Who are you? Who am I? Exploring Cultural Fusions

Who are we? Who are you and who am I? What language do you dream in? How did our music come to sound like it does? Those are questions we’ve all asked at one time or another. This summer, Casa Azul’s In-Fusion Series* motivated us to think through those questions together. Exploring Latin Rhythms Exploring…

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Building Strength for the Community

Casa Azul aims to provide top notch programs and services to you, the Triad community. Growing our leaders helps us do just that. National Association of Latino Arts and Cultures (NALAC), in partnership with the North Carolina Humanities Council, held its Annual Regional Arts Training Workshops in North Carolina for the first time June 2-3,…

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Recognizing Raul Hernandez

Casa Azul thanks Raul Hernandez for his contributions to Casa Azul. Raul designed the advertisements and programs for the Joe Troop & Che Appalache events in July 2017. He did amazing work with an ever-pleasant presence. Raul loves expressing his artistic side through his graphic design work. Raul Hernandez is a talented Graphic Designer who was…

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Luis Perdomo - Casa Azul of Greensboro

Spotlighting Luis Germán Perdomo Local Latino Author

Greensboro resident and children’s book author, Luis Germán Perdomo, is a lover of literature. Originally from Colombia, Perdomo’s passion for literature lead him to read any book he could get his hands on. Today, he has extended this love of literature by writing his own books. His latest work, a children’s book named “La Cajita…

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Mariana Rodriguez-Pardy Receives Game Changer Award

The Community Foundation of Greater Greensboro teamed up with the Greensboro Grasshoppers for the third annual recognition of local “Game Changers,” people making the greater Greensboro area an even better place to live and work. Game Changers are recommended by community members and represent the wide range of civic and volunteer contributions in the community…

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“Los Viejitos” Grupo de Danza

November 1, 2016.“Los Viejitos” Grupo de Danza ”The Old Men” dance company was started 6 years ago inspired by friendship. In 2010, founder and dancer Ivan Sanchez told us, the father of his best friend urgently needed a prosthesis. He thought one way to raise the money could be through a dance performance. Since then, the…

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