Upcoming Special Events
Nationally-recognized Bat Cave artist featured in traveling retrospective exhibit;
Short film illuminates the path of his career
The Gallery at Flat Rock is pleased to host a special reception in honor of artist Michael Sherrill at the gallery at 1 p.m. on January 19. The event will include a screening of a mini-documentary film detailing the career path of one of the most respected artists living in North Carolina. A retrospective exhibit of Sherrill’s work in ceramic, metal and glass is currently on display at the Mint Museum in Charlotte until April 7.
What: “Bob Dylan at Connemara”
When: 4-6 p.m., February 10, 2019
Where: The Gallery at Flat Rock, 2702-A Greenville Highway, Flat Rock
How much: $15 Purchase tickets here.
Live music event to highlight the impact of Carl Sandburg on the young Bob Dylan - featuring The Gathering Dark.
A New Year, Another Birthday Open House!
Drop in for a New Year’s cheer and light refreshments. Have your New Year’s resolution made into poetry form by the talented Eddie Cabbage of Poetry on Demand.
January 2, 2019
Think of a it as a creativity blitz—and everyone’s invited. The second annual “Artists Exposed” event will bring twenty artists out of the relative safety of their private studios to get together and make their art under one roof in a pop-up style event. “Artists Exposed” is created to attract die-hard art fans, aspiring artists or collectors, or the simply curious.
The Gallery at Flat Rock is bringing artists and what they do into the spotlight for one special weekend get-together on Saturday, Dec. 1 from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Support your locally owned small business on Small Business Saturday.
The Gallery at Flat Rock is very pleased to participate in this year's American Craft Week, October 5-14.
This is the 8th annual Henderson County Open Studio Tour, sponsored by The Art League of Hendersonville and The Arts Council of Henderson County. One of the largest open studio events in the Carolinas, the event showcases over 50 artists.
This free, self-guided tour showcases the fine art and craft studios throughout Henderson County. For two days more than 50 artists in 30+ studios welcome art enthusiasts to their workplaces with plenty of new artwork to view and purchase. Why not start your collection this year? In addition to the the Open Studio Tour, Henderson County artists stage a Preview Party on Thursday, September 20 from 5 - 8pm as part of the free Rhythm and Brews outdoor music series, where guests can view all the artists' work and an art raffle raising thousands of dollars for the local Backpack Program.
The gallery will be participating as support for the Tour. Stop in for refreshments, a tour book, or help finding a studio. Below are images of our gallery artists participating in the tour and a link to an online tour book.
The tour is from 10am - 5pm each day. Enjoy!
Join us for a trunk show with Chattanooga jewelry designer, Meredith Middleton July 28th, 1-4pm. Meredith will unveil her new designs in reclaimed steel, silver, and gold. See her new forged pieces and works using semi-precious gems.
Local favorite Eric Congdon will be joined by Bass virtuoso Jake Wolf and world renowned drummer Jeff Sipe for an awesome evening of Rock, Blues, Soul, Jazz, and more! Don't miss their first live collaboration.
Bring your lawn chair. Rain plan is the deck at St. Paul Mountain Vineyard in Flat Rock.
he Gallery at Flat Rock is excited to present The Art of Afternoon Tea & Etiquette, a special educational workshop featuring Kym Brown, owner of A Southern Cup Fine Teas in Hendersonville.
This would be a great way to celebrate a friend's special day. Come share the afternoon with a daughter, granddaughter and or sister. Gather your friends come have a light lunch, tea, a lot of laughs and learn about The Art of Afternoon Tea & Etiquette.
Kym, a native of Baton Rouge, LA, has long been immersed in the culture of tea and tea drinking. She describes her tutorials as “informal yet informative.” She adds, “It’s more of a conversation, not a to-do list about my passion, which happens to be tea.” Following a concise history of the world’s most popular beverage—from the first tealeaf cultivation in China to the rise of afternoon tea culture in Britain—Brown will describe the edible components of a typical afternoon tea, from varieties of tea to the “savories” and “sweets” that complement this mini-meal.
Brown will also illuminate participants on the requisite etiquette for both serving and consuming afternoon tea, including how to properly eat a scone. “We’ll go through the basic do’s and don’ts for the proper way to take afternoon tea,” she says. Brown will also clarify the finer points of how to slather scones with clotted cream, jam and/or lemon curd, according to various regions of the British Isles. “This will be a traditional tea with a three-tiered tray,” says Brown. “There will be time to enjoy the tea and not feel rushed.”
Cost is $25 per person and includes a full afternoon tea.
This event is limited to 40 participants.
To celebrate the New Year, The Gallery at Flat Rock will host a traditional Japanese Mochitsuki ceremony, which involves making mochi, a delicious sweet or savory rice cake. This event is offered through the WNC Japanese Cultural Center, an organization dedicated to sharing aspects of traditional Japanese culture.
Inside the gallery will be kimono for women, men, and children to try on and have your photo taken. There will also be a calligraphy demonstration and origami folding.
We ask that you contribute $5 to help cover the cost of this event. All proceeds go to the Japanese Cultural Center.