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by Phil Juliano

September 28-30 Scholars and artists present workshops related to the ideas of Buckminster Fuller.

Callie & Cats

by Amy Downs

camping only (no beer sampling). Tickets at www.FrenchBroadFallFest.com

AAPF 12th Fall Benefit Concert

way experience wanted. Volunteer for the October 25 juried fashion show to be held at the Asheville Art Museum.

Artists Wanted – Artspace Fine Contemporary Corgi Tales

by Phil Hawkins

Color your Life... with Quilts! Juried show of over 200 quilts. $7,000+ in prize money. 20+ vendors. Demonstrations by nationally known quilters. Gift shop. WNC Ag Center. Info: katie@ winchell.us., call (828) 298-2560, or www.ashevillequiltguild.org/show.html.

Monday Evenings

Writing as Art & Editing Workshop

Design Science Day Dragin

by Michael Cole

Wayne Drumheller and Erika Nafziger offer writing workshops on Monday evenings. September 10, September 24, October 15, November 5, and November 12 at 5:30-7 p.m. Workshops are free and take place at Better Days Coffee Shop, 102 College Station Drive in Brevard, NC. Call (828) 877-5133 for details.

October 1

Two Exhibitions Open at Crimson Laurel Gallery

Saturday, September 29

Mountain Heritage Day

“Veil” features the work of Marshall, NC ceramic artist Matt Kelleher. “Stories by Hand” will feature the works of ceramic artist Jenny Mendes, Jenny Mendes and Marshall, NC ceramic artist Shoko Teruyama. Crimson Laurel Gallery, 23 Crimson Laurel Way, Bakersville, NC 28705. (828) 688-3599.

Western Carolina University’s annual fall festival of traditional Appalachian folklife is held on the WCU campus in Cullowhee, NC. Over 100 fine arts and crafts booths, three stages of live music and dance, Cherokee stickball games, and shape-note singing. Details at www. mountainheritageday.com

Thursday, October 4

Ratchet and Spin

by T. Oder and R. Woods

Playwrights may submit their new full-length plays and musicals to SART’s 32nd annual playwrights’ competition through September 30. Submissions are only accepted through the U.S. Postal Service. Guidelines for submission at www. sartplays.org. Email scriptfest@ mhc.edu for more details. Do not email submissions!

Craft Exhibition. Deadline: October 4, 2012. Entry Fee: $25. Submit entries via www.callforentry.org. Only entries submitted through the website will be accepted. Artspace, 201 East Davie Street, Raleigh, NC 27601. HandMade in America, 125 S. Lexington Ave., Asheville, NC. For more details on these events visit www.handmadeinamerica.org

Saturday, September 29

ScriptFEST

More details at www.blackmountaincollege.org.

Models Wanted – Professional models with run-

In memory of Paul Thorpe, and benefiting Piano Study for Local Students. 18 AAPF pianists play classics and jazz. 3 p.m. at Diana Wortham Theatre. For tickets call the Box Office (828) 2574530. www.ashevillepiano.org

This all-ages event takes place on the UNC Asheville Quad and will feature an experiential program of activities inspired by Buckminster Fuller’s “Big Ideas.” Free and open to the public. Details at www.blackmountaincollege.org.

Buckminster Fuller at Black Mountain College, 1949. Photo: Kenneth Snelson

$15 for BMC Museum + Arts Center members and students w/ID. $50 for non-members. Free for UNCA students, faculty, and staff.

Artist Opportunites

Sunday, September 23

30th Annual Asheville Quilt Show

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Come take in amazing local art and natural beauty at 23 Chestnut Forest Rd. This 3400 square foot home offers amazing views, gorgeous finishes and a heated 2200 square foot shop and artist studio.

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For more information contact The Matt & Molly Team by e-mailing info@TheMattAndMollyTeam. com or by calling (828) 210-1697.

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Paintings by Brennen McElhaney Opening reception from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m., Gallery at Studio B, 171 Weaverville Hwy., Asheville. For more details visit www.galleryatstudiob.com or call (828) 225-5200.

October 5 & 6

La Traviata

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Asheville Lyric Opera presents Giuseppi Verdi’s tale of love and redemption, starring Soprano Elizabeth Caballero. 8 p.m. at the Diana Wortham Theatre. Tickets at (828) 257-4530, www.dwtheatre.com. For more details call (828) 236-0670, or visit www.ashevillelyric.org.

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September 2012 issue  

Magnetic Theatre-MILF..p3; NC Stage-R. Buckminster Fuller..p6; Asheville Lyric Opera-La Traviata..p4; Asheville Area Piano Forum..p6; Ashevi...

September 2012 issue  

Magnetic Theatre-MILF..p3; NC Stage-R. Buckminster Fuller..p6; Asheville Lyric Opera-La Traviata..p4; Asheville Area Piano Forum..p6; Ashevi...

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