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The shoes (ballet that is) fit in Saratoga Springs

Judith Aratoli Tully's "Palazzo Riggi Pampered Pups," one of the 24 giant ballet pointe shoe sculptures at the National Museum of Dance in Saratoga Springs on Friday.
Photographer: Patrick Dodson
Judith Aratoli Tully's "Palazzo Riggi Pampered Pups," one of the 24 giant ballet pointe shoe sculptures at the National Museum of Dance in Saratoga Springs on Friday.
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Friday marked the beginning of a big push for art in Saratoga Springs by the National Museum of Dance and Hall of Fame. Twenty-five 5-foot-tall fiberglass ballet pointe shoe sculptures were unveiled Friday in an exhibit at the South Broadway facility. “I think this is one way for everyone to see them and the sponsors and the artists to see all the stuff that they’ve been working on,” said Donna Skiff, museum director. “We’ll have ...


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