Double Take Art Exhibition

Ramsey Library, Blowers Gallery

During the 2020 lockdown, Jeremy Phillips, UNCA Alum and adjunct professor of Humanities, started painting interiors of his house in West Asheville.

Southern Appalachian Undergraduate Philosophy Conference

Karpen Hall, Laurel Forum

Twelve students from schools across the country will present at the Southern Appalachian Undergraduate Philosophy Conference, Feb. 10-11 in the Laurel Forum, Karpen Hall. The symposium provides a professional style philosophical forum for aspiring undergraduates to present significant and original work.

African Dance and Drum Traditions

Lipinsky Hall Auditorium

LEAF musician and educator Adama Dembele will lead a performance team of students, showcasing the role and importance of drums and dance in the ancient and present day tradition of his home country of Cote d’Ivoire.

UNC Asheville Alumni Art Exhibition

Owen Hall, S. Tucker Cooke Gallery

UNC Asheville will host an exhibition featuring the works of alumni artists through March 10 in the Owen Hall S. Tucker Cooke Gallery. This exhibition includes the recent work of […]

Owen Hall Day

Owen Hall

UNC Asheville welcomes students, families and teachers to Owen Hall Day, a drop-in open house on Saturday, Feb. 18 from 9 a.m. to noon. Attendees are invited to explore the […]

“Cutting Grooves” Lecture with Chris Mara

Lipinsky Hall Auditorium

Chris Mara, owner of Nashville’s Welcome to 1979 recording studio, will present a lecture, "Cutting Grooves,” at 9:30 a.m. on Thursday, Feb. 23 in Lipinsky Auditorium. Mara, along with his […]

Martin Bejerano’s Cuban American Trio

Lipinsky Hall Auditorium

Pianist Martin Bejerano and his Cuban American Trio will perform at 8 p.m. on Thursday, Feb. 23 in Lipinsky Auditorium, as part of the UNC Asheville Loves Piano Series. Bejerano, […]

Junior Preview Day

Highsmith Student Union, Blue Ridge Room (202/203)

Kick off your college search at Junior Preview Day, an open house experience designed just for high school juniors, on Saturday, Feb. 25, from 12:30 to 3:45 p.m.

A Conversation with Ta-Nehisi Coates

Sherrill Center, Kimmel Arena

UNC Asheville welcomes award-winning author and journalist Ta-Nehisi Coates in conversation in the Sherrill Center's Kimmel Arena on Tuesday, February 28. The event, which will include a reading and question-and-answer session, is free and open to all but requires advanced registration through Eventbrite. Books will be available for purchase at the event.

The Economic Future of News

Karpen Hall, Laurel Forum

The panelists will discuss the economic future of news generally, while also branching out into topics including the attention economy, politics as entertainment, and the role of investigative journalism.

“Teaching History in Public School Today,” Lecture by John DeVille

Whitesides Hall, 016

John DeVille, a Macon County Schools educator, will present "Teaching History in the Public School Today" at 7:30 p.m. on Thursday, March 19, in Whitesides Hall, room 016. DeVille's lecture will focus on how educators can navigate an increasingly polarized climate where they are under unprecedented scrutiny by school boards, parents and citizens, especially when it comes to teaching the United States' history of slavery, disenfranchisement, terrorism, and economic injustice.

2023 UNC Asheville Annual Pi(e) Run

University Quad

UNC Asheville & The Marvelous Math Club are hosting a fun-run on Sunday, 3/19. Proceeds benefit the Asheville Initiative for Math!

$10 – $20

“Tales of Now & Zen,” with Japanese Storyteller Motoko

Karpen Hall, Laurel Forum

Nationally-acclaimed storyteller Motoko will present “Tales of Now & Zen” at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, March 21 in Karpen Hall, Laurel Forum. A native of Osaka, Motoko blends ancient lore […]

Nathan King, “Beyond Knowledge and Skills: Education for Intellectual Virtue”

Highsmith Student Union, Alumni Hall (114)

"Philosophy professor Nathan King will present ""Beyond Knowledge and Skills: Education for Intellectual Virtue,” at 7 p.m. on Thursday, March 23 in Highsmith Union, Alumni Hall. King will discuss the importance of intellectual virtues, such as curiosity, carefulness, autonomy, humility, and open-mindedness. King’s lecture will explore why these virtues matter, and how students and professors can develop them.

Queer Studies Conference

Sherrill Center Concourse

UNC Asheville will host its biennial Queer Studies Conference from March 24-26 on campus, bringing together scholars, artists and activists for workshops and presentations focusing on the theme “Blooming: Metamorphoses and Seasons of Queerness.” This conference is open to the pubic and free for all attendees, with a suggested donation of $20-60. Registration is required and available here.


UNC Asheville

Greenfest is a semi-annual series held on the campus of UNC Asheville in September and March/April that celebrates sustainability, students, and community.

RAIL Project Symposium

UNC Asheville

This spring, UNC Asheville will host the Rail and Incarcerated Laborer (RAIL) Project Symposium from March 30 to April 1. The three-day event consisting of panels, conversations, and field opportunities, […]

Visting Writers: Jamel Brinkley

Sherrill Center, Ingles Mountain View Room

Award-winning author Jamel Brinkley will present a reading at 7 p.m. on Thurday, April 6 in UNC Asheville's Sherrill Center, Mountain View Room.

Charles Frazier in Conversation with Wiley Cash

Lipinsky Hall Auditorium

UNC Asheville Writer-in-Residence Wiley Cash will join award-winning author Charles Frazier in conversation to celebrate the release of Frazier's new book, "The Trackers," on Monday, April 10 at 7 p.m. in Lipinsky Auditorium. Barrett Smith from the Steep Canyon Rangers will also perform Woody Guthrie/Depression era tunes. 

Activating Indigenous Beats: Hip Hop Nativo Festival

University Quad

The week-long event features an outdoor concert on the UNC Asheville Quad on Friday, April 14 with Indigenous hip-hop artists, a DJ, and mural artists from North and South America to celebrate hip-hop culture and highlight the power of music and literature as tools for promoting awareness about Indigenous and African American realities in Abiayala (the Americas).

“The Right to Read” Documentary Screening

Highsmith Student Union, Grotto (108)

UNC Asheville will host a screening of "The Right to Read" at 2 p.m. and again at 4 p.m. on Thursday, April 13 in Highsmith Union, The Grotto. "The Right […]

Southern Appalachian Weather and Climate Workshop

Highsmith Student Union, Alumni Hall (114)

"The Southern Appalachian Weather and Climate Workshop, held April 14-15 in Highsmith Union, brings together a diverse group of federal, academic, students, and broadcast media to share research, operations, and communication of weather, water, and climate events.

Student Creative Activity and Research Forum

Highsmith Student Union, Mountain Suites (225/226)

The Student Creative Activity and Research Forum, showcasing student projects that have been selected for the Outstanding Achievement in Creative Activity and Research Award, will take place from 5-7:30 p.m. on Friday, April 14 in Highsmith Union.

“And Then They Came For Us,” Documentary Screening

Mullen & James Humanities Lecture Hall

UNC Asheville will host a screening of the film "And Then They Came For Us," with an introduction by Amanda Glenn-Bradley, user engagement librarian, at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, April 18 in the Mullen & James Humanities Lecture Hall.

TheatreUNCA Presents “Elektra”

Carol Belk Theatre

Travel through a familiar mountain backdrop while exploring an Ancient Greek tale as you’ve never seen it before, with TheatreUNCA’s spring production of “Elektra.” 


Spring Student Art and Ceramics Sale

The UNC Asheville Student Art and Ceramics Sale will be held Friday, April 21 from 4 to 8 p.m., and on Saturday, April 22 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., […]

The Reuter Center Singers in Concert, “Across the Pond…We Go!”

Reuter Center, Manheimer Room (102)

The Reuter Center Singers will present their spring concert, "Across The Pond ... We Go!" performing memorable selections from "Les Miserables," "Mamma Mia," and "Miss Saigon" musicals at 3 p.m. on Saturday, April 30 in the Reuter Center, Manheimer Room.

STEAM Studio’s “Bridge the Gap” SkillSet Fundraiser

STEAM Studio 821 Riverside Dr., Asheville

UNC Asheville STEAM Studio's SkillSet programs will hold a fundraiser event benefiting student financial assistance from 5 to 7 p.m. on Thursday, May 18 at STEAM Studio. The event will include a tour of the studio, a silent auction featuring objects created by instructors, and refreshments. 

2023 Summer Buzz Breakfast Series

Crowne Plaza Resort Expo Center 1 Resort Drive, Asheville

Building Bridges: What is Already Being Done and How Can You Help?