Flood Gallery Fine Art Center, a young nonprofit arts organization, is dedicated to advancing the knowledge and practice of the arts in contemporary culture. In December 2007, Flood Gallery originated a new educational film series called "Dinner & a Documentary." This film series is specifically designed to educate a rapidly growing community, predominately known for its arts and crafts, on the importance of contemporary art and its ability to promote economic revitalization in Western North Carolina.
Every third Thursday of the month, Flood Gallery's "Dinner & a Documentary” will provide artists and art enthusiasts an opportunity to think critically about contemporary arts and culture and discuss its impact on their lives over tasty dishes by local businesses, essentially promoting community strength, collaboration, and support.
Films include, but are not limited to, “Who Gets to Call It Art?,” “The Order - From Matthew Barney’s Cremaster Cycle 3,” “Art21: Art in the Twenty-First Century Season 3 & 4,” "How to Draw a Bunny," "Driving the Dream," and more.