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Paragraph 175

February 23

When:
February 23rd. 7:00pm

The movie Paragraph 175 takes its name from the German penal codes that criminalized homosexuality. Begun in 1871, the laws stayed in place until 1994. The codes were expanded during the Nazi era with disastrous consequences for gay men and sometimes lesbians. Beginning in 1933, gay organizations were banned, scholarly books about homosexuality, and sexuality in general, were burned, and homosexuals within the Nazi Party itself were murdered. Ten's of 1,000's of gay men were imprisoned and sent to concentration camps and died while others were castrated. The documentary includes interviews with 5 of the remaining survivors.

The showing of Paragraph 175 is part of the North Carolina debut of the traveling historical exhibition, Nazi Persecution of Homosexuals 1933-1945 from United States Holocaust Memorial Museum. The exhibit will be on view from Feb. 12 - April 7, in Ramsey Library during regular library hours, and is free and open to everyone. Additionally, Pioneering Voices: Portraits of Transgender People is also on display in Karpen Lobby Monday - Friday.

Through reproductions of historic photographs and documents, Nazi Persecution of Homosexuals 1933-1945 examines the Nazi regimes attempt to eradicate homosexuality, which left thousands dead and shattered the lives of many more.

Lectures, film screenings and discussions will complement the exhibition. The keynote lecture, at 7 p.m. on Thursday, Feb. 16, in Humanities Lecture Hall, will be given by Miami University Associate Professor of European History Erik Jensen, a specialist in the history of Germany and of gender and sexuality.

On February 23, a suggested donation of $7.50 - $15.00 - $20.00 will be accepted. Proceeds benefit the UNC Asheville Center for Diversity Education Additional tax deductible donations, to support the exhibit and the work of the Center, will also be accepted and appreciated.

Advance tickets/donations are available at the Fine Arts box office, or online here- Tickets

HamiltunesAVL, the sequel

March 23

When:
March 23rd. 7:00pm

Reprising the SOLD OUT event last November, we present HamiltunesAVL, the sequel!

Join the revolution as fans of the Tony® Award winning musical, Hamilton, sing and rap along to the Broadway cast album while lyrics are projected on-screen.

Amaze and astonish us all by singing a song as your favorite character from the mic—or just raise a glass to freedom and sing from your seat.

A donation of $10 gets you admission to the event, with proceeds benefitting the Asheville Choral Society. After purchase, you'll receive details on how to sign up to sign at the mic. You blew us all away last time, so be sure to invite your friends so they, too, can be in the room where it happens!

Tickets are $10 and available at the Fine Arts Theatre box office, or online here- Tickets

More information about the Asheville Choral Society is available here- ACS info

GOLD BALLS

March 30

When:
March 30th. 7:00pm

Asheville’s own Dave Carey recently passed away at 103 years of age! Dave was a National Champion Senior Tennis Player and an even more remarkable person, supporting the sport of tennis in Asheville and around the globe. The Asheville Premiere of the movie “Gold Balls” is in honor and memory of our friend Dave Carey.

"Gold Balls" is a documentary about 5 Senior Tennis players trying to win a National Championship and “Gold Ball” prize – some successful and others with little success. Hop in the van and join the entertaining odyssey that is the men’s “ultra” senior tennis circuit and meet some of the most endearingly grumpy athletes ever captured on film. 80 year old former attorney Ron has spent the last 15 years going after a Gold Ball to no success. Meanwhile, 81 year old former Big 10 basketball coach John collects Gold Balls like daisies in the field. Other competitors include first timer Marcus, founder of Black Tennis Magazine and George, a romantic former naval officer who’s always a top contender. Wise-cracking 94 year old Bob is just one Gold Ball away from the all-time record, but has been recently diagnosed with diabetes and doesn’t know how long he can continue competing. When Ron decides to travel to all four National Championships, he finds that becoming a champion requires more than he bargained for – with hilarious and heartwarming results.

More information about the film is available here- Film info

Join us on Thursday, March 30 at 7:00 pm at the Fine Arts Theatre for a special showing of "Gold Balls" in honor of NC Tennis Hall of Fame member Dave Carey - one of Asheville's best ever! Dave was nationally ranked #1 during his tennis career which extended into his late 90's, winning several National Championships, therefore collecting the Gold Ball prize. He loved being on the tennis court, and Court 6 at the Aston Park Tennis Center was dedicated in his honor in 2005. Dave was the poster child for the motto “Tennis is the Sport for a Lifetime”. We'll watch the 88 minute documentary which includes a few local tennis players, honor Dave with a few memories, and hear a brief update on tennis in our local community for all ages - join us to celebrate the sport and honor the player!

The evening is hosted by the Carey family, and all proceeds (per Dave's wishes) will benefit the Asheville Tennis Association, a 501c3 non-profit corporation whose mission is to grow and develop the sport of tennis in the Asheville area. All donations are tax deductible.

Tickets are $10 and available at the Fine Arts Theatre box office, or online here- Tickets

Additonal donations can be made to the Asheville Tennis Association (you'll still need a ticket for the film) here- Donations

Movie Line: 828.232.1536

Admission Prices:

$7.50 Seniors - All Shows

$8.00 Matinees - All Shows before 6:00pm

$9.00 Military - W/ID - All Shows after 6:00pm

$9.00 Student W/ID - All Shows after 6:00pm

$10.00 Adults

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No advance tickets are sold for regularly scheduled films, Some Special Events will offer advance tickets.
Tickets for regularly scheduled films are sold 30 minutes before showtimes. Sorry, no exceptions.

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We are located in downtown Asheville, NC at 36 Biltmore Avenue next to Blue Spiral 1.

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