Creativity, Craft & Fresh Culture: What You Can’t Miss In Asheville In 2020
ASHEVILLE, N.C., Nov. 14, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- Blue Ridge Mountain legacies of craft and creativity take the spotlight in 2020 as Asheville, N.C., marks four major art center openings with immersive experiences. Other new creative offerings in the coming year include full moon yoga hikes, an Art Deco food hall curated by James Beard honorees, a collaboration between Asheville’s oldest and newest breweries and a vinyl record plant with music café and bar. Here’s why you should travel to Asheville in the coming year: http://www.ExploreAsheville.com/avl2020.
BLUE RIDGE ART LEGACY
Long-known as an arts colony with connections to the American Craft Revival and mid-20th-century avant-garde movements, the Asheville area features hundreds of fine artists, performance venues, mountain crafters, folk artists, colorful arts neighborhoods, lively music halls, galleries and myriad events and offerings that celebrate creativity. The city’s rich architectural legacy, with its mix of Art Deco, Beaux Arts and Neoclassical styles, is a fitting retro-urban backdrop for the collaborative, artistic energy that permeates every sector of local life. With an eye toward the future of their crafts, many local artists also keep a strong foothold in Southern Appalachian traditions, such as basket weaving, quilting, woodwork, wildcrafting and pottery. Find out more at ExploreAsheville.com/arts.
FRESH CULTURAL ADVENTURES + RIVER ARTS DISTRICT IMPROVEMENTS
CURATED CULTURE IN ARCHITECTURAL ICONS
CREATIVE OUTDOOR & WELLNESS OFFERINGS
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SOURCE Explore Asheville Convention & Visitors Bureau