|Location||Tilden Arts Ctr. Building|
|Session||Second 6 weeks 10/24|
This class will introduce beginners to drawing and perspective principles needed to complete a watercolor composition using the dry and wet-on-wet approaches. Following class demonstration, students will work on their own paintings with the guidance of the teacher.The extended time (2:30-5:30 p.m.) will give students time to set up, work, and clean up after each class. Note: The coordinator will send enrolled students a list of required materials (estimated cost: $150) prior to the fist class. Please notify the office if you do not receive a list of materials at least three weeks before the class starts.
Coordinator: Mary Lou Mack
Mary Lou has been painting for many years. She has concentrated on watercolor since 1981, when she started taking classes at Bay Path College with Jack Flynn, an American Watercolor Society member. Since then she has travelled and taken workshops with many prominent watercolor artists. Her landscapes and seascapes are drawn from extensive travel on three continents. She has exhibited her work in galleries, one and two women shows, and juried exhibitions.
|Women's Lives Then and Now: The Case of Cagney & Lacey and Rizzoli & Isles|
|Session||12 weeks 9/12|
By considering two female buddy cop TV duos of the 1980s and 2010s we will look at issues in and out of the workplace in our own lives and in the lives of the characters. A backdrop of a male-dominated profession will help us delve into womens and mens roles during decades of change: How have these issues evolved? What has changed? What hasnt? Familiarity with the two television programs is not required.
Coordinator: Nancy Weida
Nancy is a retired university professor and former department chair. She has taught a variety of courses at A.L.L