SPRING ENRICHMENT CLASSES
Creative Writing/Prose & Poetry (605)Scott Bade, Board Room
Tuesdays, April 9 - May 14
6:30 - 9 pm/6 weeks
We ll explore how language and imagination come together to make the literary arts we are passionate about. We will read, write and discuss contemporary poetry and prose in a range of styles. Each class will include in-class writing activities, reading and discussion, and will often include workshop discussion of one another s writing.
French Cinema for Conversation (607)Larissa Dugas, Conference Room 2
Wednesdays, April 10 " May 15
6:30 " 8:30 pm/6 weeks
Prerequisite: Previous study of French (mini- mum 3 college semesters or equivalent)
In this course, we will use French film as the basis for conversation, cultural analysis, vocabulary development, and grammar review. The course will be conducted in French. Please view the film Moli ¿½re (directed by Laurent Tirard) for the 2nd week of class.
Tai Chi (604a)Ed Kehoe, Auditorium
Wednesdays, April 10- May 15
Taught by Ed Kehoe, director of Kehoe Martial Arts, learn stress relieving practices to identify and process forces of tension and negativity. Balance, flexibility, stamina and circulation are improved through a guided series of slow motion, non-strenuous movements using focus and concentration. Tai Chi is a safe exercise for all ages and fitness levels. Please wear comfortable clothing that will not restrict movement and comfortable, flat-soled shoes. Gallery admission for six weeks is included in the fee. Instructor s website: kehoemartialarts.com