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Why you should rethink Asheville's performing arts scene, especially if you're a student.

Friday seems to have some cool art and design events going on. Here's the skinny for those interested in participating.

The Asheville Ballet's first Fall performance (which is free and looks freaking amazing) is this Friday and Saturday, September 25-26 at 7:30pm. They will take place at the Masonic Temple downtown, and did I mention are free?

474 Gallery on Haywood Road in West Asheville is having its first group show throughout May with an opening reception on Friday, May 8th featuring local artists ranging in mediums from pop realism, to abstraction, to fabric arts.

SLUG: The Other Place We Live – Explorations in Dreams and Hypnagogia opens at The Satellite Gallery with a reception on Friday, May 1, and strives to "awaken personal and collective experiences of the unconscious human mind."

Last week I posed a question to a number of local arts professionals both inside the B.A.D. and within the surrounding community.

The multi-media exhibit remains at the aSHEville Museum through the end of the year and aims to shine light on one of the worst humanitarian disasters in the last 20 years.