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Visitors are grabbed right away by Omar Mismar‘s striking installation, a walking route of red neon that becomes more interesting when you discover it’s the path he took one day through San Francisco following a man’s location through an online dating app toddler green ballet flats. It’s an unexpected intersection of art and technology. There are also a few pieces commissioned by the museum in the show that speak even more directly to the theme of protest. In the same area, Lordy Rodriguez‘s “City of Marches,” a piece commissioned by the San Jose Museum of Art, lays significant protest marches, death marches and parades from around the world onto the same city grid. Look closely and you’ll see the paths for both the 2017 Women’s March and this year’s March for Our Lives in San Jose on the map..

Equally compelling is a collection from Dutch artist Lara Schnitger‘s “Suffragette City” project, a celebration of women’s empowerment toddler green ballet flats. The wearable art and banners from the collection will be used as part of a protest march that Schnitger will lead through downtown San Jose on Jan. 12.  This is actually a good thing for San Jose: The march has previously been enacted in New York City, Basel, Dresden, Los Angeles and Berlin, as well as at the Women’s March in Washington, D.C. last year..

The exhibition is also part of “New Terrains: Mobility and Migration,” a collaboration among 30 South Bay groups that aims to show how bodies — in many senses of the word — move through political and social spaces. The New Terrains effort kicks off at the exhibition’s opening celebration Nov. 15, which will also feature performances and presentations by the Montalvo Arts Center, Mosaic Silicon Valley and San Jose Jazz. LIBRARY GIVES KIDS A BREAK: As the parent of two kids who have a tendency to lose track of both time and library books, the San Jose Public Library’s new initiative to make all children’s materials exempt from overdue fines is a godsend toddler green ballet flats. The program, with the cute name “Breaking Barriers, not Piggy Banks,” was approved by the city council over the summer and library spokeswoman Nancy Macias says its goal is to get more kids to access library materials without worrying about the impact late fees may have on tight family budgets..

This is a good follow-up to the library’s amnesty program for kids enacted a couple summers ago, though I know some critics will complain that it encourages kids to be irresponsible with books that don’t belong to them. Children’s and Young Adult items that are lost or aren’t returned after 28 days will still be charged a fee to replace the item. But seriously, when too many kids are holding onto books for too long, that’s a problem worth having toddler green ballet flats. ‘SAN JOSE NUTCRACKER’ EXPANDS: San Jose’s New Ballet is enhancing this year’s production of “The San Jose Nutcracker” through collaborations with Los Lupeños Juvenil, the College of Adaptive Arts, the Ragazzi Boys Chorus and drag artist George Downes..

Dancers from Los Lupeños will perform alongside New Ballet Studio Company dancers, the Ragazzi singers will perform as part of the Land of Snow, and Downes — whose stage name is Woo Woo Monroe — will bring flair to the role of Casa de Fruta, who leads the dancing cherries, apricots and plums in the second act. Related ArticlesSan Jose dive bar with a bad reputation reinventing itselfNew role for former Santa Clara County Supervisor Ken YeagerCity Lights’ ‘Eurydice’: A bilingual production with a twistReaders’ ideas for changing Burnett Middle School nameEggs-citing news for San Jose City Hall’s resident falconsNew Ballet Director Dalia Rawson says she’s thrilled to be expanding the show’s reach through these collaborations. She advises people to get their tickets early for the Dec. 14-24 run at the Hammer Theatre Center in downtown San Jose since every single previous performance has sold out in the past toddler green ballet flats. Go to www.sanjosenutcracker.com for details..

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