Cassie Petrilla from Grandfather Mountain Stewardship Foundation will be giving a talk at BRAHM to share information on these long, legless reptiles. Come learn about their critical role in the environment! Whether you prefer snakes from a distance, or value their scales close-up, you will walk away with a greater appreciation of these slithery animals.
WFDD 2022 Photo of the Year January 4th -21st, 2023 Caine Gallery, Bales/Garrison Gallery, & Mezzanine The WFDD 2022 Photo of the Year exhibition showcases all 52 submissions that were chosen as Photo of the Week last year and gives visitors the opportunity to vote for their favorites. As a public radio station based in […]
Reception on Thursday, January 12, 2023 5:00 PM – 6:30 PM Parkway Middle School Art Showcase & Reception View the showcase December 22nd, 2022 – February 1st, 2023 You do not need to register for this event. The reception will be held in BRAHM’s Wilson Education Center. Light refreshments will be provided.
FREE FILM SCREENING, 6 PM BRAHM is staying open late on Thursdays, so why not join us for a movie? To Spring From the Hand: the Life and work of Paulus Berensohn, provides an in depth look into the influential artist. This film is in association with our exhibition Earth & Fowl: Chickens and Other […]
Join us for a special Winterfest Square Dance! The dance will take place in the Wilson Education Center at BRAHM. If you have never square danced before or are a little rusty there will be instruction from 6 pm – 6:30 pm. Then the dance will kick off at 6:30 and last until about 8 […]
Join us for an encore screening of award-winning films from the inaugural BooneDocs Film Festival in 2022. This will serve as a teaser for the 2023 festival which takes place on February 25 at 2 pm at the Appalachian Theatre. BOONE DOCS Film Festival — The Appalachian Theatre of the High Country We will view: […]
FREE EVENT with Limited seating available please RSVP Sheila Kay Adams presents: Banjos, Ballads, and Badmen Seventh-generation ballad singer, storyteller, and musician, Sheila Kay Adams will perform pieces from across her repertoire spanning oceans and generations. This event is guaranteed to be fun and engaging for the whole family. Sponsored by: The Center for Appalachian […]