Currently in the Project Space

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My Place, or Yours

Curated by Cara Hagan

April 5th - June 29th
Organized by Anna Helgeson

Project Space Hours:
Tuesdays 1 - 5pm
Fridays 2 - 6pm
Open during all events
and by appointment: 240.298.9575

For more information click HERE.


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At RAMP Gallery

We are thrilled to continue our relationship with WCU and their dynamic students. RAMP Gallery is open 8am - 8pm Tuesday thru Saturday.
(Enter via French Broad Chocolate)

The MFA at Western Carolina University is an inter-disciplinary program and creative research environment where ideas are given form. Students are encouraged to explore, make, and engage.


Introducing the Listening Room Gallery

We have some exciting plans for this new space. Keep your eyes and ears open for details in the next month!


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Call for Proposals

BROAD SENSE: Perimeter 2019


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Asheville Butoh Festival

Coming Soon!

MAP + REVOLVE proudly supports the 13th Asheville Butoh Festival coming April 25th - May 5th. This is the longest running festival of its kind in the US. Find out more information and get tickets below.

MAP is thrilled to be the fiscal sponsor for this dynamic event coming in April! Click on the image for more info + hit the donate button to be a part of it!

Donate to the Neo-Pastiche Festival

WHAT WE DO.

REVOLVE is open to the public with a newly renovated space that will be home to a gallery, a studio, and a teaching/think tank space.  We will host one-person shows as well as a rotating collection of vibrant, challenging art.

We view craft as a mindset as well as a practice. We want to question the lines drawn between artist and audience, image and idea, inspiration and technique. 

Our mission is to gather in one place the creative energies of the Asheville area, represented by a variety of viewpoints, forms of expression, markets and communities, and to reach out from the Blue Ridge Mountains to the visual and intellectual landscape of the US and abroad. We plan to generate conversations that inspire collaboration across media, disciplines, identities and agendas.



Upcoming Programs