Asheville Art Museum - Pop Up (2 S. Pack Sq. under construction), Asheville

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Art Museum Museum
Founded by artists in 1948 in Asheville, NC, the Asheville Art Museum annually presents an exciting, inviting and active schedule of exhibitions and public programs based on its Permanent Collection of 20th and 21st century American art.

The Museum also offers a wide array of innovative and engaging educational programs for audiences of all ages.

The Museum is under construction to create a new state-of-the-art Museum, scheduled to open in 2018. During construction, the Museum has opened a small pop-up location "Asheville Art Museum On the Slope."

For complete information, visit www.ashevilleart.org.
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  • very limited exhibits. Even though this museum is small it could have a greater diversity of GOOD art!  more »
  • I will say they were closing soon for renovation so with the changes it might make a better excursion. I also think they might have put away some of their permanent collection.  more »
  • Was disappointed by the limited number of exhibits and size of the museum. For a town that is chock full of wonderful art it was a let down.  more »
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  • They had some really neat exhibits and separate rooms, but as a whole, it was a bit lacking. I expected a lot more, especially from a city as art-centric as Asheville. Still cool to walk through, but not as much to see as I desired.
  • Totally disappointed in the selection chosen to keep people's interest. I hope the original location is better once construction is complete.
  • Honestly I recommend to save your 8 dollars and go walk around downtown. The shops and boutiques have more art then this place. Really disappointed that my hometown, that's known to be artistic. Has such a weak museum where the only exhibit worth looking at is the high school, elementary school section. You spend more time wandering around trying to find an actual exhibit. Then you do looking at the 5 or 8 pieces of art. VHD
  • Loved working here interesting events and exhibits.
  • We booked the loft space for a business meeting during the week. The space itself is lovely. The room is industrial style with large windows overlooking downtown, and an abundance of natural light. The space was also well equipped with tables and chairs and a TV to connect to for presentations. Unfortunately due to the style of the room, there was quite a bit of noise from construction on the floor below throughout our meeting. However, shortly after we left from the meeting, the center called and offered to refund the rental fee for the day due to the unexpected noise and inconvenience. Because of their exceptional customer service, I would not hesitate to book another meeting...I just might check to be sure no construction would take place the same day.