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Trash Fashion Is Coming!
Trash ‘n Fashion is a runway show of fashion made from dumpster-bound materials, lovingly crafted into beautiful handmade garments. The success of this event lies in the hands of our creative designers – Appalachian State University students and EAC volunteers – and in the inspiring materials provided by local businesses.
We are currently seeking sponsors for this event.
There are a few ways you can make this event zing:
* Be an Event Sponsor ($250+).
* Be a Fashion Sponsor ($100+).
* Make a donation of $25+.
* Contribute something to the Silent Auction/Raffle.
Please contact us by February 28th to secure your designer!
When: April 4 * Runways 7:30 & 8:15pm
Where: Strand Beads/Bald Guy King Street, Boone
We're on Etsy!
These adorable puppets can be found in a variety of styles on Etsy! Shop until your heart's content and support the arts all at the same time!
Liberty Parade 2013 was on FIRE!
Liberty Parade was a ton of fun. We'll do it again next year on July 4th (weather permitting) so stay tuned!
Photos by Frederica Georgia.
"The Land Sustains Us, A Todd Story"
Elkland Art Center will premier it’s documentary film, “The Land Sustains Us, A Todd Story” at 7 p.m., April 12 at the Todd Mercantile and at 7:00 p.m., April 13 at the Ashe County Arts Council. The film is intended to serve as an exploration and community conversation about how the changing landscape (development, infrastructure improvements, loss of environment, etc.) affects the sense of community in the village of Todd, NC. The filmmaking has involved interviewing a cross-section of people from the community including long-term and short-term residents, developers, government officials and scholars, to obtain their insight into how land use has affected or changed their attitudes in the community. A discussion with the documentary team will follow the screening.
Video team: Jim and Suzanne (on left)
"The Land Sustains Us, A Todd Story" explores how the changing landscape - development, loss of environment, etc - affects the sense of community in our small village of Todd, NC. The documentary process will involve interviewing a cross-section of people including long-term and short-term residents, developers and government officials, to obtain their insight in how land use affects or changes their attitudes in the community. The intimate scale of Todd allows us to explore this issue in depth. Though Todd is small, the issues are similar to those faced by other communities: extensive, rapid changes in land use and population and the community’s efforts to address those changes. It is the intent of the project to open up dialog in the community to gain perspective on the issues of land use and sustainability.
(above) Emilie and Jim, Suzanne and Martha (below)
The video team includes: Martha Enzmann, project director, artist, local business owner of Elkland Handwerke, Inc. and founder of Elkland Art Center; Suzanne Clouzeau, videographer with Clouzeau Productions; James Lewis, our interviewer, (local long-term resident, writer, photographer, historian and former daily newspaper reporter. James’ family settled in the area in 1840. Unlike many who left for good, James returned to Todd because, as he says, “Todd is still the most interesting place I have ever been.” ) and Emilie Enzmann, local resident (since 2002), business owner (Todd Mercantile and Bakery) and member of the Ashe County Comprehensive Land Use Planning Committee.
The documentary has been sponsored in part by a planning grant and a media grant from the North Carolina Humanities Council, a statewide nonprofit and affiliate of the National Endowment for the Humanities and the Conservation Fund.
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The Todd Community Preservation Organization was established in 2000. TCPO is a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation. It has a 12-member Board of Directors and relies on other volunteers to maintain its viability. TCPO’s mission is to create a sustainable community while preserving Todd’s rich history, natural beauty and culture. The phone number 336-877-5401, the same as the Todd Mahal Bakery; e-mail is email@example.com.
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