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Asheville Art Museum


*SOLD OUT* Drawing + Painting the Self (Grades 6-8)

Week 3 | July 8–12 | Afternoon (1-4pm)

Minnie Evans, Untitled, not dated, colored pencil on brown paper, 11 ¾ × 9 inches. Gift of Randy Siegel, 2012.08.42.

*SOLD OUT* Mixed-Up + Messy (Grades K-2)

Week 4 | July 15–19 | Morning (9am-12pm)

*SOLD OUT* Playful Painting (Grades K-2)

Week 4 | July 15–19 | Afternoon (1-4pm)

Romare Bearden, Sunset Express, 1984, collage on panel, 12 ⅝ × 14 inches. Museum purchase, 1985.04.1.29. © The Romare Bearden Foundation / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York.

*SOLD OUT* Experimenting with Mixed Media (Grades 9-12)

Week 5 | July 22–26 | Morning (9am-12pm)

*SOLD OUT* Drawing + Painting (Grades 9-12)

Week 5 | July 22–26 | Afternoon (1-4pm)

*SOLD OUT* Art Explorers (Grades K-2)

Week 6 | July 29–August 2 | Morning (9am-12pm)

*SOLD OUT* Mixed-Media Madness (Grades K-2)

Week 6 | July 29–August 2 | Afternoon (1-4pm)

*SOLD OUT* Paper Possibilities (Grades 3-5)

Week 7 | August 5–9 | Morning (9am-12pm)

*SOLD OUT* Let’s Build (Grades 3-5)

Week 7 | August 5–9 | Afternoon (1-4pm)

Ninth Street Women: Five Painters and the Movement That Changed Modern Art by Mary Gabriel

Set amid the most turbulent social and political period of modern times, Ninth Street Women is the impassioned, wild, sometimes tragic, always exhilarating chronicle of…

What You Are Getting Wrong About Appalachia by Elizabeth Catte

In 2016, headlines declared Appalachia ground zero for America’s “forgotten tribe” of white working class voters. Journalists flocked to the region to extract sympathetic profiles…

Pianoforte with John Cobb

Save the date for the debut of Pianoforte in the new Museum, featuring returning performer John Cobb! Check back here for more information and to…