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The Arts Council of Henderson County: The Arts Council of Henderson County is a non-profit community organization that advocates for the arts and provides opportunities to enrich the lives of Henderson County's children and adults through the arts by offering exhibits and art education programs.401 North Main Street, Hendersonville NC 28972, 828-693-8504.
Art League of Henderson County: The purpose of the Art League of Henderson County is the promotion, development, and enjoyment of the visual arts. The Art League has more than 200 members. PO Box 514, Hendersonville NC 28793.
The Gallery Guild of Henderson County: Alliance of like-minded gallery owners.
The Center for Craft, Creativity and Design: A regional Inter-institutional center of the University of North Carolina. CCCD convenes national meetings, supports research in the area of craft and design, and curates exhibitions for a small gallery space and the sculpture and public art on the property's one-mile Rudnick Nature Trail. CCCD also manages an adjacent Conference Center, a multimedia rental facility serving area nonprofits, educational and corporate needs. UNCA Kellogg Center, 1181 Broyles Road, Hendersonville NC 28703, 828-8900-2050.
Fired Up Creative Lounge: Fired Up! Creative Lounge is a hands-on studio
where you are the artist. Adults, teens and kids can all design and create
glazed ceramics, pottery, mosaics and fused glass art and jewelry. 433 N. Church
Street , Hendersonville NC 28972, 828-698-9960
Silver Fox Gallery: Contemporary American art, craft & furniture. 508 N. Main St., Hendersonville, 698-0601.