professional pointe shoes – TITLE: "Fifth Position"Medium: Fine art print (unframed)Print sizes 5"x7", 8"x10", 11"x14", 20"x24", 20"x30"Orientation: VerticalThis fine art photograph features a ballerina's feet demonstrating a lovely 5th position. Side stage lighting highlights her feet as she waits in anticipation for her musical cue. Professionally printed by third party photo lab on high quality photo paper. Available in several sizes- 5"x7", 8"x10", 11"x14, 20"x24"and 20"x30". Any dancer or instructor would love to have this inspirational photo on their wall or in the dance studio. Customization available-Add a name or inspirational message to this photo. Upon checkout simply type the message or name in the message to owner box. Photo will be left blank unless specified. I will send a proof in a message to buyer after message has been added to final approval before printing. Please allow an additional 1-2 days processing to complete the final rendering if selecting customization. FREE SHIPPING TO ANYWHERE IN THE US!Watermark does not appear on print. Several size options available. Packaging varies according to size selected- small prints (flat envelopes) large prints (sturdy cardboard tubes)Allow 3-5 days for processing and printingThere may be slight modifications to crop depending on size selected.Custom orders are welcome if you need a print in a size that is not listed or if you have any other special requests. Please feel free to contact me. Copyright: Miriam Scigliano Photography may not be reproduced or resold without the express permission of the artist.More photos like this-https://www.etsy.com/shop/MiriamScigliano?ref=hdr_shop_menu
HOUSE OF BOOS AND CHEERS: Woodward conceded to being taken aback when he heard some jeering as San Jose Silicon Valley CEO Matt Mahood announced the list of elected officials attending the dinner. “I loved that there was the guy who got all the boos,” Woodward said. Then, he said, he was told backstage it was the traditional greeting for Larry Stone, the county assessor — and he immediately understood. The Chamber also presented its Excellence in Education awards at the dinner. Alejandra Bonilla of San Jose High School was recognized as Student of the Year; Michelle Goetowski of Village School in the Campbell Union School District received the Teacher of the Year Award; and Lincoln High School’s Matthew Hewitson was honored as Principal of the Year professional pointe shoes.
Longtime downtown San Jose restaurant owner Steve Borkenhagen was presented with this year’s Community Leadership award for his devotion to downtown and support of the arts. After the audience was shown a video with friends lauding Borkenhagen’s accomplishments over the past four decades, he quipped, “Now you don’t have to go to the funeral. And I’m sure some of you are relieved.”. WINNING CONCEPT: San Pedro Square restaurant Olla Cocina was definitely deserving of the Golden Nail Award it received from the San Jose Downtown Association on Friday morning professional pointe shoes. The award — presented to owner Mike Messinger and Jorge Romero of Habitec Architecture and Design — celebrated the makeover of the space, which used to be home to La Pinata and Blake’s Steakhouse. If you haven’t been in yet, it’s worth a visit to check out the details, from the Mexican cinder block partitions to the pergola that used century-old reclaimed wood from a garage that was once across the street. There’s no doubt it’s one of the most visually interesting restaurants in San Jose today — and the food and cocktails are pretty good, too..
‘NUTCRACKER’ SURPRISE: After a year’s hiatus, Symphony Silicon Valley’s educational outreach program, ArtSPARK, is returning for a special performance next week. About 2,500 fifth grade children and their teachers from 25 schools will be treated to “The Nutcracker,” performed by the symphony orchestra and Ballet Stars of Moscow Company at the Center for the Performing Arts on Thursday. A stocking-full of donors, including Diane and Lee Brandenburg, Yahoo Employees Foundation, the Kirven-Morse Family Fund, the Leeson Foundation and the city of San Jose made the free performance possible. The kids are getting a special preview, too, as the regular performances of the show don’t begin until Dec professional pointe shoes. 16 and run through Dec. 24..
“Arts experiences like this can change lives,” Symphony President Andrew Bales said. “Engagement in the arts helps students develop out-of-the-box thinking, teamwork, self-discipline – every aspect of creativity. With ArtSPARK events, we hope to ignite students’ interest and motivation to go further; and teachers tell us it works.”. Something else that works, according to Bales: Mineta San Jose International Airport’s new European connections: The dancers from the Ballet Stars of Moscow are arriving on Sunday on Lufthansa and will be able to fly in directly to San Jose instead of having to make a pitstop a little farther north professional pointe shoes. By the way, you can get tickets to the show at www.symphonysiliconvalley.org..
RUNNING OF THE SANTAS: The TiVO Santa Run is coming up Dec. 18, and it’s hard to believe that the festive 5K race that has thousands of Santas running through the streets of San Jose has hit its fifth anniversary. The race was launched by the Silicon Valley Leadersh. ip Group Foundation to support two downtown holiday traditions, Christmas in the Park and the Downtown Ice skating rink. Leadership Group CEO Carl Guardino says the 4,200 participants expected will get a little something extra in their stockings: This year’s finishers medals detach from their ribbons and double as Christmas tree ornaments. And the finish line of the afternoon race will again include a snow machine and milk and cookies. And Umpqua Bank is providing a hot chocolate truck to warm things up for the runners in the 2 p.m. Kids Reindeer Run and the 3 p.m. Santa Run. There’s still time to register — about 200 spots remain– at SantaRunSV.com professional pointe shoes.