SHAC Exhibit Announcement in AVL Today

SHAC’s upcoming 1st anniversary exhibition is announced in AVL Today.

SHAC / Pink Dog Creative Artist Featured in Our State Magazine

Beautiful Ukrainian Psanky Eggs, created by artist Andrea Kulish, are featured in Our State magazine in an article on art and food and festivities befitting the Spring/Easter season. Read the full article here. Andrea has a studio at Pink Dog Creative in the River Arts District. She is also the social media coordinator for Sand Hill Artists Collective, so we are particularly pleased to see her receiving this recognition. Congratulations, Andrea! And thanks to Our State for featuring her work.

What a WOW! SHAC Supporters Visit Momentum’s New Gallery

Jordan and Shifra Ahlers invited us to preview their exciting new Momentum Gallery, which has moved to 52 Broadway across from the Center for Craft.

Asheville Area Arts Council Announces March Events of Interest

Sand Hill Artists Collective’s First Year – by Louise Glickman

This time last year saw the start of the Biltmore Lake Artists group, which has expanded to become the Sand Hill Artists Collective. SHAC has grown rapidly in its mission to showcase artists living in the Biltmore Lake, Enka, Candler, and West Asheville area. SHAC begins its fund-raising Virtual Holiday Gallery Tour this week.

Virtual Holiday Gallery Tours Tickets Available

Sand Hill Artists Collective has announced its Virtual Holiday Gallery Tours! For ten weekday evenings at 5:00 pm December 2nd through 15th SHAC will host live, hour-long webinar-style online tours of ten Asheville area art galleries, a different one each day. The galleries are Black Mountain College Museum, Blue Spiral 1, Center for Craft, LEAF Global, Momentum Gallery, Penland Gallery, Pink Dog Creative, River Arts District Artists, Southern Highland Craft Guild, and Tracey Morgan Gallery. Each gallery will present a unique webinar highlighting their artists and offerings, their histories and programs, and… Read More

Randy Shull and Hedy Fischer: Speaking Out Through Art

This creative couple has carved a path of understanding through their creative activism to model Asheville as a more thoughtful and socially committed community. Randy and Hedy are collectors, travelers, curators and all around cultural pollinators who have used their dynamic capabilities as communicators, designers, builders and philanthropists. Pink Dog Creative: As a team, they are committed to art that spurs social advocacy, evokes understanding and stimulates self-awareness. Hedy curates a monthly exhibit at Pink Dog Creative, their colorful studio collective of 28+ working artists on Depot Street. This colorful venue alone… Read More

John Cram, a pioneer of downtown Asheville’s renaissance, has died at 72

Louise Glickman and Daryl Slaton join the Asheville arts community in mourning the loss of long- time friend and supporter John Cram. He will be dearly missed by all who knew him. https://www.citizen-times.com/story/news/2020/10/27/asheville-john-cram-business-gallery-owner-dies/6021358002/

Arts for Life Anywhere

Did you know that you can now virtually access Arts For Life, the North Carolina-based nonprofit that brings creative programs to Mission Hospital’s young patients? Arts for Life Anywhere takes their unique programming online for children, teenagers and their families to enjoy wherever they are, whenever it’s needed. Providing online programs and resources has long been a goal for Arts For Life, but COVID-19 spurred the development and launch of Arts For Life Anywhere this past May. Based on nearly 20 years of experience interacting with young people in the hospital, Arts… Read More

Art of the Carolinas Online Workshops November 9-14

Sign-ups begin now for Art of the Carolinas virtual workshops November 9-14.