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Exhibit: Coast to Coast: Contrasts & Shared Values Across American Impressionism

Blowing Rock Art & History Museum 159 Ginny Stevens Lane, Blowing Rock, NC

Presented in the Rankin West Gallery at Blowing Rock Art & History Museum

Coast to Coast draws connections across impressionist painting as it was practiced on opposite sides of America in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, focusing on the artists who made the journey—some permanently and some temporarily—and how the relationships that emerged between them led to a dynamic and often divergent approach to plein-air painting.

Free Admission

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Public Guided Tour at BRAHM

Blowing Rock Art & History Mueseum Chestnut Street, Blowing Rock, NC

BRAHM's free guided tours for the public are the best way to learn more about the artworks currently on view at the museum. Tours are led by docents, a team of dedicated volunteers who have studied BRAHM's exhibitions and are trained to give tours to any and all museum visitors. Docents are the ambassadors to […]

Free

BRAHM: BooneDocs Film Fest Encore

Blowing Rock Art & History Museum 159 Ginny Stevens Lane, Blowing Rock, NC

Head to BRAHM for an encore screening of award-winning films from the inaugural BooneDocs Film Festival in 2022. This will serve as a teaser for the 2023 festival which takes place on February 25 at 2 pm at the Appalachian Theatre.

Free Entry

BRAHM: Banjos, Ballads, and Badmen: Sheila Kay Adams

Blowing Rock Art & History Museum 159 Ginny Stevens Lane, Blowing Rock, NC

Seventh-generation ballad singer, storyteller, and musician, Sheila Kay Adams will perform pieces from across her repertoire spanning oceans and generations. This event is guaranteed to be fun and engaging for the whole family.

Free Entry

BRAHM: Coast to Coast: American Impressionism Curator Talk

Blowing Rock Art & History Museum 159 Ginny Stevens Lane, Blowing Rock, NC

Coast to Coast draws connections across impressionist painting as it was practiced on opposite sides of America in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, focussing on the artists who made the journey—some permanently and some temporarily—and how the relationships that emerged between them led to a dynamic and often divergent approach to plein-air painting.

$8

BRAHM: Grandfather Mountain’s Slithery Friends

Blowing Rock Art & History Museum 159 Ginny Stevens Lane, Blowing Rock, NC

Cassie Petrilla from Grandfather Mountain Stewardship Foundation will be giving a talk at BRAHM to share information on the long, legless reptiles. Come learn about their critical role in the environment!

$8

The Schaefer Center: KODO

Schaefer Center for the Performing Arts 733 Rivers Street, Boone, NC

Under the theme “One Earth,” Kodo endeavors to bring the sound of the taiko to all corners of the globe so music and message can resonate with myriad cultures and ways of life. Head over to the Schaefer Center and experience Kodo for yourself!

$10 – $25

BRAHM: Wild & Scenic Film

Blowing Rock Art & History Museum 159 Ginny Stevens Lane, Blowing Rock, NC

Wild & Scenic is a short documentary about Wilson Creek, which is located in Caldwell County, North Carolina, and is known for its wild and scenic beauty but has had a history of ecological destruction due to timber harvesting.

$8

BRAHM: Sustainable Tourism – What is it really?

Blowing Rock Art & History Museum 159 Ginny Stevens Lane, Blowing Rock, NC

Join App State’s Dr. Carol Kline to answer the questions: What does sustainability mean in tourism? How can we achieve more of it? And why would we even want to?

Registration Required