National Folk Festival busca artesanos para participar en el North Carolina Arts Marketplace. Esta es una excelente oportunidad para todos los talentosos artesanos que hay en Carolina del Norte y las artesanias de latinoamerica. El 12 de junio es la fecha para entregar la solicitud.
Thanks to all our guests, artists and volunteers. It was a night to remember!
Celebrate the Art & Culture of the Andean Region.
Casa Azul's Noche Caribeña mentioned as the top art event covered by Triad-City Beat.
by Eric Ginsburg
"Latino arts group Casa Azul held a knockout showcase of Caribbean artists at Studio B this June in Greensboro, an event packed with live music and dancing, food and an array of visual art from Caribbean artists around the state."
Casa Azul's 2014 Day of the Dead event was featured in the Greensboro Daily.
"...at the Cultural Arts Center on Davie Street, Casa Azul of Greensboro is featuring a fabulous Day of the Dead exhibit. Casa Azul promotes Latin American art and culture in Greensboro through projects, partnerships and fabulous displays like the one featured above."
Casa Azul's opening event featured in the News & Record.
On Tuesday, June 14th, from 7 to 8:30pm Perspectivas Latinas was held at the Green Hill Center for NC Art exhibit in the Hemphill Branch Library, featuring Casa Azul artists: Monica Weber (visual artist and mosaic work) Mariana Rodriguez- Pardy (potter and folk artist), Jose Rodriguez (contemporary art), and Carlos Dagnesses (photography).
Music was provided by Paulo Barata and Mexican hors d’oeuvres were served.
The art will be on display through August 24.