Art gives voice to the voiceless and fame to the ignored. You can learn various forms of art from dancing to sketching in Blowing Rock. There are designated classes, drama workshops, and art events in Blowing Rock for the same. If you just want to be a mere spectator you can attend theatre events and art exhibitions in Blowing Rock too.
Ever wanted to volunteer in those nukkad, nataks or street shows? Wish to learn the basics of painting? Well, just explore through the art & theatre events in Blowing Rock.
Blowing Rock Art & History Museum ,
159 Ginny Stevens Lane, Blowing Rock, North Carolina 28605, Blowing Rock, United States
oses Cone built his textile empire during a time of tremendous growth in America. He utilized the advances in technology and management practices within his mills, and particularly benefited from the expansion of the railroad in the United States. While h... Read More
Members of the Museum can take advantage of private guided tours of our Cone exhibition series, including Modern Visions, Modern Art: The Cone Sisters in North Carolina and Modern Visions, Mountain Views: The Cones of Flat Top Manor. Several special topic... Read More
Upper Wilsons Creek (Full Address upon Signing on) ,
Blowing Rock, United States
Carmen will gather the brothers in the early evening in front of the fire to speak about the role of the masculine from a feminine elder.
She will share about the path of the fire, the songs and the vibration of spirt.
It will be raw,... Read More
The Cone family is justly recognized for building North Carolina’s textile economy in the twentieth century, but what about the workers who ran their factories? How did they build and sustain their lives, and how do they look back on their experiences now... Read More
Park Ave ,
Blowing Rock, NC 28605, United States
Art in the Park was created in 1962 by a handful of area artists and craftspeople to showcase local talent. Today, Art in the Park is host to 90 artisans at each show. Some of the best local and regional artists and craftspeople showcase their handcrafted... Read More
In her presentation, Sandy Adair will demonstrate tapestry on a weaving in process explaining the steps from start to finish on how to complete a tapestry. There will be several storyboards available showing processes. A free fact sheet that Sandy created... Read More
A 3-day Workshop for Teens and Adults
Each day begins with an exploration of Matisse drawings in the current exhibition "Modern Visions, Modern Art: The Cone Sisters in North Carolina." Inspired by Matisse’ creativity and approach students will explore i... Read More
Miles Hoffman, viola & Reiko Uchida, piano
"Two Virtuosos, One Vision"
Internationally renowned violist and celebrated NPR commentator Miles Hoffman joins forces with the brilliant pianist Reiko Uchida for a program featuring the mus... Read More
Isadora Duncan is known as the “Mother of Modern Dance” and her dance students were known as the “Isadorables". In this children’s workshop, we will explore different locomotor movements inspired by Isadora Duncan’s teachings. We will also explore shapes... Read More
From 1906 to 1907, Claribel and Etta Cone traveled with their brother Moses and his wife Bertha on a grand journey around the world, including visits in India, China, and Japan. Join curators Dianna Cameron and Carrie Streeter to learn more about the Cone... Read More
The three Cone sisters in the large family of 13 children were close to one another and to their many brothers, all of whom lived in North Carolina. They all had strong characters, though each was quite different from the others. Claribel and Etta Cone we... Read More
Dulatown is a documentary short about a community in Lenoir, NC established from land a slave owner (Alfred Dula) bequeathed to his slave (Harriet) and their eight children. Dulatown remains home to the extended Dula clan and embraces its history at a bi-... Read More
Have you ever wanted to learn how to repair your caned chairs? Join Silver River Center for Chair Caning Intro Workshop format for Laced Caning. All tools, materials and projects are provided. Participants are encouraged to bring projects for advice and g... Read More
Join instructor Marion Cloaninger as we explore scribbling and painting on papers in a relaxed atmosphere. Then, those papers will be used in making 1 or 2 abstract floral or landscape collages. This class is appropriate for all skill levels and the empha... Read More
Blowing Rock ,
North Carolina, United States
Doodad Mosaics will be at "Art In The Park" in Blowing Rock NC on October 5 from 10-5. A beautiful time of year to visit the NC mountains and see all of the amazing artwork from local artists. Hope to see you there!!!
https://blowingrock.com/artinthepark... Read More
This talk will include :
Jay's journey as an artist
How she creates an etching-engraving
How SHCG has helped
An opportunity for people to try out Jay's engraving tools on a canceled metal plate
Answering any questions people hav... Read More
Meadowbrook Inn ,
711 Main Street, Blowing Rock, United States
We all want quality, integrated employment that fits what a job seeker wants to do. But how? The ways we go about the work of employment supports make a huge difference in the outcomes we get. And how we – as an agency, as a leader, as an employment spec... Read More
"Etta & Claribel": A “work-in-progress” reading of a new play by Paulette Marty
Reading staged by In/Visible Theatre
"Don’t you want to build something that matters in the world?” This play follows the journeys of Etta & Claribel Cone as they eac... Read More
Bring the little goblins to the Blowing Rock Art & History Museum for some "creepy crafts" on Saturday, October 26th from 2-3 pm! Join us for Halloween-themed hands-on activities for the family! Free and open to the public.
https://blowingrockmuseum.... Read More
Please join us for Cork and Canvas on Saturday, October 26, 4:00-6:00 pm. We will be painting Henri Matisse's "Autumn in Cagnes, 1918". Each participant goes home with a finished work of art inspired by a famous work. All materials, including canvasses, p... Read More
"Three Scout Robots", one of my latest (and largest) quilts, is on display in this 6-month exhibit at the BRAHM. It runs May 25-Aug 27, with two receptions, May 31 and Aug 23, 4:30-7.... Read More
"Down Home: Jewish Life in NC"
“Riveting… sometimes humorous, sometimes poignant.” Charlotte Observer
Jews have been integral to North Carolina’s emergence as a progressive New South society. This richly textured documentary consists of oral histories,... Read More