Anyone Can Draw I
Knowing how to draw is like knowing how to write your name. This knowledge gives you a broad means of visually communicating your ideas without restriction. As they say, “A picture is worth a thousand words.” Once drawing is learned, anything that the mind can picture can be drawn.
Drawing is easy once four foundational tools of drawing have been taught. It is easier to learn than reading and writing. Once you see for yourself, you will wonder why you hadn’t tried this before!
Digital Photography, Introductory
Hands-on instruction This course will familiarize you with digital terminology such as what is a pixel, resolution, mega byte, jpeg file, raw file, etc. You will also become familiar with your camera settings and functions, as well as basic composition of a photograph. No prior experience is necessary. Students are encouraged to bring their Single Lens Reflex (SLR) cameras to class.
Digital Photography, Intermediate
A basic understanding of the digital media is required for this course. Students will become aware of the advantages of the digital format, and delve deeper into understanding the menu of the digital camera and adjustments to fine- tune your photos. Students are welcome to bring their equipment to the class.
Introduction to Guitar
Have you dreamed of making music and thought you can’t? Do you want to play simple songs? If you answered yes, then this course is for you! Mr. Pat Horgan, your instructor, will teach you the basic guitar operations in this course.
Students need to bring an electric or acoustic guitar to class. In addition, please bring an extra set of strings, guitar pics and an electronic tuner to class.
This course will enhance the skills you learned in the Introduction course.
PREREQUISITE: Completion of Introduction to Guitar or Instructor permission.