How Local Builders are Reimagining Tree Houses

Whether you’re 12 years old or 42, a place to play and escape from the hum and buzz of today’s digitized world is a must. And the green builders of today are certainly pushing the boundaries of what’s possible in live and play structures. What was once a few 2x4s nailed to the backyard oak…

The Tortoise & The Hare Teach us how to Go Local

I really enjoyed collaborating with Jenny Fares of Sound Mind Creative on a recreation of the Tortoise & Hare tale for the Asheville Grown ‘Go Local Guide’. The story was a fun addition to help share the important work that Asheville Grown is doing in our community to keep Asheville ‘Unchained and Independent.’ Deep in…

15 YEAR ASHEVILLE ARTIST MAKES A MOVE FROM RAD TO AAAC’S NEW CREATOR SPACE

Earlier this year, the Asheville Area Arts Council announced a bold move to create a cooperative arts space in a former Asheville-Buncombe Community Christian Ministry-run homeless shelter. The three investors who bought the $1.4 million space at 207 Coxe Avenue–Mike Figura, David Moritz and Brian Nelson–signed a three-year lease with East West Coxe LLC. “The…