Arts Resource Links
Listed below are further sources for events and activities. Please visit websites of the following partners to learn more about their individual offerings.
Student artwork may be seen in several galleries on campus during the academic year. Owen Hall is the home of the Art Department and houses three galleries. Artwork is also exhibited in the Highsmith University Union Gallery or in one of two galleries in the D. Hiden Ramsey Library.
Students in the Drama Department put on several professional performances a year. Keep an eye out for upcoming performances at Theatre UNCA.
Check out the Music Department's Calendar of Events to learn when you can listen to UNC Asheville Student and Faculty Music Ensembles performing on campus and in various community and concert venues throughout the school year.
Special Collections: Brown Bag Talks with UNC Asheville Faculty in the Ramsey Library Whitman Room. Bring a bag lunch and join in the discussion.
The CCCD has an exhibition space dedicated to showing works by contemporary craft artists regionally, nationally and internationally along with various public programs. The Center also administers national grant programs supporting scholarly research, internships and professional development in the field if American studio craft.
The Diana Wortham Theatre offers live performances of music, theatre and dance throughout the year by nationally touring artists as well as a wide array of performances by professional and avocational regional arts groups.
$10 Student Rush tickets on the day of a show if available. Call or stop by the box office to check availability and to purchase. Tickets 828.257.4530
The Asheville Art Museu presents an exciting, inviting and active schedule of exhibitions and public programs.
The Black Mountain College Museum + Arts Center is an exhibition space and resource center dedicated to exploring the history and legacy of the world's most acclaimed experimental educational community.
Lake Edan Art Festival is a non-profit organization connecting cultures and creating community through music and art.
North Carolina Stage Company is a non-profit, professional theatre in downtown Asheville.
The YMI is dedicated to the preservation of cultural identity and the promotion of intercultural activities. The YMI partners with the community as a resource center and promotes educational opportunities.
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