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Event Date: 03/05/2018 - 05/28/2018   Event Time: All Day

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360 Asheville School Road , Asheville, NC 28806
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Event Date: 03/07/2018 - 05/30/2018   Event Time: All Day

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360 Asheville School Road , Asheville, NC 28806
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Event Date: 03/22/2018 - 04/21/2018   Event Time: - 11:00 PM

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Tracey Morgan Gallery is pleased to present Future Past: Experiments in Photography, a group exhibition of work from 15 artists, all of whom are working beyond the tradition notions of photography. Artists included are Matthew Brandt, Marco Breuer, Colby Caldwell, Bridget Conn, Ofri Cnaani, Bryan Graf, Sandi Haber Fifield, James Huckenpahler, Ivana Larrosa, Chris McCaw, Ben Nixon, Stacey Page, Dawn Roe, Nikko Sedgwick, and Lydia See. More than ever, the art world is seeing a shift in the way we perceive photographs. This exhibition is a small survey of contemporary photography’s return to hand crafted, unique (sometimes one of a kind) works of art. These artists are working beyond the camera, beyond the frame, beyond film, beyond the print. Chance serves as a dominant theme in both the process and the resulting works. We see artists not only using tools of digital manipulation, they are also altering the surface of their photographs with paint, thread, water, and other non traditional materials. We’re also seeing artists employ traditional photographic techniques, and even reconsidering ways in which these techniques can be utilized. The exhibition includes a survey of processes from photograms, cyanotypes to digital applications and 3-dimensional installations. Colby Caldwell uses the computer and one corrupt digital file transferred from Super 8 film to create vibrant grid-like images. James Huckenpahler utilizes computer software to create striking, figurative prints on aluminum. Ben Nixon constructs photograms, images made without the use of a camera, as does Bryan Graf, who uses a handheld flash and color gels to create his dream-like, large-scale photograms. Bridget Conn, also utilizing an alternative process, makes gestural chemigrams using photographic paper to make pieces based on line, shape, color, and textures rather than on photographic imagery from negatives. Ofri Cnaani and Dawn Roe also create cameraless works, and will be both exhibiting cyanotypes, with Roe creating a small scale installation. Matthew Brandt, who has used everything from peanut butter to cocaine in his photographs, will be exhibiting subtle, captivating works on handmade paper, silkscreened with charcoal from wood on the land which contains his subjects, trees. In his Sunburned series, Chris McCaw creates several-hour exposures, a process where the sun burns its path onto the light sensitive negative, moving beyond photography as merely a representation of reality. Several of the artists are working well beyond the photograph itself. Nikko Sedgwick begins with a photograph that he has loosened the chemistry from, resulting in distorted, whirling pieces that he then paints atop of. Lydia See and Stacey Page use thread and embroidery to activate their imagery, while Marco Breuer creates memorable graphic abstractions by burning, folding, embossing, scraping, and otherwise obstructing photo sensitive paper. Sandi Haber Fifield combines photographs with drawings on vellum resulting in intimate, atmospheric works that one looks at as well as through. Ivana Larrosa uses prints, hair, and various other materials to create 3-dimensional images. As one can imagine, the use of the hand goes well beyond expectation for a photographic exhibition. For press inquiries, please contact [email protected]

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188 Coxe Ave , Asheville, NC 28801
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Event Date: 03/23/2018 - 04/22/2018   Event Time: - 11:00 PM

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Tracey Morgan Gallery is pleased to present Future Past: Experiments in Photography, a group exhibition of work from 15 artists, all of whom are working beyond the tradition notions of photography. Artists included are Matthew Brandt, Marco Breuer, Colby Caldwell, Bridget Conn, Ofri Cnaani, Bryan Graf, Sandi Haber Fifield, James Huckenpahler, Ivana Larrosa, Chris McCaw, Ben Nixon, Stacey Page, Dawn Roe, Nikko Sedgwick, and Lydia See. More than ever, the art world is seeing a shift in the way we perceive photographs. This exhibition is a small survey of contemporary photography’s return to hand crafted, unique (sometimes one of a kind) works of art. These artists are working beyond the camera, beyond the frame, beyond film, beyond the print. Chance serves as a dominant theme in both the process and the resulting works. We see artists not only using tools of digital manipulation, they are also altering the surface of their photographs with paint, thread, water, and other non traditional materials. We’re also seeing artists employ traditional photographic techniques, and even reconsidering ways in which these techniques can be utilized. The exhibition includes a survey of processes from photograms, cyanotypes to digital applications and 3-dimensional installations. Colby Caldwell uses the computer and one corrupt digital file transferred from Super 8 film to create vibrant grid-like images. James Huckenpahler utilizes computer software to create striking, figurative prints on aluminum. Ben Nixon constructs photograms, images made without the use of a camera, as does Bryan Graf, who uses a handheld flash and color gels to create his dream-like, large-scale photograms. Bridget Conn, also utilizing an alternative process, makes gestural chemigrams using photographic paper to make pieces based on line, shape, color, and textures rather than on photographic imagery from negatives. Ofri Cnaani and Dawn Roe also create cameraless works, and will be both exhibiting cyanotypes, with Roe creating a small scale installation. Matthew Brandt, who has used everything from peanut butter to cocaine in his photographs, will be exhibiting subtle, captivating works on handmade paper, silkscreened with charcoal from wood on the land which contains his subjects, trees. In his Sunburned series, Chris McCaw creates several-hour exposures, a process where the sun burns its path onto the light sensitive negative, moving beyond photography as merely a representation of reality. Several of the artists are working well beyond the photograph itself. Nikko Sedgwick begins with a photograph that he has loosened the chemistry from, resulting in distorted, whirling pieces that he then paints atop of. Lydia See and Stacey Page use thread and embroidery to activate their imagery, while Marco Breuer creates memorable graphic abstractions by burning, folding, embossing, scraping, and otherwise obstructing photo sensitive paper. Sandi Haber Fifield combines photographs with drawings on vellum resulting in intimate, atmospheric works that one looks at as well as through. Ivana Larrosa uses prints, hair, and various other materials to create 3-dimensional images. As one can imagine, the use of the hand goes well beyond expectation for a photographic exhibition. For press inquiries, please contact [email protected]

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188 Coxe Ave , Asheville, NC 28801
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Event Date: 03/24/2018 - 04/23/2018   Event Time: - 11:00 PM

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Tracey Morgan Gallery is pleased to present Future Past: Experiments in Photography, a group exhibition of work from 15 artists, all of whom are working beyond the tradition notions of photography. Artists included are Matthew Brandt, Marco Breuer, Colby Caldwell, Bridget Conn, Ofri Cnaani, Bryan Graf, Sandi Haber Fifield, James Huckenpahler, Ivana Larrosa, Chris McCaw, Ben Nixon, Stacey Page, Dawn Roe, Nikko Sedgwick, and Lydia See. More than ever, the art world is seeing a shift in the way we perceive photographs. This exhibition is a small survey of contemporary photography’s return to hand crafted, unique (sometimes one of a kind) works of art. These artists are working beyond the camera, beyond the frame, beyond film, beyond the print. Chance serves as a dominant theme in both the process and the resulting works. We see artists not only using tools of digital manipulation, they are also altering the surface of their photographs with paint, thread, water, and other non traditional materials. We’re also seeing artists employ traditional photographic techniques, and even reconsidering ways in which these techniques can be utilized. The exhibition includes a survey of processes from photograms, cyanotypes to digital applications and 3-dimensional installations. Colby Caldwell uses the computer and one corrupt digital file transferred from Super 8 film to create vibrant grid-like images. James Huckenpahler utilizes computer software to create striking, figurative prints on aluminum. Ben Nixon constructs photograms, images made without the use of a camera, as does Bryan Graf, who uses a handheld flash and color gels to create his dream-like, large-scale photograms. Bridget Conn, also utilizing an alternative process, makes gestural chemigrams using photographic paper to make pieces based on line, shape, color, and textures rather than on photographic imagery from negatives. Ofri Cnaani and Dawn Roe also create cameraless works, and will be both exhibiting cyanotypes, with Roe creating a small scale installation. Matthew Brandt, who has used everything from peanut butter to cocaine in his photographs, will be exhibiting subtle, captivating works on handmade paper, silkscreened with charcoal from wood on the land which contains his subjects, trees. In his Sunburned series, Chris McCaw creates several-hour exposures, a process where the sun burns its path onto the light sensitive negative, moving beyond photography as merely a representation of reality. Several of the artists are working well beyond the photograph itself. Nikko Sedgwick begins with a photograph that he has loosened the chemistry from, resulting in distorted, whirling pieces that he then paints atop of. Lydia See and Stacey Page use thread and embroidery to activate their imagery, while Marco Breuer creates memorable graphic abstractions by burning, folding, embossing, scraping, and otherwise obstructing photo sensitive paper. Sandi Haber Fifield combines photographs with drawings on vellum resulting in intimate, atmospheric works that one looks at as well as through. Ivana Larrosa uses prints, hair, and various other materials to create 3-dimensional images. As one can imagine, the use of the hand goes well beyond expectation for a photographic exhibition. For press inquiries, please contact [email protected]

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188 Coxe Ave , Asheville, NC 28801
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Event Date: 03/25/2018 - 04/24/2018   Event Time: - 11:00 PM

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Tracey Morgan Gallery is pleased to present Future Past: Experiments in Photography, a group exhibition of work from 15 artists, all of whom are working beyond the tradition notions of photography. Artists included are Matthew Brandt, Marco Breuer, Colby Caldwell, Bridget Conn, Ofri Cnaani, Bryan Graf, Sandi Haber Fifield, James Huckenpahler, Ivana Larrosa, Chris McCaw, Ben Nixon, Stacey Page, Dawn Roe, Nikko Sedgwick, and Lydia See. More than ever, the art world is seeing a shift in the way we perceive photographs. This exhibition is a small survey of contemporary photography’s return to hand crafted, unique (sometimes one of a kind) works of art. These artists are working beyond the camera, beyond the frame, beyond film, beyond the print. Chance serves as a dominant theme in both the process and the resulting works. We see artists not only using tools of digital manipulation, they are also altering the surface of their photographs with paint, thread, water, and other non traditional materials. We’re also seeing artists employ traditional photographic techniques, and even reconsidering ways in which these techniques can be utilized. The exhibition includes a survey of processes from photograms, cyanotypes to digital applications and 3-dimensional installations. Colby Caldwell uses the computer and one corrupt digital file transferred from Super 8 film to create vibrant grid-like images. James Huckenpahler utilizes computer software to create striking, figurative prints on aluminum. Ben Nixon constructs photograms, images made without the use of a camera, as does Bryan Graf, who uses a handheld flash and color gels to create his dream-like, large-scale photograms. Bridget Conn, also utilizing an alternative process, makes gestural chemigrams using photographic paper to make pieces based on line, shape, color, and textures rather than on photographic imagery from negatives. Ofri Cnaani and Dawn Roe also create cameraless works, and will be both exhibiting cyanotypes, with Roe creating a small scale installation. Matthew Brandt, who has used everything from peanut butter to cocaine in his photographs, will be exhibiting subtle, captivating works on handmade paper, silkscreened with charcoal from wood on the land which contains his subjects, trees. In his Sunburned series, Chris McCaw creates several-hour exposures, a process where the sun burns its path onto the light sensitive negative, moving beyond photography as merely a representation of reality. Several of the artists are working well beyond the photograph itself. Nikko Sedgwick begins with a photograph that he has loosened the chemistry from, resulting in distorted, whirling pieces that he then paints atop of. Lydia See and Stacey Page use thread and embroidery to activate their imagery, while Marco Breuer creates memorable graphic abstractions by burning, folding, embossing, scraping, and otherwise obstructing photo sensitive paper. Sandi Haber Fifield combines photographs with drawings on vellum resulting in intimate, atmospheric works that one looks at as well as through. Ivana Larrosa uses prints, hair, and various other materials to create 3-dimensional images. As one can imagine, the use of the hand goes well beyond expectation for a photographic exhibition. For press inquiries, please contact [email protected]

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188 Coxe Ave , Asheville, NC 28801
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Event Date: 03/26/2018 - 04/25/2018   Event Time: - 11:00 PM

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Tracey Morgan Gallery is pleased to present Future Past: Experiments in Photography, a group exhibition of work from 15 artists, all of whom are working beyond the tradition notions of photography. Artists included are Matthew Brandt, Marco Breuer, Colby Caldwell, Bridget Conn, Ofri Cnaani, Bryan Graf, Sandi Haber Fifield, James Huckenpahler, Ivana Larrosa, Chris McCaw, Ben Nixon, Stacey Page, Dawn Roe, Nikko Sedgwick, and Lydia See. More than ever, the art world is seeing a shift in the way we perceive photographs. This exhibition is a small survey of contemporary photography’s return to hand crafted, unique (sometimes one of a kind) works of art. These artists are working beyond the camera, beyond the frame, beyond film, beyond the print. Chance serves as a dominant theme in both the process and the resulting works. We see artists not only using tools of digital manipulation, they are also altering the surface of their photographs with paint, thread, water, and other non traditional materials. We’re also seeing artists employ traditional photographic techniques, and even reconsidering ways in which these techniques can be utilized. The exhibition includes a survey of processes from photograms, cyanotypes to digital applications and 3-dimensional installations. Colby Caldwell uses the computer and one corrupt digital file transferred from Super 8 film to create vibrant grid-like images. James Huckenpahler utilizes computer software to create striking, figurative prints on aluminum. Ben Nixon constructs photograms, images made without the use of a camera, as does Bryan Graf, who uses a handheld flash and color gels to create his dream-like, large-scale photograms. Bridget Conn, also utilizing an alternative process, makes gestural chemigrams using photographic paper to make pieces based on line, shape, color, and textures rather than on photographic imagery from negatives. Ofri Cnaani and Dawn Roe also create cameraless works, and will be both exhibiting cyanotypes, with Roe creating a small scale installation. Matthew Brandt, who has used everything from peanut butter to cocaine in his photographs, will be exhibiting subtle, captivating works on handmade paper, silkscreened with charcoal from wood on the land which contains his subjects, trees. In his Sunburned series, Chris McCaw creates several-hour exposures, a process where the sun burns its path onto the light sensitive negative, moving beyond photography as merely a representation of reality. Several of the artists are working well beyond the photograph itself. Nikko Sedgwick begins with a photograph that he has loosened the chemistry from, resulting in distorted, whirling pieces that he then paints atop of. Lydia See and Stacey Page use thread and embroidery to activate their imagery, while Marco Breuer creates memorable graphic abstractions by burning, folding, embossing, scraping, and otherwise obstructing photo sensitive paper. Sandi Haber Fifield combines photographs with drawings on vellum resulting in intimate, atmospheric works that one looks at as well as through. Ivana Larrosa uses prints, hair, and various other materials to create 3-dimensional images. As one can imagine, the use of the hand goes well beyond expectation for a photographic exhibition. For press inquiries, please contact [email protected]

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188 Coxe Ave , Asheville, NC 28801
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Event Date: 03/27/2018 - 04/26/2018   Event Time: - 11:00 PM

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Tracey Morgan Gallery is pleased to present Future Past: Experiments in Photography, a group exhibition of work from 15 artists, all of whom are working beyond the tradition notions of photography. Artists included are Matthew Brandt, Marco Breuer, Colby Caldwell, Bridget Conn, Ofri Cnaani, Bryan Graf, Sandi Haber Fifield, James Huckenpahler, Ivana Larrosa, Chris McCaw, Ben Nixon, Stacey Page, Dawn Roe, Nikko Sedgwick, and Lydia See. More than ever, the art world is seeing a shift in the way we perceive photographs. This exhibition is a small survey of contemporary photography’s return to hand crafted, unique (sometimes one of a kind) works of art. These artists are working beyond the camera, beyond the frame, beyond film, beyond the print. Chance serves as a dominant theme in both the process and the resulting works. We see artists not only using tools of digital manipulation, they are also altering the surface of their photographs with paint, thread, water, and other non traditional materials. We’re also seeing artists employ traditional photographic techniques, and even reconsidering ways in which these techniques can be utilized. The exhibition includes a survey of processes from photograms, cyanotypes to digital applications and 3-dimensional installations. Colby Caldwell uses the computer and one corrupt digital file transferred from Super 8 film to create vibrant grid-like images. James Huckenpahler utilizes computer software to create striking, figurative prints on aluminum. Ben Nixon constructs photograms, images made without the use of a camera, as does Bryan Graf, who uses a handheld flash and color gels to create his dream-like, large-scale photograms. Bridget Conn, also utilizing an alternative process, makes gestural chemigrams using photographic paper to make pieces based on line, shape, color, and textures rather than on photographic imagery from negatives. Ofri Cnaani and Dawn Roe also create cameraless works, and will be both exhibiting cyanotypes, with Roe creating a small scale installation. Matthew Brandt, who has used everything from peanut butter to cocaine in his photographs, will be exhibiting subtle, captivating works on handmade paper, silkscreened with charcoal from wood on the land which contains his subjects, trees. In his Sunburned series, Chris McCaw creates several-hour exposures, a process where the sun burns its path onto the light sensitive negative, moving beyond photography as merely a representation of reality. Several of the artists are working well beyond the photograph itself. Nikko Sedgwick begins with a photograph that he has loosened the chemistry from, resulting in distorted, whirling pieces that he then paints atop of. Lydia See and Stacey Page use thread and embroidery to activate their imagery, while Marco Breuer creates memorable graphic abstractions by burning, folding, embossing, scraping, and otherwise obstructing photo sensitive paper. Sandi Haber Fifield combines photographs with drawings on vellum resulting in intimate, atmospheric works that one looks at as well as through. Ivana Larrosa uses prints, hair, and various other materials to create 3-dimensional images. As one can imagine, the use of the hand goes well beyond expectation for a photographic exhibition. For press inquiries, please contact [email protected]

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188 Coxe Ave , Asheville, NC 28801
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Event Date: 03/28/2018 - 04/27/2018   Event Time: - 11:00 PM

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Tracey Morgan Gallery is pleased to present Future Past: Experiments in Photography, a group exhibition of work from 15 artists, all of whom are working beyond the tradition notions of photography. Artists included are Matthew Brandt, Marco Breuer, Colby Caldwell, Bridget Conn, Ofri Cnaani, Bryan Graf, Sandi Haber Fifield, James Huckenpahler, Ivana Larrosa, Chris McCaw, Ben Nixon, Stacey Page, Dawn Roe, Nikko Sedgwick, and Lydia See. More than ever, the art world is seeing a shift in the way we perceive photographs. This exhibition is a small survey of contemporary photography’s return to hand crafted, unique (sometimes one of a kind) works of art. These artists are working beyond the camera, beyond the frame, beyond film, beyond the print. Chance serves as a dominant theme in both the process and the resulting works. We see artists not only using tools of digital manipulation, they are also altering the surface of their photographs with paint, thread, water, and other non traditional materials. We’re also seeing artists employ traditional photographic techniques, and even reconsidering ways in which these techniques can be utilized. The exhibition includes a survey of processes from photograms, cyanotypes to digital applications and 3-dimensional installations. Colby Caldwell uses the computer and one corrupt digital file transferred from Super 8 film to create vibrant grid-like images. James Huckenpahler utilizes computer software to create striking, figurative prints on aluminum. Ben Nixon constructs photograms, images made without the use of a camera, as does Bryan Graf, who uses a handheld flash and color gels to create his dream-like, large-scale photograms. Bridget Conn, also utilizing an alternative process, makes gestural chemigrams using photographic paper to make pieces based on line, shape, color, and textures rather than on photographic imagery from negatives. Ofri Cnaani and Dawn Roe also create cameraless works, and will be both exhibiting cyanotypes, with Roe creating a small scale installation. Matthew Brandt, who has used everything from peanut butter to cocaine in his photographs, will be exhibiting subtle, captivating works on handmade paper, silkscreened with charcoal from wood on the land which contains his subjects, trees. In his Sunburned series, Chris McCaw creates several-hour exposures, a process where the sun burns its path onto the light sensitive negative, moving beyond photography as merely a representation of reality. Several of the artists are working well beyond the photograph itself. Nikko Sedgwick begins with a photograph that he has loosened the chemistry from, resulting in distorted, whirling pieces that he then paints atop of. Lydia See and Stacey Page use thread and embroidery to activate their imagery, while Marco Breuer creates memorable graphic abstractions by burning, folding, embossing, scraping, and otherwise obstructing photo sensitive paper. Sandi Haber Fifield combines photographs with drawings on vellum resulting in intimate, atmospheric works that one looks at as well as through. Ivana Larrosa uses prints, hair, and various other materials to create 3-dimensional images. As one can imagine, the use of the hand goes well beyond expectation for a photographic exhibition. For press inquiries, please contact [email protected]

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188 Coxe Ave , Asheville, NC 28801
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Event Date: 03/29/2018 - 04/28/2018   Event Time: - 11:00 PM

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Tracey Morgan Gallery is pleased to present Future Past: Experiments in Photography, a group exhibition of work from 15 artists, all of whom are working beyond the tradition notions of photography. Artists included are Matthew Brandt, Marco Breuer, Colby Caldwell, Bridget Conn, Ofri Cnaani, Bryan Graf, Sandi Haber Fifield, James Huckenpahler, Ivana Larrosa, Chris McCaw, Ben Nixon, Stacey Page, Dawn Roe, Nikko Sedgwick, and Lydia See. More than ever, the art world is seeing a shift in the way we perceive photographs. This exhibition is a small survey of contemporary photography’s return to hand crafted, unique (sometimes one of a kind) works of art. These artists are working beyond the camera, beyond the frame, beyond film, beyond the print. Chance serves as a dominant theme in both the process and the resulting works. We see artists not only using tools of digital manipulation, they are also altering the surface of their photographs with paint, thread, water, and other non traditional materials. We’re also seeing artists employ traditional photographic techniques, and even reconsidering ways in which these techniques can be utilized. The exhibition includes a survey of processes from photograms, cyanotypes to digital applications and 3-dimensional installations. Colby Caldwell uses the computer and one corrupt digital file transferred from Super 8 film to create vibrant grid-like images. James Huckenpahler utilizes computer software to create striking, figurative prints on aluminum. Ben Nixon constructs photograms, images made without the use of a camera, as does Bryan Graf, who uses a handheld flash and color gels to create his dream-like, large-scale photograms. Bridget Conn, also utilizing an alternative process, makes gestural chemigrams using photographic paper to make pieces based on line, shape, color, and textures rather than on photographic imagery from negatives. Ofri Cnaani and Dawn Roe also create cameraless works, and will be both exhibiting cyanotypes, with Roe creating a small scale installation. Matthew Brandt, who has used everything from peanut butter to cocaine in his photographs, will be exhibiting subtle, captivating works on handmade paper, silkscreened with charcoal from wood on the land which contains his subjects, trees. In his Sunburned series, Chris McCaw creates several-hour exposures, a process where the sun burns its path onto the light sensitive negative, moving beyond photography as merely a representation of reality. Several of the artists are working well beyond the photograph itself. Nikko Sedgwick begins with a photograph that he has loosened the chemistry from, resulting in distorted, whirling pieces that he then paints atop of. Lydia See and Stacey Page use thread and embroidery to activate their imagery, while Marco Breuer creates memorable graphic abstractions by burning, folding, embossing, scraping, and otherwise obstructing photo sensitive paper. Sandi Haber Fifield combines photographs with drawings on vellum resulting in intimate, atmospheric works that one looks at as well as through. Ivana Larrosa uses prints, hair, and various other materials to create 3-dimensional images. As one can imagine, the use of the hand goes well beyond expectation for a photographic exhibition. For press inquiries, please contact [email protected]ry.com.

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188 Coxe Ave , Asheville, NC 28801
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Event Date: 03/30/2018 - 04/29/2018   Event Time: - 11:00 PM

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Tracey Morgan Gallery is pleased to present Future Past: Experiments in Photography, a group exhibition of work from 15 artists, all of whom are working beyond the tradition notions of photography. Artists included are Matthew Brandt, Marco Breuer, Colby Caldwell, Bridget Conn, Ofri Cnaani, Bryan Graf, Sandi Haber Fifield, James Huckenpahler, Ivana Larrosa, Chris McCaw, Ben Nixon, Stacey Page, Dawn Roe, Nikko Sedgwick, and Lydia See. More than ever, the art world is seeing a shift in the way we perceive photographs. This exhibition is a small survey of contemporary photography’s return to hand crafted, unique (sometimes one of a kind) works of art. These artists are working beyond the camera, beyond the frame, beyond film, beyond the print. Chance serves as a dominant theme in both the process and the resulting works. We see artists not only using tools of digital manipulation, they are also altering the surface of their photographs with paint, thread, water, and other non traditional materials. We’re also seeing artists employ traditional photographic techniques, and even reconsidering ways in which these techniques can be utilized. The exhibition includes a survey of processes from photograms, cyanotypes to digital applications and 3-dimensional installations. Colby Caldwell uses the computer and one corrupt digital file transferred from Super 8 film to create vibrant grid-like images. James Huckenpahler utilizes computer software to create striking, figurative prints on aluminum. Ben Nixon constructs photograms, images made without the use of a camera, as does Bryan Graf, who uses a handheld flash and color gels to create his dream-like, large-scale photograms. Bridget Conn, also utilizing an alternative process, makes gestural chemigrams using photographic paper to make pieces based on line, shape, color, and textures rather than on photographic imagery from negatives. Ofri Cnaani and Dawn Roe also create cameraless works, and will be both exhibiting cyanotypes, with Roe creating a small scale installation. Matthew Brandt, who has used everything from peanut butter to cocaine in his photographs, will be exhibiting subtle, captivating works on handmade paper, silkscreened with charcoal from wood on the land which contains his subjects, trees. In his Sunburned series, Chris McCaw creates several-hour exposures, a process where the sun burns its path onto the light sensitive negative, moving beyond photography as merely a representation of reality. Several of the artists are working well beyond the photograph itself. Nikko Sedgwick begins with a photograph that he has loosened the chemistry from, resulting in distorted, whirling pieces that he then paints atop of. Lydia See and Stacey Page use thread and embroidery to activate their imagery, while Marco Breuer creates memorable graphic abstractions by burning, folding, embossing, scraping, and otherwise obstructing photo sensitive paper. Sandi Haber Fifield combines photographs with drawings on vellum resulting in intimate, atmospheric works that one looks at as well as through. Ivana Larrosa uses prints, hair, and various other materials to create 3-dimensional images. As one can imagine, the use of the hand goes well beyond expectation for a photographic exhibition. For press inquiries, please contact [email protected]

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188 Coxe Ave , Asheville, NC 28801
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Event Date: 04/09/2018 - 06/09/2018   Event Time: All Day

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1345 Hendersonville Road , Asheville, NC 28803
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Event Date: 04/20/2018 - 04/22/2018   Event Time: All Day

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“Taking Your Story to the Stage” is a three-day workshop in Asheville, NC offered by Connie Regan-Blake with a focus on performance skills. Participants are asked to come with a story that is almost “stage-ready.” The workshop registration is limited to 6 tellers who each perform on Saturday evening at the Black Mountain center for the Arts to enthusiastic sold-out audiences.

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, Asheville, NC 28805
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Event Date: 04/20/2018 - 04/21/2018   Event Time: 5:00 PM

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Garden & Gun’s Mint Julep Month is underway, and MG Road is joining the party! From April 5 to May 5, the Asheville lounge is whipping up their own version of the classic cocktail – dubbed the MG Julep – composed of Olmeca Altos Reposado tequila, coriander, ginger and lime zest syrup, all served over crushed ice and garnished with fresh cilantro. Bottoms up!

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19 Wall St, , Asheville, NC 28801
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Event Date: 04/20/2018 - 04/21/2018   Event Time: 5:00 PM

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Garden & Gun’s Mint Julep Month is underway, and MG Road is joining the party! From April 5 to May 5, the Asheville lounge is whipping up their own version of the classic cocktail – dubbed the MG Julep – composed of Olmeca Altos Reposado tequila, coriander, ginger and lime zest syrup, all served over crushed ice and garnished with fresh cilantro. Bottoms up!

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19 Wall St, , Asheville, NC 28801
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Event Date: 04/20/2018 - 04/21/2018   Event Time: 10:00 PM - 1:00 AM

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Join us every Friday and Saturday night at 10:00 for some unforgettable FREE live Jazz, decadent cocktails and sumptuous late-night food. The Alex Taub Trio: Alex Taub (Keyboard), Kevin Kehrberg (Bass), Evan Martin (Drums).

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715 Haywood Road , Asheville, NC 28806
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Event Date: 04/21/2018   Event Time: All Day

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Schedule TBD

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101 Biltmore Ave , Asheville, NC 28801
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Event Date: 04/21/2018   Event Time: All Day

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Private EventInterested in having The Grey Eagle host your next private event? Contact [email protected] for more information.

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185 Clingman Avenue , Asheville, NC
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Event Date: 04/21/2018 - 04/22/2018   Event Time: All Day

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Amboy Road , Asheville, NC
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Event Date: 04/21/2018   Event Time: 8:00 AM - 2:00 PM

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Come shop for treasures in the largest neighborhood in Asheville! RAIN OR SHINE For more information and a list of participating houses, click here: http://www.ilovehawcreek.com/events/yardsale/

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436 New Haw Creek Rd , Asheville, NC 28805
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Event Date: 04/21/2018   Event Time: 9:00 AM

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Pre-K through Grade 12 educators, join us in store every Saturday and Sunday in April and enjoy 25% off most books, toys, games, movies, music, and more. Plus, shop online at BN.com on Saturday, April 28th, and Sunday, April 29th, and save 25% on most orders.

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33 Town Square Boulevard , Asheville, NC 28803
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Event Date: 04/21/2018   Event Time: 9:00 AM

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Pre-K through Grade 12 educators, join us in store every Saturday and Sunday in April and enjoy 25% off most books, toys, games, movies, music, and more. Plus, shop online at BN.com on Saturday, April 28th, and Sunday, April 29th, and save 25% on most orders.

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Barnes Road , Asheville, NC 28803
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Event Date: 04/21/2018   Event Time: 9:00 AM

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American Red Cross CPR & First Aid - Adult & Child Infant, Child, Adult CPR, AED, and First Aid will be covered in this 4 hour training. Participants will be certified in the American Red Cross Child & Adult CPR & First Aid upon successful completion of the course. The training will start on time and participants who arrive late will not be given credit for the class and no refund will be given.  There are only 10 spaces available for each CPR & First Aid training. If you have any questions, please email or call Stevie Alverson at [email protected] or 828.407.2058 Saturday, March 10, 2018 9:00am - 1:00pm $25.00 FAQs Is my registration transferable? Things happen! If for some reason you are unable to attend this training after you have registered, you may send someone in your place! Just be sure to let us know ([email protected]). What is the refund policy? Unfortunately, we do not offer refunds for trainings, unless Buncombe Partnership for Children cancels the event. Instead, we do offer ‘credits’ that can be applied to future trainings you wish to attend. To receive credits for future training you must cancel at least 24 hours in advance. You are responsible for contacting us should you wish you transfer your credit to another training. Can I pay with cash or check? If your organization must pay by check, please contact Stacy Lutz-Ovies at 828.407.2066 or [email protected] All checks are due 72 hours in advance unless otherwise agreed upon. Unfortunately, we cannot accept cash. If you do not have a credit card or feel uncomfortable using a credit card online, consider asking a friend to register you and giving them cash. I'm going to be running late. Can I still attend? Unfortunately, DCDEE rules do not allow for credit to be given to participants that miss more than 15 minutes of a training. The participant is welcome to still attend, but CHCs or CEUs cannot be given.

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2229 Riverside Dr , Asheville, NC 28804
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Event Date: 04/21/2018   Event Time: 9:00 AM

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Welcoming another new addition to your family?  Is your older child excited about becoming a big sibling but not sure what their new title really means? Register now for this awesome Sibling Class. The Sibling Class is designed for children ages 2 and older. Each class we sit together and learn the basics about newborns - what they are wearing when they are born, how babies communicate, and what babies need (diapers, clothes, blankets, love). We talk about the process of labor and birth in G-rated fashion - where moms and dads go to have a baby or what it will be like to have a baby at home, how the baby gets out of mom, what are those funny sounds mom is making, and that mom is OK. Children are encouraged to bring a baby doll or baby-sized stuffed animal to class so they can diaper, clothe, swaddle, and hold the baby. They will learn the important ways they can help when the new baby comes home and learn how to "play" with thier little sibling and show the baby love. Each class includes time to read a book, watch a birth story, and do a craft and ebbs and flows to hold the attention of the various ages in the group. Although this class is primarliy focused on the children, parents will learn tips about integrating the new baby to the mix, including ways to welcome the new baby, how siblings can help with the day-to-day tasks a newborn requires, transitioning to a family of four or more, and how to prepare children for the birth of their new brother or sister.  The class will also have resources on what to expect, the changing family dynamics, challenges with older children such as toilet training and sleep.   The children will create a onesie for the new baby and create a big brother/sister tee shirt for themselves. They will also receive "I'm the Big Brother/Sister" certificate upon completing the class  YOU MAY ALSO LIKE: Childbirth Refresher Class We also offer class bundles:  Childbirth Refresher Class + Welcome Little Baby Sibling Class

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201 Charlotte Street , Asheville, NC 28801
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Event Date: 04/21/2018   Event Time: 9:00 AM - 2:00 PM

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It is our traditional Spring Plant Sale that our shoppers know and love to come to each year rain or shine! This year, we have "Seeds the Day" featuring Heirloom Seeds and Plants. Purchase your starter plants and perennials, and get those saved up questions answered by the growers, stroll the gardens. Lunch available. Proceeds support our scholarship fund for local students majoring in environmental, horticultural and forestry fields. For more info contact 828-808-1381.

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1095 Hendersonville Road , Asheville, NC 28803
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Event Date: 04/21/2018   Event Time: 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM

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Join us for an Open House and used book sale. Check out books from recent donations on the subject of history and genealogy while you enjoy snacks and conversation with other history and genealogy buffs. For more details contact us at 828/253-1894 or www. obcgs.com

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128 Bingham Road Suite 950 , Asheville, NC 28806
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Event Date: 04/21/2018   Event Time: 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM

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Learn the foundation for creating beautiful paintings with pastels. You will learn about all the different brands and surfaces you can use and what is best for you. Explore color, value (light and dark) and basics of good composition. Learn how to simplify shapes, and experiment with different mark making techniques. Soon you will begin to feel comfortable with this luscious medium and what it can offer, and you can begin to build a little painting and bring it to life! It’s hard not to fall in love with pastels once you get to know them! All supplies will be provided. This includes pastels, ranging from hard to soft in basic colors, and a variety of papers to try. Imagery for paintings will also be provided. Using these selected images is a great way to avoid getting tangled up in unnecessary detail at first! This workshop is perfect for those who want an introduction to this vibrant art medium, and those who need to fill in the gaps, and get some basic review. Susan Sinyai is an award winning artist and teacher.

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191 Lyman Street, #310 , Asheville, NC 28801
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Event Date: 04/21/2018   Event Time: 10:30 AM

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Open studio groups are for attending to our spiritual, creative, and intuitive selves. Zero art experience is required. Just an attitude of wonder and curiosity at what will show up for you in your art.Open studio begins with a short meditation to set an intention or check in with how you're feeling, then about an hour of art-making of your choosing. I have pens, pencils, markers, oil and chalk pastels, acrylic and watercolor paint, and collage materials. After art-making, we'll clean up and then come together as a group to share anything about your experience.

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383 Merrimon Avenue , Asheville, NC 28801
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Event Date: 04/21/2018   Event Time: 11:00 AM - 11:30 AM

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Join us for a very special storytime reading of Here We Are: Notes for Living on Planet Earth Storytime. Filled with gentle humor and insight, Oliver Jeffers' New York Times bestselling Here We Are is a poignant celebration of life on Earth. Join us for Storytime, with activities to follow.

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3 South Tunnel Road , Asheville, NC 28805
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Event Date: 04/21/2018   Event Time: 11:00 AM

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Filled with gentle humor and insight, Oliver Jeffers' New York Times bestselling Here We Are is a poignant celebration of life on Earth. Join us for Storytime, with activities to follow.

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33 Town Square Boulevard , Asheville, NC 28803
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Event Date: 04/21/2018   Event Time: 11:00 AM

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Filled with gentle humor and insight, Oliver Jeffers' New York Times bestselling Here We Are is a poignant celebration of life on Earth. Join us for Storytime, with activities to follow.

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Barnes Road , Asheville, NC 28803
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Event Date: 04/21/2018   Event Time: 11:30 AM

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This is a Blockchain course for beginners. If you are a Blockchain enthusiast and trying to learn all about Blockchain via search engines, social media or any information you can lay your hands on including hearsay, friends, family, coworkers, you have reached your destination for the definitive source of knowledge about blockchain from the blockchain technology experts at Omni212. Features & Benefits 8 sessions, each session of 2 hours spread over 4 weeks 16 hours of LIVE Instruction spread over 4 weeks Training material with lab exercises provided Each session is recorded and recordings are provided to students over Microsoft Cloud Build a real-life blockchain application Take this survey to save $50 off the published ticket price Next class starting: April 21, 2018 Course dates: April 21 - May 13, 2018 Weekly Schedule Saturday and Sunday, every week 8:30 AM - 10:30 AM (US Pacific Standard Time) each day Please confirm your local time Video Conference Link Will be sent upon registration and payment Training Provider: Omni212 Omni212 IT Training https://www.omni212.com/services/training/ Course Overview This course starts as a level 100 course for beginners and builds up into a level 200 course. The course provides an overview of the Blockchain technology including its history, evolution and the future. Students learn about bitcoin, which is powered by blockchain technology, bitcoin mining, other cryptocurrencies such as Ethereum, Block, Hash, cryptography, how to develop a simple blockchain application. Why Blockchain? Blockchain is once in a lifetime revolutionary technology that was invented after the 2008 financial crisis. Bitcoin is powered by the Blockchain technology. There is a lot of hype around bitcoin. However, the technology behind bitcoin, Blockchain is here to stay and is the biggest technology revolution after the internet. Blockchain transactions are secure, immutable, hacker-proof, protect privacy. Why Blockchain Training? Just as computers and internet have taken over our lives, Blockchain is going to be a part of our everyday life in the coming years and decades. Blockchain Training will help you understand the underlying mechanisms of Bitcoin transaction systems, Ethereum & Hyperledger. Together with learning to setup your own public/private blockchain environment, you’ll also master the concepts like Cryptography & Cryptocurrency, Blockchain Networks, Bitcoin Mining & Security, Multichain, developing smart contract on Ethereum & Hyperledger Platform. Why Blockchain training from Omni212? Our Blockchain training is very hands on. Our training material and lab exercises have been prepared by Blockchain pioneers. Since blockchain technology is continuously changing, we are constantly updating our curriculum to reflect the latest advancements in the Blockchain technology. Our students are provided with class recordings, training manuals and lab exercises on Microsoft Cloud. Who can take this course Anyone aspiring to learn new technology can take this the course. Students and professionals interested in a career in the blockchain technology should opt for the course. Other professionals who should take this course are: Banking/Finance professionals Software developers Corporate Executives looking to connect corporate strategy to technology Government Executives looking to better understand Blockchain opportunities High school & college students Supply Chain Managers CEO's, Boards, and Senior VP's Entrepreneurs looking to launch a blockchain technology startup Consultants and Professional Service Providers Prerequisites Programming knowledge is desired but not required. It would be nice if you already have knowledge of Python, JavaScript, NodeJS and ReactJS. Those who have no programming knowledge will still get a lot of value from taking this course just as a beginner would learn a lot from watching someone cooking a meal or changing a flat tire.  What will you learn in this course In this course you will learn to: Define Blockchain Technology, in your own words Understand the implications of Blockchain technology for your life, job and how it could potentially impact your business and industry. Understand blockchain use cases and industry potential of Blockchain technology. Enable you to have intelligent conversations about Blockchain Technology with your customers, co-workers, business colleagues and friends You will learn to develop a strategy to prepare your business or your clients for the emerging Decentralized Economy Join a community of economists, business leaders, entrepreneurs, and technologists that are shaping this technology as we speak. Identify which aspects of Blockchain Technology seem most important and relevant to you Walk away with a strong foundation in where blockchain is going, what it does, and how to prepare for it  Course Objectives After completing this Training, you should be able to: Understand the importance of Blockchain technology Perceive, how bitcoin transactions are validated by miners Create and use bitcoin account effectively Have a deep insight into bitcoin and its network Understand Ethereum blockchain Comprehend the cryptography and cryptocurrency concepts Learn Solidity: Prominent language to develop smart contracts Deploy your private blockchain on web where you can visually see your chains Develop private Blockchain in MultiChain Discuss the compelling use-cases of the blockchain Interpret the prospects of blockchain Assess, how blockchain can improve your business standards Course Outline Blockchain, Cryptocurrency, Bitcoin and Ethereum Overview Blockchain Technology and Architecture Blockchain Data Structure, Distrubuted Ledger, Decentralization, Storage and Mininig, Security & Encryption Software Development with Blockchain and Ethereum Blockchain Use cases and applications Blockchain and Digital Wallet Blockchain and Smart Contracts Private and Public Blockchain Blockchain Disruptive Use Cases and applications Learn How to Build a Blockchain App Different types of blockchain  Hyperledger  Multichain  Openchain  Corda  IOTA Refund Policy 1. There are no refunds.2. If for any reason the course has not been taken, class is cancelled or rescheduled, the payment can be applied towards any future course by Omni212.

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Address , Asheville, NC
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Event Date: 04/21/2018   Event Time: 2:00 PM - 2:00 PM

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"This Girl Laughs, This Girl Cries, This Girl Does Nothing", is a moving and delightful modern-day fable that tells the story of three young girls who become women by choosing to encounter the world in their own distinct way. Abandoned by their father in the woods, the three sisters embark on a tale of magnificent magical realism to discover what life has to offer and what they can offer back. Armed with only their knowledge, curiosity and instinct, Albienne sets off in one direction to find purpose, Beatrice ventures the other direction to find adventure and Carmen remains with the intent to create a home. Written by award-winning children’s playwright Finegan Kruckemeyer, this whimsical story is brought to life through puppetry, immersive staging and an ensemble of storytellers. In a story that is irresistibly playful and charming, This Girl Laughs… offers a depth and complexity to the idea of the female heroine that ultimately results in an empowering, visceral experience. It is a fable fit for all ages, especially for the brave, curious ones who follow their heart to find home.

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One University Heights 100 Carol Belk Theatre, CPO #1700, Asheville, NC 28804
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Event Date: 04/21/2018   Event Time: 2:00 PM

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The Family Constellation Workshop is a beautiful way to bring the real issues in your family system to light. Systemic Constellation is an effective method for working with trans-generational issues and repeating patterns that show up in the family by increasing the flows of Love in your family system, easing the blockages to the flows of Love. A Family Constellation Workshop is a beautiful and gentle way to bring the real issues in your family system to light and to encourage them to transform. Systemic Family Constellations began in Germany in the early 1980s, and are the life work of Bert Hellinger, psychotherapist. Systemic Family Constellation is a popular, known therapy worldwide and is now gaining traction in the US. What is Family Constellation and how does it work? During a Systemic Family Constellation workshop, we gather as a sacred circle of individuals in service to our families and to each others' families. If you have an issue you want to look at in your family system, I will ask you some basic questions about your family system: Who was excluded? Did anyone die at a young age? Was anyone forgotten? When I have a sense of where the issue might be centered, I ask you to chose people from the group to represent your family members, issues, events, or even places which might have a bearing on the issue. I will ask you to place each representative in the working space in the manner in which it feels 'right' to you. When a representative is placed, they are connected to the Knowing Field of your family system. They begin to relate to one another in very specific visual and spatial ways. From these relationships, we can see what cannot normally be seen about the inner workings of the system, and we can see where blockages occur. By nudging the system and by encouraging representatives to use Healing Statements of simple truth about what is, we strengthen the system and increase the flows of love within it. Systemic Constellation is one of the only methods for examining and modifying trans-generational patterns within the family system. To have a successful constellation you don't need to bring any other members of your family with you! We can do deep work in constellations because you bring the complete Knowing Field of your family system with you. We work with the system itself when we do a constellation. You can bring any issue to the workshop to be constellated. In the past, clients have looked at issues such as these: Repeating Patterns Across The GenerationsAddictionEstrangementLoss of FortuneRepercussions of ImmigrationPhysical Pain which defies treatmentEating Disordersand many more Constellation work looks into the systemic aspects of the issue, that is, the parts of the issue which lie in the system itself, rather than in individuals. Jeffrey Rich, LMBT NC License #16954 is a certified facilitator of Systemic and Family Constellations. He is internationally published and has is a recent presenter at the North American Systemic Constellations Conference in Virginia Beach, VA. Register me & save my spot! - $75.00

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670 Weaverville RD #1 , Asheville, NC 28804
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Event Date: 04/21/2018   Event Time: 2:00 PM - 5:00 PM

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Sunshine, warm weather, beach trips, and cookouts can only mean one thing. Spring is here and that makes me happy! That means there are tons of new wines in stock. Crisp whites, refreshing dry roses, and grill-ready reds are abundant, and I can’t wait to share them with you. Whether you’re having an Asheville wedding, a spring party, or just need great house wines, Table Wine is the place to be this Saturday. Stop by, taste, learn, and save! Even better, we’ve got plenty of free parking. 1. 2016 Poderi dal Nespoli Pagadebit (Emilia-Romagna, Italy) – The Pagadebit is our Case of the Month, and it’s a lovely blend of 85% Bombino Bianco and 15% Sauvignon Blanc. A candidate for white wine value of the year, it tastes kind of like a good Pinot Grigio crossed with a zesty Sauvignon Blanc. You can’t beat the price! 2. 2017 Barnard Griffin Sangiovese Rosé (Mendocino County, California) – Yet again, Barnard Griffin’s rosé took home top honors at the San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition. Named top dry rosé produced in the US (that’s like the fifth time), it’s dry, it’s delicious, and it’s deserving of its praise. 3. 2015 Valravn Zinfandel Old Vines (Sonoma County, California) – Talk about a classically delicious, Dry Creek Zinfandel! Holy smokes, this stuff is good, and it’s the quintessential red to enjoy with anything off the grill. Rich with ripe raspberry and boysenberry fruit, peppery spice, and just enough acidity to keep it lively, it’s going to please many palates.

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1550 Hendersonville Road , Asheville, NC 28803
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Event Date: 04/21/2018   Event Time: 2:00 PM

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On Saturday, April 21, high school students from across Western North Carolina are invited to participate in Asheville School’s ‘Shakespeare and Friends Drama Day,’ which will feature workshops led by NC Stage and the Montford Park Players. The programming will take place from 2 p.m. to 8 p.m. on Asheville School’s campus. Participants will join in group activities, two workshops, dinner, and wrap up the day with a series of short performances featuring pieces by Shakespeare and other classic playwrights.   Asheville School’s Shakespeare and Friends Drama Day is open to any interested high school student. Numbers are limited and registration costs $10. For more information, email Asheville School Director of Fine Arts Kathy Leiner

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360 Asheville School Road , Asheville, NC 28806
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Event Date: 04/21/2018   Event Time: 2:00 PM

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We’ll be wrapping Asheville’s trees in love with hand-knitted “tree huggies” to build awareness of the importance of Asheville’s trees. Family-friendly event.

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80 Court Plaza , Asheville, NC 28801
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Event Date: 04/21/2018   Event Time: 5:00 PM - 7:00 PM

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ZRACC and ASCI present the "Art of Citizen Diplomacy" and welcome the Osogbo, Nigeria Sister City Delegation and guest of honor the Deputy Governor of Osun State, where Osogbo is located, Otunba Titilayo Laoye-Tomori.; This night promises to be an entertaining friendraiser featuring the Celestial Grooves of Song of Life Ensemble. Song of Life is Bilal Sunni-Ali, sax and flute; Vince Hakim, bass; Rashah Amen, percussion and flute. Food by Soce. Advance tickets required: $25.pp, available online at www.ashevillesistercities.org

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207 Coxe Avenue , Asheville, NC 28801
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Event Date: 04/21/2018   Event Time: 5:00 PM

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Celebrate Art & Diplomacy and Welcome the Asheville-Osogbo, Nigeria Sister City Delegation at THE ART OF CITIZEN DIPLOMACY Featuring African cuisine by Soce Cosmic funk dance music by Song of Life Ensemble An exciting raffle and much more! GUEST OF HONOROtunba Grace Titilayo Laoye-Tomori, Deputy Governor, Osun State, Nigeria PRESENTED BYAsheville Sister Cities, Inc.Zamani Refuge African Culture CenterChevron Trading Post & Bead Co.LEAF Community Arts 

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Coxe Avenue , Asheville, NC 28801
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Event Date: 04/21/2018   Event Time: 5:30 PM - 8:00 PM

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Welcome the Osogbo Nigeria Delegation and guest of honor the Deputy Governor of Osun State, where Osogbo is located, Otunba Titilayo Laoye-Tomori. Featuring Orisha songs with the Sahara Peace Choir. Speakers from all denominations are invited to offer prayer and solutions to inner and outer Peace. Food by Southside Kitchen. Donations welcomed. TO RSVP AND FOR More info: 828-808-7816

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133 Livingston Street , Asheville, NC 28801
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Event Date: 04/21/2018   Event Time: 6:30 PM

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Get your early evening groove with Gypsy Jazz! Prohibition Era Attire is welcome!!! 7-9 $5 Cover includes private club membership Password is ***Madhatter***

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1 Battle Square , Asheville, NC 28801
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Event Date: 04/21/2018   Event Time: 7:00 PM

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87 Haywood Road , Asheville, NC
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Event Date: 04/21/2018   Event Time: 7:00 PM

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$10 / $12 5PM Door :: 7:00PM Show General Admission Seated Lounge Show :: Limited Tables Available with Dinner Reservation otherwise seating is first come first serve. Only 50 tickets will be sold to this concert. (Call 828-575-2737 for dinner reservations)

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743 Haywood Road , Asheville, NC 28806
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Event Date: 04/21/2018   Event Time: 7:00 PM

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743 Haywood Road , Asheville, NC 28806
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Event Date: 04/21/2018   Event Time: 7:00 PM

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87 Haywood Street , Asheville, NC 28801
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Event Date: 04/21/2018   Event Time: 7:30 PM

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1 University Heights , Asheville, NC 28806
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Event Date: 04/21/2018   Event Time: 7:30 PM - 9:30 PM

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"This Girl Laughs, This Girl Cries, This Girl Does Nothing", is a moving and delightful modern-day fable that tells the story of three young girls who become women by choosing to encounter the world in their own distinct way. Abandoned by their father in the woods, the three sisters embark on a tale of magnificent magical realism to discover what life has to offer and what they can offer back. Written by award-winning children's playwright Finegan Kruckemeyer, this whimsical story is brought to life with the help of storytellers. In a story that is irresistibly playful and charming, "This Girl Laughs..." offers empowering, visceral experience. It is a fable fit for all ages, especially for the brave, curious ones who follow their heart to find home. Tickets are on sale now and available at: https://www.etix.com/ticket/v/9477

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1 University Heights , Asheville, NC 28806
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Event Date: 04/21/2018   Event Time: 7:30 PM - 9:30 PM

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Asheville's own Land of the Sky Chorus presents "A Cappella Fest" 2018, featuring its own chorus, Sh'Boom VLQ (Very Large Quartet), Pastyme, UNCA's Bluebirds plus quartets young and old.​Each year the Land of the Sky Chorus delivers its annual show, featuring many a cappella acts from Asheville and beyond, promissing again this year a great night of entertainment at the Diana Wortham Theatre! For more information/details please call (828) 782-7720

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2 South Pack Square , Asheville, NC 28801
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Event Date: 04/21/2018   Event Time: 8:00 PM

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Patrick Boland and Grant Cuthbertson will join Peggy in the Great Hall performing a variety of Jazz Standards, Swing and Blues!

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1 Resort Drive , Asheville, NC 28806
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Event Date: 04/21/2018   Event Time: 8:00 PM

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Come as you are!

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122 Riverside Drive , Asheville, NC 28801
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Event Date: 04/21/2018   Event Time: 8:00 PM

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87 Haywood Street , Asheville, NC 28801
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Event Date: 04/21/2018   Event Time: 8:00 PM

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WHERE: Ambrose West, 312 Haywood Rd., 28806WHEN: Saturday April 21, 2018DOORS: 7pm | SHOW: 8pmGENRE: folk-popAGES: all agesTICKETS: $10SEATING: seated general admission WEB LISTINGCarly Taich:WEBSITEHEAR SOME MUSICSEE A VIDEOJack Victor Music:Jack Victor is a founding member of the band Midnight Snack, and a contributor to many other music groups around Asheville, NC. Currently, he is bringing his brand of existential pop music to a new project which consists of songs he has written on the guitar. The new songs explore simple arrangements and raw emotional themes. The new live show includes many featured guests and a band that changes its size and shape as the show goes on.

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312 Haywood Road , Asheville, NC
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Event Date: 04/21/2018   Event Time: 8:30 PM

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Join us for a special evening with the real-deal, as-good-as-it gets Cajun music and dance band. A rare chance to have them together in Asheville. This will be an intimate setting, you'll be so close you'll think you're in the band! Very limited amount of tickets, don't miss it. "Musically, they sure ain't no stuffy preservationists; whether a bitter lament or an earthy hard-driving breakdown, with Marc's squeezebox, Ann's guitar, and their highly capable sons Joel and Wilson on fiddle and keyboards, the Savoys cover the Cajun spectrum with a dazzling mixture of spiritual joy and virtuoso voltage." -Jonny Whitesides-Los Angeles Times Advance tickets:: $15.00, VIP Tickets $20.00 (first rows of seats) Tickets at Weinhaus/Cork & Keg - (828) 254-6453

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86 Patton Ave. , Asheville, NC 28801
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Event Date: 04/21/2018   Event Time: 9:00 PM

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Mike covers all of your 90's favorites!

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65 Long Shoals Road , Asheville, NC 28806
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Event Date: 04/21/2018   Event Time: 9:00 PM

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Gino Fanelli will be bringing NOLA to you as he performs his take on the early days of N'awlins music. Show starts at 9pm.

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10 Patton Avenue , Asheville, NC 28801
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Event Date: 04/21/2018   Event Time: 9:00 PM

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Struggle Jennings and Jelly Roll

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468 Riverside Drive , Asheville, NC 28801
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Event Date: 04/21/2018   Event Time: 9:00 PM - 11:30 PM

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DAVE ROSS Dave Ross is a comedian based in Los Angeles, CA. He plays Trademarq in Comedy Central's Corporate. He tours all the time. Vans Warped Tour, Fest, SXSW, The Hollywood Improv, SF Sketchfest, The Bridgetown Comedy Festival and your basement are just a few of the places he's done stand-up. He's a Moth Grand Slam winner. He's been on This is Not Happening, Drunk History, WTF with Marc Maron and so much more. On stage, Dave has a blast. He yells as much as he whispers, and laughs a lot, especially at his own stupidity. He hates perfection, loves mistakes, and wants you to be his family for the night. He likes cum jokes. CHRIS CHARPENTIER Chris Charpentier is a stand up comic born and raised in Denver, Colorado now living in Los Angeles. He made his network television debut on Jimmy Kimmel Live! and has a recurring role in TruTv's Those Who Can't. He also appeared on Viceland's Flophouse and FuseTV's Uproarious. Chris has preformed at the prestigious Just For Laughs Festival in Montreal and was named "One to Watch" at the LA Riot Comedy Festival. He has also been on the Bridgetown, OddBall and Aspen Comedy Festivals as well as running the hit show Too Much Fun! and the High Plains Comedy Festival every year with his cohorts The Fine Gentleman's Club. On top of that Chris is very nice and I should know, he held the door open for me as I wrote this. Hosted by Petey Smith McDowell Tickets $7 advance, $10 door

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41 N. Lexington Avenue , Asheville, NC 28801
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Event Date: 04/21/2018 - 04/22/2018   Event Time: 9:00 PM - 2:00 AM

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Come enjoy some of your favorite local characters spinning and sharing their collection of favorite tunes. If you have a large music selection and would like to jump on a saturday let us know.

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1 Craven St , Asheville, NC 28806
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Event Date: 04/21/2018   Event Time: 9:00 PM

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playing a mix of originals and covers with Zack Page on bass and Will Yountz on drums

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268 Biltmore Avenue , Asheville, NC 28801
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Event Date: 04/21/2018   Event Time: 10:00 PM

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Josh Phillips Big Band Josh Phillips Big Band
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56 Patton Ave , Asheville, NC 28801
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Event Date: 04/21/2018   Event Time: 10:00 PM

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Genre: Electronic/FuturebassCover: $5 Suggested Cash Donation @ the Door Show: 10PMAges: 21+COFRESICOFRESI pushes the boundaries of modern performance and production with a hybrid style and a refreshingly versatile live dj/digital-acoustic drumsetup. In the studio, he creates a unique sound that is provocative, melodic & rythmic at it's core. Live, his sets are full of energy as he showcases a unique ability to incorporate multidimensional digital and acoustic percussion into modern electronic music.web: http://www.cofresimusic.com/vid: https://youtu.be/Xf3rHPgNnts

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55 College Street , Asheville, NC 28801
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Event Date: 04/21/2018 - 04/22/2018   Event Time: 10:00 PM - 1:00 AM

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Join us every Friday and Saturday night at 10:00 for some unforgettable FREE live Jazz, decadent cocktails and sumptuous late-night food. The Brad Jepson Trio: Brad Jepson (Trombone), Mike Holstein (Bass), Justin Watt (Drums).

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715 Haywood Road , Asheville, NC 28806
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Event Date: 04/21/2018   Event Time: 11:00 PM

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Genre: BassTickets: $5Doors/Show: 11PMAges: 21+SoDown Ehren River Wright, aka SoDown, is a staple in the Colorado music scene. His first headline show was a huge success, selling out before doors. Thanks to a passionate fanbase, Ehren has quickly taken his music to a national stage, playing many festivals across the US. A SoDown set is not one to miss. Featuring live saxophone, Ehren takes the crowd on an intimate sensory adventure through space and time. His latest tracks include a wide array of musical talents, including his keen ear for sound design and production as well as his never ending dedication to organic instrumentation. Combining infinite influences, Ehren describes his music as an endlessly evolving medley of many different genres, culminating in a uniquely diverse style of bass music. 2016 has much promise, as SoDown continues to prove himself as one of the most dedicated and innovative acts in the game. web: https://sodown.com/home/vid: https://youtu.be/5nLzekhDKxg

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31 Patton Avenue , Asheville, NC 28801
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Event Date: 04/22/2018   Event Time: All Day

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Spring Craft MarketJoin us for our Spring Craft Market! We'll have local vendors set up selling handmade goods, arts, and crafts. Be sure to grab a bite from our in-house Taqueria and a drink from the bar as you peruse Asheville's finest makers.

Interested in becoming a vendor? Email [email protected]

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185 Clingman Avenue , Asheville, NC
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Event Date: 04/22/2018   Event Time: 9:00 AM

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Black Tea Class and Tasting To celebrate the arrival of fresh spring 2018 Darjeeling First Flush, we will explore the world of Black Tea in this tasting and slideshow presentation.  We will compare different rich and malty Chinese Black Teas, bold Indian Assamicas, high mountain Assamicas, African Black Teas and compare our fresh new offerings from the prestigious Darjeeling region. We will discuss the history of Black Tea and the influence of the west on the development and evolution of this style of tea. Start your Earth Day with this stimulating workshop!

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78 North Lexington Avenue , Asheville, NC 28801
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Event Date: 04/22/2018   Event Time: 10:00 AM

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Run for the Paws is the only 5K in Western North Carolina where dogs aren’t just allowed, they’re invited! Join hundreds of animal lovers and their four-legged friends as we run and walk to raise money for pets in need. We’re excited to be at Carrier Park in Asheville for the 7th Annual Run for the Paws event! Participants can choose to compete in the chip-timed 5K or stroll in the one mile walk. Afterwards, relax with us and enjoy the afternoon on the Carrier Park lawn with food vendors, music and fun activities. All proceeds raised from the Run for the Paws event goes directly to the life-saving programs run by Brother Wolf Animal Rescue.

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220 Amboy Road , Asheville, NC 28806
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Event Date: 04/22/2018   Event Time: 10:30 AM

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Bluegrass Brunchhosted by Aaron Woody WoodPickin' on the Porch w/ Chicken Coop Willaye 1030AMBald Mountain Boys 11AM - 12:30PMSufi Brothers 12:45PM - 3PMBe sure to check out our Bloody Mary Bar, the BEST selection of pickled products and other additions in Asheville. The MOJO Kitchen will be serving a special Brunch menu until 3PM as well. Everything starts at 10:30AM!Check out a video of Woody here:http://youtu.be/cghG4SnZ_KA

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55 College Street , Asheville, NC 28801
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Event Date: 04/22/2018   Event Time: 11:00 AM

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An event about claiming space, owning your voice, and taking a seat at the table.  This installement of the Girl Speak event series will feature NC State Senator Terry Van Duyn and include discussion, workshops, and, perhaps, pastries.  

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39 South Market Street , Asheville, NC 28801
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Event Date: 04/22/2018   Event Time: 11:00 AM

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Join us for our Spring Craft Market! We'll have local vendors set up selling handmade goods, arts, and crafts. Be sure to grab a bite from our in-house Taqueria and a drink from the bar as you peruse Asheville's finest makers.Interested in becoming a vendor? Email [email protected]

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185 Clingman Avenue , Asheville, NC
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Event Date: 04/22/2018   Event Time: 12:30 PM - 5:30 PM

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A Dare to Care afternoon at OM Sanctuary features two opportunities to hear from well-known climate scientists about what is going on with the climate, why we should care, and what we can do about it. World Renowned Climate Scientist Michael Mann will share his views on how the current administration is affecting our future, and why he is optimistic that we will prevail in the greatest challenge in human history; and Professor Harvard Ayers and Dave Harman will share excerpts of their novel "Train Wreck Earth" in which the words of Bill McKibben, Mark Jacobson, and other wisdom keepers are featured. OM will be offering chair massage, Gi Gong and a "Forest Bathing" on their beautiful property.

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87 Richmond Hill Drive , Asheville, NC 28806
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Event Date: 04/22/2018   Event Time: 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM

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First Church of Christ, Scientist, Asheville is sponsoring a free talk presented by Nate Frederick, C.S. His talk will explore faith that isn't blind, how to understand God as Love and how to express Love unselfishly. For information call 828-252-3391 or visit www.christianscienceasheville.com

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45 South French Broad Avenue , Asheville, NC 28801
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Event Date: 04/22/2018   Event Time: 2:00 PM - 4:30 PM

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It seems like everyone is making her own jewelry nowadays. And why not? It's beautiful, fun, and a lot cheaper than buying something pre-made. Even if you've never strung a strand of beads, you'll be surprised at how easy it is to make a necklace using just a simple wrapped loop. Pick your beads and join the fun!

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9 Old Burnsville Hill Rd, Ste 5 , Asheville, NC 28804
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Event Date: 04/22/2018   Event Time: 2:00 PM

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1 University Heights , Asheville, NC 28806
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Event Date: 04/22/2018   Event Time: 2:00 PM

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Join the FERMENTI founder for an instructional journey through the basic understanding ofhandcrafting your own fermented, lactic-bacteria, probiotic-rich foods. In this class you'll learn why youneed them in your diet and how this form of preservation cuts food waste, food budgets and increasesnutritional value. The class will cover basic tools, techniques, and general recipes for fermenting fruitsand vegetables at home. Everyone will get to taste several Fermenti samples and go home with a quartof ferment, a brine chart, recipes, and Meg’s email address to ask any and all follow-up questions. $40 per person. Includes 1 quart of ferment and email support after the class. About the instructor: Meg Chamberlain holds a Bachelor's degree in Fine Art from the Corcoran College Of Art and Design among other accreditations. In 2007, Meg and husband Lars began primitive homesteading inMissouri without the use of power and running water. From these conditions, a unified understanding ofhow traditional food preservation could be modernized without losing its heritage was identified andfood waste practices were explored. At FERMENTI, we help connect you to that amazing past byteaching traditional Lactic Bacteria fermentation of vegetable ingredients and how they can help uspreserve our future! Please join us and help bring this tradition back to life! Website

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4 South Tunnel Road , Asheville, NC 28805
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Event Date: 04/22/2018   Event Time: 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM

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"This Girl Laughs, This Girl Cries, This Girl Does Nothing", is a moving and delightful modern-day fable that tells the story of three young girls who become women by choosing to encounter the world in their own distinct way. Abandoned by their father in the woods, the three sisters embark on a tale of magnificent magical realism to discover what life has to offer and what they can offer back. Written by award-winning children's playwright Finegan Kruckemeyer, this whimsical story is brought to life with the help of storytellers. In a story that is irresistibly playful and charming, "This Girl Laughs..." offers empowering, visceral experience. It is a fable fit for all ages, especially for the brave, curious ones who follow their heart to find home. Tickets are on sale now and available at: https://www.etix.com/ticket/v/9477

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1 University Heights , Asheville, NC 28806
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