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American Sign Language II

$75

with Martin Samelson

Calendar Jan 22, 2019 at 6 pm

ASL II will begin with a brief review of ASL I (basic sign language communication). ASL II is designed to raise your skill level and be a "user-friendly" place to practice the sign alphabet, finger-spelling, numbers, vocabulary (hand-shape, location, movement), and familiar phrases. Our goal is to increase your awareness of Deaf culture and build confidence for communication with Deaf and Hard of Hearing family, friends, co-workers and customers.  Serious high school students, "baby sign" users, and Late-Deafened adults are welcome. Some previous sign language experience is helpful, but not necessary.  Join Martin Samelson, energetic ASL college professor and job coach for the Deaf, in learning how to communicate without voice. ASL is a visual language so no textbook is required. ASL II includes 1 practice sessions prior to start of course, in addition to regularly scheduled classroom lesson. Practice sessions will review ASL I material to increase skill level and preview ASL II material so you can get a running start on new vocabulary and grammar.  Your comfort and skill will increase by attending the practice session.

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Gentle Yoga: Session III

$55

with Tanji Johnston

Calendar Jan 9, 2019 at 5 pm

Join us and explore the benefits of yoga!  Learn to quiet the mind and body using basic yoga postures and breathwork techniques. Develop strategies to reduce stress and calm your mind. This fun and accessible class is open to all levels. Mats and props are available. 

Full Course

Independent Watercolor Projects

$85

with Beth Dunfee

Calendar Jan 10, 2019 at 6 pm

Are you an experienced painter looking for a little guidance here and there? Then this is the course for you! This course is for someone who has dabbled in watercolor (perhaps by taking the previous two classes listed here) and is looking for the space, time and a little instruction to advance their skills! Students choose their subjects and projects, and will range from painting fromlife and/or photographs. Please supply your own materials.

Moderate Yoga: Session III

$55

with Tanji Johnston

Calendar Jan 9, 2019 at 6:15 pm

Explore new ways to deepen your yoga practice! Focus on basic, intermediate and yin yoga postures, breathwork, and meditation techniques to cultivate a more peaceful body and mind. Some previous yoga experience will be helpful. Join the fun and learn about the benefits of yoga practice for your health!

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Printmaking

$89
Calendar Jan 16, 2019 at 6 pm

Discover the fun in printmaking! This course is designed for the beginner printmaker (little to no experience necessary), and will focus on mono-printing and relief printing. Learn about the history and processes of printmaking, ranging from intaglio to block printing. We will use hands-on materials such as styrofoam plates, gelli blocks, and EZ-Cut material to create our own monoprints and relief prints. We will explore colors, patterns, and textures in our prints and make multiples. Don’t miss this opportunity to discover your inner artist! Materials included.

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Studio Artisane: Open Studio

$35

with Sandrine Moser

Calendar Feb 8, 2019 at 5:30 pm

Studio Artisane offers Open Studio sessions, where participants can bring their own projects and consult the instructor on developing skils, learning techniques and using equipment. Participants must supply their own materials and project ideas. Please keep long hair tied back, wear closed-toe shoes, and do not wear jewelry.

Sandrine Moser is originally from a little town in Southern France. Sandrine’s woodworking career began in 2012 by building furniture for her daughter’s dolls. From there, she pursued her love for the craft with bigger pieces by building all the furniture in her house, including bookshelves, tables, and beds. Sandrine wants to empower her students by teaching them to confidently build their own projects. She wants her students to be proud to say “I built it!”

Studio Artisane: Parent and Child

$45

with Sandrine Moser

Calendar Jan 24, 2019 at 5:30 pm

Sandrine Moser is originally from a little town in Southern France. Sandrine’s woodworking career began in 2012 by building furniture for her daughter’s dolls. From there, she pursued her love for the craft with bigger pieces by building all the furniture in her house, including bookshelves, tables, and beds. Sandrine wants to empower her students by teaching them to confidently build their own projects. She wants her students to be proud to say “I built it!” Materials fee of $25 paid to instructor.

This class will focus on building a doll-sized bunk bed.

Tai Chi II

$99

with Heather McLean

Calendar Jan 7, 2019 at 6 pm

Discover the health benefits of T’ai Chi Ch’uan! Based on the Taoist philosophy, T’ai Chi Ch’uan movements are based on the balance of opposites of Yin and Yang. Although originally developed as a martial art, it hasbecome popular as a form of moving meditation with numerous health benefits! T’ai Chi Ch’uan can lower stress and blood pressure, decrease the likelihood of falling, improve coordination, and so much more! Learn two new movements each week and familiarize yourself with the Yang style slow set. Please wear loose clothing and flat shoes for the best mobility. (No class 1/21/19 and 2/18/19) 





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