ASHEVILLE AREA ARTS COUNCIL – Events
It’s such an exciting time! We are moving to the Refinery Creator Space at 207 Coxe Avenue. It’s 15,000 square feet and creates a home to ten individual artist entrepreneurs and five community organizations.
We need your support to guide the Asheville Area Arts Council into sustaining the vibrant arts community that makes our city so very unique. Your stewardship allows for the creative sector to flourish. By choosing to support the AAAC you are effectively and exponentially growing the vibrancy of our artist community. And we do not want you to miss out on all the excitement that is coming!
An innovative collaboration is now borne! The Refinery Creator Space will allow AAAC to provide resources, innovation and tools for our very eclectic Asheville Arts Community. This is our creative community. With your continued support we can continue the tradition that makes Asheville so quirky and exciting.
If you have any questions please contact us at email@example.com or 828.258.0710. VISIT OUR EVENTS PAGE HERE
This is our creative community. With your continued support we can continue the tradition that makes Asheville so quirky and exciting.
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