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West Kentucky Community & Technical College

July – December 2017


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COMMUNITY EDUCATION

Thank you for taking the time to look through West Kentucky Community and Technical College’s fall 2017 Community Education catalog. It’s hard to believe we’re already in our sixth year of creating the catalog. With the great feedback we’ve receive each year, we strive to improve the catalog, including its current online format. As always, printed copies of the catalog are available upon request. We continue to offer a variety of subjects for all ages, many you will recognize and several new choices as well. We encourage you to peruse the catalog often, and we’re confident you will find a class or classes to your liking. At WKCTC, we are always looking for opportunities to better serve you. If you have ideas for classes, please contact Tina Carver at 270-534-3821 or tina.carver@kctcs.edu. See you soon!

A Message from the President I would personally like to invite you to take a moment and review the exciting array of fall 2017 Community Education courses offered through our Community Education Program. These courses are designed for your personal enrichment and interests. Community education is central to the Kentucky Community and Technical College System and the West Kentucky Community and Technical College mission of life-long learning and serving our community needs. I look forward to seeing you soon at WKCTC. Sincerely,

Dr. Anton Reece President West Kentucky Community and Technical College


REGISTRATION INFORMATION PRE-REGISTRATION Pre-registration is required for all classes. Classes fill quickly so register early! The registration deadline is seven business days prior to each class starting date. Register early so your class is not canceled due to lack of enrollment. Call to check the status of your class and where your class will meet. If you do not have a registration form, please send in your name, address, name of the classes you are registering in, daytime and cell phone numbers, and e-mail address. Make your check or Money Order payable to WKCTC and mail to: Workforce Solutions Emerging Technology Center P.O. Box 7380 Paducah, KY 42002-7380

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REGISTRATION Online: (excludes Challenger Learning Center) http://ws.kctcs.edu/westkentucky Then select by category. By phone: (excludes Challenger Learning Center) Call (270) 534-3335 In Person: (excludes Challenger Learning Center) Emerging Technology Center • Room 133 5100 Alben Barkley Drive Paducah, KY 42002 CHALLENGER LEARNING CENTER REGISTRATION Registration Forms: www.clcpaducah.org Payment is required with registration. Questions: Call (270) 534-3101

Community Education reserves the right to limit the enrollments or cancel any class due to insufficient enrollments. For this reason, please register early to reserve your place in the class of your choice. Every effort will be made to notify registrants that a class has been canceled. Registrants may choose alternate courses or receive full refunds. Space in a class is reserved on a first-come, first-served basis when a paid registration is received. Absolutely no saved spaces will be accepted. In order to reduce paper waste, no registration confirmations or class reminders will be mailed.

CANCELLATION/REFUND POLICY Cancellations can be made up to five business days in advance of the class starting date. If your cancellation jeopardizes the minimum number needed to hold the class, no refund will be issued. Refunds generally take about four weeks to process. Failure to attend class does not constitute cancellation. The College reserves the right to cancel any class.

IN THIS DOCUMENT CHALLENGER LEARNING CENTER............................................................................... 4 CULINARY OFFERINGS................................................................................................... 5 FRIDAY NIGHT SCIENCE................................................................................................. 7 LICENSURE & CERTIFICATION FOR PROFESSIONALS.............................................. 8 LIFESTYLE, FITNESS, & HOBBIES.................................................................................. 9 PADUCAH SCHOOL OF ART & DESIGN........................................................................11 PHOTOGRAPHY..............................................................................................................14 ONLINE LEARNING.........................................................................................................15


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CHALLENGER LEARNING CENTER

challenger summer camps

challenger semester offerings

Astrotots: Living in Space $18 July 14, 2017 9:00 – 11:00 a.m. or Challenger Learning Center 12:30 – 2:30 p.m. Age: Rising Kindergarten – 1st Grade Living and working in space is very different than on earth! Tots will experience how an astronaut adapts to the unique environment of space. Activities include working in gloveboxes and eating space food.

Club Challenger A $45 September 19, October 17, 4:15 – 5:45 p.m. November 14, & December 5, 2017 Challenger Learning Center Age: Current 1 – 2 grade Explore the amazing wonders of science during our after school program, Club Challenger. Students will join us at the Challenger Learning Center once a month to participate in exciting, hands-on activities related to space and science.

Explore: Space $30, $35 with lunch July 10, 2017 9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. Challenger Learning Center Age: Rising 2nd – 3rd grade This one-day camp, formerly Space Discovery I, includes many hands-on space and science activities centered around the planets and includes a visit to space in our simulator. Explore: Stars $30, $35 with lunch July 11, 2017 9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. Challenger Learning Center Age: Rising 2nd – 3rd grade This one-day camp, formerly Space Discovery II, includes many hands-on space and science activities centered around stars and constellations and includes a visit to our Starlab. Expedition: Moon $40, $45 with lunch July 20, 2017 8:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. Challenger Learning Center Age: Rising 4th – 7th grade Be among the next generation of space travelers to arrive on the Moon! Campers will Return to the Moon™ as they fly a mission in our hands-on simulator. They will explore just what it takes for astronauts to survive in the Moon’s desolate environment. This is a one-day camp. Rocket Camp $90, $100 with lunch July 12 – 13, 2017 8:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. Challenger Learning Center Age: Rising 5th – 8th grade After learning about the basics of rocketry, participants will build and launch several different types of rockets including eggstronaut rockets and model rockets. This is a two-day camp.

Club Challenger B $45 September 26, October 24, 4:15 – 5:45 p.m. November 21, & December 12, 2017 Challenger Learning Center Age: Current 3 – 5 grade Explore the amazing wonders of science during our after school program, Club Challenger. Students will join us at the Challenger Learning Center once a month to participate in exciting, hands-on activities related to space and science. Super Hero Science $20 November 4, 2017 10:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. Challenger Learning Center Age: Kindergarten – 4 grade Fly, run, swim and jump to the Challenger Learning Center! Experience superhero science experiments and activities that are inspired by famous comic books and movies. Wear your favorite superhero costume!


CULINARY OFFERINGS

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INDIVIDUALS SHOULD BRING AN APRON AND WEAR CLOSED-TOE SHOES FOR ALL CULINARY OFFERINGS Italian Night featuring Tri-Stuffed Ravioli $45 September 7, 2017 6:00 p.m. ATB Culinary Kitchen and Bistro Age: Adult Instructor: Anita Granier Once you master the simple technique of making ravioli, you can choose numerous food options for the stuffing. Starting with homemade pasta sheets, we will stuff ravioli with three different stuffing and sauces. Menu: Basic Sweet Italian Sausage with creamy vino sauce, Ground Beef and Spinach with marinara sauce, and Sweet Potatoes with brown butter sauce. Our side dish is Southern Italy’s famous Arugula, Parmigianino and Prosciutto Salad. Italian bread will be served with herb butter and olive oil, and our Italian meal will conclude with easy almond paste cookies. Appetizers for Entertaining $45 September 14, 2017 6:00 p.m. ATB Culinary Kitchen and Bistro Age: Adult Instructor: Anita Granier Learn how to make four exquisite and easy appetizers that will please any crowd. Menu: Bruschetta, a tasty and tangy topping on toasted French baguette slices; Muffaletta Sandwich; a New Orleans specialty sandwich; Stuffed Bread with creole shrimp; and a Spinach and Artichoke Bake. These hors d’oeuvers can be made for simple house parties, dinners and special events. Sunday Brunch $45 September 21, 2017 6:00 p.m. ATB Culinary Kitchen and Bistro Age: Adult Instructor: Anita Granier Making dishes the night before, popping in the oven, and serving brunch makes a successful and delicious Sunday food feast. Menu: Baked Shrimp Grits Cakes, delicious side with tasty shrimp, garlic and cheese; Devils on Horseback, stuffed dates with fig preserves and cream cheese; Orange Marmalade Cheese Tarts, delicate little pastry with a tangy filling; Cheese Strata with Ham and Cheese, an easy entre’ dish that is filled with flavor. Cajun Night $45 September 28, 2017 6:00 p.m. ATB Culinary Kitchen and Bistro Age: Adult Instructor: Anita Granier Anita shares her Deep South heritage with the infamous dish of Cajun cuisine…Gumbo. This hands-on class allows students to make Chicken and Andouille Gumbo. You will learn how to make a roux, a mixture of flour and oil. It is the basis for many Louisiana dishes, particularly gumbo, but also etouffee, sauce piquant and more. Another favorite New Orleans delicacy is Beignets. Learn to make these delectable doughnuts and taste the true flavor of Beignets served at the Café du Monde. (No box mixes!)

Cake Decorating Go Wild! Cookies $28.50 September 7, 2017 6:00 – 8:00 p.m. ETC Cyber Café Age: Adult Instructor: Linda Mayes You will learn how to make beautiful cookies with giraffe, zebra and leopard patterns with buttercream icing. Take your decorated cookies home to share with your friends and family. Approximate cost of supplies $17.50. Supply list is on the website when registering. Cake Decorating – Course 1 Building Buttercream Skills $69 September 11, 2017 – October 2, 2017 6:00 - 8:00 p.m. ETC Cyber Café Age: Adult Instructor: Linda Mayes Learn how to decorate cakes and sweet treats with basic buttercream techniques and six simple-to-pipe flowers that transform ordinary cakes into extraordinary results. Your Certified Wilton Method Instructor will help you pipe classic buttercream decorating techniques to create modern and traditional cake designs. Fee includes student kit and guide. A list of optional supplies (approx. $40) will be provided the first night of class. This class will meet four consecutive Mondays. Lesson 1 – start with the basics and learn how to make buttercream icing, stars, rosettes, bag striping, professionally ice a cupcake and so much more. Lesson 2 – Learn how to ice your cake and decorate with dots, pulled dots, piping gel pattern transfer and more. Lesson 3 – Learn different borders like zigzag, easy ruffle, shell and bead. Lesson 4 – Learn the technique to writing on cakes and the Ribbon Rose. You will decorate your cake with the techniques learned throughout the entire course. Wilton Drizzle, Dip and Mold with Candy Melts $28.50 September 14 or December 5, 2017 6:00 – 8:00 p.m. ETC Cyber Café Age: Adult Instructor: Linda Mayes Discover the magic of candy making with Wilton’s complete line of Candy Melts and tool in this great introductory class. Learn all the tips and tricks needed to make your own candy treats, including dipping, drizzling and molding and so much more. Recommended for all skill levels. This is a demonstration-style class, no supplies necessary.


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CULINARY OFFERINGS

Cupcake Basics $28.50 September 21 or November 9, 2017 6:00 – 8:00 p.m. ETC Cyber Café Age: Adult Instructor: Linda Mayes Learn easy buttercream decorating techniques, like swirls, stars, rosettes and more! Then combine them on top of your cupcakes for fun and unique designs. Great introduction to Wilton Method Classes – no experience necessary! Recommended for all skill levels. Student project class supplies listed on website (supplies for class will cost approximate $13) One Night Intro to Cake Decorating Basics $28.50 October 12 or November 30, 2017 6:00 – 8:00 p.m. ETC Cyber Café Age: Adult Instructor: Linda Mayes Learn how to make a great cake starting with the basics. We will level, torte and ice cakes and will also learn basic decorations such as star, shell, rosette, dot and more in only one class! Recommended for all skill levels. (Supplies for class will cost approximately $23) Supplies listed on website. Beary Cute Cake Project $28.50 October 26, 2017 6:00 – 8:00 p.m. ETC Cyber Café Age: Adult Instructor: Linda Mayes Learn how to decorate a Beary Cute Cake. We will level and ice the cakes and also learn basic decorations such as the star, dot and fill-ins in only one class! Recommended for all skill levels. (Supplies for class will cost approx. $20) Supplies listed on website.

Cake Decorating – Condensed Course 1 Building Buttercream Skills $34.50 November 6, 2017 6:00-8:00 p.m. ETC Cyber Café Age: Adult Instructor: Linda Mayes In this condensed version of Building Buttercream Skills, you will learn a variety of basic decorating skills featuring buttercream decorating. Whether you are new to cake decorating or have been decorating for years, when you have completed Course 1 you should be able to: make buttercream icing ideal for decorating, understand and apply the Three Essentials of the Wilton Method of Cake Decorating, fill and use decorating bags, identify and understand decorating tip families and their key uses. You will learn key decorating techniques such as stars, rosettes, wavy lines, and 1M rosette, and you will go over a baking overview that includes tips on how to bake a great cake and baking troubleshooting. Approximate cost of supplies $21.00. Supply list is on the website. Who’s in the Kitchen- Culinary offerings at Kitchens Café with Chef Jessi Donaldson All classes taught by Chef Jessi will be held in Kitchens Café at 905 Harrison Street in the Paducah School of Art and 2D and Graphic Design Building. Fit to be Thai’d $45 August 24, 2017 6:00 – 8:00 p.m. Age: Adult These flavors will leave you tongue Thai’d with excitement! During this evening, you will be making (and enjoying!) Tom Kha Goong: Shrimp and Coconut Milk Soup, Larb Moo: Thai Pork Salad and Lemongrass Chicken Oktoberfest! $45 October 19, 2017 6:00 - 8:00 p.m. Age: Adult Couldn’t make it to Munich this year? Make your own Oktoberfest! This evening, enjoy Flammenkuche: German style pizza, Gurkensalat: German Cucumber Salad and Schnitzel with Bavarian Bread Dumplings and Caraway Braised Cabbage. Entertain Like a Pro! $45 November 9, 2017 6:00 -8:00 p.m. Age: Adult Don’t be overwhelmed planning your holiday parties this year! Let Chef Jessi show you how to organize and prepare for your party, cook and still have time to relax and enjoy your guests! This evening’s menu will feature a wide variety of hors d’oeuvres. A few examples are: French Onion Pastries, Antipasto Bruschetta, Roasted Eggplant Dip, Feta and Phyllo Triangles, Country Ham and Bourbon Pecan Canapés and more!


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Eclipsing the Sun $25 August 11, 2017 5:00 – 7:00 p.m. One of the biggest and best solar eclipses in American History happens on August 21. From exploring how an eclipse happens to engineering a solar eclipse box. Discover the science behind the “Great American Eclipse.”

Engineering with Minecraft $25 November 17, 2017 6:00 – 8:00 p.m. Kids discover the basics of the engineering design process by using Minecraft Legos to create their own Minecraft creation, dissect a creeper, touch real Minecraft rocks and more.

Ninja Science $25 September 15, 2017 6:00 – 8:00 p.m. From engineering a throwing star to walking on eggs, discover how Ninjas use science to achieve their secret missions.

Engineering with Minecraft $25 December 1, 2017 6:00 – 8:00 p.m. Kids learn the basics of the engineering design process by using Minecraft Legos to create their own Minecraft creation, dissect a creeper, touch real Minecraft rocks, and more.

Fidget Spinner Science $25 October 20, 2017 6:00 – 8:00 p.m. From engineering the best fidget spinner to discovering who has the fastest spinning fidget spinner, learn how your fidget spinner runs on science. Bring your own fidget spinner!

Jason Lindsey is the instructor for the each of the Friday Night Science classes, which are designed for grades 1 – 5. All classes will be held in ETC, Room 140.


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LICENSURE & CERTIFICATION FOR PROFESSIONALS

ServSafe Manager Training & Certification $135 3rd Thursday of each month 7:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. Emerging Technology Center Age: Adults Instructor/Proctor: Tina Carver This course of training is designed to develop an understanding of the basic principles of food sanitation and safety and to be able to apply them in the food service operations. Personal hygiene habits and food handling practices that protect the health of the consumer will be reinforced. A picture ID along and a valid email address is required. Basic computer skills are helpful because the exam is web based. The book required for these sessions is the ServSafe Manager 6th Edition book with the 2013 Food Code - available at the WKCTC campus book store. ServSafe Manager Certification – Retest/Recertification Only $67.50 3rd Thursday of each month 2:30 – 4:30 p.m. Emerging Technology Center Age: Adult Instructor/Proctor: Tina Carver This offering is for those needing to re-test due to failing of exam after having had the eight-hour course or for the current certificate holder whose certification is soon to expire requiring re-certification. A picture ID and a valid email address is required. ServSafe Food Handler Certification $35 Each Monday 8 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. Each Friday 11:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. Emerging Technology Center Age: Adult This course is the solution to meet any food handler training needs. Whether you are an employee seeking your Food Handler Card or an operation seeking a compliant solution for your employees, the ServSafe Food Handler Certification is the product for you. Course covers five key areas: Basic Food Safety, Personal Hygiene, CrossContamination and Allergens, Time and Temperature, Cleaning and Sanitation. Benefits to training: increased business growth, less employee turnover and increased overall customer satisfaction to name a few. Course includes book. A picture ID and a valid email address is required.

Registered Nurse Refresher Online Course $800 Dates: Open Age: Adult Instructor/Facilitator: Paula Isenberg This course is designed to prepare the inactive registered nurse to return to nursing practice and to provide a review and update of knowledge and skills necessary to care for the patient in the acute care environment. This course is a KBN approved RN Refresher Course. If you are an inactive RN whose license has lapsed, this course is in compliance with guidelines to award 120 contact hours. The course allows you to work at your own pace through a modular format. You access lessons and tests online. There will be one day that you will need to come to WKCTC campus to review and demonstrate competency in nursing skills and to complete a simulation lab experience. We can schedule this at a time that is convenient for you. For more information call Paula at 270-534-3489 or pisenberg0002@kctcs.edu. Central Sterile Processing - Online $1250 Dates: Open Instructor/Facilitator: Deborah Swain The Central Sterile Processing Course is designed to prepare central service technicians to sit for certification through IAHCSMM. The program consist of 80 contact hours. The course allows you to work at your own pace through a modular format. You access the quizzes and test online. Prior to enrolling, each student must complete 8 hours in the surgical suite and complete the form that is required for verification.


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Beekeeping Course 2: Honeybee Husbandry – A continuance of “Keeping Honeybees, Beginning the Process” $100 September 5, 12, 19, and 26, 2017 6:00 – 8:00 p.m. ETC, Room 140 Age: Adults Instructor: Kent Williams This course picks up where Course 1 left off. Topics in this course will include choosing the type of honeybees for your operation; knowing the enemy Part 1; the need to feed; developing and maintaining a sustainable honeybee business and more. There will be an opportunity to visit Kent’s beekeeping business and take part in a “hands-on” lesson in beekeeping. All participation is voluntary, and protective gear will be available if needed. Course meets four consecutive Tuesday evenings.

Sexual Harassment and Rape Prevention $85 August, 12, 2017 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. ETC, Room 109 Age: Adult Instructor: John Driskill The Human Factor Research Group (HFRG) Sexual Harassment and Rape Prevention (SHARP) course has been specifically designed to meet the needs of women when control methods and assault prevention methods are required. Principles and strategies for effectively reducing the likelihood of assault through actual techniques of countering an attack are stressed in this program. Utilizing efficient and effective methods of subject control that do not rely on size and strength, HFRG has developed a training system that can be used by just about everyone who is interested in personal safety.

Beekeeping – Beginning the Process $85 November 7, 14, 21, and 28, 2017 6:00 – 8:00 p.m. ETC, Room 140 Age: Adults Instructor: Kent Williams Join Kent Williams, Eastern Apiculture Society certified Master Beekeeper as he discusses what to expect in the first year of keeping bees. Topics in this course will include potential for honey production; potential for colony loss; pitfalls to avoid and triumphs to exploit. Necessary equipment and supplies needed for keeping bees and the attending costs; and different methods of obtaining bees. Course will also cover equipment options; pros and cons; costs per hive for different hive types; yield potential vs labor needs relative to different type hives; equipment assembly workshop; basic economics of keeping bees and more. Course meets four consecutive Tuesday evenings.

Creative Drama $200 August, 15 – October 31, 2017 6:00 – 9:00 p.m. Clemens Fine Arts Theatre Age: Teenagers and Adults Instructor: Ken Owen Creative Drama is a class that introduces students to the stage through a variety of on-hand instruction. Its major purpose is to help participants gain knowledge in both the technical and the acting area of live performance. Students will become aware of theater vocabulary, script selection, cutting a script, stage movement, building a character, effective stage make-up and performance. Included in this course is learning to work with a budget, developing the audience area, and seeking the support of patrons. Effective art work with a certified teacher will also be introduced in this course of study. Class meets 12 consecutive Tuesdays.

Beekeeping courses disclaimer: These courses of study are not meant to promote any particular method of beekeeping over other methods, but is instead intended to promote beekeeping as a whole by giving a “real-world” picture of all aspects of honeybee management and to educate those involved in the study as to how to deal with the principle of “cause and effect” as it applies to each method of management. It is the intention that each participant comes away from these courses with the confidence that they can successfully manage their beekeeping project regardless of what type hive is used or what style of management is employed.

Basic Floral Design $89 October 12, 19, 26, November 6, 2017 6:00-8:00 p.m. Emerging Technology Center, Room 222 Age: Adult Instructor: Maryann Cain Maryann will introduce you to the world of floral design. This class will focus on how to arrange fresh flowers and how to make bridal bouquets and boutonnieres, wreaths and holiday arrangements. You will learn how to make bows, step by step; floral design; creating your own style and ultimately make your own arrangements that will be the envy of family and friends. Class meets four times, three consecutive Thursday evenings and one Monday evening. Students will be responsible for some supplies.


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LIFESTYLE, FITNESS, & HOBBIES

Chair Yoga $39 August 3, 10, 17, 24, 2017 or 8:00 – 8:45 a.m. September 7, 14, 21, 28, 2017 ETC, Room 109 Age: Adult Instructor: Karen Splane Bad back? Arthritis? Osteoporosis? Bum knees? This class is for you! Chair Yoga is designed for anyone of any age. It is safe and accessible for everyone, everywhere. It is a practice that includes seated poses on the chair and standing poses using the chair for balance and support. You don’t have to get down on the floor! Chair Yoga integrates the yoga postures (known as asanas) with mindful breathing techniques to bring awareness and balance to the mind, body, and breathe. Studies have shown yoga can: • Reduce pain • Improve mobility • Improve balance and walking ability • Decrease stress and anxiety • Increase focus and concentration • Improve sleep What to bring/wear: • Yoga mat (If you do not have one, one can be provided) • Water • Hand towel • Comfortable fitted clothing to allow stretching and bending • A positive attitude to improve your health! Yoga…It’s not about touching your toes, it’s what you learn on the way down... ~Judith Hanson Lassater

Yoga Class $45 August 3, 10, 17, 24, 2017 9:00 – 10:30 a.m. (meets four consecutive Thursdays) or September 7, 14, 21, 28, 2017 9:00 – 10:30 a.m. (meets four consecutive Thursdays) ETC Room 109 Age: Adult Instructor: Karen Splane Will show you Yoga postures with mindful breathing techniques to bring awareness and balance to the mind, body, and breathe. Studies have shown yoga can: • Reduce pain • Improve mobility • Improve balance and walking ability • Decrease stress and anxiety • Increase focus and concentration • Improve sleep What to bring/wear: • Yoga mat (If you do not have one, one can be provided) • Water • Hand towel • Comfortable fitted clothing to allow stretching and bending • A positive attitude to improve your health! Zumba $20 long session / $10 short session August 7 – November 6, 2017 (12 sessions) or November 13 – December 11, 2017 (5 sessions) Location: Haws Gym Age: Adult Instructor: Tonya Rittenberry Zumba is a dance fitness program that combines Latin and international music with dance in an effort to make exercise fun! The music has beat and tempo changes that move the workout from one toning, strengthening or cardio move to another, and targets every major muscle group in the body. Zumba uses dance styles such as Salsa, Merengue, Mambo, Hip Hop, Tango, and more. Class meets each Monday afternoon from 4:45-5:45 p.m.


PADUCAH SCHOOL OF ART & DESIGN Introduction to Weaving $109 (includes $10 fee for studio supplies) August 12 or October 7, 2017 9:30 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. PSAD 2D and Graphic Design Building; 905 Harrison Street, Room 205 Age: Adult Instructor: TBD This fiber art workshop provides a basic introduction to weaving and its application to create art with or without any looms. The course will build concepts and skills toward more advanced projects using the looms. Student supply cost will depend upon choice of materials with which to work. Intermediate and Advanced Weaving $109 (includes $10 fee for studio supplies) September 9 or November 4, 2017 9:30 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. PSAD 2D and Graphic Design Building; 905 Harrison Street, Room 205 Age: Adult Instructor: TBD This project-based workshop focuses on how to prepare the loom and provides students time to create their own scarves, runners or wall hangings. The class meets on one Saturday and provides students access to the looms for the following three weeks to complete their projects. Student supply cost will depend upon choice of materials with which to work. Hand and Machine Sewing Basics $90 August 25 and 26, 2017 9:30 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. PSAD 2D and Graphic Design Building; 905 Harrison Street, Room 205 Age: Adult Instructor: Pam Heavrin Material fee: $15 — pay to instructor (Material includes all fabrics, notations and use of studio sewing equipment) Through this workshop, you will learn hand and machine sewing, repairing, decorating and finishing techniques. Marbling on Paper $90 August 25 and 26, 2017 9:30 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. PSAD 2D and Graphic Design Building; 905 Harrison Street, Room 205 Age: Adult Instructor: Charlotte Erwin Material Fee: $45 — pay to instructor (Material includes all paper, paint, medium and use of the equipment) Through this workshop, you will learn the historic forms of marbling on paper and create your own unique work of art. Marbling on Fabric $120 September 15 and 16, 2017 9:30 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. PSAD 2D and Graphic Design Building; 905 Harrison Street, Room 205 Age: ? Instructor: Charlotte Erwin Material fee: $50 — pay to instructor Through this workshop, you will learn the historic forms of marbling on silk or cotton and create your own unique work of art.

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Shibori Dyeing $59 August 11, 2017 9:30 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. PSAD 2D and Graphic Design Building; 905 Harrison Street, Room 205 Age: Adult Instructor: TBD Material fee: $25 (Pay to instructor) This workshop introduces students to dying through Shibori techniques that include folding and champing processes to create unique patterns and designs. Introduction to Watercolor $43 September 2, 2017 9:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. PSAD 2D and Graphic Design Building; 905 Harrison Street, Room 205 Age: Adult Instructor: Anita Rodriguez-Fitch Always wanted to paint in watercolor? Here’s your chance to enjoy and explore this versatile painting medium. Students will learn traditional watercolor basics, as well as more experimental techniques. Supply list for students ($25 estimated for student supplies to be purchased locally): Watercolor paint – tubes, pans or cakes, watercolor brushes - #12 round, #8 round, 1” flat, 4# detail brush, 9” x 12” Strathmore student watercolor paper block, number 2 writing OR drawing pencil, eraser – white, support board IF using loose sheets, painter’s tape for masking off large areas, masking tape for mounting loose sheets to board, paper towels, water containers – NO glass, please! Clean plastic margarine tubs are fine. Introduction to Wheel Throwing and Working with Clay $119 (includes $10 fee for studio supplies and firing of the pieces) September 2, 9, 16, 23, 2017 9:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. Ceramics/Small Metals Building; 919 Madison Street Age: Adult Instructor: TBD Students in this introductory class will learn the basics of throwing forms on the potter’s wheel. Finished works will be Raku fired, an exciting and dramatic technique in which red-hot ceramics are placed in containers of combustible materials, creating beautiful surface effects. From start to finish, this is a fun filled course that can be habit forming. (Additional cost of $12-$24 for clay according to use.) Photo Transfer for Enamels $130 (includes all supplies) September 29, 2017 9:30 a.m. – 4: 00 p.m. Ceramics/Small Metals Building; 919 Madison Street Age: Adult Instructor: Shannon Duffy Students will use photographs, drawings and text to produce dramatic sepia toned images on enameled pieces. Using special paper and a laser printer, students will transfer their images then permanently affixing them to the enameled surface. This technique can be used as a supplement to showcase another technique or as the centerpiece of the work.


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PADUCAH SCHOOL OF ART & DESIGN

Oil Painting Fabric and Pattern from Life $76 (includes $10 studio fee) October 14 and 21, 2017 9:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. PSAD 2D and Graphic Design Building; 905 Harrison Street, Room 201 Age: Adult Instructor: Tanya Neitzke During this workshop, students will learn how to mix colors from a limited palette and will be introduced to oil painting techniques to paint fabric from life. Participants will need to purchase and bring the following and wear appropriate clothing or bring an apron to class. *Oil Paint (any student brands: all small tubes except for the first color listed: Titanium white (big tube), Cadmium Red or Brilliant Red, Alizarin Crimson, Viridian Green, Cerulean Blue Hue, Cadmium Yellow or Medium Yellow *Brushes, a mix of small, big and medium brushes, flat and filbert. Preferably soft – Flat (#8, #12, or #14); Filbert (#10, #12, or #14) *Metal palette knife *1 Canvas: 16”x 20” or larger *Rags or paper towels ***solvent, acrylic paint, jars and palettes will be provided. Figure Drawing $98 (includes $20 model fee) November 5, 12, 19, 2017 9:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. PSAD 2D and Graphic Design Building; 905 Harrison Street, Room 203 Age: Adult Instructor: Randy Simmons In this class students will draw from the nude model with both short and long poses. Focus will be on gesture drawing and body proportions. Students may use whatever drawing media they wish but charcoal is the recommended choice. Supply list for students ($10-15 estimated cost of student supplies to be purchased locally): Block and vine charcoal, 18” x 24” newsprint pad, kneaded or white eraser Photoshop – Digital Manipulation $115 (includes $15 for studio supplies) October 2, 9, 16, 23, 2017 6:30 – 9:00 p.m. PSAD 2D and Graphic Design Building; 905 Harrison Street, Room 111 Age: Adult Instructor: Alan Jackson Participants will learn how to use Adobe Photoshop to manipulate images, create composite images and retouch photographs. Students must be computer literate. This course is a perfect introduction to the power of Photoshop for beginners or to add to basic skills with the software.

Digital Painting $109 (includes $10 for studio supplies) September 9, 16, 23, 2017 9:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. PSAD 2D and Graphic Design Building; 905 Harrison Street, Room 111 Age: Adult Instructor: JP Rhea This class covers the basics of Adobe Photoshop and the Wacob Intuos 4 tables to create digital paintings and illustrations. Participants will also create custom brushes and color swatches in Photoshop and learn how to customize and become familiar with the Wacom tablet and pressure sensitive pen as an alternative to a traditional computer mouse when making digital art. Camera Phone 101 $109 (includes $10 for studio supplies) October 7, 14, 21, 2017 9:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. PSAD 2D and Graphic Design Building 905 Harrison Street, Room 111 Age: Adult Instructor: JP Rhea Learn how to take better photographs with your mobile device or smart phone. This class covers basic photographic considerations such as framing and the rule of thirds, lighting considerations such as the Golden Hour and using bounces and/or reflectors, as well as photo editing options using mobile apps (for the Android and iPhone) and output options for uploading to social media and printing hard copies of your photographs. Screen Printing $119 (includes $20 for studio supplies) September 20, 27, October 4, 2017 6:30 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. PSAD 2D and Graphic Design Building; 905 Harrison Street, Room 110 Age: Adult Instructor: Erich Neitzke This class introduces students to the basics of screen printing as a fine arts medium. Students will learn to prepare images using hand to digital positives, coat screens, register and print multiple color images and create one-of-a-kind or limited edition works of art. Additional costs for paper and other supplies. Etching $119 (includes $20 for studio supplies) November 4, 11, 18, 2017 9:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. PSAD 2D and Graphic Design Building; 905 Harrison Street, Room 110 Age: Adult Instructor: Michael Crouse This class introduces students to the basics of etching and intaglio printmaking. Students will learn to prepare plates, explore a range of etching technique, ink plates and pull impressions from the press to create one-of-a-kind or limited edition prints. Additional costs for paper and other supplies.


PADUCAH SCHOOL OF ART & DESIGN Polyester Plate Lithography $53 (includes $20 fee for studio supplies) December 2, 2017 9:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. PSAD 2D and Graphic Design Building; 905 Harrison Street, Room 110 Age: Adult Instructor: Erich Neitzke This class introduces students to the basics of dry plate lithography on polyester plates. Students will learn to draw directly on prepared plates, ink plates and pull impressions from the press to create one-of-a-kind or limited edition prints. Drypoint Intaglio $53 (includes $20 fee for studio supplies) October 28, 2017 9:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. PSAD 2D and Graphic Design Building; 905 Harrison Street, Room 110 Age: Adult Instructor: Michael Crouse This class introduces students to drypoint, the most direct form of intaglio printmaking where prints are taken from ink trapped in the recessed areas drawn directly into a metal or plastic plate. Students will learn to prepare plates, ink plates, and pull impressions from the press to create one-ofa-kind or limited edition prints. saturday intensives for high school students Ceramics $75 (includes all materials) Oct. 28, Nov. 4, 11, 18, 2017 9:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. Ceramics/Small Metals Building; 919 Madison Street Age: High School Students Instructor: TBA This course introduces students to the basics of clay construction and the properties of clay as an artistic medium. Each student will create raku-fired pottery, either functional or sculptural. Students will learn: • Forming and joining through pinch, slab and wheel thrown techniques • Glazing and raku-firing techniques • Proper use of kilns and safety measures Figure and Portrait Drawing $75 (includes all materials) Sept. 16, 23, 30, Oct. 7, 2017 9:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. PSAD, 2D and Graphic Design Building; 905 Harrison Street, Room 203 Age: High School Students Instructor: Randy Simmons Students will enhance their observational and drawing skills through work from a clothed model. Students will enhance their portfolios and learn how to: • Use charcoal and erasing techniques to expand the tonal range and quality of their work • Determine and apply figure and facial proportions • Create a compelling self portrait from a photo of themselves

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Jewelry and Metals $75 (includes all materials) Sept. 30, Oct. 7, 14, 21, 2017 9:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. Ceramics/Small Metals, 919 Madison Street Age: High School Students Instructor: TBA This class introduces students to the basics of working with metal and other materials. Projects are designed to cover cold connections, sawing, forming, rolling and soldering techniques. Students will create unique pendants, bracelets, cuffs or other forms of wearable art. Join the fun and get hooked on making your own bling and ornamentation. Tools will be supplied. Student supply cost will depend upon choice of materials and metals with which to work. children’s programs Get Creative $35 (includes studio supplies) September 30, 2017 9:00 – 11: 00 a.m. Age: 6 – 10 Instructor: John Romang October 7, 2017 9:00 – 11:00 a.m. Age: 11 – 15 Instructor: John Romang PSAD, 2D and Graphic Design Building; 905 Harrison Street, Room 205 In this workshop, participants will use hot glue, ink and recycled acrylic sheets to create small scale abstract sculptures, combining form and color to create unique works of art. Get Colorful $35 (includes studio supplies) November 4, 2017 9:00 – 11:00 a.m. Age: 6 – 10 Instructor: Juanita Gillium November 11, 2017 9:00 – 11:00 a.m. Age: 11 – 15 Instructor: Juanita Gillium PSAD, 2D and Graphic Design Building; 905 Harrison Street, Room 201 This program explores contemporary painting with ink and acrylic paint to create unique and collaborative abstract paintings. Get Muddy $59 (includes studio supplies) October 7, 14, 2017 9:00 – 11:00 a.m. Age: 6 – 10 Instructor: Juanita Gillium October 21, 28, 2017 9:00 – 11:00 a.m. Age: 11 – 15 Instructor: Juanita Gillium Cost: (includes studio supplies) Ceramics/Small Metals, 919 Madison Street This program explores basic techniques with clay. Participants will dig into clay with instruction and their own creative energy, completing objects and forms that will last a lifetime!


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PHOTOGRAPHY

Photographic Fundamentals 101 $100 August 22 – September 19 or 6:00 – 8:00 p.m. November 14 – December 12, 2017 ETC, Room 214 Age: Adult Instructor: Jim Ethridge Learn the basics of making a great photograph. Class will cover topics like camera types, aperture, shutter speeds, ISO, composition, posing, lighting and how they work together to produce a beautiful photography. A local field trip and critique is planned to test your skills. Class meets five consecutive Tuesday evenings. Please bring your own camera to class. Digital cameras are recommended for this class. (Not a point and shoot.)

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Photographic Fundamentals 102 $115 October 10 – November 7, 2017 6:00 – 8:00 p.m. ETC, Room 214 Age: Adult Instructor: Jim Ethridge Delve deeper into what it takes to produce great photographs. Hands-on exercises in class will push you to experiment what is possible for your photography. There is a review of the basics and in-class discussion of several photographic subjects. A local field trip is planned for the class. An understanding of basic terminology and camera operation is helpful. Class meets five consecutive Tuesday evenings. Please bring your own camera to class. Digital cameras are recommended for this class. (Not a point and shoot.)


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Community Education • July – December 2017  

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