Catch (and Release) of the Day. Put on our hip waders, make your way into the Bay, and use a seine net to catch (then release) the fish and other creatures that live here. For ages 10 and up. Registration Required. 9 to 11 a.m. March 12. Crab Cove Visitors Center, 1252 McKay Ave, Alameda. Free. 510-544-3187, www.ebparks.org. Spring Festival. The Harbor Bay Intercultural Committee celebrates the year of the monkey with their 18th Spring Festival featuring Lincoln Middle School music band, multicultural dances and music, karate and tai chi demos, lion dance, arts and crafts and more. 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. March 12, Harbor Bay Landing Shopping Center, Island Drive, Alameda. Free. 510-816-0333, firstname.lastname@example.org.
At Black Mountain, everybody studied everything, and Rauschenberg took classes in voice, dance, textile construction, photography, painting and more, His most influential teacher was artist Josef Albers, 10 ballet slipper charms (double sided) 20x13x2mm item:k6 “Albers’ rule is to make order,” Rauschenberg later said, “As for me, I consider myself successful only when I do something that resembles the lack of order I sense.”, Yet that there’s a logical order to the “disorder” throughout Rauschenberg’s career is certainly apparent in this exhibit, It begins with “Mother of God” circa 1950, a collage of city maps with a clipping about “an invaluable spiritual road map,” and ends with “Untitled (Runt),” a 2007 assemblage of geometric photographs that was one of his last completed works..
This year, the dancers decorated a room in the Ainsley House. The dancers will attend the Ainsley House holiday teas and pictures with Santa in full costume as entertainment for the community. The ballet will be performed Dec. 15 at 2 p.m. and 5:30 p.m. at the Campbell Heritage Theatre. Tickets are $15 for the performance only or $20 for the performance and entry into the Snowman Soirée, a meet and greet with the dancers following the performance. Tickets can be purchased from the Heritage Theatre Box Office in person, online at HeritageTheatre.org or by calling 408.886.2700.
Mike, (Jason Stojanovski, LEFT) and his younger self (Thomas Gorrebeeck) view playbacks of the defining play that changed his life in Colossal at SF Playhouse (Jessica Palopoli/SF Playhouse), Jon Tracy is known as one of the Bay Area s more imaginative stage directors, so his latest challenge should be right down 10 ballet slipper charms (double sided) 20x13x2mm item:k6 his alley, He s helming Colossal, Andrew Hinderaker s play about a severely injured football player which incorporates football scenes, modern dance, a drum line and a story that progresses in four 15-minute quarters captured on a large scoreboard clock (and there s even a halftime show), Colossal gets its West Coast premiere March 18-April 30 at San Francisco Playhouse; tickets are $20-$120; 415-677-9596, http://sfplayhouse.org.— Randy McMullen, Staff..
“So many people have been so supportive and giving, everyone from the Rotary Club to community members. Several people had fundraisers at their homes during the holiday season. I cannot say enough about how helpful and kind the community has been to assist the students,” he said. The choir tours annually and takes an out-of-state trip every third year. “It is absolutely the high point of the year for everybody. It is what has gotten the Mt. Eden choir known. And it’s good for students to see there are other people in this art form,” Rawdon said.
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