dancing ballet pointe shoes: 8x10 dance photography fine art print. available as a canvas, print or card.

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dancing ballet pointe shoes: 8x10 dance photography fine art print. available as a canvas, print or card.

dancing ballet pointe shoes: 8x10 dance photography fine art print. available as a canvas, print or card. dancing ballet pointe shoes: 8x10 dance photography fine art print. available as a canvas, print or card. dancing ballet pointe shoes: 8x10 dance photography fine art print. available as a canvas, print or card. dancing ballet pointe shoes: 8x10 dance photography fine art print. available as a canvas, print or card.

dancing ballet pointe shoes: 8x10 dance photography fine art print. available as a canvas, print or card.

A beautiful woman hangs high above the stage, tethered only by the silken strands of her hair. Danila Bim glides effortlessly through the air in a jewel-encrusted bodysuit, sometimes sitting cross-legged like a Buddhist goddess, sometimes contorting her body into impossible positions, always holding the audience rapt with her sublime serenity. She brings the divine to the realm of derring-do. Bim is the ethereal star of “Volta,” the latest jaw-dropping gymnastic pageant from the French Canadian Cirque du Soleil empire. A cautionary tale about a society ruled by shallow spectacle, dominated by cell-phone-toting zombies who move in lock-step and lack all original thought, this bigtop extravaganza never successfully marries its message with its medium. While some of the acts are truly amazing, such as the hanging goddess, the dystopian themes don’t flow naturally from the feel of the piece, an edgy and urban festival of street sports from BMX bikes to roller skating and double dutch masters.

Square Dance Class: The Committee to Promote Square Dancing hosts dancing ballet pointe shoes: 8x10 dance photography fine art print. available as a canvas, print or card. classes for singles and couples, Tuesdays, 6:30-8:30 p.m, Camden Community Center, 3369 Union Ave., San Jose, First three nights free, $5/class thereafter, Call Jackie at 408-663-1477, c-p-s-d.org, Ballroom Dancing: Ballroom dancers of all ages are welcome, Mondays, 7-9 p.m, DJs and bands provide the music, Air conditioning, wood floor, light refreshments and convenient parking, $6 per person, Camden Community Center, 3369 Union Ave., San Jose, 408-559-6209..

Another highlight comes on the afternoon of June 10 at the Asian Art Museum with Korean dance master Il Hyun Kim performing a Shamanic dance linked to a piece by artist Sun K. Kwak that explores the spiritual and cosmological themes of the museum’s “Phantoms of Asia” exhibition. And on Saturday, June 16, the festival takes up residence at Yerba Buena Center for the Arts’ Novellus Theater for the rest of its run. “The thing that’s so unique about the festival is that all the people who participate are from this region,” says Carvajal, who helped spark the Bay Area’s flourishing dance scene in the 1970s with his company Spectrum. “At the international festivals I used to attend when I was performing in Europe, the companies all came from other countries. But this region draws masters from all over the world, and they set up companies and start teaching. The festival showcases what an amazing treasure our scene is here.”.

Lately, 1.6 million people a year have been making their way up the hill for what the CEO calls “the most visited visual arts institution west of Washington, D.C.”, “We’ve got lectures, we’ve got concerts, we’ve got readings and family festival events,” he says, In March, the Getty Center will roll out the red carpet for the community when it hosts a 20th birthday bash with music, dance, games and crafts for all dancing ballet pointe shoes: 8x10 dance photography fine art print. available as a canvas, print or card. ages, There’s also a Robert Polidori photography exhibit featuring behind-the- scenes images shot during the Getty’s construction, and an Art and Ideas podcast series with Cuno interviewing Getty architect Richard Meier, as well as others with tales to tell about the center’s growing impact as an international cultural and philanthropic organization..

“It was my first time posting a selfie on #selfiesunday so I thought the quote was fitting,” Brandon says. No matter where he is or what’s in the background, he always makes sure to angle his face to the left, his “better” side, and comb his hair to the left. “I just think it looks better, and when I like the way I look, it motivates me,” he says. “It makes me feel more confident.”. Even when he’s not at his best, positive comments can help lift his spirits. Recently, Brandon posted a selfie looking stressed out and frustrated with a pile of homework behind him. One of his 700 followers responded, “I feel the same way.” “It made me feel like I wasn’t alone,” he says.