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Parent/Youth Pottery - LIFE1778
with TJ Storer
Enjoy an introduction to the creative side of clay, hand building and glazing with your child. Bring your imagination for weekly projects and family fun each evening. All clay, glaze, firing and tools provided. Cost includes one child. $50 for one additional child. Limit two children per adult.
Basics of Drawing - LIFE 2048
with Pamela Hickman
This will be a fun class for those who always wanted to learn to draw but did not want to commit to the time and cost of a credited class. Basics in shape, form, light, placement, shading and terminology will be taught. By the end of the course, students will have completed one composition that will give them the basic knowledge that creates the illusion of 3-dimensional space on a 1-dimensional canvas.
NO CLASS NOV. 22
Discover Peace, Meaning and Fun in Your Retirement - LIFE 2070
with Brenda Crawford
What does retirement mean to you? This can be a difficult question for some to answer. Join us as we delve into how to plan your best retirement.
What Went Right, What Went Wrong Gardening for Success - LIFE 2072
with Catherine Wissner
Gardening in Wyoming can be challenging. There are ways to make it work and be successful. Bring your questions, plant samples, we will cover why things didn't work and how to correct the issue for the next growing season. I will cover basics of soil, irrigation, tree care, vegetable gardens, prairie care and more.
Adult Pottery - LIFE 1781
with TJ Storer
** The dates posted in the print schedule are incorrect. The correct dates for this class are 9/6-11/15. We apologize for any confusion.
Come play in the mud and learn about how to build things out of clay. Learn the methods of shaping, glazing and firing. Exploration and imagination strongly encouraged. All clay, glaze, firing and tools provided. All levels welcome. Come play in the mud!
NO CLASS ON OCTOBER 18.
Practical Italian 2 - LIFE 1998
with Dennis Dicampli
Ciao di nuovo! Hello again! How would you like to futher improve your Italian language proficiency? If so, this is the course for you! The aim of this course is to further develop your listening, reading, writing, and speaking skills through in-class communicative activities. This course will expose you to enhanced practical grammatical and vocabulary functions, as well as a review of Italian patterns you have previously studied! This Italian course will also explore contemporary Italian culture that will serve you well not only in-class, but also in the real world!
Jewelry and Metals Open Studio - LIFE 2046
with John Heller
The Open Studio allows students to use the equipment in the Metals Laboratory to create small artistic pieces in silver, copper, and brass (no iron or steel), enamel, repoussé and cut, grind, polish, and set semi-precious stones. The studio not only presents the opportunity to use equipment in a safe environment that the student may not have at home but to also interact with other artists in a synergetic manner. This is not primarily an instructional course; only limited assistance is available. Students are responsible for providing all the components for their projects and their consumable supplies. For instance, saw frames are available but saw blades are not provided. There will be an Equipment Review and a Safety Test students must pass before they will be cleared for the use of the equipment.
NO CLASS NOV. 23
Conversational French 1 - LIFE 1839
with Dennis Dicampli
Bonjour! This is the course for you even if you have no previous experience with the French language! This course emphasizes proficiency, with attention to speaking and listening skills, self-expression, and cultural insights. Classroom activities are varied, interactive, and focused on acquiring listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills simultaneously - always in the context of French culture. Textbook included.