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ballerina tying pointe shoes - print, ballet, watercolor painting, spatter painting, girl art, nursery art, tutu art

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ballerina tying pointe shoes - print, ballet, watercolor painting, spatter painting, girl art, nursery art, tutu art

ballerina tying pointe shoes - print, ballet, watercolor painting, spatter painting, girl art, nursery art, tutu art

ballerina tying pointe shoes - print, ballet, watercolor painting, spatter painting, girl art, nursery art, tutu art

This event is made possible thanks to a partnership between Sangam Arts and Mosaic Saratoga High, a school club founded by Urmila to promote multicultural performing and visual arts with the help of Sangam Arts’ Mosaic Silicon Valley initiative. Sangam Arts is also partnering with the Saratoga Historical Foundation for this event. Food trucks will provide the cultural culinary experience for this event. Tickets are $15-$35) at tinyurl.com/MoSa-2018. Pratheepan Gulasekaram, Santa Clara University School of Law professor, is the first lecturer of the 2018-2019 Saratoga Foothill Club Public Lecture Series. Gulasekaram will speak on “Immigration, Sanctuary States and Federal Law” Oct. 4, 7:30 at the Saratoga Foothill Club.

Presented by Chevron and produced by the Diablo Regional Arts Association, the festival offers families a low-cost day of nonstop theater, dance and music performances along with visual arts activities both inside and outside the Lesher Center for the Arts, The event, from 10 a.m, to 4 p.m., is designed as a way to introduce the young generation to live theater and the possibilities of performance, “At Chevron, we believe in benefiting communities where we have a significant presence,” said Linda Padon, ballerina tying pointe shoes - print, ballet, watercolor painting, spatter painting, girl art, nursery art, tutu art Chevron’s General Manager for Global Corporate Public Policy, “The arts make a community a better place to live and enrich our lives.”..

It’s not hard to see why Amazon would take such a wide-reaching step with Prime. Netflix made a similar launch earlier this year, and the market for internet-based TV streaming services is only going to grow further. And then there’s the matter of content and its costs. For example, Amazon is said to have put as much as $250 million into “The Grand Tour,” which includes the hosts and team of the original BBC version of “Top Gear,” while it’s been reported that Netflix spent more than $100 million on the Baz Luhrman-created series “The Get Down.”.

Meet two such groups, But that’s the point, She’s one of dozens of kids attending a “dance party” put on ballerina tying pointe shoes - print, ballet, watercolor painting, spatter painting, girl art, nursery art, tutu art by the Alphabet Rockers, The Oakland-based duo of Kaitlin McGaw and Tommy Shepherd uses interactive hip-hop songs, pumped with positive, educational, kid-friendly messages, to “promote change and empower young people.”, Mission statement or not, the Rockers’ music is definitely having an impact on Ziora, The thigh-high girl shimmies and jumps around with other kids at the front of the stage, When the exuberant McGaw and Shepherd break into “Gimme Some Skin,” a song celebrating diversity that can be found on their new album, “The Playground Zone,” Ziora partners with another little girl she’s just met and gives her high-fives..

When you become such a public figure, do you live your own life or the life others want for you? It’s an existential question, no less pertinent today than it was in the 1920s, but these women’s struggles to find an answer would, in many ways, tear them apart. The first six chapters of Flappers tell the intoxicating tales of each woman’s rise, but the next six chapters track their declines, as predictable as a rerun of “E! True Hollywood Story,” replete with depression, heartbreak, drug abuse and loneliness. Particularly striking is the disgust with which several of the women greeted news of pregnancy — as a threat not only to their bodies, which would no longer fit the svelte, boy-like fashions of the time, but to their social relevance. Sex could be liberating, but it was also destructive: Several women endured painful, dangerous abortions; others suffered from chronic STDs; nearly all tried to negotiate the balance between an “open” mind toward sexual adventure and partners who manipulated and betrayed them.