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Jim Sams

The 67th Annual Craft Fair of the Southern Highlands

The 67th Annual Craft Fair of the Southern Highlands takes place at the U.S. Cellular Center in downtown Asheville, October 16-19. Nearly 200 juried artists of the Southern Highland Craft Guild will be selling works of clay, metal, wood, jewelry, fiber, paper, natural materials, leather and mixed media. With styles ranging from traditional to contemporary, …

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Little Troposphere by Susan Lee

Weaverville Art Safari Free Fall Studio Tours

The arrival of fall in Western North Carolina signals more than the start of colorful autumn foliage. It also marks the arrival of one of the most popular studio art tours in the area, the Weaverville Art Safari. Held on November 1 and 2 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., this year’s tour boasts 47 …

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The AAAC’s 2014 Color Ball

In 1895 George Vanderbilt opened his Biltmore Estate; this year marked the crowning moment on years of construction. The Estate fostered a community adorned with lovers of art, beauty, and culture. The 2014 Color Ball is dedicated to the same elegance and energy of a golden age. This was the time of Vincent Van Gogh, …

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De La Soul

The 39th LEAF Festival

LEAF has a stellar lineup of performing artists for the fall festival, taking place October 16-19, 2014 in Black Mountain. “Celebrate Unity, Inspire Every Voice” at the 39th LEAF Festival and experience multiple cultures with the harmonious and stirring tones of Nahko & Medicine for the People; influential hip hop legends De La Soul; and …

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