Running Crew, Amiot, and Arai
Follow youth in the San Francisco Running Crew, Brava's 3-month intensive job training program in theatrical technical skills.
See how Canadian sculptor Patrick Amiot has changed the town Sebastopol with his junk sculptures.
Learn how Lucy Arai has transformed a traditional Japanese stitching technique to create her own personal art.
Take a class with Sally Streets, who has been teaching at the Berkeley Ballet Theater for more than 25 years.
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Witness how Lucy Arai's stitching has developed in unique ways.
See how Sebastopol has changed since sculptor Patrick Amiot moved into town.
Meet the San Francisco Running Crew consisting of youth hoping to find careers in the theater.
Catch up with Salley Streets while she prepares the Berkeley Ballet Theater for their annual spring performance.
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