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ASHEVILLE ART MUSEUM Now on View | 2019 WNC Regional Scholastic Art Awards Exhibition

Monday, February 4–March 12   Mission Health/A-B Tech Conference Center   16 Fernihurst Dr, Asheville, 28801


[Tori Kim, grade 12, Asheville School. Seoul, drawing and illustration. 2019 WNC Regional Scholastic Art Awards: Gold Key, American Visions nominee.]
The Museum, with the assistance of its volunteer docents and support from the Asheville Area Section of the American Institute of Architects, is proud to sponsor the WNC Regional Scholastic Art Awards. Students in grades 7 – 12 from all across our region were invited to submit work for this special juried competition. The Museum worked with the Alliance for Young Artists & Writers to facilitate regional judging of student artwork and recognition of our community’s burgeoning artistic talent. A selection of artwork receiving regional awards is now on view in the lobby of the Mission Health/A-B Tech Conference Center February 4 – March 12.
 
Tickets on Sale 

TOAST Asheville 2019
Wednesday, February 27 | 6:30-8:30pm
French Broad Chocolate Factory & Café
821 Riverside Drive Suite 199, Asheville, 28801

February 27 is TOAST Asheville – an evening featuring wine and beer tastings, as well as small bites from local restaurants, a silent auction, and live entertainment. This year, we’re thrilled to partner with French Broad Chocolate as our lead event sponsor, and we look forward to holding the event at their new French Broad Chocolate Factory and Café. Live entertainment will feature Bohemian Jean, a married duo made up of singer-songwriter Matthew Welborn and vocalist Jessi Stone.

Tickets are on sale now for this much-anticipated event! Click the link below to purchase. To keep up with the latest, visit ashevilleart.org, call 828.253.3227 x117 or email KBoddy@ashevilleart.org. 

[Photo courtesy French Broad Chocolate]
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Upcoming Events

During construction, the Museum is continuing an active schedule of programming in our community.

Programs for Kids
Storytime & Art

Discussion Bound
My Soul Has Grown Deep: Black Art from the American South by Finley, Randall, Griffey, Peck, and Pinckney
Feb. 12, 12pm
Malaprop’s Bookstore/Café

Up for Discussion
Women & American Art Pottery
Feb. 16, 5-7pm
St. Mary’s Episcopal Church

Special Event
TOAST Asheville
Feb. 27, 6:30-8:30pm
French Broad Chocolate Factory and Café

Art Travels
Charlotte, NC
March 1, 8:30am-6pm

Exhibition on View
2019 WNC Regional Scholastic Art Awards
Feb. 4 – Mar. 12
Mission Health/A-B Tech Conference Center

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