Carolinas editor Susan Lee Mackey observes the successes and failures of public land management through two new exhibits at the Asheville Art Museum.
Pike School of Art receives an Our Town Grant from the NEA, awardees for the 2022 Edge Award are announced as well as other awardees from CAC NOLA and Center for Craft, and more in Burnaway’s bi-weekly news roundup.
Burnaway takes a Close Look at a group show spanning over four decades of ceramic sculpture from the Asheville Art Museum’s permanent collection.
Burnaway takes a close look at Dawn Roe’s Conditions for an Unfinished Work of Mourning: Wretched Yew at Tracey Morgan Gallery, Asheville.
Kate Averett experiences the tensions of High Anxiety in Asheville.
Kate Averett navigates the fractured landscapes of social media and digital life in an exhibition presented by Tiger Strikes Asteroid Greenville.
In a solo exhibition at Tracey Morgan Gallery, painter Ralston Fox Smith imbues color theory and geometric abstraction with fresh emotional richness. Read BA contributor Jeremy Phillips’s review.
BA takes a close look at phtographer James Henkel’s solo exhibition “Table Arrangements” at Tracey Morgan Gallery in Asheville, NC.
With a population of around 90,000, Asheville, North Carolina, is a large town rapidly turning into a small city. Over recent years, it has been optimistically dubbed (or self-dubbed) “Beer City,” “Craft City,” “Climate City,” “Foodtopia,” and most charmingly “the Paris of the South.” Lonely Planet and Forbes have both designated the Blue Ridge Mountain … Continued