Black Mountain Center for the Arts

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Black Mountain Center for the Arts

Black Mountain Center for the Arts
4.5

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Kirk N
Raleigh, NC13 contributions
A Friendly Place and Beautiful Art
Jul 2021
On our last day we stopped in to view the Black Mtn. Center for the Arts and was greeted by a friendly staff. Beautiful and creative art work to look at. Was impressed at what this location offered to the locals in music, dance, theater, and visual art. Very nice!!
Written July 30, 2021
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Clint B
McHenry, MD205 contributions
Relaxing and interesting quick stop
Oct 2019 • Couples
We visited this town on our way to visit our niece because of a trip advisor recommendation. This arts center is small and we were not here at a time of a performance. However, the exhibit they had was interesting about a local guy who invented the geodesic dome among other things.
Written October 3, 2019
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EJISK
Bowling Green, KY369 contributions
A converted govt building... now a community arts center! Very nice!
Jun 2018 • Couples
We stopped in casually and were literally given an impromptu mini-tour of the center by its director. Well worth a visit for one of its art shows, or if your staying in town, perhaps a yoga class. This was one of the truly charming venues in Black Mountain. Kudos!
Written June 15, 2018
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SewManyDolls
Cocoa Beach, FL360 contributions
Worthwhile art stop
Oct 2017 • Couples
Of course I had to visit an art stop on our trip to Black Mountain, so we found (art place). The woman who greeted us as we came in was so kind to leave her station and give us a walking tour of the two-story building, as well a brief history (loved the original wood floors!) Original art decorated the walls, and upstairs was a studio that was at that moment occupied by children having fun in a class, and a nicely appointed gallery displaying works by a fascinating sketch artist. We really appreciated the fact that the docent took time to be with us and fill us in on details that otherwise would have been missed had we done a self-tour. Great stop on our visit!
Written November 9, 2017
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travcatnip
Valdosta, GA5 contributions
Art for all
Oct 2017 • Friends
The Center for the Arts was such a fascinating place. We enjoyed talking with the artists and admired their work. Certainly a mus tsee if you are in the area.
Written October 20, 2017
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ACT102
Cincinnati, Ohio, United States2 contributions
FInest craft work I've ever seen
May 2017
If you are looking for excellence in jewelry, pottery, woodworking, glass or other fine crafts you have to stop here. The breathtaking views from the Blue Ridge Parkway are an added bonus.
Written May 16, 2017
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Mixa's Travels
Oldsmar, FL2,680 contributions
"Queen of Bingo" on The Front Porch Theatre - A FUNNY, FUNNY PLAY!
May 2017 • Couples
On a rainy Friday night, we were so glad that we were going to The Front Porch Theatre for the opening night of “Queen of Bingo.” A small theatre that has the audience being a part of the play, the theatre is located in the Black Mountain Center for the arts. The two act play featuring two sisters at a St. Joseph’s Catholic Church on Bingo Night is a “winner!” The cast is fantastic as these two sisters offer intrigue with their own personalities and idiosyncrasies of life. FUNNY! Yet so true! Watching the show everyone can relate to these sisters as they share their feelings, antics, anxieties, fears, and gossip. The cast was fantastic! Truly a great show that is totally entertaining and brings lots of laughter and smiles. A real pick-me-up on a rainy Friday night. We left uplifted. Additionally, we had the opportunity at Intermission to see some of the artwork and the special exhibit of “ORCHESTRATION” by Sculptor Julia C. Burr. The immersion into Julia’s world and works of elegant instrumentation in a unique design and calm setting was relaxing and intriguing. Plus, we bought chances to win a bicycle. Wish us luck! We will definitely be alert to other shows and venues at the Black Mountain Center for the Arts.
Written May 13, 2017
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Christopher G
Savannah, GA26 contributions
Great Gallery and Great People
Apr 2017 • Solo
I went to this gallery looking to purchase something for my daughter, The Manager let me in after I showed her my business card, gave me a tour of the place, and sold me items for my daughters. What a very sweet lady, this is a must see on anyone's tour!
Written April 3, 2017
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Peregrinatios
40 contributions
Gallery shows, concerts, theater, classes.
Sep 2015 • Family
All kinds of offerings right in downtown Black Mtn. Helpful staff and beautiful exhibits/showing. Lots of classes offered for adults and kids.
Written August 23, 2016
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Deborah A
Yorba Linda, CA5 contributions
Eleanor's Story
Jul 2016 • Family
A great location for local plays and presentations! Saw "Eleanor's Story" here and the accommodations were very quaint and professional.
Written July 28, 2016
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