A fun, educational art program for preschoolers age 3-5 years.
What happens in the world’s largest trash city will transform you.
William Jackson is an award-winning and internationally-known composer, harpist, and multi-instrumentalist, and will present a program of music from Scotland and Ireland.
Children ages 6 to 10 years are invited to join us at the Museum for creative art-making activities.
Join this informal group of oil painters each Thursday morning to paint in a supportive environment.
Take a walk through the galleries with the Curator, and special guest Jerald Melberg, and get a behind-the-scenes look into "Romare Bearden / Li'l Dan the Drummer Boy: A Civil War Story."
Filmmaker Harry Moses offers humorous and revealing insight into the art authentication process in America by documenting the remarkable tale of a seventy-three-year-old former long haul trucker who was snubbed by the art establishment after purchasing a Jackson Pollock painting for five dollars at a local thrift shop.
Join us for the second annual Home Movie Day of the High Country! Home Movie Day is a nation-wide movement that celebrates amateur filmmaking, and provides the opportunity for individuals and families to see and share their own home movies with a community audience.
Dr. Gordon B. McKinney describes the arc of the Civil War through the perspective of the Western North Carolina region.
Is Blowing Rock unique? Is it historic? Does the area convey a sense of place? Historian Trent Margrif will explore these and other topics in his presentation.
Take a walk through the galleries with the Curator and get a behind-the-scenes look into "Comic Stripped: A Revealing Look at Southern Stereotypes in Cartoons."
The True Meaning of Pictures is a feature-length documentary which addresses the issue of representation in documentary photography by examining the work of American photographer Shelby Lee Adams.