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Intermediate Acrylics ARTS 067.51, CRN 16703
Apr 3, 2023 at 6:15 pm
Continue your exploration in acrylics. In this class, you will learn the importance of underpaintings and different lightning situations. We will explore different techniques to get to your desired style and the importance of warm and cool colors. This class takes you from acrylic sketches to finished paintings. Most students will finish 1-2 paintings. All levels welcome but class is geared to beginners. Materials NOT included. Typically $100 in materials. Instructor Melissa Pandina.
Conversational French 2 LANG 006.51, CRN 15714
with IngridL Vega
Apr 4, 2023 at 6 pm
Introduction to the French culture via fun conversations. The goal of the class is to emphasize the ability of each student to discuss topics such as holidays, services and travel using everyday expressions. The class will prepare you with the basic foundation for a safe and fun “sejour” in France or other francophone countries. At the end of the course, you will have a better understanding of the French culture and will be more confident in conversing in French. Suggested prerequisite: a basic knowledge in French grammar. Instructor Ingrid Vega.
Introduction to Pastel ARTS 058.51, CRN 16702
Apr 4, 2023 at 6:15 pm
Did you love drawing with chalk as a child? Then this class is for you. Pastels are softer and more vibrant than your childhood chalk. Laying at the midpoint between drawing and painting, final pieces can be either emotive and painterly or detailed and realistic. In this class we will look at landscapes, portraits and still lifes as subjects. We will be discussing hard and soft pastels, pastel pencils, paper choices, fixatives and how to blend and use colors and different techniques to get different results. Come to play and get your hands dirty. Materials not included. Materials run $50 - 100. Instructor: Melissa Pandina.
Conversational Polish 2 LANG 044.51, CRN 16235
with Karolina Kopczynski
Apr 6, 2023 at 6 pm
Build upon key sounds, vocabulary, and phrases, Use everyday expressions: discuss topics such as shopping, holidays and travel and making arrangements while having fun in the process. Instructor: Karolyna Kopczynski.
Meal Prep for Diabetes Lab & "Counting Those Carbs" Lecture FOOD 092.55, CRN 16730
Apr 6, 2023 at 6 pm
Do you or a loved one have diabetes? Did you know even some of your favorite foods can fit into a healthy routine...especially carbs? Balancing foods across various nutrient groups can help with blood sugar management. Making small adjustments to your daily meal plan does not have to be hard or boring. Oftentimes adding in sources of healthy fats, whole grains and high fiber fruits and vegetables can boost flavor and variety. Join Registered Dietitian, Marissa Chiapperino, to learn tips for preparing diabetes-friendly meals. This 3-part cook-along series will cover basic macronutrient information as well as recipes to make different meals including dessert!
Vegan Cooking FOOD 090.51, CRN 16712
Apr 7, 2023 at 6 pm
The menu: Pan Seared Scallops with a Creamy Corn Risotto & Confit Tomatoes". A flavorful and rich entree that will satisfy your cravings. However, we are completely Plant-Based. In this course, we will transform King Oyster Mushrooms into delicious "scallops", make a creamy risotto without the use of cream, and compose a dish that is balanced and flavorful. Discover the art of infusing and layering flavors that will satisfy even those who shy away from plant -based cooking.
PICKLEBALL Intermediate Continued CRN 16785.53
Apr 8, 2023 at 8 am
Develop an understanding of court positioning; work on sustaining longer rallies; improving strokes, volley and drop shots; focus on moving to the NVZ line
Location: Bartley Athletic Center, HCC
Heart Healthy Lunch Lab & "What is a Fat" Lecture FOOD 091.56, CRN 16736
Apr 11, 2023 at 6 pm
Do you or a loved one have a family history of heart disease? Did you know certain foods can lower your risk of heart disease or help to manage it, while other foods may increase your risk? Making heart healthy changes to your daily meal plan does not have to be hard or boring. Oftentimes adding in sources of healthy fats, whole grains and high fiber fruits and vegetables can boost flavor and decrease your risk for chronic disease. Join Registered Dietitian, Marissa Chiapperino, to learn tips for preparing heart-healthy meals. This 3-part cook-along series will cover basic heart healthy nutrition information as well as recipes to make 3 different meals including dessert!