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Emergent Landscapes Exhibit at Brahm

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

Presented in the Rankin West Gallery. Emergent Landscapes: Mountains, Music, & Improvisation in the Paintings of Abie Harris. Abie Harris paints the mountains—he also paints the equally dynamic landscape of Bluegrass music. He is often doing both of these things at the same time. Rooted in Harris’s iterative approach to painting, the pictures in Emergent […]

Free

Potters & Patrons: The Gorelick Collection exhibit at BRAHM

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

Carol Gorelick (1939-2019) began building her collection of pottery in 1970. Along with her husband Shelton (1929-2014), the Gorelicks were drawn to the medium’s texture and tactility and built a substantial collection of predominantly North Carolina pottery and ceramic objects over the proceeding decades. Interviews with exhibited artists, intimate archival imagery of the collection in […]

Free admission

Wildflowers: Blown Glass by Ronnie Hughes Exhibit at BRAHM

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

Blown glass works, presented in the Schaefer Gallery. September 14, 2021 - May 8th, 2022. Check museum hours. Photo: Ronnie Hughs, Bleeding Heart 1, 2003, blown glass. Collection of Bo Henderson and Ed Springs.

Free

Sonia de los Santos: En Casa Con Sonia

Online Blowing Rock, NC

Virtual event. Join Sonia from home! Sing along to her beloved songs, learn about the stories that inspire her music, and get to know the work of some of her favorite artists. Available for viewing anytime between Sept. 29, 2021-Oct. 27, 2021. Part of the APPlause! K-12 Performing Arts Series.

Free, registration required.

Storyland: A Trip Through Childhood Favorites exhibit at BRAHM

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

Presented in the Atwell Gallery. Storyland: A Trip Through Childhood Favorites is an immersive adventure through three beloved children’s picture books: The Tale of Peter Rabbit by Beatrix Potter, The Snowy Day by Ezra Jack Keats, and Where’s Spot? by Eric Hill. From idyllic country gardens to urban snowscapes, this exhibit engages children and adults […]

Free
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Afternoon Art

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

Children ages 6 - 10 are invited to join us for creative art-making activities through a variety of media, from watercolor to clay. Each week features a famous artist, book, or theme to serve as inspiration and guidance for the art-making activity.

$8
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Doodlebug Club

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

Preschool-age children and a parent/guardian are invited to Doodlebug Club — a fun, educational art program focused on basic art skills (holding your paintbrush, identifying primary colors, etc.).

$8

Reggie Harris: Music and the Underground Railroad

Online Blowing Rock, NC

Virtual Event. The Underground Railroad is one of the most important chapters in American History. This engaging concert of songs, stories and narratives about slavery and the quest for freedom reveals the hope, power and eventually, the triumph that was accomplished by a network of multicultural allies. Music and the Underground Railroad provides an understanding […]

Free, registration required.

Virtual BRAHM Book Club: The Jack Tales by Richard Chase

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

A collection of folk tales from the southern Appalachians that center on a single character, the irrepressible Jack. Available via Zoom link on event website.

Free

Fall Appalachian Dance Ensemble

Valborg Theater, Appalachian State University 480 Howard Street, Boone, NC

This popular annual concert features Appalachian faculty and students showcasing their talents in choreography and performance. The 2021 fall concert is scheduled to include work by Dance Studies faculty members Susan Lutz and Sherone Price, with other choreographers to be announced.

Ticket prices vary- see online seating map