 

Before you process your membership make sure you read about how We are Making It New! Learn about the benefits of becoming a MAKE IT NEW Member during our transition through a multi-year commitment, then choose your desired membership length below. Learn more.

 

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Family/Dual Member

CORE BENEFITS for One Year for Two Adults and Children under 18 

  • NEW Free admission to more than 180 museums in the Southeast through participation in the Southeast Reciprocal Museum Program.
  • NEW Discounts through MAKE IT NEW Partners
  • NEW Among the first to enter the New Museum at the exclusive Members-Only Preview party
  • NEW Making It Mine membership bumper sticker
  • NEW 25% discount off one item in Museum Shop on members’ birthdays
  • 10% discount at the Museum Shop
  • Subscription to the Museum’s e-newsletters and Member magazine
  • Invitations to all Museum openings, programs and special events, including members-only events
  • Discounts on ticketed Museum events and programs

 

Before you process your membership make sure you read about how We are Making It New! Learn about the benefits of becoming a MAKE IT NEW Member during our transition through a multi-year commitment, then choose your desired membership length below. Learn more.

 

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Patron Member

CORE AND PATRON-PLUS BENEFITS for One Year for Two Adults and Children under 18

Core Benefits:

  • NEW Free admission to more than 180 museums in the Southeast through participation in the Southeast Reciprocal Museum Program.
  • NEW Discounts through MAKE IT NEW Partners
  • NEW Among the first to enter the New Museum at the exclusive Members-Only Preview party
  • NEW Making It Mine membership bumper sticker
  • NEW 25% discount off one item in Museum Shop on members’ birthdays
  • 10% discount at the Museum Shop
  • Subscription to the Museum’s e-newsletters and Member magazine
  • Invitations to all Museum openings, programs and special events, including members-only events
  • Discounts on ticketed Museum events and programs

PatronPlus Benefits:

  • NEW Free admission to more than 800 museums nationwide and in Canada through participation in the North American Reciprocal Membership program
  • Special PatronPlus Members’ Cocktail Party
  • Four (4) guest passes to the Museum (valid at 2 S. Pack Sq. upon the re-opening)
  • Museum poster of your choice

NEW Transition opportunity: Upgrade to any PatronPlus level and receive a six (6) month individual Membership to give as a gift!

 

Before you process your membership make sure you read about how We are Making It New! Learn about the benefits of becoming a MAKE IT NEW Member during our transition through a multi-year commitment, then choose your desired membership length below. Learn more.

 

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Sustaining Member

CORE AND PATRON-PLUS BENEFITS for One Year for Two Adults and Children under 18

Core Benefits:

  • NEW Free admission to more than 180 museums in the Southeast through participation in the Southeast Reciprocal Museum Program.
  • NEW Discounts through MAKE IT NEW Partners
  • NEW Among the first to enter the New Museum at the exclusive Members-Only Preview party
  • NEW Making It Mine membership bumper sticker
  • NEW 25% discount off one item in Museum Shop on members’ birthdays
  • 10% discount at the Museum Shop
  • Subscription to the Museum’s e-newsletters and Member magazine
  • Invitations to all Museum openings, programs and special events, including members-only events
  • Discounts on ticketed Museum events and programs

PatronPlus Benefits:

  • NEW Free admission to more than 800 museums nationwide and in Canada through participation in the North American Reciprocal Membership program
  • Special PatronPlus Members’ Cocktail Party
  • Four (4) guest passes to the Museum (valid at 2 S. Pack Sq. upon the re-opening)
  • Museum poster of your choice

Additional Sustaining Benefits:

  • NEW Private celebration before the re-opening, including guest speaker
  • NEW One (1) plus-one ticket to the exclusive Members-Only Preview Party so you can bring a non-member
  • Two (2) additional guest passes to the Museum (6 total)

NEW Transition opportunity: Upgrade to any PatronPlus level and receive a six (6) month individual Membership to give as a gift!

 

Before you process your membership make sure you read about how We are Making It New! Learn about the benefits of becoming a MAKE IT NEW Member during our transition through a multi-year commitment, then choose your desired membership length below. Learn more.

 

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Benefactor Member

CORE AND PATRON-PLUS BENEFITS for One Year for Two Adults and Children under 18

Core Benefits:

  • NEW Free admission to more than 180 museums in the Southeast through participation in the Southeast Reciprocal Museum Program.
  • NEW Discounts through MAKE IT NEW Partners
  • NEW Among the first to enter the New Museum at the exclusive Members-Only Preview party
  • NEW Making It Mine membership bumper sticker
  • NEW 25% discount off one item in Museum Shop on members’ birthdays
  • 10% discount at the Museum Shop
  • Subscription to the Museum’s e-newsletters and Member magazine
  • Invitations to all Museum openings, programs and special events, including members-only events
  • Discounts on ticketed Museum events and programs

PatronPlus Benefits:

  • NEW Free admission to more than 800 museums nationwide and in Canada through participation in the North American Reciprocal Membership program
  • Special PatronPlus Members’ Cocktail Party
  • Four (4) guest passes to the Museum (valid at 2 S. Pack Sq. upon the re-opening)
  • Museum poster of your choice

Additional Benefactor Benefits:

  • NEW Private celebration before the re-opening, including guest speaker
  • NEW One (1) plus-one ticket to the exclusive Members-Only Preview Party so you can bring a non-member
  • Two (2) additional guest passes to the Museum (6 total)
  • NEW One-year Individual Membership to give as a gift
  • Museum catalogue of your choice

NEW Transition opportunity: Upgrade to any PatronPlus level and receive a six (6) month individual Membership to give as a gift!

 

Before you process your membership make sure you read about how We are Making It New! Learn about the benefits of becoming a MAKE IT NEW Member during our transition through a multi-year commitment, then choose your desired membership length below. Learn more.

 

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Directors Forum Member

CORE AND PATRON-PLUS BENEFITS for One Year for Two Adults and Children under 18

Core Benefits:

  • NEW Free admission to more than 180 museums in the Southeast through participation in the Southeast Reciprocal Museum Program.
  • NEW Discounts through MAKE IT NEW Partners
  • NEW Among the first to enter the New Museum at the exclusive Members-Only Preview party
  • NEW Making It Mine membership bumper sticker
  • NEW 25% discount off one item in Museum Shop on members’ birthdays
  • 10% discount at the Museum Shop
  • Subscription to the Museum’s e-newsletters and Member magazine
  • Invitations to all Museum openings, programs and special events, including members-only events
  • Discounts on ticketed Museum events and programs

PatronPlus Benefits:

  • NEW Free admission to more than 800 museums nationwide and in Canada through participation in the North American Reciprocal Membership program
  • Special PatronPlus Members’ Cocktail Party
  • Four (4) guest passes to the Museum (valid at 2 S. Pack Sq. upon the re-opening)
  • Museum poster of your choice

Additional Directors Forum Benefits:

  • NEW Private celebration before the re-opening, including guest speaker
  • NEW One (1) plus-one ticket to the exclusive Members-Only Preview Party so you can bring a non-member
  • Two (2) additional guest passes to the Museum (6 total)
  • NEW One-year Individual Membership to give as a gift
  • Museum catalogue of your choice
  • NEW Two (2) one-year Individual Memberships to give as gifts
  • Museum tote bag of your choice

NEW Transition opportunity: Upgrade to any PatronPlus level and receive a six (6) month individual Membership to give as a gift!

 

Before you process your membership make sure you read about how We are Making It New! Learn about the benefits of becoming a MAKE IT NEW Member during our transition through a multi-year commitment, then choose your desired membership length below. Learn more.

 

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