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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: 03/25/2018 - 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]

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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: 04/23/2018 - 04/24/2018   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: 04/23/2018 - 04/24/2018   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: 04/23/2018 - 04/24/2018   Event Time: 9:00 PM - 2:00 AM

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old school hip hop

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1 Craven St , Asheville, NC 28806
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Event Date: 04/24/2018   Event Time: 8:00 AM

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Could you be the voice for an abused/neglected child in the court system? Volunteers needed in Buncombe County North Carolina Guardian ad Litem Program 828-259-3443 or www.volunteerforgal.org for more info No experienced needed – all training and support provided Since January 1, 2017, 360 children have entered the Guardian ad Litem (GAL) program – this means that 343 kids are alleged to have been abused/neglected and are in the court system. Of no fault of their own, these kids are typically removed from their home and placed and in foster care or a kinship placement. Why were they removed from the home? Maybe their parents abused substances, had untreated mental health, or engaged in domestic violence – maybe it was a combination of these factors. Either way, it’s the kids who pay the ultimate penalty as their lives are uprooted, they often change school districts and are taken away from everything they know. There are so many parties in a DSS abuse/neglect case: the judge, parents/caretakers, parent’s attorneys, DSS attorneys, GAL attorneys, investigative/in-home/foster care social workers…it’s easy to see how the kids get lost in the system. That’s where the role of the Guardian ad Litem comes in: to advocate and ensure the voice of the child is heard in court, that their wishes for permanency and best interest are made known to all parties. With so many kids in the GAL program, our office is overwhelmed with cases, and we have a critical need for volunteers to represent children’s best interests in court. There is no experience necessary and we provide all training and support. Being a GAL is a challenging and demanding role, but also incredibly rewarding as you literally ensure the child’s voice is heard in court throughout the life of the case. Our next training begins mid-January – visit www.volunteerforgal.org to complete a volunteer application, or call the office at 828-259-3443 for more information. Could you be the voice for a child?

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30 Buchanan Place , Asheville, NC 28801
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Event Date: 04/24/2018   Event Time: 8:30 AM

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Key Features 32 Hours of Classroom Training 90 Days e-Learning Access Included PMBOK® Guide 6th Edition from PMI PMP® Mock Exams and Mock Projects Group Activities for better reinforcement Real world examples from various industries Industry based case studies Trainers’ Notes, Sample Question Paper & Case Studies 35 Contact hours certificate PMP exam application assistance 24/7 customer support About the Course Project Management Professional (PMP®) certification is the top professional certifications for project managers offered by the Project Management Institute, USA. PMI’s latest salary survey confirms what businesses, job boards and the media have been proclaiming for the past two years: Project management is one of the hottest professions out there. Your PMI credential — specifically, the Project Management Professional (PMP)® credential — also positively impacts your salary, according to the survey responses of more than 30,000 practitioners in 29 countries. The positive impact is not exclusive to the U.S. PMP credential holders in all countries surveyed noted higher median salaries than non-credential holders — some upwards of 50 percent more. Who needs to attend? Associate project managers, project managers, IT project managers, project coordinators, project analysts, project leaders, senior project managers, team leaders, product managers, program managers, project sponsors, and project team members seeking the PMP or CAPM certification. What is this course about? PMP training from Trainerkart is a unique, power packed, career-ready package and one of a kind in the industry. Project Management Professional (PMP®) certification is the topmost professional certification for project managers offered by the Project Management Institute. What learning benefits do you get from Trainerkart’s training? Establish a common vocabulary and understanding of basic Project Management terms and concepts such as PMBOK®, project, Project management, operations, programs, stakeholders, earned value, scheduling techniques, and project managers’ responsibilities and competencies. Describe the purpose, inputs, and outputs of the processes in each of the five Process Groups: Initiating, Planning, Executing, Monitoring & Controlling, and Closing Define the 10 Project Management Knowledge areas & the processes in each. Define & explain the relationship of process groups, Knowledge areas, project phases, project &product life cycle Demonstrate a clear understanding of what activities, tools, & techniques, are necessary in each phase of a project & understand the PMP® examination nuances Understand, acknowledge & appreciate importance of risk management. Learn tools and techniques for managing the risks in projects Overview of Critical Chain Project Management (CCPM) & discussion on concept of Buffer Management. Help the participants to understand one, understand others, and manage the interface more efficiently & effectively. Understanding the impact of organizational structures on projects Discussion on project manager’s professional responsibilities. With the help of case studies, motivating the participants to use the principles of Project Management in their own Work area discussed with the help of case studies. Why Trainerkart Learning Solution? Trainerkart Learning Solutions training is the best and value for time & money invested. We stand out because our customers Get trained at the best price compared to other training providers.Get trained by the best trainer in the industry.Get access to course specific learning videos.Get 100% Money back guarantee.

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28 Schenck Parkway , Asheville, NC 28803
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Event Date: 04/24/2018   Event Time: 9:30 AM

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Instructor will be using iMovie version 10.1.4 or later. Learn the time saving tips to help bring your home movies to life. The class includes topics such as: Importing Video Footage Add "Moving" Photos Overlay Music Tracks and Sound Effects. Edit Volume of Sound Tracks Adding Transitions, Titles and Special Effects. Exporting your movie Additionally, the instructor will be using Mac OS X 10.12 Sierra.

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157 Charlotte Street , Asheville, NC 28801
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Event Date: 04/24/2018   Event Time: 10:00 AM

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Turn the Dallas Asheville into a giant game board with this fun scavenger hunt adventure. Combine the excitement of the Amazing Race with a two and a half-hour city tour. Guided from any smart phone, teams make their way among well-known and overlooked gems of the city, solving clues and completing challenges while learning local history. Start when you want and play at your pace.  Price is per team, not per person. Find details and Redeem your ticket as a Prepaid Code online at www.UrbanAdventureQuest.com.

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U.S. 74 Alternate , Asheville, NC 28801
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Event Date: 04/24/2018   Event Time: 10:00 AM

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Turn the Dallas Asheville into a giant game board with this fun scavenger hunt adventure. Combine the excitement of the Amazing Race with a two and a half-hour city tour. Guided from any smart phone, teams make their way among well-known and overlooked gems of the city, solving clues and completing challenges while learning local history. Start when you want and play at your pace.  Price is per team, not per person. Find details and Redeem your ticket as a Prepaid Code online at www.UrbanAdventureQuest.com.

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U.S. 74 Alternate , Asheville, NC 28801
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Event Date: 04/24/2018   Event Time: 10:30 AM

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Sponsored by: Growing The Registry-East
Minimum age: 16
As an event assistant you will have the opportunity to greet attendees, hand out information on how to join the Be The Match registry, show potential registry members how to perform a cheek swab, or other tasks as needed! Please dress comfortably, as marrow drives may take place outdoors dependent u . . .

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, Asheville, NC 28804
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Event Date: 04/24/2018   Event Time: 11:00 AM - 6:00 PM

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Asheville Gallery of Art’s April show features the work of Johnnie Stanfield whose landscapes and still lifes capture both the vibrancy and heritage of living in the North Carolina mountains. The show runs April 1-30 during gallery hours, 11 a.m.-6 p.m. Monday through Saturday and 1-4 p.m. Sunday. The gallery, located at 82 Patton Avenue in Asheville, across from Pritchard Park, will host a reception for the artist on Friday, April 6, from 5-8 p.m. Everyone is cordially invited to stop by. Stanfield says her show will showcase work that depicts a collection of items that bring back memories of an event, an occasion, or a period in our lives. “Anything vintage interests me, including typewriters, musical instruments, radios, a collec-tion of old cars, and antique fishing lures. I love the detail and the personality of these items and the way they have aged gracefully over the years,” she said. The exhibit will include several pencil renderings of her favorite items including old Western and English riding boots and an old Western saddle. Her large painting, “The Memory Makers,” depicts vehicles from the 1940s and ’50s. Johnnie returned to the art scene after a serious injury to her right hand. "The first year was extremely tough. I was unable to move any of my fingers and I had no feeling in my hand. It took me almost five years to get back to my past potential with about 93 per cent usage of my right hand,” she said. The artist has won vari-ous awards for her paintings and drawings over the years, including recently taking second place in the Swannanoa Valley Fine Arts League’s 2016 juried show for her equestrian watercolor portrait, “Troubadour.” Her work can be seen at The Asheville Gallery of Art. Stanfield’s work, as well as the paintings of the other 30 gallery members will be on display and for sale through the month of April. For further information about this show, you can contact Asheville Gallery of Art at (828) 251-5796, visit the gallery website at www.ashevillegallery-of-art.com, or go to the gallery Facebook page.

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82 Patton Ave. , Asheville, NC 28801
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Event Date: 04/24/2018   Event Time: 2:00 PM

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If you have FOMO, you SRSLY will want to attend this class.  ATC, millennials are the most influential consumers in history…OMG.  You won’t be BTD and IMO it won’t be TMI.  There will be light NOMS and NE1 attending will receive a beer ticket.  CYA there – B4N.   TRANSLATION: If you have Fear of Missing Out, you Seriously will want to attend this class.  All Things Considered, millennials are the most influential consumers in history…Oh My God.  You won’t be Bored To Death and In My Opinion it won’t be Too Much Information.  There will be light Food and Anyone attending will receive a beer ticket.  See you there – Bye For Now.

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5 Foundy Street , Asheville, NC 28801
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Event Date: 04/24/2018 - 04/25/2018   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: 04/24/2018   Event Time: 5:00 PM - 8:00 PM

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Weekly public event nights at Better Than Unicorns VR Arena & Immersive Studio. $15 flat rate ($10 for students) Tuesday: 5pm-8pm Thursday: 6pm-9pm Saturday: 7pm-10pm

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821 Riverside Drive , REVOLVE || Suite 179 , Asheville, NC
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Event Date: 04/24/2018 - 04/25/2018   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: 04/24/2018   Event Time: 6:30 PM - 6:30 PM

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The Collider hosts a monthly climate and environmental film series, open to the public. This month, The Collider, in partnership with the UNC Institute for the Environment, and as part of the NC Science Festival, will screen "Climate Stories", a documentary which seeks to capture the voices of North Carolinians whose lives have been affected by changes in the climate. The voices featured here include those of farmers, beekeepers, fishermen, hunters, apple growers and others. These are their stories.

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1 Haywood Street, Suite 401 , Asheville, NC 28801
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Event Date: 04/24/2018   Event Time: 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM

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The Collider hosts a monthly climate and environmental film series, open to the public. This month, The Collider, in partnership with the UNC Institute for the Environment, and as part of the NC Science Festival, will screen "Climate Stories", a documentary which seeks to capture the voices of North Carolinians whose lives have been affected by changes in the climate. The voices featured here include those of farmers, beekeepers, fishermen, hunters, apple growers and others. These are their stories.

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1 Haywood Street, Suite 401 , Asheville, NC 28801
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Event Date: 04/24/2018   Event Time: 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM

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The Peace Education Program is a curriculum of 10 multimedia facilitated workshops based on themes designed to explore one’s inner resources. The content of each themed workshop is based on excerpts from the international talks about personal peace by TPRF’s founder, Prem Rawat. THE 10 THEMES: Peace, Appreciation, Inner Strength, Self-Awareness, Clarity, Understanding, Dignity, Choice, Hope, and Contentment. OBJECTIVES: For participants to: 1. Understand the possibility of personal peace 2. Become aware of their inner resources such as: clarity, hope, and choice 3. Recognize their innate value You are welcome to begin the course on Tues. March 20 at 7:00 pm

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37 East Larchmont Drive , Asheville, NC 28804
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Event Date: 04/24/2018   Event Time: 7:05 PM

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30 Buchanan Place , Asheville, NC 28801
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Event Date: 04/24/2018   Event Time: 7:05 PM

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30 Buchanan Place , Asheville, NC 28801
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Event Date: 04/24/2018 - 04/25/2018   Event Time: 7:30 PM

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Every Tuesday evening Isis Music Hall presents our Tuesday Bluegrass Sessions. The sessions are hosted each week by a local bluegrass musician with friends or a band. Following the host band, Bluegrass musicians from the Asheville area gather on stage to jam in an open session. Occasionally, we feature a touring band that will perform prior to the open session and help co-host the jam. It’s always a great evening of music and community. Limited Tables Available with a Dinner Reservation :: All Other Seating is First Come First Serve General Admission :: Please Call Venue for Dinner (Table) Reservations

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743 Haywood Road , Asheville, NC 28806
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Event Date: 04/24/2018   Event Time: 8:00 PM

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Russ Wilson sings with The John Henrys Jazz Band every Tuesday night at 8:00pm

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5 West Walnut Street , Asheville, NC 28801
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Event Date: 04/24/2018   Event Time: 8:00 PM

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185 Clingman Avenue , Asheville, NC
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Event Date: 04/24/2018   Event Time: 8:00 PM

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101 Biltmore Ave , Asheville, NC 28801
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Event Date: 04/24/2018   Event Time: 8:00 PM

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LinksTwo important events occurred during the making of White Is Relic/Irrealis Mood . I became "Simulated Reality" paranoid and I fell in LOVE.

Well a lot more happened during the process of writing and recording, but those are the two big ones. I also reached a healthy point of self-forgiveness for my failed marriage and became deeply educated in the lies of America the Great.

I feel like a switch was recently turned on in my brain and now I'm beginning to see through the lies that have been fed to me my whole life by the masters of media and by those who control and manipulate the narrative of our cultural identity and social order.

My paranoia began during the presidential election cycle and reached a dangerous peak shortly after the inauguration. In the meantime I watched and read countless works of art in a mad effort to be reminded of how many truly brilliant people there are living/struggling among us and to try to maintain a positive outlook. The works of Angela Davis, Noam Chomsky, Chris Kraus, Ta-Nehisi Coates, and the Autobiographies of Malcolm X and Mark E Smith were all great inspirations, to name a few.

Musically, I was very inspired by the extended dance mixes that people used to make for pop singles back in the ‘80s. It's so cool how a lot of the 80's hits had these really intricate and interesting longer versions that wouldn't get played on the radio and could only be heard in the clubs. I used that template with these tracks, I wanted them all to feel like the extended "club edit" of album tracks.

I also decided to abandon the "live band in a room" approach that I had been using on the recent albums and work more on my own or remotely with collaborators. I used the same drum sample packs throughout because I wanted the album to have a rhythmic continuity to it. I wanted the drums to have a strong and consistent identity, similar to how Prince's Linn Electronics LM-1 drum machine played such an important role on his classic albums. Zac Colwell also played a huge role on this album, adding saxophones and synths to most of the songs. I also got a lot of help from long time collaborators, and "of Montreal" touring members, Clayton Rychlik and JoJo Glidewell.

The two title concept came to me when I was thinking about how difficult it is to frame the message of a song with just one title, because so often the songs are about so many different subjects. ‘White Is Relic’ was inspired by James Baldwin’s writings regarding the creation and propagation of a toxic American White identity. I've come to learn how it's just a tool wielded by the 1% to give poor white people a false sense of superiority in an effort to keep the masses placated and numb to how deeply we're all getting fucked by our capitalist rulers. An ‘Irrealis Mood’ is a linguistic indicator that something isn't yet reality but does have the potential to become so.

I'm always searching for new identities so this concept of the death of "Whiteness" appeals to me greatly. Might be the only way to save the world.

-Kevin Barnes, January 2018
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185 Clingman Avenue , Asheville, NC
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Event Date: 04/24/2018   Event Time: 9:00 PM

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701 Haywood Road , Asheville, NC 28806
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Event Date: 04/24/2018   Event Time: 11:00 PM

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Genre: FunkShow/Doors: 11PMCover: Ca$h Donation$Ages: 21+ Every Tuesday at Asheville Music Hall. This weekly jam is an amazing opportunity for musicians to network while refining their musical chops, and for the people who support our scene to shake their hips to the best funk around!

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31 Patton Avenue , Asheville, NC 28801
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Event Date: 04/25/2018   Event Time: 8:00 AM - 3:00 PM

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Join the Alzheimer’s Association – Western Carolina Chapter for its Dementia Education Symposium “On the Journey” to learn more about research, caregiving practices, and tools to assist in the journey with Alzheimer’s. Geared for healthcare professionals, caregivers, people living with Alzheimer’s or other related dementia, and members of the general public, all are welcome! For more information or to RSVP, visit http://bit.ly/2018DementiaSymposium or call 1-800-272-3900.

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115 Hendersonville Road , Asheville, NC 28803
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Event Date: 04/25/2018   Event Time: 8:00 AM - 3:30 PM

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This day long education event is for family and professional caregivers, or anyone just wanting additional information about dementia! It will feature informative break-out sessions, resource tables from community providers, and includes a continental breakfast and full lunch. CEU's are available for professionals. Tickets are $20 for the general public, $40 for those seeking CEU's You can get more information at www.alz.org/northcarolina or by calling 828-254-7363

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115 Hendersonville Road , Asheville, NC 28803
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Event Date: 04/25/2018   Event Time: 8:00 AM - 3:30 PM

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Join the Alzheimer’s Association – Western Carolina Chapter for its Dementia Education Symposium “On the Journey” to learn more about research, caregiving practices, and tools to assist in the journey with Alzheimer’s. Geared for healthcare professionals, caregivers, people living with Alzheimer’s or other related dementia, and members of the general public, all are welcome!

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115 Hendersonville Road , Asheville, NC 28803
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Event Date: 04/25/2018   Event Time: 9:00 AM

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Developing our palates is an essential practice for evaluating coffees. Cupping Fundamentals introduces the the coffee professional to cupping, a standardized way of assessing coffee. The lab provides an overview of the uses and history of cupping, as well as common terminology and protocol guidelines. Cupping Fundamentals also includes a primer on the human ability to process complex information through sensory perception.  This course is an exclusive course for Counter Culture Coffee Wholesale customers. *Brewing Science is a prerequisite for this lab. Contact your local rep for more information. FAQs What can/can't I bring to the event? Please bring a water bottle and notebook. Where can I contact the organizer with any questions? Find your regional support team's contact info here. Can I update my registration information? Yes! You have until 24 hours before the lab to update your registration.  

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77 Broadway , Asheville, NC 28801
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Event Date: 04/25/2018   Event Time: 9:00 AM

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Join us as we support Asheville Middle School in their efforts for new books for their school curriculum and media centers. As a growing community, we can all help support our kids reach their full potential and this is a great way!

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Barnes Road , Asheville, NC 28803
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Event Date: 04/25/2018   Event Time: 9:30 AM

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In this class we delve into the Settings where we will discuss and demonstrate Siri, Multitasking, Spotlight, Passcode settings and much more. NOTE: Class will be held using iOS 11 as soon as it is released by Apple.

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157 Charlotte Street , Asheville, NC 28801
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Event Date: 04/25/2018   Event Time: 9:30 AM

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In this class we delve into the Settings where we will discuss and demonstrate Siri, Multitasking, Spotlight, Passcode settings and much more. NOTE: Class will be held using iOS 11 as soon as it is released by Apple.

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157 Charlotte Street , Asheville, NC 28801
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Event Date: 04/25/2018   Event Time: 10:00 AM

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Turn the Dallas Asheville into a giant game board with this fun scavenger hunt adventure. Combine the excitement of the Amazing Race with a two and a half-hour city tour. Guided from any smart phone, teams make their way among well-known and overlooked gems of the city, solving clues and completing challenges while learning local history. Start when you want and play at your pace.  Price is per team, not per person. Find details and Redeem your ticket as a Prepaid Code online at www.UrbanAdventureQuest.com.

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U.S. 74 Alternate , Asheville, NC 28801
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Event Date: 04/25/2018   Event Time: 12:00 PM

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Wed April 25, 12-4 Thurs and Fri Apr 26, 27, 10-3 $375 includes some materials. Note: Due to the high demand for this class, we are not able to change the dates you requested once you are signed up. Please be sure you can attend the date requested. Comprehensive intro to Cold Wax. Experiment with non-traditional tools pigment sticks, powdered pigments and more to achieve texture and finishes similar to encaustic without the “caustic” fumes and heat.

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191 Lyman Street, #310 , Asheville, NC 28801
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Event Date: 04/25/2018   Event Time: 1:00 PM

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WANT TO LEARN HOW YOUR COMPETITORS ARE WINNING YOUR CLIENTS? Join this special Webinar about growth hacking, and learn all the tricks they are using, and how you can win them over! Ed, will be presenting digital marketing and advertising techniques you could be implementing starting today! Don't miss out this opportunity to find out the ultimate guide to success for your small business! This is an intimate, interactive webinar. We highly recommend you to save a spot as we only accept 10 participants. 

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PO box 8355 , Asheville, NC 28804
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Event Date: 04/25/2018   Event Time: 1:00 PM

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Pediatric CPR First Aid AED - American Red Cross Infant, Child, Adult CPR, AED, and First Aid will be covered in this 4 hour training. Participants will be certified in Pediatric CPR First Aid AED - American Red Cross 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. Wednesday, April 25, 2018 1:00pm-5:00pm $55.00 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: 04/25/2018   Event Time: 1:00 PM

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WANT TO LEARN HOW YOUR COMPETITORS ARE WINNING YOUR CLIENTS? Join this special Webinar about growth hacking, and learn all the tricks they are using, and how you can win them over! Ed, will be presenting digital marketing and advertising techniques you could be implementing starting today! Don't miss out this opportunity to find out the ultimate guide to success for your small business! This is an intimate, interactive webinar. We highly recommend you to save a spot as we only accept 10 participants. 

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PO box 8355 , Asheville, NC 28804
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Event Date: 04/25/2018   Event Time: 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM

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Tucked away amid towering pine trees adjacent to The Omni Grove Park Inn is one of Asheville’s hidden gems. Known today as Grovewood Village, this historic site once housed the weaving and woodworking operations of Biltmore Industries, a noteworthy enterprise in the history of American Craft and textiles, founded by Edith Vanderbilt and two inspired teachers, Eleanor Vance and Charlotte Yale. Learn the story of Biltmore Industries on a guided history tour, offered Wednesday - Saturday at 1pm during April – November. The tour includes a visit to Biltmore Industries’ production facility (aka Dye House), where guests can peek into the past and view the original looms, carding machines, spinning mule and dye vats used to make the famed Biltmore Handwoven Homespun. Tours operate on a first-come, first-served basis, open to 25 people.

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111 Grovewood Rd , Asheville, NC 28804
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Event Date: 04/25/2018   Event Time: 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM

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Tucked away amid towering pine trees adjacent to The Omni Grove Park Inn is one of Asheville’s hidden gems. Known today as Grovewood Village, this historic site once housed the weaving and woodworking operations of Biltmore Industries, a noteworthy enterprise in the history of American Craft and textiles, founded by Edith Vanderbilt and two inspired teachers, Eleanor Vance and Charlotte Yale. Learn the story of Biltmore Industries on a guided history tour, offered Wednesday - Saturday at 1pm during April – November. The tour includes a visit to Biltmore Industries’ production facility (aka Dye House), where guests can peek into the past and view the original looms, carding machines, spinning mule and dye vats used to make the famed Biltmore Handwoven Homespun. Tours operate on a first-come, first-served basis, open to 25 people.

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111 Grovewood Rd , Asheville, NC 28804
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Event Date: 04/25/2018   Event Time: 2:00 PM

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Jazz, pop, blues and originals will fill the air at this great outdoor venue.

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1 Lodge St , Asheville, NC 28803
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Event Date: 04/25/2018   Event Time: 4:00 PM

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1 University Heights , Asheville, NC 28804
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Event Date: 04/25/2018   Event Time: 5:00 PM

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Music Video Asheville, now coming into its 11th year, is an annual event that showcases the collaborations between filmmakers and musicians. Area bands submit their music videos and the best 90 minutes of videos are selected for a viewing and awards ceremony at Diana Wortham Theater in Downtown Asheville. The red carpet event is a celebration of the creative, unique and diverse music community we have here in the heart of Western North Carolina.

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2 South Pack Square , Asheville, NC 28801
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Event Date: 04/25/2018   Event Time: 5:30 PM - 7:00 PM

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Your Voice Matters. Your Message Means Something. You’re Ready to Overcome Your Fear. And you don't have to do it alone. Expert speaking and presentation coach Barrie Barton has helped hundreds of individuals like you, guiding them step by step toward becoming a confident and skillful speaker. In the Speaker's Lab, Barrie will maximize your 90 minute session each week with your group by keeping it active, fun, insightful and helpful with actions that form positive communication habits and shift fear to excitement and readiness. The cornerstone of crafting an effective speech follows specific approaches and asking key questions. You’ll be guided by an expert to generate well-organized content, receive weekly coaching on your delivery, and be fully prepared to present your message to an audience. As a result of the Speaker Lab, you’ll have a strategy map of how to write, rehearse and deliver your next presentation. Join Speaking Coach Barrie Barton For… Six highly interactive presentation and speaking sessions Guided lessons on story-telling, delivery skills and performance tips Handbook and Blueprint Strategy to craft a remarkable speech Pre- and post-Lab video for you to note your progress Weekly personalized and group feedback "Barrie made me feel so comfortable in a very uncomfortable setting for me. She is not only a warm and encouraging teacher, butthe material she delivers is relatable, encouraging and truly a catalyst for change." Julia Staines, Mtn. BizWorks "Barrie's mastery of engaging with her clients and then helping us cultivate our presentations equals guaranteed results." Melinda Tomey, M.D. "I leave the Speaker's Learning Lab with a cohesive presenation ready to delivery and am able to speak with confidence and clarity." Tracy Hawkins, Executive Director - SAFE WATER NOW

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1 Haywood St , Asheville, NC 28801
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Event Date: 04/25/2018   Event Time: 6:00 PM

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Are you looking for a quick crash course to help you find mental strategies or breathing strategies to cope with labor?  Does your partner need some guidance on how to support you during your birth?  Do you have some fears or anxieties about the big day and how you are going to get through it?  Comfort measures are not just for an unmedicated vaginal birth, but are useful and often most needed when labor does not go the way we planned. Join us for this 1 1/2 hour class to give mom's tools to feel safe and strong during her labor and help her relax down into the sensations she will feel rather than fight them.  Partners will leave this class knowing when to talk, what to say (understanding your mama's love lanugage), how to support, how to touch and bring pain relief both during and between contractions.  This is a Homegrown Babies community offering that is offered at no charge!

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201 Charlotte Street , Asheville, NC 28801
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Event Date: 04/25/2018   Event Time: 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM

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Join instructor Nadine Charlsen for a fun evening class painting in watercolor. All styles and levels welcomed! Enjoy a relaxing evening while you work on your own projects in this open studio style class. (Tuition is interchangable with Marvelous Mondays and attendance is nonsequential just like our Marvelous Monday Studio classes)

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191 Lyman Street, #310 , Asheville, NC 28801
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Event Date: 04/25/2018   Event Time: 6:30 PM - 9:30 PM

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Join us as we welcome André Tamers back to Cúrate for a special dinner event! From classic wines to new varietals, sherry, cider, and dynamic liqueurs, André Tamers and De Maison selections are a vital part of how we bring the Spanish experience to Asheville. Celebrate their wide range of offerings with a tasting dinner on Wednesday, April 25, 2018 in the private dining room at Cúrate. Well pair beverages with Chef Katie Buttons Spanish dishes, serving a five-course meal designed to showcase the wines and their subtleties. Select wines will be available for purchase after the event.

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13 Biltmore Ave. , Asheville, NC 28801
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Event Date: 04/25/2018   Event Time: 6:30 PM - 9:30 PM

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Join us as we welcome André Tamers back to Cúrate for a special dinner event! From classic wines to new varietals, sherry, cider, and dynamic liqueurs, André Tamers and De Maison selections are a vital part of how we bring the Spanish experience to Asheville. Celebrate their wide range of offerings with a tasting dinner April 25 in the private dining room at Cúrate. We’ll pair beverages with Chef Katie Button’s Spanish dishes, serving a five-course meal designed to showcase the wines and their subtleties.

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13 Biltmore Avenue , Asheville, NC 28801
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Event Date: 04/25/2018   Event Time: 7:00 PM

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Animal Years, named one of Rolling Stone’s top 10 new Americana artists to watch, are currently on their first national tour. After releasing their EP Far From Home to critical acclaim last fall, the band capped off the year with their national television debut on CBS This Morning. www.AnimalYearsMusic.com

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185 Clingman Ave , Asheville, NC 28801
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Event Date: 04/25/2018   Event Time: 7:00 PM

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Our annual April Comedy Month is back!  We show a classic comedy movie every Wednesday, and create a brand new beer for each movie.  The public suggests names for the beers via our Facebook and Instagram, then we pick the winning name (see below). THE BIG LEBOWSKI - 20th Anniversary Screening: It's an understatement to say "The Big Lebowski" became an instant classic upon its release 20 years ago.  In truth, it became an instant iconic movie that spawned an entire yearly festival and spiritual movement based upon The Dude's approach to life. Every single actor in this movie is at the top of their game as is the legendary writing/directing/producing duo, The Coen Brothers.  One actor's performance that never received the critical praise it deserved is John Goodman's portrayal of the sweet yet instantly psychotic, Walter.  Watching him is a masterclass in acting. There are SO MANY little touches, quotes, gestures and moments that make people love still love this movie two decades later. However in the end, it was really the rug that really tied it all together. AND THE NEW BEER IS...  ANNOUNCING SOON!   MOVIE SYNOPSIS: Jeff Bridges plays Jeff Lebowski who insists on being called "the Dude," a laid-back, easygoing burnout who happens to have the same name as a millionaire whose wife owes a lot of dangerous people a whole bunch of money -- resulting in the Dude having his rug soiled, sending him spiraling into the Los Angeles underworld.  One of the many mistakes he makes along the way is letting his psychotic best friend Walter help out. CONTENT GUIDELINE:  Rated R for pervasive strong language, drug content, sexuality and brief violence. Watch this fantastic film in Asheville's original dine-in theater. There are tables in front of our big, cushy theater seats. Order dinner from our huge diverse menu (vegan options!), and enjoy this rare cinematic experience with 140+ other fans of this film. Also, enjoy a huge selection some of the best local beer from the third oldest brewery in WNC! FAQs What are my transportation/parking options for getting to and from the event? There is plenty of parking in front of the building, on each side, and also in a big parking lot behind the building. All parking is free. Asheville Pizza & Brewing on Merrimon Avenue is very easy to find. Only five minutes from I-26, I-240 and Downtown. Should I arrive early? ABSOLUTELY!!!  We strongly suggest you arrive at least 30 minutes early so you can order and get settled into your seat before the movie starts. Can I order food and beverages inside the theater? Yes!  You can order anything from the diverse menu of Asheville Pizza & Brewing and drink any of Asheville Brewing Company's delicious beers!  The menu has pizza, burgers, sandwiches, salads, quesadillas, vegan options and more!  The full menu can be found on our website.   Is there any pre-show entertainment? Doors usually open one hour prior to the showtime with a pre-show collection of unique and funny videos playing before the movie begins. Regulars to our theater always arrive extra early to enjoy our pre-show which changes with each movie. How can I contact the organizer with any questions? Email us at [email protected] if you have any questions. Please do not call our location as the staff who answers will likely not be able to know the answer.  Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event? It isn't necessary.  After you purchase your ticket we will have your name on a list when you arrive, so we really only need the name the tickets were purchased with.  You can also show us the email purchase confirmation on your phone, but you can bring in a printed ticket if you prefer.  Please check in at the ticket counter at least 20 minutes before showtime to find a good seat. We expect a sellout.  Is it ok if the name on my ticket or registration doesn't match the person who attends? Yes, just make sure they check in with whatever name the tickets were purchased under.

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77 Coxe Ave , Asheville, NC 28801
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Event Date: 04/25/2018   Event Time: 7:00 PM - 10:00 PM

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On 4/25, students from the Franklin School of Innovation (a charter school in West Asheville) will present Public Service Announcements that hope to better inform the citizens of Asheville about how the city will be impacted by our changing climate. There will be food trucks, live music, speeches made by climate experts, students, faculty, and local officials. We would love for you to join us in helping to build a more resilient world!

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Downtown Asheville In front of Fire Station , Asheville, NC 28806
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Event Date: 04/25/2018   Event Time: 7:00 PM

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$15 // $15 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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Animal Years - “Caroline” (Official Music Video) Animal Years - "Friends" (Official Music Video) "We borrowed the name from a Josh Ritter album," Animal Years singer-songwriter-guitarist Mike McFadden says of his band's moniker. "Originally, we just liked the way the phrase sounded. But the more we thought about it, the more it meant to us, and we started saying things like 'Live your life in animal years.' If you knew that you'd only be around for a few years, you'd do things differently. That's how we try to operate as a band; we try to go for it every day, like we're gonna die tomorrow."

That level of urgency resonates throughout Far From Home, Animal Years' first eOne release. The five-song EP -- produced by Ryan Hadlock, renowned for his work with the Lumineers, Brandi Carlile and Vance Joy -- offers a consistently compelling distillation of the Brooklyn-by-way-of-Baltimore trio's irresistibly anthemic, unfailingly uplifting songcraft, which ranges from the fist-pumping infectiousness of "Caroline" to the introspective warmth of "Friends" to the bittersweet buoyancy of "Home (I Was Born)." McFadden's catchy, emotionally direct songwriting is matched by the band's exuberant performances, which combine McFadden's openhearted vocals and surging acoustic guitars with the punchy rhythmic kick of bassist Anthony Saladino and drummer Anthony Spinnato.

"Someone once described us in a review as 'singer-songwriter music with the amps turned up,'" McFadden notes. "The emphasis is on the songs and the songwriting, but we're definitely a rock band. Even if I'm playing an acoustic guitar, I'm playing it through an amp with the distortion on. We're always gonna be louder than the other bands on the bill."

Far From Home's memorable compositions and high-energy performances make it clear why Animal Years has already earned a fiercely loyal grass-roots fan base. Without the benefit of a mainstream record label, the band has built its audience the old-fashioned way: through dogged roadwork, winning over one fan at a time.

"When we moved to New York, we hit the city really hard, and things just grew organically," McFadden explains. "We naturally evolved from small clubs to bigger ones, and from small tours to bigger tours, with more people coming out each time. Everything has happened really organically, through us just being ourselves and trying to be as honest as we can."

The thee bandmates and producer Hadlock recorded Far From Home in the remote environs of Applehead Studios in Woodstock, NY, far from the band's normal urban surroundings.

"We really wanted to isolate ourselves in a place with no distractions other than making the record," McFadden explains. "So we all went up to Woodstock and worked in this great studio in a rebuilt barn. We've been demoing stuff for years, but this is the first time the three of us had made a record together. Ryan was really great to work with, and I think that he really brought out the best in us. It was great recording out there in the middle of nowhere; we'd record 12 hours a day, and then all hang out at night."

Far From Home showcases McFadden's knack for writing forthright songs that cut to the chase, lyrically and melodically. "On this EP, I wanted to write things that everyone can relate to," he asserts. "Sometimes lyrics can be open to interpretation, but for the most part I want people to know exactly what I'm talking about. All of these songs were written on the road, so a lot of the themes are about being away from home and missing people, and not taking people for granted.

"We had four songs that we really liked for the EP, but we knew that we needed one more that would really grab people's attention," he continues. "I was driving back from North Carolina, right at the end of a tour, and I wrote 'Caroline' in the car. Within ten minutes, I had pulled over to the side of the road and recorded the whole thing into my phone. A couple of days later, we made a rough demo, and everybody who heard it said 'Yeah, that's the one.' It's the song that got the attention of our record label, and now it's the first single from the EP."

The unpretentious attitude and hard-driving work ethic that define Animal Years were established early on, when Mike McFadden first began writing and performing his own songs in his mid-teens, releasing his first studio CD under his own name while still in high school in Baltimore. That inaugural effort won a good deal of attention, and even gained some local radio play. A second CD, released when McFadden was 18, was even better received by fans and local radio programmers, and soon his songs were being picked up for use in commercials from such advertisers as Coca-Cola and Pennzoil.

"That was the driver for me to think about quitting my job in Baltimore and going to New York to start Animal Years," McFadden recalls. "Before I moved to New York, I did another solo album, The Sun Will Rise. At that point, Anthony the bass player suggested that we find a drummer and make it into a band, so we rebranded the CD as an Animal Years release.

"It became a real band really quickly," McFadden reports. "When we started the band, we were all working jobs to raise money to make it happen, so we could afford to go on the road and into the studio. The guys started taking an equal part of the work, and everybody started contributing. It took some getting used to, but it was good not being alone and not having to do everything myself. The songwriting is still the same, because that's still me, but everyone's invested in this partnership and we're all getting something out of it."

Animal Years' timely relocation to New York proved to be a crucial turning point for the band. "The music scene in Baltimore is really big and varied, but I never felt like we ever really fit in there," says McFadden. "When we got to New York, we felt a lot more at home and got a much better reception. In New York, there're more people, there're more opportunities, there're more venues. You can play a few nights a week and still never run out of places to play."

Having already established themselves in their adopted hometown and having won a legion of new friends and fans on the road, Animal Years plan to continue doing what they do best: making music and touching people.

"We're planning on hitting the road super-hard," McFadden affirms. "We're definitely willing to put in the work, and make it happen by any means necessary. That's the only way you can do it these days. There are so many other people who are working as hard as you are, so you just have to work twice as hard."

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Animal Years, named one of Rolling Stone’s top 10 new Americana artists to watch, are currently on their first national tour. After releasing their EP Far From Home to critical acclaim last fall, the band capped off the year with their national television debut on CBS This Morning. www.AnimalYearsMusic.com

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Formed in 1995 by Makoto Kawabata at the same time as the Acid Mothers Temple Soul Collective. The group released its debut album in 1997 on PSF Records (Japan), and it was selected as one of the year's best albums in the The Wire magazine (UK). In 1998 the group played their first tours of the US and Europe. Since then the group has released a huge number of albums on labels from many different countries. As of 2017, the group has released around 80 albums. Every year since 1998, they have toured extensively in the US and Europe, and more recently have started performing around Asia and in Japan too. The group has performed in collaboration with many musicians including psychedelic originators Gong and Guru Guru, Simeon (Silver Apples), Nik Turner (Hawkwind), and the Occitanian trad sinder Rosina de Peira. Japanese collaborators have included Afrirampo, Tatsuya Yoshida (Ruins), Maso Yamazaki (Masonna), Seiichi Yamamoto (Boredoms), Jun Kuriyama (The Ox), and many others.To begin with the group had a floating line-up with contributions from many members of the AMT Soul Collective. But as tours became more frequent, the group began to coalesce around a core touring line-up. Other bands were created with Acid Mothers Temple as part of their name (AMT & The Cosmic Inferno, AMT SWR, AMT & The Space Paranoid, Acid Mothers Gong, Acid Mothers Guru Guru, etc.), but AMT & The Melting Paraiso U.F.O. has continued to function as the mothership and main lineage for all our activities.In 2016, 21 years since the group's founding, there was a major shift in the line-up and "Next Generation" was added to the name. We now view the first 20 years as chapter one in our story, and we are now turning the page to start chapter two. The current touring line-up is: Makoto Kawabata (the sole original member), Hiroshi Higashi, MitsukoTabata, Nani Satoshima, and Wolf.

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Asheville Disclaimer Comedy open mic every Wednesday

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Twiddle hails from the hills of Hubbardton Vermont, and has always sought to write and perform music that is diverse and groovin’, but also intricate and expressive. In the relatively short time since forming, this quartet’s music and songwriting has progressed by leaps without bounds, earning them steadily growing recognition. While tapping many parts of the globe for diverse musical and cultural influences, Twiddle maintains a vibe of modern rock and funk with traditional jazz, classical, reggae, and Latin overtones – all in the spirit of intertwining improvisation and structure. The band has been able to kick back and find itself at home on whatever stage they’ve played on, be it at a club, college, downtown park, historic theatre, or rowdy festival. Twiddle’s shows are always high energy, but with plenty of time, tempo, and mood changes to keep the ears engaged and the brain wondering what’s next.

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Facilitated by Annie Price of Mountain BizWorks and Birds Eye Business Planning. This 5-week cohort experience will aid existing makers and creative entrepreneurs in integrating learnings from the workshops into their business practices. The course will guide participants through a comprehensive assessment of their experience producing and selling to date, while also addressing the opportunities and challenges currently at hand. Dates:

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An informal monthly gathering of artists, writers, musicians and art patrons.

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