You are welcome to use our machine for free or bring your own. Gain valuable hands-on experience making basic, event and seasonal floral arrangements.Students take home practice arrangements after each class.Imagine arriving at a train station and discovering a man singing beautifully to himself.But what if he were singing to 200 people all over the station who were listening to him, seven other singers, and a live orchestra via wireless headphones?Gain valuable hands-on experience making basic, event and seasonal floral arrangements. Ideal for beginners as well as students returning to art classes after a long absence. The complete cycle of making pottery will be introduced, as well as beginning of decorating with different medium, such as underglazes and unglobes. Come experience our studio location as THE MASTERS takes over during the NEW Long Beach Art Walk!Students take home practice arrangements after each class. Our studio will be filled with talented artist’s interpretations of famous artists work including Van Gogh, Monet, Picasso, Dali, and more!I specialize in understanding and articulating preferred communication styles and promote empathetic listening as well as expressing and understanding personal needs."""There is no light without shadow and no psychic wholeness without imperfection..calls not for perfection but for completeness..." We live in a demanding culture of "shoulds", moving at lightning speed and inciting disdain instead of compassion, for expression of feelings, emotion, pain and suffering.We are expected to maintain composure and even thrive despite hardships.
Yet Southern California civic officials have flouted those warnings, allowing a surge in home building near traffic pollution, according to a Los Angeles Times analysis of U. Census data, building permits and other government records.Public funds, including millions of dollars from California’s cap-and-trade program to cut greenhouse gas emissions, are going to developers to build new homes in freeway pollution hot spots.The population near Los Angeles freeways is growing faster than elsewhere in the city as planners push developers to concentrate new housing near transportation hubs, convinced that increasing urban density will help meet state targets for greenhouse gas reductions.Based on Italo Calvino’s beloved novel, is hauntingly adapted by composer Christopher Cerrone as a seventy-minute meditation on urban life, memory, and human connection.Cerrone’s fragile, quiet score attempts to capture “decaying sounds” through the use of found objects such as instruments and pre-recorded voices interweaving with live voices.