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Sell Successfully to the World on Etsy
Dates:Tuesday, September 22, 2015
Title:Sell Successfully to the World on Etsy
Description:Afraid to sell on Etsy because the jewelry category is heavily saturated? Or maybe you've listed a few items and you can't find your products in a search, or your product shows up on page 156? Staci has been selling jewelry on Etsy for over 7 years and, on average, more than $1000 a month. In this class she can show you simple strategies that can help you do the same! In this class we will discuss the "key phrases" that are essential for you to become relevant and found on Etsy. We will explore how to communicate to our ideal client through our branding, social media, advertising, product photography, and styling. It is possible to have success on Etsy, but it does take a lot of work, and you need to be consistent. This is an advanced seminar. Please join us!
Times:9:00AM - 12:00PM

Ragamala Dance Company
Dates:Tuesday, September 22, 2015
Title:Ragamala Dance Company
Description:Ragamala Dance Company Song of the Jasmine Ranee Ramaswamy, Aparna Ramaswamy, and Rudresh Mahanthappa, creators 7:30 pm Tuesday, September 22, 2015 Eisenhower Auditorium “You don’t generally go to a performance of Bharatanatyam, the classical South Indian dance style, expecting to want to get up and dance. The form inspires a more removed kind of reverence … ,” observes a New York Times reviewer. “But … Ragamala Dance, a Bharatanatyam company from Minneapolis, upended that expectation with the New York premiere of Song of the Jasmine, a soulful, imaginative, and rhythmically contagious collaboration with the superb jazz composer and alto saxophonist Rudresh Mahanthappa.” Born in 1992 from the creative vision of mother and daughter Ranee and Aparna Ramaswamy—co-artistic directors, choreographers, and principal dancers—Ragamala investigates the ancient origins and contemporary possibilities of Indian classical dance. The Ramaswamys, both born in India, embrace the philosophy, spirituality, myth, and mysticism of their heritage to create not works but worlds—visceral, universal experiences that use Indian art forms to express their contemporary point of view. Song of the Jasmine, which features the Ramaswamys and three other dancers, takes its inspiration from “Sacred Sayings of the Goddess,” a poem by the female mystic Andal. While no words are spoken or sung during the evening-length performance, the poem’s notions of the sacred and the sensual are explored in dance set to music played onstage by Mahanthappa and four other musicians on guitar, Indian flute, percussion, and violin. Buy Tickets Adult $38 University Park Student $19 18 and Younger $28
Times:7:30PM - 10:00PM

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