Sand Hill Artists Collective

Sand Hill Artists Collective (SHAC) brings opportunities and benefits to artists and art lovers in Asheville and beyond. Anyone, everywhere in the world is welcome to enjoy our exhibits, blog and podcasts. 

ARTSVILLE COLLECTIVE: SHAC provides exhibit space in the RAD to featured artists quarterly. Our gallery at Marquee opens soon.

SHAC CONNECTION: SHAC’s blog expands with more stories and news about art, cultural travel and personal commentary from creative artists, writers, professionals and community leaders.

ARTSVILLE: Our new podcast series is in production to release in early 2022 with interviews from Asheville and beyond to reach national audiences.

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Watercolor by Bronwen McCormick
Quilt by Mary Stori
Painting by Sara Moser


ARTSVILLE COLLECTIVE will invite three artists quarterly from the Asheville region to show their work at our new gallery space at Marquee beginning Fall 2021.This multi-vendor warehouse, a Euro-styled indoor art street market in the Foundation area of RAD, will offer the works of 75+ vendors. SHAC featured artists receive exhibit space and exposure through publicity, a blog and a podcast about themselves and their work.

Interested? Send 3-5 images of your work and a few lines about yourself to SHAC FEATURE ARTISTS at

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SHAC CONNECTION reaches your inbox with stories and news from artists and writers in Asheville and beyond. Content expands to all things creative in art and craft including travel, personal stories and news from artists and artisans, professionals and collectors.

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ARTSVILLE, our upcoming podcast series, launchesin early 2022 in partnership with Crewest Studio in Los Angeles and Artsville will celebrate contemporary American arts & crafts from Asheville and beyond for folks from all over the world to discover western North Carolina’s creativity and culture. With artists and area leaders, Artsville interviews feel like a conversation with friends. 

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