Home to Western Carolina University’s Performance Hall, Niggli Studio Theatre, and the WCU Fine Art Museum, Bardo Arts Center (BAC) enriches the vibrant artistic and cultural legacy of the Western North Carolina region. Through visual and performing arts programming, we enhance both the campus and community experience by increasing engagement with the arts.
Explore a variety of dynamic online experiences including on-demand webinars and exhibition video gallery tours, along with a feature on our next upcoming live virtual event.
Online streaming Q&A with Julie Armbruster, an Asheville-based artist highlighted in the WCU Fine Art Museum's Permanent Collection exhibition, Cultivating Collections, coming Fall 2020.DISCOVER MORE
The 2020-2021 season is Bardo Arts Center's 15th Anniversary Year! Do you have a memory from Bardo Arts Center? A favorite performance, exhibition, or story? Click below to share it with us!
Join us on Thursday, June 18 at 12PM for a streaming live webinar event with Asheville-based artist, Julie Armbruster.
Featured: Julie Armbruster and R. Brooke Priddy-Conrad, Demonic Merry-Go Round, 2010, graphite and ink on paper mounted to wood panel, 8 x 8 x 1 inches.