CLASSES - Wednesday PM
  Fall 2018 Schedule  8 week courses unless otherwise noted
This studio will be open to all levels of painting with acrylics. There will only be a facilitator (not a teacher) but there will be fellow students willing to help and share their painting skills. Please bring your own supplies. This will be a fun time to come paint and create! If you have any questions, please feel free to call Kaye (512-774-8796). Limit 20
Kaye Labaj, Facilitator
12:45—3:15 P.M. Wednesday, Starts Sept. 12
Belmont Village Senior Living West Lake Hills
4310 Bee Cave Road (78746)
This class will take a beginning quilter through learning to cut accurately, sew accurately and produce a quilt top. We will have an overview of the quilting process needed to finish the quilt. We will use Alex Anderson’s book, Start Quilting with Alex Anderson (3rd Edition) and focus on the Log Cabin quilt. (There may be a cost for the supplies in addition to the book.) Limit 12.
Susan Tennison
1:00—3:00 P.M. Wednesday, Starts Sept. 12
Christ Lutheran Church
300 E. Monroe Street (78704)
If you have had Beginner Italian 1 and wish to continue to improve grammar, vocabulary and conversational skills, this is the course for you. The instructor is a native speaker of Italian and an experienced language teacher and learner. She will advise about level readiness and textbook at the first class meeting. Please bring $2 to cover cost of copies. Note that to enroll in this BEGINNER 2 class, some knowledge—one or two semesters—of Italian is required. Limit 20.
Tina Polo
1:00—3:00 P.M. Wednesday, Starts Sept. 12
Highland Park Baptist Church
5206 Balcones Drive (78731)
Lyrical Photography is more poetic, more fictional, than a photo-journalistic document or a snapshot. It is descriptive, yet it describes some sense that lies below the surface. It is also more personal, and perhaps, even more honest than traditional photography. The course will explore how to create lyrical photography—photography that tells a story—by looking at the masters, past and present, of "lyrical photography." It will ask, how do we use photography to tell a story that differentiates one place or one person from another? How do we create our own personal lyrical style of photography? This is not a technical "how-to" photography course. Limit 25.
Frank Mills
1:00—3:00 P.M. Wednesday, Starts Sept. 12
Northwest Recreation Center
2913 Northland Drive (78757)
Using the Scribner Anthology of Contemporary Short Fiction, 2nd ed., we'll discuss writers spanning the last quarter of the 20th century, starting with Russell Banks' "Sarah Cole: A Type of Love Story." Limit 25.   CLOSED CLASS
Linda Ringer Leff
1:30—3:30 P.M. Wednesday, Starts Sept. 12
Highland Park Baptist Church
5206 Balcones Drive (78731)

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