April 5-7, 2018
Arts Fest 2018 will have a theme of "Intersections."
With three days of great events, there's plenty to see and do! Visit the Arts Fest website and the link above for more details.
Anarchism in the 21st Century
Monday, October 16, 2017
7:00 PM, Highsmith Grotto
From the airport blockades opposing the Muslim ban to the anti-fascists who fought in Charlottesville, anarchists have been at the forefront of nearly all of the protests and social movements that have broken out across the United States over the past year.
What is anarchism? Is it a radical form of democracy, or libertarianism, or communism, or is it something else entirely? What forms does it take outside the context of street protests? And why is it coming back into the spotlight around the world?
Two longtime authors and activists will discuss the basic tenets of anarchism, review its contemporary history, and answer any questions you might have. Join us for a lively discussion.
Presented by members of CrimethInc.
Jennifer Pharr Davis
September 25, 2017
12:30-8 PM, Sherrill Center Mountain View Room
Hiking icon Jennifer Pharr Davis will speak at UNC Asheville on Monday, September 25, in a three-part series combining practical advice and personal stories.
From 12:30 to 1:45 p.m. she’ll share her experiences as a solo thru-hiker in “Adventure = Growth.”
From 3 to 5 p.m. she’ll offer a backpacking workshop.
At 7 p.m. she’ll present “Stories from the Trail,” chronicling her latest adventure – a three-month hike of the Mountains-to-Sea Trail in North Carolina.
All of the talks will take place in the Sherrill Center Mountain View Room and are free and open to everyone.
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