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Julie Armbruster and R. Brooke Priddy-Conrad, Whale Flips Out, 2010, graphite, ink, and watercolor on paper mounted to wood panel, 8 x 8 x 1 inches, Gift of the Ray Griffin/Thom Robinson Collection

Julie Armbruster and R. Brooke Priddy-Conrad, Whale Flips Out, 2010, graphite, ink, and watercolor on paper mounted to wood panel, 8 x 8 x 1 inches, Gift of the Ray Griffin/Thom Robinson Collection

Live Virtual Event

Artist Talk + Q&A with Julie Armbruster
Thursday, June 18 at 12PM

Julie Armbruster is an Asheville-based artist highlighted in the WCU Fine Art Museum's permanent collection and featured in the upcoming fall 2020 exhibition, Cultivating Collections.

Cultivating Collections is a multi-year series of exhibitions at the WCU Fine Art Museum that highlights specific areas of the Museum’s permanent collection of artwork.

This event will streaming live on Facebook and Youtube.

Learn more about this exhibition.


Curious Terrain Exhibition Gallery Tour

Curious Terrain: WNC From the Air, WCU Fine Art Museum exhibition video gallery tour

Video Experiences

Explore a variety of on-demand webinars from exhibiting artists and more.

Discover a selection of exhibition video gallery tours from the Spring 2020 WCU Fine Art Museum season.

Watch the special red-carpet event from the School of Stage and Screen's, Virtual Controlled Chaos Film Festival. After you watch the red-carpet event, take a trip to controlledchaos.wcu.edu to watch all the films from this year's festival. 

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Social Media Channels

Follow Bardo Arts Center on Instagram and Facebook! Enjoy arts content from across a wide range of arts disciplines and mediums.

Check out the main Belcher College social media channels, to see work from current students, alumni, faculty, and staff. 


Additional Virtual Experiences

EXHIBITION FACEBOOK ALBUMS

VIRTUAL MUSEUM 360° TOUR

Enjoy a unique 360° tour of the WCU Fine Art Museum's Spring 2020 exhibitions. view the museum tour!

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