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Asheville Art Museum

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Play It Again: Repetition in Art – VIRTUAL

Join Kay Dunn and Ralinda Lurie, touring docents, for an interactive conversation about four artworks in our Collection.

Early Bird Yoga

Early Bird Yoga is back! Join us in our spacious atrium for family-friendly yoga and mindfulness.

Developing Drawing Skills Through Still Life

In this workshop, work from a still life to explore drawing in a safe environment with a non-intimidating subject.

Conversation with the Curator: Beauford Delaney’s Metamorphosis into Freedom – VIRTUAL

Stephen Wicks, the KMA’s Barbara W. & Bernard E. Bernstein Curator and organizing curator of Beauford Delaney’s Metamorphosis into Freedom, gives an overview of the exhibition, offers insight into the experience of building the exhibition, and answers questions from the audience.

Walking on the Moon – VIRTUAL

Join Hank Bovee, touring docent, for an interactive conversation about three artworks in our special exhibition Meeting the Moon.

Let’s Laugh! – VIRTUAL

Today’s program for adults with memory loss and their care partners is led by Kathy Seguin and Sheila Langdon, touring docents.

Is It a Woman’s Point of View? – VIRTUAL

Join Megan Pyle, touring docent, for an interactive conversation about three artworks in our Collection and special exhibition Meeting the Moon.

More Than Math

More Than Math is a professional-development program that integrates visual art into the mathematics curriculum for 3rd through 8th grades. Grades 3–8 math teachers are invited to apply to participate in this professional-development workshop.

Members-Only Preview: Our Strength Is Our People + Old World/New Soil

As a valued Museum Member, we invite you to join us for the exclusive opening of our newest exhibitions, Our Strength Is Our People: The…

Cultivating Digital Photography Skills: The Photographer’s Playbook – VIRTUAL

In this four-part virtual class, use The Photographer’s Playbook as a guide and source of inspiration for a series of creative photo assignments that can help jumpstart a stagnant practice, challenge us to get out of our comfort zone, and reimagine how we approach image-making.

Chrysler Museum of Art – VIRTUAL

Until it’s safe to travel together for our popular Art Travels day, overnight, national, and international trips, we’re thrilled to continue virtual trips for armchair travelers each first Thursday evening! This month, we travel to the Chrysler Museum of Art in Norfolk, VA.

Darkness to Light – VIRTUAL

Join Sarah Reincke, master docent and Steve Bennett, touring docent, for an interactive conversation about three artworks in our Collection and special exhibitions Many Become One and Meeting the Moon.

I Always Loved You: A Novel by Robin Oliveira – VIRTUAL

In I Always Loved You, Oliveira brilliantly recreates the irresistible world of Belle-Époque Paris, writing with grace and uncommon insight into the passion and foibles of the human heart.

Where Have All the People Gone? – VIRTUAL

Join Sylvie Horvath, touring docent, for an interactive conversation about three artworks in our Collection.

More Than Math

More Than Math is a professional-development program that integrates visual art into the mathematics curriculum for 3rd through 8th grades. Grades 3–8 math teachers are invited to apply to participate in this professional-development workshop.

Early Bird Yoga

Early Bird Yoga is back inside the Museum! Join us in our spacious atrium for family-friendly yoga and mindfulness.

To Boldly Go Where No Artist Has Gone Before: NASA’s Art Program and Visionary Space Artists – VIRTUAL

In the 1950s, Forward-thinking aerospace engineers not only were thinking about space flight but also working on the first practical and serious plan for what would become the Space Age. To help sell their vision, they sought out artists to turn ideas into visual form that the American public could see and understand

On the Waterfront – VIRTUAL

Join Megan Pyle, touring docent, for an interactive conversation about three artworks in our Collection.

Abstract Painting

MakerSpace is back! Visit our special exhibition Beauford Delaney’s Metamorphosis into Freedom on a scavenger hunt for inspiration, then drop in to explore different abstract…

Myron G. Barlow, Woman Arranging Flowers, circa 1915, oil on canvas, 39 × 31 inches. Gift of Mrs. Charles M. Butler, 1997.02.01.21.

Interiors – VIRTUAL

Today’s program for adults with memory loss and their care partners is led by Doris Potash, master docent.

New Museum – VIRTUAL

Until it’s safe to travel together for our popular Art Travels day, overnight, national, and international trips, we’re thrilled to continue virtual trips for armchair travelers each first Thursday evening! This month, we travel to the New Museum in New York, NY.

Space Is the Place (Grades K-2)

Week 1 | June 7–11 | Morning (9am-12pm)

Little Artists (Grades K-2)

Week 1 | June 7–11 | Afternoon (1–4pm)

In the Shadow of the Moon: America, Russia, and the Hidden History of the Space Race by Amy Cherrix – VIRTUAL

From local author Amy Cherrix, In the Shadow of the Moon is the extraordinary, often hidden story of the space race, that takes you behind the scenes into the bitter rivalry that launched humankind to the moon.

Exploring Sky and Space (Grades 3-5)

Week 2 | June 14–18 | All Day (9am–4pm)

Sculpture (Grades 6–8)

Week 3 | June 21–25 | Grades 6–8 | Morning

*FULL* Book-Binding (Grades 6–8)

Week 3 | June 21–25 | Grades 6–8 | Afternoon

Outside In (Grades K–2)

Week 4 | June 28–July 2 | Grades K–2 | Morning

Let’s Build (Grades K–2)

Week 4 | June 28–July 2 | Grades K–2 | Afternoon

*FULL* Portraiture in Painting and Drawing (Grades 9–12)

Week 5 | July 12–16 | Grades 9–12 | Morning

Mixed-Media Collage (Grades 9–12)

Week 5 | July 12–16 | Grades 9–12 | Afternoon

Sulton Rogers, Untitled Man with Pink Shirt and Green Pants, not dated, carved and painted wood, 12 ½ × 4 × 6 inches. Museum purchase, 2006.11.02.32.

Creating Sculpture (Grades 3–5)

Week 6 | July 19–23 | Grades 3–5 | Morning

*FULL* Elements of Art (Grades 3–5)

Week 6 | July 19–23 | Grades 3–5 | Afternoon

Fantastic Food (Grades K–2)

Week 7 | July 26–30 | Grades K–2 | Morning

Mixed-Up and Messy (Grades K–2)

Week 7 | July 26–30 | Grades K–2 | Afternoon

ArtCurious: Stories of the Unexpected, Slightly Odd, and Strangely Wonderful in Art History by Jennifer Dasal

ArtCurious is art history as you’ve never read it, stories that will shock and entertain, make you question what you thought you knew, and introduce you to unknown characters and hidden histories, conspiracy theories, scandal, and intrigue.