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All the happenings
and events at Azule.


 

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Sunday

Brunch Potluck

at Azule

February 26th at 11am

Come on over to Azule for a fun Sunday brunch potluck and get a chance to meet Duarte Morais and his students from NCSU who are working to bring just and equitable tourism to Madison County and other rural areas of the state. The project is called People First Tourism (www.peoplefirsttourism.com), and it aims to direct tourists (and their money) to local farmers and artists with the aim of giving tourists an authentic taste of local culture while giving locals a chance to benefit from the tourist economy. Bring a dish to share and some friends!

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 Skillshare 


MLK Weekend Skillshare at Azule  

  Azule hosted another excellent skillshare over the MLK weekend. Folks from across the Carolinas and beyond came together to share their art, knowledge, and skills. Activities ranged from workshops on painting and photography to a talk on prison abolition.
   By all accounts it was a fun and empowering gathering.

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Check out our new

website!

Thanks to the awesome design skills of Betty Dunajski, Azule has a beautiful new website! Go to www.azule.org and let us know what you think.

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 Meet the residents 



Cindi Gaudette 

“My work reveals a confluence of emotions surrounding loss, memory, and identity. I expose painful memories, while at the same time attempt to hide human vulnerabilities. I follow my need to engage in repetitive gestures the intention of suppressing unprocessed loss.

“This artistic endeavor is a means to connect the present with the longing of an unknown history, to reveal a lost identity. The physical act of making objects unearths intuitive connections that transform a deeply submerged sensation of someone or something gone missing.

“My process manifests as the accumulation of symbolic objects and scraps of memory as I wrestle with my own anxiety, perceptions, and experiences, which reflect an intense need to connect the missing gaps that occurred through the secrecy of adoption.”
 

 You can view Cindi’s artwork at  
www.cindigaudette.com

 


Meredith Watson 

Meredith joined us for a week this January to write some new original songs rooted in the old-time Appalachian music that she has been studying for the last eight years. She lives in Nashville where she plays with the band Locust Honey, and is in the process of starting a non-profit whose focus is to pass on the musical traditions of early country music to the youth of "Music City," and to create a safe place for people of all ages to gather, dance, and learn about old-time music and culture.


 Check out her band at  
www.locusthoney.com

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 AZULE Portrait 

 Project 

All these years you have been part of the ongoing 
AZULE Portrait Project

    

Hundreds of these portraits are now on canvas and ready for you to sign.

The AZULE PORTRAIT PROJECT
is for us a way to parallel the continuity that Camille has shown in her building Azule - the place. Representing you, participants to the Fall event, and asking you to sign and add a memory or thought to your picture is deepening your and our relationship to Azule in Bluff, Hot Springs, Madison County, North Carolina...

 

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 TO ALL DONORS: 

Thank you so much for helping AZULE board members and volunteers to move AZULE on its necessary journey. Come, visit and participate. Invite your friends!

THANK YOU: 

John Malpede, Olivier Rollin, Carolyn Steward, Karen Hansen, Frederike Gravenstein, Lisa Mount, Kathatine G Hastie, T Bright Williamson, Gerri Barraco and Gary Davis
THANK YOU also to all Board Members who give countless hours of 'in-kind" work.
And THANK YOU to all who organize, promote or come to our programs
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For a visit of AZULE:
call  Camille  828-622-3533 

For information on AZULE's programs, to make a proposal, to apply for a residency or retreat, to book AZULE or to register for any of our offerings, visit AZULE website www.AZULE.org and e-mail us at AZULEart@gmail.com 

You are all
invited!

 
AZULE may bring you the opportunity to meet great artists, attend a SkillsShare or learn about a traditional Appalachian Skill, experience a rejuvenating space for residencies, retreats, staff or wellness meetings. Come and visit, give us a call.
 
Apply online
 www.AZULE.org
For more information
,
send us an e-mail AZULEart@gmail.com

 
 Visit our website

 AZULE.org


Supporting AZULE
can happen in many ways!  
CHECK OUT OUR WISH LIST:
 

Tiles of any sort
Folding Chairs
Folding Tables

Easels
Tools
Musical Instruments

Futons
CASH DONATIONS or
IN-KIND VOLUNTEER WORK

 Click here 
to make a financial contribution to AZULE and support our mission.
 
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AZULE  www.azule.org
PO BOX 163 Hot Springs, NC 28743
AZULEart@gmail.com

FOR A VISIT, call CAMILLE 828-622-3533
FOR INFORMATION, on any of our programs call
GWYLENE 843-607-5811

For New Danger RSC Skill Share, call OMARI 803-378-2616


See you on FACEBOOK
https://www.facebook.com/pages/Azule-A-Place-for-the-Arts-Community-Hot-Springs-NC/347266938699655
 
See AZULE IMAGINE 
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c8VIStnESkU
 



"The transformation that occurred within our group could not have manifested as graciously had we not been in the beautiful and deeply accommodating environment of AZULE. This place has nourished me and allowed for a sweet opening of my mind and heart. Thank you." Liana Johannaber from GO, Green Opportunities, Asheville, NC.
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