Arts & Cultural Institutions

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     3rd Place is the home of the Presbyterian and Episcopal Campus Ministries at ASU,  Listening Post, Inc., and many other student/community groups. 

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  • Downtown Boone's only historic theatre. The Appalachian Theatre of the High Country is currently under revonation. Check out savetheapptheatre.com to learn more about this cultural icon of the High Country. 

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  • Doe Ridge Pottery Gallery is the finest collection of local handmade pottery in the High Country. The gallery features all of Bob Meier's work, including many one-of-a-kind pieces, vases, lamps, vanity sinks, dinnerware, and wedding registries. Bob also features the work of 14 other local artists that make beautiful functional and decorative pottery.  www.doeridgepottery.com

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  • Visit the Jones House Community and Cultural Center in the heart of downtown Boone. Home to the Summer Concerts on the Lawn, Junior Appalachian Music program, Thursday night Old Time Jams, rotating art exhibits, and home to the office of the Town of Boone's Cultural Resources Dept.  

     

     

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    Real life gaming experience! Our rooms are themed with fully interactive and immersive elements. Great for a group of friends, first dates, corporate team building, or just a night out on the town. mysteriumboone.com 

     

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  • The Nth Degree Gallery & Studios is a non-for-profit, member and donation supported art venue, which features monthly exhibitions of local and regional contemporary and emerging artists. The gallery's season spans the entire year with shows taking place on the First Friday of every month. For more information, please visit www.nthdegreegallery.com.

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  • Reckless Arts is a non-profit artist and music residency program, gallery, and recital hall, where residents are provided the space to create, opportunities to thrive, and the confidence of community connections to flourish. www.recklessarts.org.

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  • Rotating between 20-25 exhibitions a year among six galleries, the Turchin Center offers a diverse mix of artwork featured by world renowned and regional artists. The center also offers lectures, workshops, free guided tours and other outreach events available to the Appalachian State University campus and High Country community. Visit tcva.appstate.edu for more information. 828.262.3017 

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