Events for August 28 – December 24, 2020 – Southern Highland Craft Guild Skip to content

“The Power of Distinction” Main Gallery Exhibition

Folk Art Center Milepost 382, Blue Ridge Parkway, Asheville

In the main upstairs gallery of the Folk Art Center, The Power of Distinction highlights works from our Permanent Collection, honoring the Guild's 90th Anniversary.

Free

CANCELED: Glass & Metal Day

Folk Art Center Milepost 382, Blue Ridge Parkway, Asheville

*The first of our Educational Events this year has been cancelled!* The Southern Highland Craft Guild is committed to the health and safety of our staff, volunteers, partners, and community.…

CANCELED: Carolina Mountain Woodturners

Folk Art Center Milepost 382, Blue Ridge Parkway, Asheville

*THIS EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELED* Free and open to the public: The Carolina Mountain Woodturners meet in the auditorium of the Folk Art Center the third Saturday of each month.…

Free

Cancelled: “Class of 2020” Main Gallery Exhibition

Folk Art Center Milepost 382, Blue Ridge Parkway, Asheville

The Folk Art Center's Main Gallery exhibition "Class of 2020." Showcasing work in clay, metal, wood, and fiber by the graduates of Haywood Community College's Professional Crafts Program. On view to…

Free

Asheville Storytelling Circle

Folk Art Center Milepost 382, Blue Ridge Parkway, Asheville

Come join us for the Asheville Storytelling Circle's fourth annual spring event! From 3:00 - 5:00 in the Folk Art Center auditorium, you'll hear talented oral historians from around the…

Cancelled: Memorial Day Concert

Folk Art Center Milepost 382, Blue Ridge Parkway, Asheville

We are pleased to welcome the Asheville Community Band back to the Folk Art Center for their Annual Memorial Day Concert! Filled with traditional marches, military songs, Appalachian music, and…

Free

Cancelled: Dulcimer Day

Folk Art Center Milepost 382, Blue Ridge Parkway, Asheville

The Mountain Dulcimer is an American instrument developed by immigrants moving down the Appalachians in the 18th and 19th centuries. From these times this simple 3 or 4 stringed instrument was played on porches and in the homes of the Appalachian region. Through the years it evolved in structure, tuning, and repertoire. Today Mountain Dulcimer music ranges from traditional reels and jigs, to beautiful Celtic aires, and from classical to contemporary compositions. It is played as a solo instrument or in small and large ensembles.

Cancelled: Clay Day

Folk Art Center Milepost 382, Blue Ridge Parkway, Asheville

Join us for a celebration of one of the oldest craft mediums and the makers of clay. Clay Day features craft demonstrations and hands-on activities by members of the Southern…

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