November 18th Concert and Art Auction at the Flood Fine Art Center--5pm to 9pm--Puerto Rico Hurricane Relief

As you are aware, hurricane Maria devastated Puerto Rico, leaving thousands without electricity, food, water, or shelter. You may not be aware that most parts of Puerto Rico are still without electricity, food, water or shelter. Our government seems to believe that Puerto Ricans are not US citizens and are treating the island as if it were a foreign country.
The people of Puerto Rico need our help to get back on their feet.

To help with this problem we are hosting an auction at:
https://www.charityauctionstoday.com/auctions/puerto-rico-hurricane-relief-art-auction-3261
We have received dozens of donations of art and services, check out the latest:

These donations from Lisa Lichtig and Patrick Hanaway are handmade beadwork and paintings by Huichol artists from Mexico. These beautiful works can be bought for under $25!


Or maybe your house or apartment could use these Phil Kurz painting donated by Cynthia Hatfield. Kurz's paintings and ink/watercolor pieces can be purchased for under $60 and perhaps won by a lower bid! These pieces range in size from 18X22 to 12X15


Or maybe you would prefer an hour long integrative massage by Louise Loveland!


How about cut coins or a handmade bamboo didjeridu or cut coins by Jarrett Leone?


Limited Edition Posada's or a papier mache puppet by Cynthia Potter?


Check it out, there are also card sets for holiday greetings, photos and many other items available for you to enjoy while helping Puerto Rico dig out of almost total destruction. All donations go to hurricane relief in Puerto Rico through the Hispanic Federation's Unidos Fund a non-profit dedicated to helping latino organizations and peoples, and your bids are tax deductible as allowed by the law.
Any item not bought by 5pm on November 18th will be placed in the gallery for a silent auction during the benefit event!

Flood Gallery Fine Art Center
2160 US Hwy 70
Swannanoa, NC 28778.
http://www.ashevillecourtyard.com/floodgallery.org • 828-273-3332
The Flood Gallery Fine Art Center educates, challenges and inspires the community through music, film, and contemporary art.


Ash Devine Concert at the Flood Gallery Thursday December 7th from 7pm to 9pm
and opening of exhibition of William Barnhill's Appalachian photos from the early 1900's

Ash Devine's music is dedicated to healing, connection and singing together. Expect to hear original Americana-ethereal-folk songs to activate your heart, to learn a few songs for singing and to connect at Asheville's new epicenter of art, The Flood Gallery.www.ashdevine.net
Ash's concerts opens an exhibition of Appalachian Photos from the early 1900's depicting rural life in North Carolina Appalachian areas, by William Barnhill.
November 2017 Film Screenings
2160 Hwy 70
Swannanoa, NC
Every Friday at 8pm



November 3rd

Alphaville, 1965, Jean-Luc Godard

France

Lemmy Caution, an American private-eye, arrives in Alphaville, a futuristic city on another planet. His very American character is at odds with the city's ruler, an evil scientist named Von Braun, who has outlawed love and self-expression.

November 10th

Sawdust and Tinsel, 1953, Ingmar Bergman

Sweden

While traveling in caravan through the country of Sweden, one member of the decadent Alberti Circus tells the owner and ringmaster Albert Johansson a sad story about the clown Frost: seven years ago, his wife Alma was surprised by him bathing naked in a lake with a regiment. When the circus arrives in the town where Albert's wife Agda and sons live, he decides to pay a visit with his young mistress Anne to a famous local troupe to borrow some capes, hats and vests for their tonight show. They are humiliated by the director Mr. Sjuberg, but he lends the pieces, and the lead actor Frans gives an unsuccessful pass on Anne

November 17th

The Triplets of Belleville, 2003, Sylvain Chomet

France/Belgium

Madame Souza, an elderly woman, instills in her grandson Champion (for who she acts as his guardian) a love of cycling. As a young man, he does become a dedicated road racer with his grandmother as his trainer. During a mountainous leg of the Tour de France in which Champion is racing, he goes missing. Evidence points to him being kidnapped. Indeed, he and two of his competitors were kidnapped, the kidnappers who want to use the threesome's unique skills for nefarious purposes. With Champion's overweight and faithful pet dog Bruno at her side, Madame Souza goes looking for Champion

November 24th

The Blood of a Poet, 1932, Jean Cocteau

France

A young artist draws a face at a canvas on his easel. Suddenly the mouth on the drawing comes into life and starts talking. The artist tries to wipe it away with his hand, but when he looks into the hand he finds the living mouth on his palm. He tries to wipe it off on the mouth of an unfinished statue of a young woman. The statue comes into life and tells him that the only way out of the studio is through the looking glass

True Home Open Mic
hosted by Jarrett Leone, Every Sun.
Open mic is hosted every Sunday by Jarrett Leone
At the Flood Fine Art Center. Sign up is 5pm and the open mic begins at 5:30pm and runs to 7:30pm. Everyone gets at least 15 min to perform so bring your best songs, poetry, comedy or whatever and claim your fame!
Open mic is podcast on itunes so the audience is endless! Come on Down to 2160 Hwy 70 and be part of the action.

Jelly at the Flood--Starting September 14th.
What is a Jelly? A Jelly Co-working event means to meet up with like-minded people to work together in a different environment, to exchange help and advice, and maybe come up with a new idea to collaborate on. Jelly differs from networking in that the aim is not to find new clients or to sell yourself or your business.
Ty Hallock will be hosting Jelly's at the Flood Gallery every Thursday from 11am to 5pm. Come by and participate!

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