Imagine a place where music fills the air. Where Beethoven, Mozart, and Verdi are alive and well. Where the most talented students and extraordinary faculty coexist in practice rooms and onstage. Situated on a lovely wooded 180-acre campus in western North Carolina, Brevard Music Center stands as one of this country's premier summer training programs and festivals. Under the artistic direction of acclaimed conductor Keith Lockhart, Music Director of the Boston Pops and BBC Orchestra in London, more than 400 gifted students—ages 14 through post-college—come to the Music Center every summer to study with distinguished faculty and renowned guest artists.
The Paul Porter Center for Performing Arts is Brevard College’s state-of-the-art musical and theatrical performance space. If you’re a music or theatre student, you’ll get to perform and practice in the 700-seat, acoustically extraordinary Scott Concert Hall. In your four years at Brevard, you’ll come to the Scott Concert Hall for musical and theatrical productions, special campus-wide events, celebrations, and galas. The Porter Center’s large stage can easily accommodate a full symphony, but you’ll just as often see it used for student solos, rehearsals, and senior recitals. Visit Brevard to try out this impressive space for yourself!
Known as the "Land of Waterfalls", this beautiful part of the Blue Ridge Mountains has become an oasis for fine artists and culture lovers like you. We are proud to offer 300+ ART EVENTS a year in Transylvania County. For those of you who enjoy the visual arts, Brevard is home to numerous galleries in this walkable community. Our popular 4th Friday Gallery Walk is a fun way to see the works of our local artists ranging from the world-renowned to emerging talents. And for an enjoyable drive, make sure you venture out on the Scenic 276 South Arts Corridor/Potters Row with studios and galleries winding up the mountain. The studios are open all year round.
Artsi Glass is a breathtaking glass studio located right in the picturesque nature setting of Brevard, NC in Western North Carolina. Founded by Rachel S. Rogers and John F. Peil, Artsi Glass was opened to show off their love for the art of creating unique and magnificent 3D fused glass art, custom glass designs and custom mosaic glass art. Their pieces perfectly reflect the beautiful nature of the Brevard, NC and Greensboro, NC areas. Each 3D fused glass art piece is truly one of a kind.
The Dodsons took the name “Mud Dabbers” as a play on the mud dauber insect. Early in the history of the family enterprise, John O. would throw pots in an old shed on the family’s Fortson, GA home place. He soon found that the long, cylindrical mud dauber nests being constructed on the walls of the shed varied in color. They were being made from the different clays he used in his pottery! John E., the family artist, designed the wasp-like mud dabber, which is a featured mark on all pottery produced by members of the Dodson family.
The Transylvania Heritage Museum is a primary advocate for history in Transylvania County. Its facility has become a master of mixing the old and the new and is a reflection of days gone. It attracts a steady stream of visitors and local residents alike because of its design and attractiveness, its authenticity and its creative and innovative exhibits. The doors open to displays where children and adults can engage and interact and where you are taken back in time and learning comes alive. It is a place that excites and educates all who come.
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