Personal Enrichment Classes

To register or for more information: (910) 695-3980  

ARTS, CRAFTS & HOBBIES 

Spring Book Club

Enjoy stimulating discussion with other bibliophiles as we read and engage in conversation about one book each month. Registration required. Limited seating. CEU: 0.8

 

Free

 

Code

Class Day

Dates

Book and Author

Time

Instructor

Location

 

 

 

 

1001

 

 

 

 

Friday

Jan. 20

No Ordinary Time: Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt: The Home Front in World War II by Doris Kearns Goodwin

 

 

 

 

2-4 pm

 

 

 

JoAnne Ashton

Teresa Wood Reading Room Boyd Library Pinehurst Campus

Feb. 17

A Tale for the Time Being: A Novel by Ruth Ozeki

Mar. 17

The Beekeeper of Aleppo: A Novel by Christy Lefteri

Apr. 21

My Name Is Lucy Barton: A Novel by Elizabeth Strout

May 19

Cry, the Beloved Country by Alan Paton

June 16

Still Life by Sarah Winman

 

Landscape Painting

This is a class for landscape painters. We will look at today’s award-winning landscape painters for tips we can use. We will review The Anatomy of Trees by R.V. Cole for our local trees. You can work from photos you have taken or class examples. This is a class for oil painters, but acrylics are welcome. Your goal is to paint 1 or 2 award winning landscapes in your style. Join us for six weeks of painting fun. CEU: 1.2

 

 

Code

Class Days

Dates

Time

Instructor

Location

Cost

1002

Tuesdays

Feb. 7-Mar. 14

1-3 pm

Harry Neely

109 Van Dusen Hall, Pinehurst Campus

$100

 

Watercolor Basics and More

This course will help the beginner learn to love watercolor painting. We will explore ways to manage water and create interesting results. Each session will focus on a technique such as “wet in wet” skies, drybrush rocks, trees, and florals. Attention will be given to composition and focal point. A completed painting is not the goal, rather a time to practice ways to achieve desired effect and build confidence. Class will be adjusted to those who have more experience or have taken this class before. CEU: 1.6

Code

Class Days

Dates

Time

Instructor

Location

Cost

1003

Thursdays

Feb. 9-Mar. 30

1-3 pm

Jean Smyth

109 Van Dusen Hall, Pinehurst Campus

$130

 

Creative Card Making: Beginner and Advanced

Learn how to create handmade cards in a new class for beginners. Learn how to properly use inks, stamps, papers. Intermediate Card makers will learn creative layouts, various tools & techniques and more. To take Intermediate, beginners class must be taken first. Supplies are included in the cost. CEU: 1.6

Code

Class

Class Days

Dates

Time

Instructor

Location

Cost

1004

Beginners

Mondays

 

Feb. 6-Mar. 27

5-7pm

 

Joanne Mace

109 Van Dusen Hall Pinehurst Campus

 

$85

1005

Advanced

Mondays

2-4pm

 

Ceramic Designs: Hand Building and Wheel Throwing

Whether for personal enrichments or a future career, this hands-on class is for students at any skill level. Beginners will receive ample individual instruction and demonstration to build basic skills. Experienced students can use the class to push the boundaries of their technique or expression. Clay will be provided. CEU: 3.0

Code

Class Days

Dates

Time

Instructor

Location

Cost

1006

Mondays

Jan. 23-Mar. 27

 

5:30-8:30 pm

Sandra Hastings and Paul Haigh

002 Kennedy Hall Pinehurst Campus

 

$130

1007

Wednesdays

Jan. 25-Mar. 29

 

Ceramics Project Class

This class Is meant for students with basic skills that would like to explore a single theme In a session long project. CEU: 2.4

Code

Class Days

Dates

Time

Instructor

Location

Cost

1008

Mondays and Wednesdays

Apr. 12-May 8

5:30-8 pm

Sandra Hastings and Paul Haigh

002 Kennedy Hall Pinehurst Campus

$75

 

Micro Greens

Enjoy harvesting fresh little greens on the cold days of winter. We will make micro green trays out of simple materials that you will take home with your seeds ready to go!

No special equipment needed! Happy, healthy little sprouts. CEU: 0.2

Code

Class Days

Dates

Time

Instructor

Location

Cost

1009

Saturday

Jan. 21

 

10 am-Noon

 

Lin Hilton

Connelly Garden, Little Hall Pinehurst Campus

 

$75

1010

Saturday

Feb. 4

 

Beautiful Spring Herbs and Plants Garden

Learn to grow summer herbs and plants arranged in a grow bag. Class will include the basics of arranging plants for decorative look that will brighten any area during the summer months with the bonus of having fresh herbs to add to summer meals. Included in the class fee: 10 gallon grow bag, soil, and plants to take home. CEU: 0.2

Code

Class Days

Dates

Time

Instructor

Location

Cost

1011

Saturday

Apr. 15

 

10 am-Noon

 

Lin Hilton

Connelly Garden, Little Hall Pinehurst Campus

 

$75

1012

Tuesday

Apr. 18

 

Beekeeping for Beginners

Everything you need to know to get started in beekeeping. You will learn about beekeeping equipment, the biology of the honeybee, bee sting safety, what to do when a swarm occurs, general management of beehives, how to extract honey, and how to identify and manage bee diseases and pests. Learn more about the honeybee’s role in pollination of food crops and as part of a vast network of pollinators. Text optional at first class. CEU: 2.4

Code

Class Days

Dates

Time

Instructor

Location

Cost

 

1013

Wednesdays

Jan. 18-Mar. 1

6:30-8:30 pm

Erin Terry & Hugh Madison

109 Van Dusen Hall Pinehurst Campus

 

$75

Saturdays Apiary Training

Mar. 4 & 18

TBD

 

Contract Bridge for Beginner and Novice Students

Bridge is a trick-taking card game using a standard 52-card deck. Our introductory classes are for beginners or those who need a refresher course and will include formal instruction and hands-on practice. Six additional classes will teach in more detail many aspects of the game.

Will be offered Fall Semester 2023.

 

Culinary Club

Multi Grain Breads

Explore how to make nutritious multi grain breads using simple techniques. Join Chef Brunner as he teaches and shares his 5 Grain recipe and learn how to bake it yourself at home! CEU: 0.3

Code

Class Day

Dates

Time

Instructor

Location

Cost

1042

Friday

Jan. 27

 

3-6 pm

Chef Martin Brunner

Culinary Kitchen, Little Hall, Pinehurst Campus

 

$75

1043

Friday

Mar. 17

 

Scones

With a few simple ingredients we will make some delicious sweet and savory scones. We will make a savory Bacon Cheddar and Chive scone as well as a sweet Cranberry scone. Come join us and see how quickly and easily the dough comes together. You will get to enjoy tasting these delicious scones fresh from the oven. CEU: .2

Code

Class Day

Dates

Time

Instructor

Location

Cost

1044

Monday

Jan. 23

5:30-7:30 pm

Chef Felicia Everts

Culinary Kitchen, Little Hall, Pinehurst Campus

$75

 

Ramakin Desserts

Students will learn how to make three different desserts in a Ramakin. We will start with a Chocolate Lava Cake. Then move on to a Crème Brulee and finish with a Deep-Dish Chocolate Chip Cookie. These are the perfect desserts for friends or just you. CEU: .2

Code

Class Day

Dates

Time

Instructor

Location

Cost

1045

Monday

Jan. 30

5:30-7:30 pm

Chef Felicia Everts

Culinary Kitchen, Little Hall, Pinehurst Campus

$75

 

 

Macarons

Have you always wanted to try to make Macarons? Here is your chance, we will learn what it takes to make these delicious little French treats. Students will be shown how to make the batter, pipe the Macarons and then make a filling to pipe in between the finished product for tasting. We will start with a basic vanilla Macaroon, and then make a caramel macaroon finishing with an Oreo macaroon. CEU: .2

Code

Class Day

Dates

Time

Instructor

Location

Cost

1046

Wednesday

Feb. 8

5:30-7:30 pm

Chef Felicia Everts

Culinary Kitchen, Little Hall, Pinehurst Campus

$75

 

Breads for the Home Baker

Learn how to bake like a pro in a home kitchen. Chef Brunner will share soft rolls, focaccia and a polish based French bread recipes and explain tricks to achieve great results using basic kitchen equipment. You will learn proper mixing, shaping, and baking techniques along with how to create a preferment for extra flavor in breads. CEU: .3

Code

Class Day

Dates

Time

Instructor

Location

Cost

1047

Friday

Feb. 17

 

3-6 pm

Chef Martin Brunner

 

Culinary Kitchen, Little Hall, Pinehurst Campus

 

$75

1048

Friday

Apr. 14

 

Capriotada,Mexican Wedding Cookies, and Polvorones

Join us in learning how to make Mexican bread pudding. Made with cinnamon, piloncillo, cloves, raisins, bread, and cheese. We will also make Mexican Wedding cookies and Polvorones (Mexican Sugar cookies). CEU: .2

Code

Class Day

Dates

Time

Instructor

Location

Cost

1049

Monday

Feb. 20

5:30-7:30 pm

Chef Felicia Everts

Culinary Kitchen, Little Hall, Pinehurst Campus

$75

 

Classic Crepes

Join us for this hands-on class where you will learn the proper way to make classic crepes. Each student will make a savory dish with a delicate vegetable filling plus a sweet dish with a fresh fruit sauce from the crepes you create. Take home recipes to impress your family and friends! CEU: .2

Code

Class Day

Dates

Time

Instructor

Location

Cost

1050

Tuesday

Feb. 21

5:30-7:30 pm

Chef Julie Huggins

Culinary Kitchen, Little Hall, Pinehurst Campus

$75

 

Sushi

Take the guess work out of creating your own delicious sushi! Students will learn tips and techniques for making perfect sushi rice, choosing and prepping ingredients and finishing with a variety of sauce choices. Take home recipes and skills to make your own creations! CEU: .2

Code

Class Day

Dates

Time

Instructor

Location

Cost

1051

Tuesday

Feb. 28

5:30-7:30 pm

Chef Julie Huggins

Culinary Kitchen, Little Hall, Pinehurst Campus

$75


Sourdough Bread

Learn how to catch, grow and bake bread with your own sourdough culture. Wild yeast is all around us, and Chef Brunner will show you how to harness the right strand to naturally leaven your bread. This is a two day course, and you will learn to make wheat and rye sourdough using organic flour sourced from Lindley Mills, Graham. CEU: .4

Code

Class Day

Dates

Time

Instructor

Location

Cost

1052

Thursday & Friday

Mar. 2 & 3

 

5:30-7:30 pm

 

Chef Martin Brunner

Culinary Kitchen, Little Hall, Pinehurst Campus

 

$150

1053

Thursday & Friday

May 4 & 5

 

Hand Pies/Empanadas

No matter what you call them, they are little handfuls of deliciousness. Come learn how to make these little bites of goodness. We will make a savory hand pie with hamburger meat and cheese filling. Then a second will be made hand pie with a yummy apple filling. CEU: .2

Code

Class Day

Dates

Time

Instructor

Location

Cost

1054

Monday

Mar. 6

5:30-7:30 pm

Chef Felicia Everts

Culinary Kitchen, Little Hall, Pinehurst Campus

$75

 

Charcuterie Boards

This hands-on class will explain the step-by-step process of making beautiful Charcuterie Boards for any occasion. Each student will take home their own one-of-a- kind creation and ideas for more unique boards. CEU: .2

Code

Class Day

Dates

Time

Instructor

Location

Cost

1055

Tuesday

Mar. 14

 

5:30-7:30 pm

 

Chef Julie Huggins

 

Culinary Kitchen, Little Hall, Pinehurst Campus

 

$75

1056

Tuesday

Apr. 4

 

Sheet Pan Dinners

Sheet pan dinners are just thing that can help you when you are short on time during a busy weeknight. We will make a chicken fajita sheet pan dinner, an Italian sausage with vegetable sheet pan dinner, and a sheet cake for a dessert. CEU: .2

Code

Class Day

Dates

Time

Instructor

Location

Cost

1057

Wednesday

Mar. 22

5:30-7:30 pm

Chef Felicia Everts

Culinary Kitchen, Little Hall, Pinehurst Campus

$75

 

Jams and Canning

Get ready for canning season with a hands-on lesson in jam making and water bath canning. Learn proper canning techniques while making your own sweet and savory jams. Recipes and jam for you to take home! CEU: .2

Code

Class Day

Dates

Time

Instructor

Location

Cost

1058

Tuesday

Mar. 28

 

5:30-7:30 pm

 

Chef Julie Huggins

 

Culinary Kitchen, Little Hall, Pinehurst Campus

 

$75

1059

Tuesday

Apr. 18

 

Pattern Swiss Roll Cake

Let us show you how to transform a regular Swiss roll cake into something amazing. You will learn how to pipe a beautiful pattern that will be visible on the outside of your cake after being baked. CEU: .2

Code

Class Day

Dates

Time

Instructor

Location

Cost

1060

Monday

Apr. 17

5:30-7:30 pm

Chef Felicia Everts

Culinary Kitchen, Little Hall, Pinehurst Campus

$75

 

Bento Cake

Come learn how to make a bento cake or also known as a lunch-box cake. The cakes are roughly two inches by four inches. Each student will make three different cakes vanilla, chocolate, and chocolate chip. These cakes are the perfect size for a delicious surprise in your lunchbox. CEU: .2

Code

Class Day

Dates

Time

Instructor

Location

Cost

1061

Wednesday

Apr. 26

5:30-7:30 pm

Chef Felicia Everts

Culinary Kitchen, Little Hall, Pinehurst Campus

$75


Mini Cheesecakes

We will make two different flavors of mini cheesecakes and the perfect topping to complement each one. Students will be shown how to plate the mini cheesecake when wanting to impress guests. CEU: .2

Code

Class Day

Dates

Time

Instructor

Location

Cost

1062

Wednesday

May 3

5:30-7:30 pm

Chef Felicia Everts

Culinary Kitchen, Little Hall, Pinehurst Campus

$75

 

Basic Decorating

Have you ever wanted to learn how to hold a piping bag and be able to decorate cookies, cupcakes, and cakes? You learn how to properly fill a piping bag as well as how to hold it properly, with practice using basic piping tips. Finally, we will then take what we have learned and decorate cookies and cupcakes. CEU: .2

Code

Class Day

Dates

Time

Instructor

Location

Cost

1063

Monday

May 8

5:30-7:30 pm

Chef Felicia Everts

Culinary Kitchen, Little Hall, Pinehurst Campus

$75

 

FILM

Judge and Jury: Courtroom Cinema Across Five Decades

Join us for an exploration of five films that chart their way from the Spencer Tracy’s rendering of the Scopes Monkey Trial to the All Pacino’s “You’re All Out of Order” antics of attorneys in American cinema. Join attorney Peter Yellin and humanities lecturer Ron Layne as they argue the merits of the legal plot twists that abound in five films.

Code

Class Days

Dates

Time

Instructors

Location

Cost

1014

Tuesdays

March 28, April 4,18, 25, and May 2

No class 4/11

2-4:30 pm

Peter Yellin and Ron Layne

Clement Dining Room Pinehurst Campus

Free

 

 

DANCE

Introduction to Line Dance

This class is for the absolute beginner. If you lack the confidence to dance at social events, this class is for you. We will take the time to learn basic steps and patterns to build your coordination and confidence on the dance floor. We’ll learn popular dances like The Electric Slide, Cupid Shuffle, Copperhead Road, and others. After six weeks you may feel ready to further develop your skills in our AB Beginner class. CEU: 0.6

Code

Class Days

Dates

Time

Instructor

Location

Cost

1017

 

Mondays

Jan. 23-Feb. 27

5-6 pm

 

Belinda Musick

 

Blue Hall Gym Pinehurst Campus

 

$50

1018

Mar. 20-May 1

No class Apr. 10

5-6 pm

 

AB Beginner Line Dance

Prerequisite: Introduction to Line Dancing or know the dances of Electric Slide, Cupid Shuffle, and Copperhead Road

This Is a new class Intended to bridge the gap between Intro and Beginner+.

Great, you’ve danced the basics line danced at social events, and are ready to build on that knowledge. Our instructor will guide you to an Improved foundation of dance-step terminology, rhythm counts, and dance floor etiquette. You’ll experience a variety of absolute beginner line dances to different genres of music. Leave your inhibitions at the door and join us on the dance floor. After six weeks, you’ll probably feel confident in participating In the Beginner+ class. CEU: 1.2

Code

Class Days

Dates

Time

Instructor

Location

Cost

1019

 

Thursdays

Jan. 26-Mar. 2

5-6 pm

 

Belinda Musick

Blue Hall Gym Pinehurst Campus

 

$75

1020

Mar. 16-Apr. 20

5-6 pm

 

Line Dancing-Beginner +

Prerequisite: Introduction to Line Dancing and/or AB Beginner class.

This class will build upon the skills learned at the AB Beginner level. You’ll learn dances suitable for those with dance experience, with some emphasis on body posture and styling principles. The dances will provide a natural progression of complexity- steps, turns, syncopations, tags, restarts. This six-week class will prove a good ole time on the dance floor. CEU: 0.9

Code

Class Days

Dates

Time

Instructor

Location

Cost

1021

 

Mondays

Jan. 23-Feb. 27

 

5-6 pm

 

Belinda Musick

 

Blue Hall Gym Pinehurst Campus

 

$50

1022

Mar. 20-May 1

No class 4/10

 

Line Dancing-Improver

This class will feature dance routines suitable for the experienced line dancer, who has mastered a comprehensive range of step patterns and movements. This six-week class is intended to satisfy the seasoned dancer with new challenges, that will prove fun and rewarding. CEU: 1.2

Code

Class Days

Dates

Time

Instructor

Location

Cost

1023

 

Thursdays

Jan. 26-Mar. 2

 

6-8 pm

 

Belinda Musick

Blue Hall Gym Pinehurst Campus

 

$75

1024

Mar. 23-Apr. 20

 

YOGA & TAI CHI

Vinyasa Flow Yoga

Build flexibility, strength, and balance in your body and mind and decrease unhealthy stress responses in everyday life. Grounding and centering techniques will be incorporated. Comprehensive instruction will help students find body alignment and meditative practice matching breath to movement. All levels are welcome. Please bring a yoga mat. CEU: 2.1

Code

Class Days

Dates

Time

Instructor

Location

Cost

1025

Mondays and Wednesdays

Jan. 18-May 8

No class Mar. 6 & 8 and Apr. 10

9-10 am

Severine Hutchins

Blue Hall Gym Pinehurst Campus

$203

 

Tai Chi Basics

Learn soft, slow, graceful movements to help maintain strength, flexibility, and balance. Tai Chi movements are approached in a mindful attitude and never forced; the muscles relaxed rather than tensed. There is no impact to aggravate joints and can be performed standing or even sitting making it the perfect activity to improve and maintain your physical function and quality of life. The class will use the Yang 24 form and various Qi Gong movements. No special equipment needed and dress comfortably. CEU: 3.1

Code

Class Days

Dates

Time

Instructor

Location

Cost

1026

Mondays and Wednesdays

Jan. 9-May 8

No class Jan. 16, Mar. 6 & 8 and Apr. 10

1-2 pm

Hoyle Purvis

Blue Hall Gym Pinehurst Campus

$186

 

Tai Chi Practice

Students will improve and refine postures learned in Tai Chi Basics. Learn several Qi Gong exercises for enhanced stress reduction and improved wellness and practice the Beijing Form (working knowledge required). No special equipment needed and dress comfortably. CEU: 3.1

Code

Class Days

Dates

Time

Instructor

Location

Cost

1027

Mondays and Wednesdays

Jan. 9-May 8

No class Jan. 16, Mar. 6 & 8 and Apr. 10

2-3 pm

Hoyle Purvis

Blue Hall Gym Pinehurst Campus

$186

 

Rejuvenation Tai Chi

This stationary class is designed for those who might not be able to participate in other forms of activity. Featuring slow, soft movement is designed to be performed seated or standing with an emphasis on improving balance and muscle tone. No special

equipment needed and dress comfortably. CEU: 3.1

Code

Class Days

Dates

Time

Instructor

Location

Cost

 

1028

Mondays and Wednesdays

Jan. 9-May 8

No class Jan. 16, Mar. 6 & 8

and Apr. 10

 

3:30-4:30 pm

 

Hoyle Purvis

Blue Hall Gym Pinehurst Campus

 

$186

 

FINANCE

Financial Planning for Retirees

This class will include the following topics: Investment and estate planning. Income tax reduction and insurance planning. Proper portfolio balance to reduce investment risk, getting more income from investments, reducing probate costs and long-term care

planning. CEU: 1.0

Code

Class Days

Dates

Time

Instructor

Location

Cost

1029

Wednesdays

Jan. 18-Feb. 15

3-5 pm

Thomas P. Walters, II

Van Dusen Hall, Pinehurst Campus

$45

 

Financial Decision Making for Women

Designed exclusively for women at or near retirement. Topics include understanding investment jargon, dealing with financial professionals. Learn how to get the most from investments while reducing risks and how to reduce probate costs. State taxes for heirs, income taxes, and tong-term care planning will be covered. CEU: 0.8

Code

Class Days

Dates

Time

Instructor

Location

Cost

1030

Tuesdays

Mar. 14-Apr. 4

3-5 pm

Noelle Granville

Van Dusen Hall, Pinehurst Campus

$40

 

Annuities: Myths and Misconceptions

Demystify the world of annuity investing. This course covers fixed, indexed, variable, and immediateannuities, as well as buying and investing strategies. Workbooks and helpful literature are provided. CEU: 0.6

Code

Class Days

Dates

Time

Instructor

Location

Cost

1031

Tuesdays

Apr. 18-May 2

3-5 pm

Noelle Granville

Van Dusen Hall, Pinehurst Campus

$35

 

LECTURE SERIES

The U.S. Constitution and its Amendments:

What We Need to Know

The Constitution of the United States, as the supreme law of our country, defines the framework for our federal government. It is the world’s oldest and functioning

national constitution. Its 27 amendments provide U.S. citizens with civil liberties and protections that have influenced the constitutions of other nations. With consideration to U.S. Supreme Court decisions, this course will stress the importance of knowing our constitutional rights, that we might better exercise and appreciate the freedoms we share as citizens. Early registration is highly recommended as seating is limited. CEU: 2.1

Code

Class Days

Dates

Time

Instructor

Location

Cost

1032

Thursdays

Feb. 2-May 4

10-11:30 am

Rev. John Jacobs

103 Van Dusen Hall, Pinehurst Campus

Free + text

 

 

“…and Justice for all”

Join us for an exciting journey through our nation’s legal system and the maze of recent Federal court decisions impacting our criminal justice system and the political process. Sharp focus will be on the Rule of Law and its application to everyone regardless of status or position. These highly interactive and important discussions will be hosted by Peter Yellin, former Chief Prosecutor for Military Trials with the

2nd Marine Division at Camp Lejeune and Chief of Staff to the New York and Arkansas Attorneys General.

Early registration is highly recommended as seating is limited. CEU: 2.1

Code

Class Days

Dates

Time

Instructor

Location

Cost

1033

Wednesdays

Jan. 11, Feb. 8, Mar. 8,

Apr. 12, May 10 & Jun. 14

1-3 pm

Peter Yellin

Teresa Wood Reading Room, Boyd Library Pinehurst Campus

Free

 

LANGUAGES

French II Conversation

Prerequisite: French Beginning Conversation or prior experience.

As a continuation of French Beginning Conversation, this course focuses on the fundamental elements of the French language within a cultural context. Emphasis is placed on the progressive development of listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills. Upon completion, you will comprehend and respond with increasing proficiency to spoken and written French and manifest further cultural awareness.

Same text as French I. CEU: 1.8

Code

Class Days

Dates

Time

Instructor

Location

Cost

1034

Mondays and Wednesdays

Jan. 18-Feb. 15

6-8 pm

Carole Hill

207 Van Dusen Hall, Pinehurst Campus

$75+ Text

 

Spanish Beginning Conversation

This beginner’s class will provide the foundation to asking and responding to simple questions using basic vocabulary. Engage in easy conversations and communicate in social, business, and travel situations. Students will study a variety of basic written materials and master writing simple sentences needed in everyday life. Absorb Spanish culture with learning the language. CEU: 1.8

Code

Class Days

Dates

Time

Instructor

Location

Cost

1035

Mondays and Wednesdays

Feb. 20-Mar. 20

2-4 pm

Mercedes Saulsbury

207 Van Dusen Hall, Pinehurst Campus

$75+ Text

 

Spanish II Conversation

Prerequisite: Beginning Spanish Conversation or prior experience.

Created for students who wish to expand their knowledge gained from Spanish Beginning Conversation. Emphasis is placed on the progressive development of listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills. Upon completion, you will comprehend and respond with increasing proficiency to spoken and written Spanish and manifest further cultural awareness. CEU: 1.8

Code

Class Days

Dates

Time

Instructor

Location

Cost

1036

Mondays and Wednesdays

Apr. 3-May 3

2-4 pm

Mercedes Saulsbury

207 Van Dusen Hall, Pinehurst Campus

$75+ Text

 

Discover Sign Language

Gain confidence in your ability to sign with the Deaf community. This course immerses you in silence to help you gain an understanding of the perspective of the hearing impaired and uses videos to demonstrate not only how to make signs, but how to communicate with facial expression. CEU: 2.4

For complete information or to register, go to http://bit.ly/3UkC0HU.

For additional information, contact Jenny Troyer at 910.695.3926 or troyerj@sandhills.edu.

Course Type

Format

Course Length

Start Dates

Instructor

Cost

Instructor-Led Class

Online

6 Weeks

Jan. 18, Feb. 15, Mar. 15, or Apr. 12

Robin Sellers

$75

Self-Paced Tutorial

Online

3 Months Access

Begin Any Time

 

$87

 

PHOTOGRAPHY

Photo Editing Using Photoshop Elements 23 for Beginners

Prerequisite: a working knowledge of computers, using a mouse or pen tablet, and file management.

Learn how to bring old photos back to life and organize and share them using Photoshop Elements 20-23. Learn to create catalogs and albums, import, and organize photos, perform basic editing, and use the Editor’s Quick and Guided modes. Learn the basics of using layers for combining and correcting photos and adding text and graphics. A laptop with elements version 20 or higher installed is recommended. CEU: 2.4

Code

Class Days

Dates

Time

Instructor

Location

Cost

1037

 

Mondays and Wednesdays

 

Jan. 30-Mar. 8

1-3 pm

 

Dale Moegling

105 Van Dusen Hall Pinehurst Campus

 

$75

1038

6-8 pm

 

 

Photo Editing Using Photoshop Elements 23 Advanced

Prerequisites: Elements 20-23 Beginner, or prior experience, and a good working knowledge of computers, using a mouse or pen tablet, file management, and a creative mind.

Bring out the artist in yourself as you learn about editing in Raw, including different types of layers and blends to correct or combine two or more photos, as well as creating a type mask and montages. Learn to frame photos, create twirl effects, push a photo though text, add texture, and make a photo look like a painting. A laptop with elements version 20 or higher installed is recommended. CEU: 2.4

Code

Class Days

Dates

Time

Instructor

Location

Cost

1039

 

Mondays and Wednesdays

Mar. 20-May 1

No class Apr. 10

1-3 pm

Darrell Kirchmann

105 Van Dusen Hall Pinehurst Campus

 

$75

1040

6-8 pm

 

Take Fabulous iPhone Photos

Do you want to take better pictures of your family, as you travel, at events, even want to use the iPhone camera professionally? You can learn how to take pictures with the iPhone, how to use every feature of your camera phone, and use the best photo

apps available to edit and share your images. Besides learning how to use the iPhone camera and apps, you’ll learn techniques that can be used to create amazing images.

You’ll learn the art of composition, how to find great lighting and use advanced techniques. Students will learn by a combination of in-class discussions, weekly assignments, photo walks around campus and photos critiques. CEU: 2.4

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Class Days

Dates

Time

Instructor

Location

Cost

1041

Tuesdays

Jan. 17-Mar. 7

9 am-Noon

John Patota

106 Van Dusen Hall, Pinehurst Campus

$75