Nearly 31 years have passed since George Balanchine, the prolific and pioneering 20th century choreographer, died on April 30th 1983. Yet the New York City Ballet, the company he co-founded with Lincoln Kirstein 80 years ago, continues to revere and remember him with equal parts fondness and awe. That legacy of love and respect for Mr. B was especially evident on January 25th 2014, the 4th annual celebration of “Saturday at the…Continue
Added by Sondra Forsyth on January 29, 2014 at 12:42pm — No Comments
What to do when it's 4 degrees out and you have only a pile of camisole leotards? Convert a camisole leotard into a long sleeve leo by upcycling a sweater that has a pull or run in it.
1. FInd a sweater you are no longer using as a sweater due to a pull or run in the body (or other reason, like lots of holiday designs on the front).
2. Carfully remove the sleeve along the seam line at the shoulder. This works best with a sweater that has normal inset sleeves (the sleeve…Continue
Added by abc for dance on January 7, 2014 at 10:20pm — No Comments
A simple craft that will help absorb odors and moisture from your shoes while helping the shoes to retain their shape. Please note that a mesh fabric was used for demonstration purposes only. To avoid dust in your shoes, use a slightly tighter weave fabric - muslin would be a good choice.
1. Cut a rectangle of fabric that is as wide as the inside of your shoe and twice as long as the area you want to cover. To be effective you want to cover at least the front half of the…Continue
Added by abc for dance on January 5, 2014 at 10:13am — No Comments