Roadworks, an outreach program of Western Carolina University’s College of Fine and Performing Arts that has offered free music and theatrical events to communities throughout the region in summers past, will add an on-site art experience this year.
“Past in Present, Streets of India,” an exhibit currently showing at Gallery Art and Aesthetic in New Delhi, India, features large format photos taken by Jon Jicha, a Western Carolina University art professor.
Students and faculty from Western Carolina University’s School of Art and Design will participate in a panel discussion on “alternative facts” Saturday, March 25, at Revolve Art Space in Asheville that coincides with an accompanying multimedia exhibition on information, disinformation and public perception.
Susan S. Szenasy, publisher and editor-in-chief of Metropolis, an award-winning New York City-based magazine of architecture and design, will visit the Western Carolina University campus to give a presentation Thursday, Oct. 27.
“Here to There,” an exhibition of small works and performance by graduate students at Western Carolina University’s School of Art and Design, continues through Sunday, Nov. 22, at Revolve studio, gallery and creative space, located in Asheville.