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I have emerged from the depths of exams, papers and choreography showings to take a nice breath of Dd air! It’s that time of the semester again for me, and the increased amount of doodles in my notebooks reveals my struggles to stay focused. Even in a class as awesome as 20th Century Art, my thoughts have been drifting further than usual. Here’s an example:



I was wearing this dress in my dream the other night (way to go subconscious!) and it found its way into my daydreams as well. In the dream it was sort of a kelly green, but I’m thinking maybe hunter or a mossy green would be nice? The lighter shade on top is mesh and the dark part is satin (?)















I started to riff off of the first dress and come up with some other ones, but I didn’t have time to really finish before the lecture was over.

(Please ignore the snip-its of actual Art History notes)


Can’t you see the influence of LOLAstretch with my use of mesh?!


Now, I am NO designer. Nor can I actually sew anything besides ribbons on my pointe shoes or a simple stitch here or there.

That being said, here is the beginning of my post-semester DIYto-do list:

-Learn to sew

-Finish the piles of unfinished crochet projects I have laying around

-Finish reading Apollo’s Angels


To anyone else suffering with midterms- hang in there! After this hump, summer will finally be (somewhat) in sight! All together now…”Aaaah.” 🙂

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Written by Nicole Cerutti

Nicole Cerutti is a ballet-turned-modern dancer and arts enthusiast originally from Tampa Bay, Fla. Nicole pursued dance at Walnut Hill School for the Arts, Pittsburgh Ballet Theater, and earned a bachelor’s degree from Barnard College at Columbia University. She currently lives in Brooklyn with Holly Golightly the Cat.