Art, Music & Theater

Patricia Sigmier
Wednesdays, June 2 - 23|10 - 11:30 a.m. ET

This collaborative plein air class is for students who enjoy painting outdoors. Painters will be given a concept or theme that will be the basis of their weekly assignment.

Carol Salus
Mondays, June 7 - July 19 (no class July 5)|10-11:30 a.m. ET

In this course, we will examine a sampling of major figures from the many movements of the last decades of the twentieth century, including pop art, earth art, minimalism, feminism, and art dealing with racial issues.

Larry Josefovitz
Wednesdays, June 9 - 30|1-3 p.m. ET

A survey of the outstanding classical singers who flourished from the dawn of the recording era to the birth of the LP. Prior to the era of the Three Tenors, which made big money from few artists, there was a proliferation of great singing in every voice category.

Jodi Maile Kirk (Director of Active Learning) and Heather Meeker (Executive Director) from The Musical Theater Project
Tuesdays, August 3 - 31|1:30-3:30 p.m. ET

From classic Hollywood musicals like Singin’ in the Rain to Broadway gold like Anything Goes and Guys and Dolls, to irreverent contemporary musicals like Book of Mormon and Something Rotten, musical comedy has lifted our spirits and made us laugh for more than a century.