November 13, 2021 @ 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
The 220+ artists of Asheville’s River Arts District open their doors for a full weekend at the Fall Studio Stroll welcoming the public, from near and far, to experience and collect amazing art in their studios and galleries. Attendees will enjoy two days full of special demonstrations and events, including unique workshops and gallery receptions.
The River Arts District is minutes from Downtown Asheville and The Biltmore Estate. Free parking and a greenway around the River Arts District make it easy to see it all. Full map available on our website.
Fall stroll is a creative experience for people of all ages, welcoming families, friends, couples and single explorers. The event is great for seeking out fine art to add to your collection, falling in love with a funky new hat, or collecting colorful artist cards to create a mosaic. There are all kinds of art and craft being created in the district, from traditional and contemporary painting to gorgeous jewelry, blown glass, exquisite woodworking, and even majestic bonsai. Many studios have snacks and refreshments, and there are also plenty of cafes, restaurants, and watering holes to take a break, along with open spaces for the kids or dogs to play.
Short Description: The River Arts District of Asheville is a mile-long cluster of working studios, galleries and eateries housed in the former industrial section of town surrounding the railroad along the banks of the French Broad River. The working studio artists, many with showrooms and galleries, are open throughout the year. During Fall Studio Stroll, the RAD’s artists and businesses come together to create a 2-day event where visitors can experience the absolute best of the district, with most artists and businesses open full days to greet them and explain their processes.
More details forthcoming.