Bio Brutalism – Nick Raynolds Art Exhibition
Bio Brutalism is the latest collection of drawings and paintings by local Asheville artist and UNC Asheville faculty member Nick Raynolds.
Join UNC Asheville Alumna and New York Times Bestselling novelist Sarah Addison Allen for the launch of her latest novel, Other Birds.
Gerry Wubben is a multifaceted artist who specializes in monumental charcoal drawings. He is currently based in Greenville, South Carolina where he maintains a vigorous studio practice.
Climate change is, arguably, the single greatest and gravest human rights issue facing the entire planet. Although greenhouse gas emissions (GHG) threaten human rights without respect for national borders, most laws, both domestic and international, are "territorial" in scope with a state's obligations ending at its own territorial borders.
Award winning author and journalist Andrew Lawler will give a lecture on his most recent book Under Jerusalem: The Buried History of the World’s Most Contested City at 7:30 p.m. on Sept. 8 in the Mountain View Suites in Highsmith Student Union.
NC Educational Opportunity Programs are designed with the goal of providing every prospective student in North Carolina the opportunity to attend an educational program. Open to the public but aimed at Buncombe County high school students.
UNC Asheville’s Family Weekend brings together Bulldogs of all ages for a weekend filled with fun and UNC Asheville spirit! Get a sense of what it is like to be a student with our renowned back-to-class sessions, participate in our annual Picnic on the Quad, and get to enjoy some of our campus activities!
Works from the Studio Foundations faculty at Kennesaw State University's School of Art & Design near Atlanta, GA are displayed in Ramsey Library's Blowers Gallery. Diapason is a diverse exhibition of studio practice representing two and three-dimensional works, video art, and graphic design. As diapason is a burst of sound, this cross-section of artists represents […]
The Common Word Community Read, curated by New York Times Bestselling author and fellow UNC Asheville alumnus, Wiley Cash ’00, brings the UNC Asheville community together to engage in a collective educational experience. Each semester, one book will serve as the focus of numerous virtual and in-person lectures and discussions that will allow participants to delve deeper into the text. Over the course of the academic year, participants will read one book each semester, gaining insights and sharing ideas in a welcoming and respectful environment.
Greenfest is a semi-annual series held on the campus of UNC Asheville in September and March/April that celebrates sustainability, students, and community. This fall's theme is Nurturing Connections.
Voter registration stations will be available on the Quad, outside the library and outside Rhoades-Robinson, and in Highsmith. Anyone can stop by to register to vote, check their registration status, get help with absentee ballots, or to get their questions answered. Free food will also be provided.
UNC Asheville’s Open House gives students and families a chance to see what makes the UNC Asheville experience unique. Through distinctive academic and student life showcases, students can meet one-on-one with faculty, learn about life inside and outside the classroom, hear from current students, tour campus, and get to know Asheville, one of the coolest cities in the Southeast.
Michelle Buchanan, the Deputy for Science and Technology at Oak Ridge National Laboratory will be this fall's 24th S. Dexter Squibb Distinguished Lecturer in Chemistry. Buchanan oversees one of the nation's most extensive portfolios of research and development, spanning physical and materials sciences, energy and engineering sciences, computing and computational sciences, biological and environmental sciences, neutron sciences, and global security, for the U.S. Department of Energy and other sponsors.
Michelle Buchanan, the Deputy for Science and Technology at Oak Ridge National Laboratory will be this fall's 24th S. Dexter Squibb Distinguished Lecturer in Chemistry. In this lecture, Buchanan will address a growing urgency to produce and use energy more efficiently and cleanly from carbon-based resources in the near term and to move to non-carbon-based energy systems in the longer term.
The Farm to Table Dinner, an annual UNC Asheville fall harvest ritual around food, started in 2015. The dinner celebrates the efforts of our student gardeners, faculty and staff partners, and community collaborators, while advancing our collaborative efforts for a sustainable, local food system. This year’s theme is Nourishing Connections.
In this exploration of historical moments in southern and Jewish history examined via the language of food, Marcie Cohen Ferris takes us on a journey—both bitter and sweet—through the fascinating story of Jewish life in the American South.