Glass and Metal Day

Folk Art Center Blue Ridge Parkway milepost 382, Asheville

More than a dozen Southern Highland Craft Guild members will showcase their skills of glass and metal in the Folk Art Center auditorium. These...

Free

Fiber Weekend

Folk Art Center 382 Blue Ridge Parkway, Asheville

A weekend of fiber returns to the Folk Art Center for Mother's Day. The two-day event features felters, quilters, weavers, knitters, tatters, spinners and...

Free

Wabi Sabi, Embracing the Art of Imperfection

Folk Art Center Blue Ridge Parkway milepost 382, Asheville

The Southern Highland Craft Guild opens its third exhibition of 2018 with Wabi Sabi, Embracing the Art of Imperfection. It features 60 objects from...

Free

Craft Fair of the Southern Highlands

US Cellular Center 87 Haywood St, Asheville

The Craft Fair of the Southern Highlands returns to downtown Asheville for three days where shoppers can connect with regional makers who have mastered...

$5 – $12

Glass and Metal Day

Folk Art Center Blue Ridge Parkway milepost 382, Asheville

Makers of the Southern Highland Craft Guild are preparing for the launch of the 2019 special event programming at the Folk Art Center with...

Free

Heritage Weekend

Folk Art Center Blue Ridge Parkway milepost 382, Asheville

The 39th annual Heritage Weekend is a free celebration of mountain heritage organized by the Southern Highland Craft Guild and features traditional crafts accompanied...

Free

Asheville Craft Fair

U.S. Cellular Center 87 Haywood St., Asheville

The Asheville Craft Fair of the Southern Highlands honors 72 years of creative heritage. The public will have the opportunity to shop and connect...

$8 – $12

The Power of Distinction

Folk Art Center Blue Ridge Parkway milepost 382, Asheville

The Southern Highland Craft Guild's latest exhibit, The Power of Distinction, features selected works from the guild's 5,700-piece permanent collection covering a variety of...

Free

Fiber Day

Folk Art Center Blue Ridge Parkway milepost 382, Asheville

A day of fiber and textiles returns to the Folk Art Center in May and features felters, quilters, weavers, knitters, tatters, spinners, and many...

Free