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1/12 victorian ballet shoes dollshouse miniature hand made by bea antiche french style

1/12 victorian ballet shoes dollshouse miniature hand made by bea antiche french style

If Saturday’s deadline is met, another one looms. Company officials estimate they will need to have raised $3.5 million by October to reboot the company’s business model and re-brand itself as Silicon Valley Ballet. The troupe, now led by ballet star Jose Manuel Carreno, wants to raise its profile and draw patrons from a wider area. The ballet, which joined forces with New York’s American Ballet Theatre in 2012, has been plagued with financial setbacks over the years. Certain productions have failed to generate the expected box office, and the company’s biggest patron, John Fry, CEO of Fry’s Electronics, has cut back on his support. The company has responded with such belt-tightening moves as eliminating some performances and dropping live music accompaniment on others.

7 Patti Smith and Anna Halprin: Two intriguing exhibits open at Mills College 1/12 victorian ballet shoes dollshouse miniature hand made by bea antiche french style in Oakland next week, One is “Root Connections: 20 Years of the Patti Smith Collection,” featuring poetry, music and visual arts centered on the rock icon taken from the college’s permanent collection, The other is “The 96th Ritual (for Anna Halprin),” which uses photographs, videos and other items to document a 2015 tribute in San Francisco to the groundbreaking dancer and choreographer staged by the InkBoat dance/theater company. Details: Both exhibits run Sept, 14 through Dec, 11; Mills College Art Museum, Oakland; free; mcam.mills.edu..

Fair Trade U.S.A., a nonprofit that was founded in 1998 to audit products to make sure workers overseas are paid fair wages and work in safe conditions, is hoping to appeal to shoppers who care about where their clothing is made. In 2010, it expanded the list of products that it certifies beyond coffee, sugar and spices to include clothing. The organization, known for its black, green and white label with an image of a person holding a bowl in front of a globe, says it’s working with small businesses like PrAna, which sells yoga pants and other sportswear items to merchants like REI and Zappos. It also says it’s in discussions with other big-name brands that it declined to name.

In the catalog which accompanies the show, Eleanor Eichenbaum writes, “Viewing Hitchcock’s works evokes the tension between believability and slippage in dreams.” Hitchcock, who earned her MFA from Yale University, has taught painting and drawing at Brown University and the Rhode Island School of Design, among other institutions, The 1/12 victorian ballet shoes dollshouse miniature hand made by bea antiche french style artist will offer a talk about her work at the opening reception, Preceding that reception, the museum will hold a Fundraiser Brunch from 12:30 to 2 p.m, as a benefit for the Wiegand Gallery Endowment Fund, Tickets are $75; to reserve a spot, call 650-508-3595 or email artgallery@ndnu.edu..

Walnut Creek Oktoberfest: Saturday, Oct. 15. Biergarten, gourmet food booths, harvest-themed arts and crafts, plus Kinder Platz with pumpkin patch, rides and activities for children.The Karl Lebherz Band will play from noon to 4 p.m. in front of Massimo’s Ristorante.Other festival music planned by Livewire, Lumberyard and Neon Velvet. 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. along Locust Street and Bonanza Street downtown. Admission free; food, beer extra. www.walnutcreekdowntown.com. Peninsula Oktoberfest: Saturday, Oct. 15. Hiller Aviation Museum again hosts the Peninsula Oktoberfest. Live music (Bayern Maiden, Rockin’ Oktoberfest Band, San Mateo Elks Band), German beers plus American microbrews and German food to purchase. 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. outside the museum at 601 Skyway Road, San Carlos. Admission, $18 (glass, one beer); $16 (non-drinking adult); $11 (kids, seniors); kids 4 and under get in free. www.hiller.org.

 
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