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Mosaic Art Walk & Benefit: Participating Galleries and Nonprofits

On Thursday, May 18, from 5-8 p.m., Mosaic comes together with 12 downtown Asheville galleries to create a unique community art walk and benefit. 

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Plan your Art Walk & Benefit evening by checking out the following featured galleries and nonprofits:

American Folk Art (64 Biltmore Ave.) – Hosted by agents Nicholas Butts and Laura Moye, this gallery will be featuring the nonprofit Indigenous Walls Project.

https://www.amerifolk.com/

https://www.indigenouswallsproject.com/

Ariel Gallery (19 Biltmore Ave.) – Join agents Elizabeth Putnam and Shane Peters while supporting Bounty and Soul.

https://arielcraftgallery.com/

https://bountyandsoul.org/

Bender Gallery (24 Biltmore Ave.) – Hosted by agents Erin Walton, Bill Anderson, Justin Mitchell and Stacey Enos, Bender’s event will feature the nonprofit Buncombe Partnership for Children.

https://bendergallery.com/

https://buncombepfc.org/

Blend (67 Biltmore Ave.) – Come meet agents Trenton Thomas, Carrie-Welles Craven, and Vanessa Byrd while supporting Children’s Well-Being League Asheville.

https://www.instagram.com/blendgallerync/

http://www.cwl-asheville.org/

Blue Spiral (38 Biltmore Ave.) – Mosaic agents Alyssa Augustine, Kelly Cates Wilensky, Chris Findley and Carol Marin will be hosting here, to benefit Asheville Symphony Music in the Schools.

https://bluespiral1.com/

https://ashevillesymphony.org/music-in-the-schools/

Center for Craft (67 Broadway St.) – Mosaic agents Kathleen Cook, LeAnn Bound, Mallory Steenstrup and Joseph Ruiz will be on hand at this gallery, which will be highlighting the nonprofit arm of Center for Craft's mission to resource, catalyze and amplify how and why craft matters.

https://www.centerforcraft.org/

Citron Gallery (60 Biltmore Ave.) – Mosaic agents Brittany Roszko, Eric Albee and Wilson Hood welcome you to this gallery, which will be featuring the nonprofit Asheville Humane Society.

https://citrongallery.com/

https://www.ashevillehumane.org/

Lexington Glassworks (81 South Lexington Ave.) – Mosaic’s Trip Howell, Hart Dahlhauser, Rika Taylor and Ward Caldwell will host at this glassworks gallery, with raffle ticket sales to benefit Asheville Greenworks.

https://www.lexingtonglassworks.com/

https://www.ashevillegreenworks.org/

Mark Bettis Gallery (15 Broadway St.) – Join Mosaic’s Jackie Dirscherl, Stephanie Caldwell, Anthony Thomas and Anthony Guthmiller at this gallery as they support Open Heart Art Center.

https://www.markbettisgallery.com/

https://openheartsartcenter.org/

Momentum Gallery (52 Broadway St.) – Join Mosaic’s Nancy Horowitz, Caley Bowman, Megan Shook and Mike Figura at this gallery as they support Food Connection.

https://momentumgallery.com/

https://food-connection.org/

Russell and Armstrong Studio Gallery (24 North Lexington Ave.) – Mosaic agents Anthony Guthmiller, Craig Severance and Holly Aracich will be hosting at this working studio gallery, where attendees can enjoy supporting Brother Wolf Animal Rescue.

https://www.russellandarmstronggallery.com/

https://www.bwar.org/

The Haen Gallery (52 Biltmore Ave.) – Join Mosaic hosts Aidree Tolan, Gus Mujica and Kgao Martin at this gallery featuring Southern Appalachian Highlands Conservancy.

https://thehaengallery.com/

https://appalachian.org/

You will have the opportunity to purchase raffle tickets to win exciting prizes, with all proceeds going to the highlighted organization at each gallery. Additionally, each gallery will contribute a percentage of sales to its featured nonprofit. Click the button below the gallery listing for a detailed view of the raffle prize packages!

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