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Art • Theatre Production • New Media • Photography • Children and Youth Courses • Dance • Music • Professional Writing • Arts and Cultural Management • Travel


Contents Art 3 Theatre Production 5 New Media 6 Photography 7 Dance 8 Children and Youth Courses 11 Alberta College Conservatory of Music 13 Centre for the Arts Music 16 Bachelor of Applied Communications in Professional Writing 17 University Credit Courses 20 Arts and Cultural Management Certificate Online 21 Registration Information 22 NEW YORK Travel Trip Back Cover

www.artsoutreach.org  |  Call 780.497.5000 to register Diane Shantz 780.497.4301 shantzd3@macewan.ca

AC: Alberta College Conservatory of Music 10050 MacDonald Dr. CCC: City Centre Campus 10700 104 Ave. MSC: MacEwan South Campus 7319 29 Ave.

Art, Design, Dance & Photography

Children’s Music & Dance Brenda Philp Music 780.497.4303 Travel philpb@macewan.ca Bachelor of Applied Joyce Nethercote Communications in 780.497.5614 Professional Writing writing@macewan.ca Journalism Alberta College Conservatory Katie Olsson of Music 780.633.3725 conservatory@macewan.ca Music in Early Childhood Maureen Lee 780.633.3705 leem35@macewan.ca

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Campus Designations: CFAC: Centre for the Arts and Communications 10045-156 St.

INFORMATION Art Arts & Cultural Management Credit Courses Dance New Media Photography Theatre Production Youth Courses:

Campus Locations in Edmonton

e-Campus online courses. Visit www.eCampusAlberta.ca for more information.

Discover the Arts Continuing Education at Grant MacEwan University caters to those looking to enhance and expand their creativity as well as to allow for personal growth in interest areas such as Photography, Art, Dance, Music, Writing, New Media and Theatre. We’ve developed a course listing that also introduces and expands the knowledge of the arts for Children and Youth. Whether you’re a seasoned professional looking to brush up on your skills, interested in pursuing your burning desire to enroll in that course you’ve been putting off for years, or wanting to enroll your children to enhance their creativity and talents further, MacEwan’s Centre for the Arts and Communications offers a wide variety of courses to suit your needs!

Every effort is made to ensure the accuracy of this brochure at the time of printing. MacEwan reserves the right to make necessary changes to the information contained herein.


Art

ARTE 102 (621) ..... CCC M - F, May 2 – 20, 9 am – noon

Call 780.497.4301 or e-mail shantzd3@macewan.ca for more information; call 780.497.5000 to register. Course fees do not include supplies or textbooks unless otherwise indicated.

Contemporary Art Issues

CREDIT COURSES

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Drawing I

This course is an introduction to the principles and elements of drawing. Students work in a variety of media such as charcoal, graphite, ink wash and conté, and deal with the following content: tonal scales; perspective; mark-making exploration; gestural, contour and tonal drawing. Students will learn to problem solve as well as to analyze and critique their work. Students may be required to attend visiting artist lectures and art exhibitions outside of scheduled class hours. See www.acat.gov.ab.ca for transferability. Instructor: D. Rydman $749, plus $10 + GST material fee, course supplies extra, university transfer, 4 credits ARTE 110 (571) ..... CFAC T and Th, Sep 9 – Dec 16, 6:30 - 9:30 pm (No class Nov 11) ARTE 110 (621) ..... CFAC T and Th, Apr 26 – Jul 28, 6:30 - 9:30 pm

Art History I

This course is an introduction to the history of Western art and architecture from the prehistoric to the end of the late Gothic period (circa the early 1300s). See www.acat.gov.ab.ca for transferability. $594, text extra, university transfer, 3 credits ARTE 101 (571) ..... CCC T, Sep 14 – Dec 14, 11 am – 2 pm Instructor: S. Gunderson ARTE 101 (572) ..... CCC T, Sep 14 – Dec 14, 6 – 9 pm Instructor: E. Beauchamp

This course is designed to familiarize the student with art made from 1950 onward. It deals with the various styles, media, issues and artists that make up the contemporary art scene. Students are actively involved in discussions and in the analysis of art, texts and ideas. They are required to research various topics and artists for both oral presentations and assigned essays. Students may be expected to attend some lectures and exhibitions outside of scheduled class time. Instructor: H. Santa-Balazs Prerequisite: minimum of C- in ARTE 202 or consent of the Chair. See www.acat.gov.ab.ca for transferability. $594, text extra, university transfer, 3 credits ARTE 203 (571) ..... CFAC M, Sep 13 - Dec 13, 2 - 5 pm (No class Oct 11) ARTE 203 (572) ..... CFAC W, Sep 8 - Dec 15, 2 – 5 pm

20th Century Visual Culture: c. 1900 – 1950

Beginning with a review of the foundations of Modernism in the late 19th century, this course examines the major movements in art, architecture, photography and design produced in Europe and North America to the mid-20th Century. See www. acat.gov.ab.ca for transferability. Instructor: S. Gunderson. $594, text extra, university transfer, 3 credits ARTE 202 (596) ..... CCC T, Jan 18 - Apr 19, 11 am – 2 pm ARTE 202 (621) ..... CCC M - F, May 24 - Jun 10, 9 am – noon

NONCREDIT COURSES

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Art Fundamentals:

Introduction to Art and Portfolio Preparation

ARTE 102 (571) ..... CCC Th, Sep 9 - Dec 16, 11 am – 2 pm (No class Nov 11)

This is an introductory course that covers the principles of drawing, sculpture and design. Although the course is specifically intended to serve the needs of students who are preparing portfolios for fine art programs, anyone interested in a general introduction to the visual arts is welcome to attend. Projects may include principles of composition based on an abstract plaster sculpture; a series of figure drawings that cover aspects of anatomy, proportion, and observation; a still life project that focuses on tonal drawing; and a mixed media project that deals with principles of formal unity. Instructor: K. Johnson. $319, some supplies included, noncredit

ARTE 102 (596) ..... CCC Th, Jan 13 – Apr 21, 11 am – 2 pm

ARTE 0143 (550) ..... CFAC 10 M, Sep 20 – Nov 29, 6:30 – 9:30 pm (No class Oct 11)

ARTE 102 (597) ..... CCC Th, Jan 20 – Apr 21, 6 – 9 pm Instructor: E. Beauchamp

ARTE 0143 (576) ..... CFAC 10 M, Jan 17 – Mar 28, 6:30 – 9:30 pm (No class Feb 21)

Art History II

This course is an introduction to the history of Western art and architecture from the early Renaissance (circa 1300) to the present. See www.acat.gov.ab.ca for transferability. Instructor: S. Gunderson. $594, text extra, university transfer, 3 credits

ARTE 102 (1600) ..... eCA Feb 1 – Apr 30

ARTE 0143 (577) ..... CFAC 10 M, Apr 11 – Jun 27, 6:30 – 9:30 pm (No class April 25)

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Foundation for Drawing

This course helps the absolute beginner to draw with confidence and ease, and introduces participants to the joy of informal sketching. Through drawing people, places and things, this course follows the practice of observing the world around you. Draw using shading and highlighting, proportion, perspective, and negative and positive space. Improve eye to hand control and gain fluidity in drawing. $215, noncredit ARTE 0500 (550) ..... CFAC 8 Th, Sep 16 - Nov 4, 6:30 - 9:30 pm Instructor: K. Johner.

ARTE 0520 (576) ..... CFAC 6 W, Jan 19 - Feb 23, 6:30 - 9:30 pm

The Human Form: Lifedrawing and Figure Painting

Foundation for Painting

Using acrylic paints, learn about colour mixing and techniques of paint application. Learn composition and paint with a sense of structure, depth, light and atmosphere. Explore a range of subject matter, develop observational skills, and discover an individual approach to the painted surface. A previous drawing course is recommended. $225, noncredit ARTE 0510 (550) ..... CFAC 8 T, Sep 14 - Nov 2, 6:30 - 9:30 pm Instructor: D. Shkolny.

ARTE 0521 (576) ..... CFAC 8 M, Feb 28 - Apr 18, 6:30 - 9:30 pm Instructor: D. Moore.

Exploring the Basics of Drawing

Learn to develop that special hand-eye coordination that allows artists to draw practically anything. This course will provide you with plenty of demonstrations and exercises to aid you in understanding the methods and materials used to make realistic drawings. You will be shown how to perceive and translate visual elements onto paper to achieve realism in your drawings and how to establish proportion and perspective. Designed for beginners, this course will also be of interest to people with limited drawing experience who wish to perfect their technique. Instructor: F. Haddock. $199, noncredit ARTE 0112 (550) ..... CFAC 8 W, Sep 15 – Nov 3, 6:30 – 9:30 pm

NEW! Shoe Box Sculpture

This sculpture course focuses on size – pieces are shoe box size or smaller - materials and creativity. Working on a small scale, participants create a dialogue between the materials and content by focusing on form, surface and texture. The instructor will guide both experienced artists working in a range of media, and participants new to sculpture, through an exploration of diverse materials, techniques and concepts. Instructor: K. Johner. $259, some supplies included, noncredit ARTE 0531 (550) ..... CFAC 8 S, Oct 16 – Dec 4, 9 am – noon

Capturing Portraits on Paper

ARTE 0112 (576) ..... CFAC 8 W, Jan 19 – Mar 9, 6:30 – 9:30 pm Learn how to paint landscapes using Wild Rose country as your inspiration. Discover how to mix colours and apply them to canvas to make realistic paintings through step-by-step demonstrations. Learn how to start paintings and compose them into original pieces of art. This is a great course for both beginners and intermediates wanting to brush up on painting skills. Instructor: F. Haddock. $199, noncredit

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Loosen up first with rapid gesture drawings and formal studies and then create painted works. Work from life models to render the full three-dimensional figure with an understanding of construction, proportion and mass. Define surfaces and show changes in the form using colour variation, and contrasts in light, shade and texture. Colour theory, colour mixing and acrylic painting techniques will be studied. This course provides participants with a basis for portrait drawing and painting. $295, noncredit ARTE 0521 (550) ..... CFAC 8 M, Oct 25 - Dec 13, 6:30 - 9:30 pm

ARTE 0510 (576) ..... CFAC 8 Th, Jan 20 - Mar 10, 6:30 - 9:30 pm Instructor: S. Cumberland.

ARTE 0114 (550) ..... CFAC 8 Th, Sep 16 – Nov 4, 6:30 – 9:30 pm

This drawing course is a must for those interested in drawing and painting the human form with confidence and fluidity. Draw from the model using direct observation and develop an understanding of the underlying form, skeletal landmarks and body masses. Acquire the skills to draw hands, feet and faces and learn how to construct three dimensional forms, determine good proportions and accommodate for perspective views. A previous drawing course is recommended. $225, noncredit ARTE 0520 (550) ..... CFAC 6 W, Sep 15 - Oct 20, 6:30 - 9:30 pm Instructor: D. Shkolny.

ARTE 0500 (576) ..... CFAC 8 T, Jan 18 - Mar 8, 6:30 - 9:30 pm Instructor: S. Cumberland.

Landscapes in Acrylics

Foundation for Lifedrawing - Anatomy of the Form

Have you ever wanted to draw a movie star or a music celebrity? Learn to use graphite, charcoal, or carbon to draw faces from a variety of sources. Demonstrations and exercises will show the steps you need to know to create portraits of your screen heroes. Start with line drawing and learn how to keep your image in proportion. Follow that with the best methods for adding shading to make every portrait pop off the page. Instructor: F. Haddock. $109, noncredit ARTE 0128 (550) ..... CFAC 4 W, Nov 17 – Dec 8, 6:30 – 9:30 pm

Painting the Four Seasons Using Watercolours Create gorgeous landscapes that reflect our four seasons. Demonstrations and personal attention will help you learn how to paint frosty winter scenes, vibrant spring greens, warm

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summer days, and colourful fall trees. Learn how to use your materials to mix colours and apply them to the canvas to get just the right effect. Professional instruction will help you learn the basics of watercolour materials and painting techniques. Handouts will reinforce the ideas introduced in each session, making this a “complete learning how to paint” course! Instructor: F. Haddock. $109, noncredit ARTE 0132 (550) ..... CFAC 4 Th, Nov 18 – Dec 9, 6:30 – 9:30 pm

NEW! Relief Sculpture

This course introduces participants to a range of techniques and materials to create both low and high relief sculpture. Develop projects through experimentation with a variety of materials ranging from found objects to paper. Gain an overview of both contemporary and historical relief sculpture and develop pieces with a range of content from the representational to the abstract. Instructor: K. Johner. $259, some supplies included, noncredit ARTE 0532 (576) ..... CFAC 8 S, Jan 15 – Mar 12, 9 am – noon (No class Feb 19)

Landscapes Across Canada with Acrylics

Canada has some of the most breathtaking views in the world. Come and explore Canadian nature scenes while learning about colour mixing, brush techniques, and composition. Your instructor will demonstrate projects to give you a greater understanding of how to start and develop your paintings of Peggy’s Cove, Alberta’s big skies, and many more. Instructor: F. Haddock. $199, noncredit ARTE 0141 (576) ..... CFAC 8 Th, Jan 20 – Mar 10, 6:30 – 9:30 pm

Your Guide to Ink and Wash Drawing

This course introduces the materials and techniques used to create ink and wash drawings. Learn how to draw basic images, ink them, and add a sparkle of colour to complete them. Demonstrations show how a wide range of subjects can be accomplished using this fun mixture of mediums. Instructor: F. Haddock. $109, noncredit ARTE 0196 (576) ..... CFAC 4 W, Mar 23 – Apr 13, 6:30 – 9:30 pm

Painting Wildlife Using Acrylics

Theatre Production Call 780.497.4301 or e-mail shantzd3@macewan.ca for more information; call 780.497.5000 to register. Continuing Education is pleased to offer a number of Theatre Production credit courses over the fall and winter terms. Please call for course information, dates and times. Consent of the Program Chair and satisfactory completion of prerequisites, where applicable, are required prior to registration in any Theatre Production courses. See www.acat.gov.ab.ca for course transferability.

CREDIT COURSES FALL 2010

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Drafting and Model Making

$499 and a $30 + GST material fee, 2 credits TPPR 102 (571) ..... CFAC

Audio I

$499, 2 credits TPPR 110 (571) ..... CFAC

Footings

$784 and a $10 special fee and a $50 + GST material fee, 5 credits TPPR 111 (571) ..... CFAC

Rigging

$404 and a $10 + GST material fee, 1 credit TPPR 108 (571) ..... CFAC

Stagecraft II

$499 and a $30 + GST material fee, 2 credits TPPR 204 (571) ..... CFAC

Set Painting II

$404 and a $30 + GST material fee, 1 credit TPPR 206 (571) ..... CFAC

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Applied Theatre History $594, 3 credits TPPR 101 (596) ..... CFAC

Stagecraft I

$499 and a $30 + GST material fee, 2 credits TPPR 104 (596) ..... CFAC

Take your landscapes to a new level by adding wildlife! Learn how to mix colours for animal fur, and to create textures found on a variety of animals, through individual instruction and demonstrations. Compose landscapes and place animals in just the right place to make the painting come to life. Each painting focuses on a different animal including deer, wolves and birds. Instructor: F. Haddock. $109, noncredit

Set Painting I

ARTE 0113 (576) ..... CFAC 4 Th, Mar 24 – Apr 14, 6:30 – 9:30 pm

$499, 2 credits TPPR 210 (596) ..... CFAC

$499 and a $30 + GST material fee, 2 credits TPPR 106 (596) ..... CFAC

Introduction to Costumes

$499 and a $25 + GST material fee, 2 credits TPPR 107 (596) ..... CFAC

Audio II

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NONCREDIT COURSES

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Set Etiquette and Protocol

This course for newcomers to the film industry is being offered in cooperation with I.A.T.S.E. Local 210. Attend this information packed seminar and learn what to expect when you are called to work on a film set and what you are supposed to do when you arrive on set. This workshop will provide you with vocabulary and details about the chain of command in the film crew. Find out who does what, the behaviour that is expected of you, and what you need to bring to a call. Instructors: J. Concannon, J. Kennedy, P. Oleniuk. $99, noncredit TPPR 0110 (550) ..... CCC 1 S, Oct 16, 10 am – 3:30 pm

Study basic and advanced features of this powerful layout and design software. In-class projects will guide you through the design of single and multi-page documents, using InDesign’s extensive tool palette and functionality. Basic computer experience is required. $315, noncredit VCOM 0160 (550) ..... CFAC 6 W, Oct 6 – Nov 10, 6:30 - 9:30 pm VCOM 0160 (551) ..... CFAC S and Su, Sep 25 – 26, 9 am - 5 pm VCOM 0160 (576) ..... CFAC 6 W, Feb 2 – Mar 9, 6:30 - 9:30 pm VCOM 0160 (577) ..... CFAC S and Su, Feb 5 – 6, 9 am - 5 pm

TPPR 0110 (576) ..... CCC 1 S, Feb 12, 10 am – 3:30 pm

Adobe Illustrator

New Media Call 780.497.4301 or email shantzd3@macewan.ca for more information. Call 780.497.5000 to register. Course fees do not include supplies or textbooks unless otherwise indicated.

Introductory Macintosh

This course gives you a solid understanding of how the Macintosh operates including surfing the web, using email, adjusting your user preferences and the basics in iPhoto and iTunes. $225, noncredit VCOM 0154 (550) ..... CFAC 4 T, Oct 5 – 26, 6:30 – 9:30 pm VCOM 0154 (576) ..... CFAC 4 T, Feb 1 – 22, 6:30 – 9:30 pm

Macintosh II

Explore the Macintosh in more detail by studying the advanced features offered in iPhoto, iTunes, iMovie and iDVD along with basic troubleshooting skills. $225, noncredit VCOM 0354 (550) ..... CFAC 4 T, Nov 9 – 30, 6:30 – 9:30 pm

Used primarily in the creation of logos, illustrations and 2D graphics, Illustrator is the industry–standard software for graphic design. Participants study the features and functions, including the sophisticated drawing tools, through in-class projects. $315, noncredit AVDM 0170 (550) ..... CFAC S and Su, Nov 20 – 21, 9 am – 5 pm AVDM 0170 (576) ..... CFAC S and Su, Mar 5 – 6, 9 am – 5 pm

Web Design and Development Level I

Web Design and Development Level I is designed to be a stepping stone for students interested in web development. In this course students will learn the basic concepts in web development such as design theories, content, proper navigation and usability. Students will learn and implement concepts of site structure and website planning. The course will give the students an opportunity to construct basic websites through programming in HTML and an introduction to industry leading web authoring software Adobe Dreamweaver and Adobe’s ImageReady. Basic computer experience is required. $315, noncredit AVDM 0163 (550) ..... CFAC 3 T and Th, Oct 5 – 21, 6:30 – 9:30 pm

VCOM 0354 (576) ..... CFAC 4 T, Mar 1 – 22, 6:30 – 9:30 pm

Adobe Photoshop

Adobe InDesign

AVDM 0163 (576) ..... CFAC 3 T and Th, Feb 1 – 17, 6:30 – 9:30 pm

Using Photoshop’s powerful set of tools, filters and functions, students will adjust, edit and alter photographs in this hands-on course. Basic computer experience is required. $315, noncredit

Web Site Design and Development II

AVDM 0165 (576) ..... CFAC 6 M, Feb 7 – Mar 21, 6:30 - 9:30 pm

This course is designed to further student’s existing knowledge of Web Development. Students will create, design and implement professional layouts for the web. Students will be introduced to scripting languages such as Cascading Style Sheets and JavaScript, used to create and implement web projects. The course will examine strategies in developing successful user-friendly websites and applications using advanced features in Adobe’s Dreamweaver and Adobe’s ImageReady. Completion of Web Design and Development I or web design experience is required. $350, noncredit

AVDM 0165 (577) ..... CFAC S and Su, Feb 12 - 13, 9 am - 5 pm

AVDM 0555 (550) ..... CFAC 3 T and Th, Oct 28 – Nov 18, 6:30 – 9:30 pm (No class Nov 11)

AVDM 0165 (550) ..... CFAC S and Su, Oct 23 - 24, 9 am - 5 pm AVDM 0165 (550) ..... CFAC 6 M, Sep 27 – Nov 8, 6:30 - 9:30 pm

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AVDM 0555 (576) ..... CFAC 3 T and Th, Mar 1 – 17, 6:30 – 9:30 pm

CREDIT COURSES

Web Design and Development Level III

Digital Photography

This course will introduce students to database connectivity to generate dynamic content. Advance use of DHTML (CSS and JavaScript) will be introduced to enhance user experience. Students will learn the components for project proposals and the use of different development methodologies (SDLC and RUP) used for managing a web project. Class discussion and examples will be delivered to raise project management issues and other challenges that may arise during the life cycle of a project. Completion of Web Design and Development I and II or considerable web design experience is required. $350, noncredit AVDM 0655 (550) ..... CFAC 3 T and Th, Nov 30 – Dec 16, 6:30 – 9:30 pm AVDM 0655 (576) ..... CFAC 3 T and Th, Apr 5 – 21, 6:30 – 9:30 pm

Macromedia Dreamweaver MX

Building on your working knowledge of Dreamweaver, this course will cover the advanced features of the software with attention to sophisticated site organization and management, as well as how to connect to a database with Dreamweaver’s user friendly functionality. $315, noncredit AVDM 0161 (550) ..... CFAC S and Su, Oct 18 – 19, 9 am – 5 pm AVDM 0161 (576) ..... CFAC S and Su, Jan 22 – 23, 9 am – 5 pm

Macromedia Flash

The premiere tool for developing online animation and rich media integrating audio and video. Students will build a fully-functional Flash website using the core tools and functions available in this powerful software. Previous computer experience is required. $315, noncredit AVDM 0162 (550) ..... CFAC S and Su, Sep 18 – 19, 9 am – 5 pm AVDM 0162 (576) ..... CFAC S and Su, Apr 9 – 10, 9 am – 5 pm

Photography Call 780.497.4301 or email shantzd3@macewan.ca for more information. Call 780.497.5000 to register. Course fees do not include supplies or textbooks unless otherwise indicated.

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Students create photo-based images with a digital single lens reflex camera, computer graphics software and printing technology. As students explore the fundamentals of image composition and the operation of a digital camera, they learn to capture, manipulate, edit, print and mount digital images. Participants are to bring their own digital SLR camera. $594, plus $20 + GST special fee, course supplies extra, 3 credits VCPH 100 (571) ..... CFAC 14 T, Sep 14 – Dec 14, 6:30 – 9:30 pm Instructor: J. Symington. VCPH 100 (596) ..... CFAC 14 Th, Jan 20 – Apr 21, 6:30 – 9:30 pm Instructor: S. Tate. VCPH 100 (621) ..... CFAC 14 Th, Apr 28 - Jul 28, 6:30 - 9:30 pm Instructor: J. Symington.

NONCREDIT COURSES

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Digital SLR Basics

Take better photographs by learning the operations and functions of your compact digital or DSLR camera. Learn techniques for shooting portraits, landscapes and flash photography. This one-day workshop is designed to give you a solid working knowledge of your camera. Digital camera with manual capabilities required. $110, noncredit VCPH 0101 (550) ..... CFAC 1 S, Sep 25, 9 am – 5 pm Instructor: J. Symington. VCPH 0101 (551) ..... CFAC 2 Th, Sep 23 - 30, 6:30 – 9:30 pm Instructor: J. Symington. VCPH 0101 (552) ..... CFAC 1 S, Nov 13, 9 am – 5 pm Instructor: J. Symington. VCPH 0101 (577) ..... CFAC 2 Th, Jan 20 – 27, 6:30 – 9:30 pm Instructor: J. Symington. VCPH 0101 (576) ..... CFAC 1 S, Jan 22, 9 am – 5 pm Instructor: S. Khorrami VCPH 0101 (578) ..... CFAC 1 S, Mar 5, 9 am - 5 pm Instructor: J. Symington.

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Digital SLR I

This is a course for those who already have a working knowledge of their digital SLR camera and want more control and confidence to create the images they want. The course covers DSLR photography from the inside out. Learn how digital images are made and how to control camera settings for proper exposures. Learn how to operate your camera in manual mode to take pictures in all kinds of situations. Discuss historical and contemporary photographs for compositions, tone, style and concept. Digital SLR camera with manual control required. $199, noncredit

VCPH 0108 (577) ..... CFAC 2 S, Apr 9 and 16, 9 am - noon

VCPH 0102 (576) ..... CFAC 5 Th, Feb 3 – Mar 3, 6:30 – 9:30 pm Instructor: J. Symington.

Creating a Narrative with Photographs

VCPH 0102 (577) ..... CFAC 5 Th, Mar 17 – Apr 14, 6:30 – 9:30 pm Instructor: S. Tate.

NEW! Digital SLR II

This project based course challenges participants with an exploration of the technical and creative aspects of DSLR photography. Participants learn how to utilize the Zone System to gain greater control of exposures, and experiment with the artistic and technical potential of camera controls. The instructor will combine a progressive series of assignments with a discovery of how to look at and critique photographic work. Students are required to spend time out of class to complete assignments. Digital SLR camera with manual control required. Prerequisite: This course is for participants who have a solid knowledge of their DSLR. Digital SLR I recommended. Instructor: J. Symington. $295, noncredit VCPH 0202 (576) ..... CFAC 8 W, Mar 2 – Apr 20, 6:30 – 9:30 pm

VCPH 0160 (576) ..... CFAC 6 W, Jan 19 – Feb 23, 6:30 – 9:30 pm VCPH 0160 (577) ..... CFAC 6 W, Mar 9 – Apr 13, 6:30 – 9:30 pm

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Documentary photographers and photojournalists know how to tell a story by capturing the right moment. This project based course covers narrative, representational and documentary photography, and introduces the technical skills and principles of visually effective work. Techniques of thematic development, communicating with an audience, and storyboarding are learned to create individual and meaningful photographic projects. Participants are to bring their own digital SLR camera and have a good working knowledge of their camera. Instructor: S. Khorrami. $245, noncredit VCPH 0107 (550) ..... CFAC 6 Su, Oct 17 - Nov 21, 1 - 4 pm VCPH 0107 (576) ..... CFAC 6 Su, Jan 23 - Mar 6, 1 - 4 pm (No class Feb 20)

Dance Call 780.497.4301 or email shantzd3@macewan.ca for more information. Call 780.497.5000 to register.

Ballet for Beginners

From capture to output, this digital photography lab course introduces participants to the practical, creative and technical aspects of working with digital images. The hands-on course covers a range of areas from image adjustment to colour and tone control to printing. Participants are introduced to workflow principles and a range of software needed to sort, edit and manage a library of photographic images. Important strategies to back-up and preserve photographic files are also introduced. Working knowledge of DSLR photography is required. Instructor: S. Tate. $225, plus $20 + GST special fee, noncredit

VCPH 0160 (551) ..... CFAC 6 W, Nov 3 – Dec 8, 6:30 – 9:30 pm

VCPH 0108 (550) ..... CFAC 2 S, Oct 30 and Nov 6, 9 am - noon

VCPH 0108 (576) ..... CFAC 2 S, Mar 12 and 19, 9 am - noon

VCPH 0102 (551) ..... CFAC 2 S, Oct 16 – 23, 9 am - 5 pm Instructor: J. Symington.

VCPH 0160 (550) ..... CFAC 6 W, Sep 22 – Oct 27, 6:30 – 9:30 pm

Are you the family photographer appointed to capture the day? Learn how to document the key moments in a wedding or other group occasion. Special topics include tricky indoor lighting, arranging large and small groups, anticipating and shooting action, and much more. Participants will bring their own digital SLR camera and have a good working knowledge of their camera. Instructor: S. Khorrami. $110, noncredit

VCPH 0108 (551) ..... CFAC 2 S, Dec 4 and 11, 9 am - noon

VCPH 0102 (550) ..... CFAC 5 Th, Oct 7 – Nov 4, 6:30 – 9:30 pm Instructor: J. Symington.

NEW! Digital Darkroom

Event Photography

Designed for beginners, this course provides an opportunity to develop poise, strength and graceful movement through work on dance steps and building a vocabulary of classical movements. This is a perfect starting point for those who wish to experience and benefit from dance training. Instructor: G. Hay. $155, noncredit DNCE 0159 (550) ..... CFAC 10 T, Sep 28 – Nov 30, 7:30 - 9 pm DNCE 0159 (576) ..... CFAC 10 T, Jan 18 – Mar 22, 7:30 - 9 pm •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••

Jazz Dance for Beginners

Students are introduced to dance terminology and are guided through warm-up exercises to develop strength, flexibility and coordination. This is an excellent class for beginners who wish to exercise and learn dance combinations. Instructor: C. Hilderman. $145, noncredit

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DNCE 0145 (550) ..... CFAC 10 S, Sep 25 – Dec 4, 2 – 3:30 pm (No class Oct 9) DNCE 0145 (576) ..... CFAC 10 S, Jan 15 – Mar 26, 2 – 3:30 pm (No class Feb 19)

Jazz Dance II

Develop your jazz dancing skills to include increased strength and sense of rhythm using steps in various combinations. One to two years of prior study is recommended. Instructor: C. Hilderman. $145, noncredit

this course covers gypsy and tribal steps and movements of belly dance. Performance elements include facial expression and striking movements. Improve flexibility and muscle tone in an enjoyable learning environment. Instructor: T. Robar. $145, noncredit

DNCE 0250 (550) ..... CFAC 10 T, Sep 28 – Nov 30, 5 – 6:30 pm

DNCE 0153 (550) ..... CFAC 10 W, Sep 29 – Dec 1, 7:30 - 9 pm

DNCE 0250 (576) ..... CFAC 10 T, Jan 18 – Mar 22, 5 – 6:30 pm

DNCE 0153 (576) ..... CFAC 10 W, Jan 19 – Mar 23, 7:30 - 9 pm

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Tap Dance for Beginners

Let us introduce you to the rhythm and fun of tap dance! Practice the steps, movement and techniques of this expressive and exuberant style of dance. Instructor: G. Hay. $145, noncredit DNCE 0163 (550) ..... CFAC 10 Su, Sep 26 – Dec 5, 2 - 3:30 pm (No class Oct 10) DNCE 0163 (576) ..... CFAC 10 Su, Jan 9 – Mar 20, 2 – 3:30 pm (No class Feb 20) •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••

Belly Dance for Beginners

Discover a new path to fitness through this ancient art form! Designed for beginners, this course covers the fundamental movements of belly dancing using the format of a traditional dance class. Improve flexibility and muscle tone in an enjoyable learning environment. Instructor: T. Robar. $145, noncredit DNCE 0154 (550) ..... CFAC 10 T, Sep 28 – Nov 30, 6 – 7:30 pm DNCE 0154 (576) ..... CFAC 10 T, Jan 18 – Mar 22, 6 – 7:30 pm

Belly Dance - Intermediate

Discover a new path to fitness through this ancient art form! Designed for students with some prior belly dance experience, classes cover the fundamental movements of belly dance using the format of a traditional dance class. Improve flexibility and muscle tone in an enjoyable learning environment. Instructor: T. Robar. $145, noncredit

Hip Hop Dance

This course will provide you with an opportunity to learn current Hip Hop dance steps. You will find the freshness, fast pace and spontaneity of Hip Hop dance well suited for increasing energy and creative expression. Some prior dance experience is recommended. $145, noncredit DNCE 0164 (550) ..... CFAC 10 Su, Sep 26 – Dec 5, 3:30 - 5 pm (No class Oct 10) Instructor: C. Benavides. DNCE 0164 (551) ..... CFAC 10 Th, Sep 30 – Dec 9, 6:30 - 8 pm (No class Nov 11) Instructor: J. Pavo. DNCE 0164 (576) ..... CFAC 10 Su, Jan 16 – Mar 27, 3:30 - 5 pm (No class Feb 20) Instructor: C. Benavides. DNCE 0164 (577) ..... CFAC 10 Th, Jan 20 – Mar 24, 6:30 - 8 pm Instructor: J. Pavo.

Hip Hop Dance Level II

This course will provide you with a fast paced and energetic Hip Hop dance experience. You will find the freshness and spontaneity of Hip Hop dance well suited for increasing energy and creative expression. Prior Hip Hop dance experience is recommended. Instructor: J. Pavo. $145, noncredit DNCE 0264 (550) ..... CFAC 10 Th, Sep 30 – Dec 9, 8 - 9:30 pm (No class Nov 11)

DNCE 0155 (550) ..... CFAC 10 W, Sep 29 – Dec 1, 6 - 7:30 pm

DNCE 0264 (577) ..... CFAC 10 Th, Jan 20 – Mar 24, 8 - 9:30 pm

DNCE 0155 (576) ..... CFAC 10 W, Jan 19 – Mar 23, 6 - 7:30 pm

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Tribal Belly Dance

Discover a new path to fitness through this ancient art form! Designed for students with some prior belly dance experience,

Participants must register with a partner when enrolling in: Salsa Dance, Tango, all Ballroom courses, all Ballroom Workshops and Two Step Country Dance Workshops.

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Salsa I

Welcome to Salsa, Mambo Style! Learn the steps and intricate movements that make Salsa dance exciting to watch and fun to perform. You will be introduced to a variety of turn-pattern steps and combinations designed to get you moving to the music. You must register with a partner. Instructors: P. Andrews and D. Smith $95 per person, noncredit DNCE 0149 (550) ..... CFAC 6 M, Sep 27 – Nov 8, 7 – 8:30 pm (No class Oct 11)

DNCE 0180 (551) ..... CFAC 8 W, Oct 6 – Dec 1, 6:30 – 8 pm (No class Nov 10) DNCE 0180 (576) ..... CFAC 8 S, Feb 5 – Apr 2, 1 – 2:30 pm (No class Feb 19) DNCE 0180 (577) ..... CFAC 8 W, Feb 2 – Mar 23, 6:30 – 8 pm

Ballroom Dancing II

Students will work on style and presentation as well as learn a variety of more complex dances, including basic tango. You must register with a partner. Instructors: L. Hewitt/B. Peregrym. $120 per person, noncredit

DNCE 0149 (576) ..... CFAC 6 M, Jan 24 – Mar 7, 7 – 8:30 pm (No class Feb 21)

Salsa II

Welcome to advanced Salsa; LA and Cuban style. Continue to perfect the steps and intricate movements that make Salsa dance exciting to watch and fun to perform. You must register with a partner. $120 per person, noncredit DNCE 0249 (550) ..... CFAC 8 Th, Oct 7 – Dec 2, 6:30 – 8:00 pm (No class Nov 11) DNCE 0249 (576) ..... CFAC 8 Th, Feb 3 – Mar 24, 6:30 – 8:00 pm

Two Step Country Dance - Workshop I

Come and explore the basics of the most popular of all the country and western dances in this workshop, then go out and kick up your heels! Students must register with a partner. Instructors: D. Lumsden and B. Harris. $32 per person, noncredit DNCE 0157 (550) ..... CFAC 1 Su, Oct 24, 1:30 – 3 pm DNCE 0157 (576) ..... CFAC 1 Su, Mar 13, 1:30 – 3 pm •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••

NEW! Tango - Argentine Fundamentals I

DNCE 0280 (550) ..... CFAC 8 Th, Oct 7 – Dec 2, 6:30 – 8 pm (No class Nov 11) DNCE 0280 (576) ..... CFAC 8 Th, Feb 3 – Mar 24, 6:30 – 8 pm

Ballroom Dance III

Students will work on style and presentation of more complex dances. This course is intended for students with considerable experience. You must register with a partner. Instructors: L. Hewitt/ B. Peregrym. $120 per person, noncredit DNCE 0380 (550) ..... CFAC 8 T, Oct 5 – Nov 30, 8 – 9:30 pm (No class Nov 9) DNCE 0380 (576) ..... CFAC 8 T, Feb 1 – Mar 22, 8 – 9:30 pm

Ballroom Dance IV

This class is a continuation of the dance steps introduced in previous levels. It is intended for students who have considerable ballroom dance experience. You must register with a partner. Instructors: L. Hewitt/ B. Peregrym. $120 per person, noncredit DNCE 0480 (550) ..... CFAC 8 Th, Oct 7 – Dec 2, 8 – 9:30 pm (No class Nov 11)

Argentine tango is a social dance that a wide range of participants can enjoy regardless of experience, age or physique. Argentine tango is rooted in the traditional style of Buenos Aires and focuses on a mutual awareness of the partner’s movements combined with a strong connection to the music, resulting in a dance of beauty and drama. Key elements of tango movement such as posture, embrace, balance, leading and following, connection with the partner and musicality are covered in the course. $120 per person, noncredit

DNCE 0480 (576) ..... CFAC 8 Th, Feb 3 – Mar 24, 8 – 9:30 pm

DNCE 0167 (550) ..... CFAC 8 Th, Oct 7 – Dec 2, 8 – 9:30 pm (No class Nov 11)

DNCE 0582 (550) ..... CFAC 8 T, Oct 5 – Nov 30, 6:30 – 8 pm (No class Oct 9)

DNCE 0167 (576) ..... CFAC 8 Th, Feb 3 – Mar 24, 8 – 9:30 pm

DNCE 0582 (576) ..... CFAC 8 T, Feb 1 – Mar 22, 6:30 – 8 pm

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Ballroom Dance VI

Ballroom Dance I

Ballroom Dance V

Participation in this course will provide an opportunity for continued development of technique and presentation of a variety of ballroom dances. Three or more years of prior ballroom dance experience is required. You must register with a partner. Instructors: L. Hewitt/B. Peregrym. $120 per person, noncredit

Students will learn variations of waltz, foxtrot, swing, cha-cha and rumba. You must register with a partner. Instructors: L. Hewitt/B. Peregrym. $120 per person, noncredit

This dance performance workshop provides advanced students with an opportunity to practice and perfect their dancing skills. You must register with a partner. Instructors: L. Hewitt/B. Peregrym. $120 per person, noncredit

DNCE 0180 (550) ..... CFAC 8 S, Oct 16 – Dec 4, 1 – 2:30 pm

DNCE 0175 (550) ..... CFAC 8 W, Oct 6 – Dec 1, 8 – 9:30 pm (No class Oct 10)

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DNCE 0175 (576) ..... CFAC 8 W, Feb 2 – Mar 23, 8 – 9:30 pm

Children and Youth Courses

Ballroom Dance Workshop (Quickstep Workshop I)

Call 780.497.4301 or email shantzd3@macewan.ca for more information. Call 780.497.5000 to register.

Quickstep is an International Style ballroom dance similar to a fast Foxtrot. However, its technique and patterns are distinct. Students will learn the basic and beginner patterns. You must register with a partner. Instructors: L. Hewitt and B. Peregrym. $32 per person, noncredit DNCE 0181 (550) ..... CFAC 1 S, Oct 30, 2:30 – 4 pm

Ballroom Dance Workshop (Quickstep Workshop II) This class is a continuation of the dance steps introduced in the previous level. It is intended for students who have considerable ballroom dance experience. You must register with a partner. Instructors: L. Hewitt and B. Peregrym. $32 per person, noncredit DNCE 0181 (551) ..... CFAC 1 S, Nov 13, 2:30 – 4 pm

Ballroom Dance Workshop (Standard/Smooth)

This workshop will provide instruction in the Standard/Smooth Technique style. Students will have the opportunity to learn and practice specific dance steps and to develop their technique through instruction, demonstration and practice. You must register with a partner. Instructors: L. Hewitt and B. Peregrym. $32 per person, noncredit DNCE 0181 (552) ..... CFAC 1 S, Oct 16, 2:30 – 4 pm

Ballroom Dance Workshop (Latin/Rhythm)

This workshop will provide continued instruction in the Latin style. Students will have the opportunity to learn and practice specific dance steps and to develop their technique through instruction, demonstration and practice. Prior ballroom dance experience is necessary. You must register with a partner. Instructors: L. Hewitt and B. Peregrym. $32 per person, noncredit DNCE 0181 (576) ..... CFAC 1 S, Mar 19, 2:30 – 4 pm

Ballroom Dance Workshop (Mambo I)

Mambo is a Latin American dance of Cuban origin. This introductory level will teach the basics and the patterns you can take to the social and ballroom dance floor. You must register with a partner. Instructors: L. Hewitt and B. Peregrym. $32 per person, noncredit DNCE 0181 (577) ..... CFAC 1 S, Feb 26, 2:30 – 4 pm

Ballroom Dance Workshop (Mambo II)

Move to this next level and learn more complicated and intricate patterns. Previous Mambo dance experience is necessary. You must register with a partner. Instructors: L. Hewitt and B. Peregrym. $32 per person, noncredit DNCE 0181 (578) ..... CFAC 1 S, Mar 12, 2:30 – 4 pm

Guitar Basics (Age 12+)

Designed for the absolute beginner this course provides an introduction to the guitar emphasizing good technique and practice habits. Learn basic chords, scales, tuning, picking and melody playing. $150, noncredit MUSC 0288 (550) ..... CFAC 8 M, Sep 20 - Nov 15, 6:00 - 7:30 pm (No class Oct 11) MUSC 0288 (576) ..... CFAC 8 M, Feb 7 - Apr 4, 6:00 - 7:30 pm (No class Feb 21)

Children’s Dance (Age 2)

The “Dancing Twogether” class is designed for 2-year-olds who enjoy movement and expressing themselves in a fun-filled environment. Parents must participate in the “Dancing Twogether” class. Instructor: G. Hay. $95, noncredit DNCE 0200 (650) ..... CFAC 8 S, Sep 25 - Nov 20, 9:30 - 10 am (no class Oct 9) DNCE 0200 (651) ..... CFAC 8 S, Sep 25 - Nov 20, 10 - 10:30 am (no class Oct 9) DNCE 0200 (652) ..... CFAC 8 S, Jan 22 - Mar 19, 9:30 - 10 am (no class Feb 19) DNCE 0200 (653) ..... CFAC 8 S, Jan 22 - Mar 19, 10 - 10:30 am (no class Feb 19)

Children’s Dance (Age 3)

The Creative Movement (age 3) class provides an opportunity for children to discover and expand movement abilities and enhance creative skills in a more structured learning environment. Instructor: G. Hay. $199, noncredit DNCE 0191 (650) ..... CFAC 26 S, Sep 11 – Dec 11 and Jan 15 – Apr 16, 10:30 – 11 am (no class Oct 9, Feb 19)

Children’s Dance (Age 4 - 5)

Creative movement (age 4 – 5) provides an opportunity for children to discover and expand movement abilities and enhance creative skills in a more structured learning environment. Instructor: G. Hay. $255, noncredit DNCE 0192 (650) ..... CFAC S, Sep 11 – Dec 11 and Jan 15 – Apr 16, 11:15 - noon (no class Oct 9, Feb 19)

Children’s Dance (Age 6 - 7)

The Combination Dance course (ages 6 - 7) introduces students to primary dance techniques in ballet and modern dance style. Instructor: G. Hay. $295, noncredit

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DNCE 0194 (650) ..... CFAC 26 S, Sep 11 – Dec 11 and Jan 15 – Apr 16, Noon – 1 pm (no class Oct 9, Feb 19)

Percussive Dance (Youth 13 - 16 years)

Students will turn their body into a percussive instrument and perform innovative dance movements. The instructor’s approach is inspired and fun-loving. Students will feel the exhilaration of being focused, spontaneous and completely involved in this energetic performance dance style. $110, noncredit DNCE 0178 (550) ..... CFAC 5 Su, Sep 26 - Oct 31, 12 - 2 pm (No class Oct 10) DNCE 0178 (576) ..... CFAC 5 Su, Jan 9 - Feb 6, 12 - 2 pm

Hip Hop Dance (Youth 13 - 16 years)

Fresh, fast paced and spontaneous, this course will provide you with an introduction to the energy and creative expression of Hip Hop. No prior dance experience is required. Instructor: J. Pavo $145, noncredit. DNCE 0164 (552) ..... CFAC 10 S, Sep 25 - Dec 4, 3:30 - 5 pm (No class Oct 9) DNCE 0164 (578) ..... CFAC 10 S, Jan 15 - Mar 26, 3:30 - 5 pm (No class Feb 19)

Theatrical Contemporary Dance (Youth 13 - 17 years) A little bit of acting and a lot of modern dance movement to create a troop theatrical performance piece. Learn acting techniques to bring creative expression to your dance presentation. Instructor: C. Thompson. $160, noncredit DNCE 0171 (550) ..... CFAC 5 S, Nov 6 - Dec 4, 1 - 4 pm DNCE 0171 (576) ..... CFAC 5 S, Feb 12 - Mar 19, 1 - 4 pm (No class Feb 19)

NEW! Drawing - mixed media (8 - 9 years)

Learn drawing skills while exploring a range of fun and creative materials and techniques. Create dynamic and imaginative drawings using both traditional and non-traditional materials. $195, some supplies included, noncredit

NEW! Drawing Studio (13 - 17 years)

Work with an artist to develop individual artistic skills, imagination and creativity. Learn new techniques and draw with a dynamic graphic style using light and shade, texture, proportion, and depth of space. Use a range of materials including graphite, charcoal, inks and pastels. Instructor: K. Johner. $189, some supplies included, noncredit ARTE 0200 (550) ..... CFAC 8 S, Sep 25 - Nov 20, 1 - 4 pm (No class Oct 9)

Painting Studio (13 - 17 years)

Create paintings in the studio that express what you think and how you feel. Improve your painting skills by learning about mixing and applying acrylic paint, creating powerful colour relationships, and developing strong images. Instructor: D. Shkolny. $195, some supplies included, noncredit ARTE 0210 (576) ..... CFAC 8 S, Jan 22 - Mar 19, 1 - 4 pm (No class Feb 19)

Photography (Youth 13 - 17 years)

Using a digital camera, participants learn techniques to take strong, expressive photographs. Participants receive instruction on taking better framed and exposed photographs and guidance in developing their creative side through visual story telling. Students use computer software to view and crop photos and experiment with special effects and colour balance. Photos are posted on a web-based gallery. Instructor: S. Tate. Required: digital camera with manual controls. $195, noncredit

Digital Illustration (Youth 14 - 17 years)

Learn to use acrylic paint with other materials to create fun, unique paintings. Learn to mix and apply paint, use dynamic color relationships, and work with recycled and found materials. $195, some supplies included, noncredit ARTE 0210 (577) ..... CFAC 8 S, Jan 22 - Mar 19, 9:30 am - noon (No class Feb 19) Explore drawing that goes beyond the pencil and eraser. Learn a range of both traditional and contemporary drawing techniques and materials to create dynamic and imaginative work. Use a range of materials including graphite, charcoal, inks and pastels. $185, some supplies included, noncredit

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ARTE 0210 (578) ..... CFAC 8 S, Jan 22 - Mar 19, 9:30 am - noon (No class Feb 19)

VCPH 0150 (576) ..... CFAC 8 S, Jan 22 - Mar 19, 1 - 4 pm (No class Feb 19)

Painting - mixed media (8 - 9 years)

ARTE 0200 (552) ..... CFAC 8 S, Sep 25 - Nov 20, 9:30 am - noon (No class Oct 9)

Explore the techniques and methods of acrylic painting including skills in mixing and applying paint. Develop an understanding of colour, surface and shape to create unique and imaginative paintings. Instructor: D. Moore $185, some supplies included, noncredit

VCPH 0150 (550) ..... CFAC 8 S, Sep 25 - Nov 20, 1 - 4:00 (No class Oct 9)

ARTE 0200 (551) ..... CFAC 8 S, Sep 25 - Nov 20, 9:30 am - noon (No class Oct 9)

NEW! Drawing (10 - 12 years)

Painting (10 - 12 years)

Original drawings and sketches are used as a starting point to create digital illustrations and graphic images on the computer. The instructor will provide participants with exercises and themes to develop basic imagery. These images are then scanned into the computer to use as a starting point for the design process. Participants learn both the technical and creative skills of computer software to manipulate colour, shade, texture, light and perspective, and create interesting, dynamic illustrations and graphics. Basic computer skills required. $245, some supplies included, noncredit VCDF 0151 (550) ..... CFAC 8 S, Sep 25 - Nov 20, 1 - 3:30 pm (No class Oct 9) Instructor: J. Meredith. VCDF 0151 (576) ..... CFAC 8 S, Jan 22 - Mar 19, 1 - 3:30 pm (No class Feb 19)

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Private Lessons: Alberta College Conservatory of Music Call 780.633.3725 or e-mail conservatory@macewan.ca for more information; call 780.633.3729 to register. Alberta College Conservatory of Music has been enriching musical education in the Edmonton community since 1903. Whether you are a beginner, a recreational musician seeking to improve your skills, or a serious music student preparing for examinations or performance opportunities, let our exceptional teacher-performers guide your music education. Lessons are offered in Sherwood Park, at MacEwan South Campus and the Alberta College Campus downtown.

Piano

Bianca Baciu Reinhard Berg Karla Boddez Robert Casgrain Simon-Marc de Freitas Geraldine Haythorne Sarah Ho Yona Kim Eileen Kim Margaret King Sze Sze Lam Judy Loewen Dorothy Lou Inna Luzanac Ariane Lowrey Karen McNaughton Carol Mellors Alexandra Munn Glenda Murphy Donna Noton Robert Rosen Marina Stolyar David Tutt Cameron Watson

Keyboard

Reinhard Berg

Organ

Reinhard Berg

Accordion

Reinhard Berg

Keyboard Harmony/ Composition Robert Rosen

Winds and Brass Flute Bill Damur Petar Dundjerski Liane Gayler Margaret King

Clarinet

Melissa Goodchild Don Ross Daniel Sutherland

Saxophone Dan Davis Charles Stolte

Viola

Sarah Woodman

Cello

Caitlin Smith Ian Woodman Joanne Yu

Double Bass Ioan Tetel Robert Aldridge

Harp

Nora Bumanis Hannah Elossais Keri Zwicker

Electric Guitar Tristan Cameron Bill Damur Ryan Davidson Donald Ehret

Electric Bass John Towill Rob Aldridge

Music History/Theory Robert Klakowich Cameron Watson

Classical Guitar Andrew Creaghan Michel Forestier Trevor Sanders

Ensembles

Alden Lowrey

Instrumental ensembles are offered for flute, clarinet, saxophone, French horn, tuba, guitar, Celtic harp and pedal harp. Ensembles meet weekly and provide the student with an opportunity to develop reading skills, enhance musicianship and gain performance experience. Students of similar ability meet once per week to rehearse, practice and enjoy making music on their chosen instrument. Repertoire crosses a broad range of styles and culminates in a performance in Muttart Hall. Registration and placement auditions take place in September and January. Please call 633-3725 for information.

Euphonium & Tuba

Ear Training

Trumpet Jeff Bryant

French Horn Mary Fearon Suzanne Langor

Trombone Alden Lowrey

Drums

John McCormick

Vocal Coaching

This course covers aural theory, sight-singing, rhythmic and melodic dictation and helps prepare students for the practical component of the RCM/CC ear test. Instructor: R. Klakowich. $150 noncredit

Shannon Hiebert Alexandra Munn

MUSC 0709 (550) ..... ACC 10 T, Oct 5 – Dec 7, 6 – 7 pm

Voice

MUSC 0709 (576) ..... ACC 10 S, March 5 – May 28 (no class April 2, 23, May 21), 11 – 12 noon

Lary Benson Clint Hagel Ron Long Heather Meyers Michelle Milenkovic Cory Miller Lauressa Pawlowski Elizabeth Raycroft Judy-Lynn Sawchuk Svetlana Sech Maura Sharkey-Pryma

Strings Violin

Marie Forestier Frank Ho Lyanne Jarillo-Alvarado Mathias Silveira

Ear Training for Ages 9 to 12

This eight-week course covers material for the ear tests component of RCM/CC practical exams at any level, and is designed specifically for children ages 9 to 12. Intervals rhythm and melody play-backs / sing-backs, chord and cadence recognition are explored. Instructor: R. Klakowich $95, non-credit MUSC 0709 (551) 8 Sat, Oct 16 - Dec 4, 11 - 11:45 am

Music Theory Classes

Curricula are designed to prepare the student for either Royal Conservatory of Music (RCM) or Conservatory Canada (CC) theory examinations. Private and group lessons are offered in all levels of Music Theory and History; Counterpoint, Harmony and Analysis. $395, noncredit

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Complete Music Rudiments

MUSC 0700 (550) ..... ACC 30 T, Oct 5 – May 10, 5 – 6 pm (no class Dec 21 – Jan 4, Mar 29) Instructor: R. Klakowich.

Basic Harmony

MUSC 0701 (550) ..... ACC 30 W, Oct 6 – May 11, 4:30 – 5:30 pm (no class Dec 22 – Jan 5, Mar 30) Instructor: R. Klakowich.

Intermediate Harmony

MUSC 0911 (650) (Age 10 - 14) ..... ACC 26 T, Sep 14 – Dec 14, Jan 11 – Apr 12, 5:45 – 7 pm (no class Mar 29)

$295, noncredit

MUSC 0913 (550) (Women’s) ..... ACC 26 M, Sep 13 – Dec 13, Jan 10 – Apr 18, 7:15 – 9:15 pm (no class Oct 11, Feb 14, Mar 28)

$325, noncredit Instructor: R. Long.

MUSC 0910 (550) (Men’s & Women’s) ..... ACC 26 Th, Sept 16 – Dec 16, Jan 13 - Apr 14, 7:15 – 9: 15 pm

MUSC 0702 (550) ..... ACC 30 W, Oct 6 – May 11, 5:30 – 6:30 p.m.

(no class Nov 11, Mar 31)

(no class Dec 22 – Jan 5, Mar 30)

Instructor: R. Klakowich.

Instructor: R. Long.

Music History 1: An Overview

Opera Workshop

Music History 2: Middle-Ages to Classical

This workshop will concentrate on aria and role analysis, audition techniques, style, language, stagecraft and matching appropriate repertoire to voice type. The workshop will culminate in a performance of scenes and arias. Instructors: H. Meyers/C. Miller. $425, noncredit

(no class Dec 22 – Jan 5, Mar 30)

MUSC 0745 (550) ..... ACC 15 W, TBA, 6 – 8 pm

MUSC 0703 (550) ..... ACC 30 W, Oct 6 – May 11, 5:30 – 6:30 p.m. (no class Dec 22 – Jan 5, Mar 30)

Instructor: C. Watson. MUSC 0704 (550) ..... ACC 30 W, Oct 6 – May 11, 6:30 – 7:30 p.m. Instructor: C. Watson. Counterpoint, Advanced Harmony, Analysis and History 3 Private or semi-private lessons are available. Call instructor Dr. R. Klakowich at 633-3830 for further information.

Fall Festival Competition

Fall Festival was created by music teachers to encourage and guide the development of technical and performance skills in musicians of all ages. This annual event, held early in the instructional year, inspires students to incorporate the valuable comments provided by the adjudicators into their studies. Start planning now to attend Fall Festival at the Alberta College Campus November 17 - 20. Registration deadline is Friday, October 15, 2010. Call 633-3705 for further information. MUSC 0925 (550) Noncompetitive ..... ACC MUSC 0926 (550) Competitive ..... ACC

Languages for Singers and Pianists

Learn the fundamentals of phonetics for art song and operatic repertoire in Italian, German, French and English, with emphasis on correct use of the IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) and idiomatic pronunciations. Diction and repertoire classes will alternate. Instructor: H. Meyers. $300, noncredit MUSC 0710 (550) ..... ACC 15 M, TBA, 5 – 6:30 pm MUSC 0710 (576) ..... ACC 15 M, TBA, 5 – 6:30 pm

Voice and Piano Collaborate Repertoire Workshop

Schola Cantorum Choirs

This Kodaly-based program offers performance opportunities for all ages and abilities, from the inexperienced to the most seasoned choristers. The primary choir (age 6 - 9) gently launches young singers into the world of shared singing, vocal production, sight-singing, and ear training. The intermediate choir (age 10 – 14) is for those who wish to further develop their choral abilities. Musical development is nurtured through training in vocal production, sight-singing, ear training, music theory and general musicianship. The women’s choir and the men and women’s mixed choir welcome singers 18 years and older who simply love to sing! Placing emphasis on the development of healthy voices, sight-singing and musicianship, these choirs explore treble voice repertoire from the Renaissance to the 20th Century. Registration is on-going, please call 633-3725 regarding placement auditions. MUSC 0910 (650) (Age 6 – 9) ..... ACC 26 T, Sep 14 – Dec 14, Jan 11 – Apr 12 (no class Mar 29), 5:45 – 7 pm $295, noncredit Instructor: J. Talbot.

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MUSC 0745 (576) ..... ACC 15 W, TBA, 6 – 8 pm

This workshop will concentrate on aria and role analysis, audition techniques, style, language, stagecraft and matching appropriate repertoire to voice type. The workshop will culminate in a performance of scenes and arias. Instructors: H. Meyers/S. Ho. $425, noncredit MUSC 0745 (550) ..... ACC 15 T, TBA, 9:30 – 11:30 am MUSC 0745 (576) ..... ACC 15 T, TBA, 9:30 – 11:30 am

Adult Musical Theatre Workshop

This course is designed for adults to explore singing, acting and movement. Scenes including solos, duets and larger ensemble numbers from various musicals will be chosen. Participants in this course must feel comfortable singing and performing alone on stage. $395, non-credit MUSC 0742 (550) 15 T, Sept 14 - Jan 18, 7 - 9 pm

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MUSC 0742 (576) 15 T, Feb 1 - May 17, 7 - 9 pm Instructor: R. Long.

Alberta College Honour Band

The Conservatory of Music invites all interested junior high students to audition for the Alberta College Honour Band. Regular rehearsals are on Thursdays from 4:30 - 6 pm. There will be 2 full band concerts; one in November and one in May. During the months of January and February students may be invited to participate in a chamber music program including trios, quartets and quintets. All applicants must be members of their school band program or attending a school without a band program. Auditions will be held on Thursday, September 30 and will consist of selected scales, a solo piece and sight-reading. For a list of the required scales for your instrument or to schedule an audition please contact Alden Lowrey at 780.633.3847. $75, non-credit MUSC 0744 (550) 8 Th, Oct 7 – Nov 27 , 4:30 - 6 pm MUSC 0744 (576) 8 Th, Mar 24 – May 26, 4:30 - 6 pm

Alberta College Strings Ensemble

This ensemble provides young string players with an opportunity to gain performance experience in a group setting and to enhance their musicianship skills. Students meet weekly to rehearse, practice, and enjoy making music with others. $195, non-credit MUSC 0733 (550) 12 Su, Oct 17 – Dec 12, Jan 9 - 23, 1:30 – 3:30 pm MUSC 0733 (576) 12 Su, Feb 6 – May 15, 1:30 – 3:30 pm (no class Feb 20, Apr 3, 24) Instructor: S. Woodman.

Tuba Ensemble

For the past 25 years the TUBAS OF EDMONTON have performed in the foyer prior to Edmonton Symphony Orchestra Christmas concerts. In the spring of 2010, for the first time, they performed a concert with nary a Christmas melody in sight. There are three projects planned for the 2010/2011 season; a concert in late November, the traditional appearance at the Winspear lobby for a Christmas concert and a final concert in mid-May. Rehearsals are from 10am until noon on Saturdays in October and November and again in the spring starting in late March and running until mid-May. For more information please contact Alden Lowrey at 780.633.3847. $50, non-credit MUSC 0901 (550) 8 S, Oct 9 - Nov 27, 10:00 am - 12:00 pm MUSC 901 (576) 8 S, Mar 26 - May 14, 10:00 am - 12:00 pm

Piano Literature

This course will provide an overview of piano literature from Baroque to the present day, beginning with the works of Han-

del and Bach and ending with those of Ligeti. We will discuss important historical and stylistic trends, and will concentrate on representative works in each composer’s creation. The course endeavors to provide a valuable resource for those playing at the grade 8 level and higher, who would like to know more about the pieces they practice and perform, as well as for those wishing to teach at the intermediate and advanced levels. Recordings and books will be used in class, and study materials will be provided by the instructor at no additional cost. $195, non-credit MUSC 0901 (555) 12 M, Sep 20 – Dec 13 (no class Oct 11), 6 – 7 pm MUSC 0901 (580) 12 M, Jan 24 – Apr 18 (no class Feb 14), 6 – 7 pm Instructor: B. Baciu

Beginner Keyboard Courses

In a small group setting (max 5), all the basics of keyboard and piano playing will be covered, including the use of the features available on modern electronic keyboards. Theory, reading, playing by ear, improvising, and ear training are all explored. Absolutely a “hands-on” course. $395, non-credit Beginner Keyboard (7 – 12 years) MUSC 0740 (550) 29 S, Oct 2 - May 14, 10:00 - 11:00 am Beginner Keyboard (Adult) MUSC 0740 (551) 29 S, Oct 2 - May 14, 3:00 - 4:00 pm

Music in Early Childhood

Music provides a lifetime of enjoyment and builds a foundation that helps children succeed in all areas of life. For over 30 years, Alberta College Conservatory of Music has been introducing small groups of active pre-school children to the world of music. Children joyfully discover the elements of music through nursery rhymes, traditional chants, singing games, folk songs, selected art music and movement activities. Please call 633-3705 for information. Instructor: M. Milenkovic Music in Early Childhood $195, noncredit

Fall Term South Campus on Wednesday

MUSC 0977 (710) MSC - Age 3 15 W, Sep 15 – Jan 19 (no class Dec 15 – Jan 5), 2 – 2:50 pm MUSC 0978 (710) MSC - Age 4 15 W, Sep 15 – Jan 19 (no class Dec 15 – Jan 5), 3 – 3:50 pm MUSC 0978 (710) MSC - Age 5 15 W, Sep 15 – Jan 19 (no class Dec 15 – Jan 5), 4 – 4:50 pm

Alberta College Campus on Tuesday

MUSC 0977 (760) ACC - Age 3 15 T, Sep 14 – Jan 18 (no class Dec 14 – Jan 4), 2 – 2:50 pm

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MUSC 0978 (760) ACC - Age 4 15 T, Sep 14 – Jan 18 (no class Dec 14 – Jan 4), 3 – 3:50 pm

MUSC 0288 (551) ..... CFAC 8 M, Sep 20 – Nov 15 (No class Oct 11), 7:30 – 9 pm

MUSC 0978 (760) ACC - Age 5 15 T, Sep 14 – Jan 18 (no class Dec 14 – Jan 4), 4 – 4:50 pm

MUSC 0288 (552) ..... CFAC 8 T, Sep 14 – Nov 2, 7:30 – 9 pm

Alberta College Campus on Saturday

MUSC 0288 (576) Age 12 years + ..... CFAC 8 M, Feb 7 – Apr 4 (No class Feb 21), 6 – 7:30 pm

MUSC 0977 (770) ACC - Age 3 15 S, Sep 18 – Jan 22 (no class Oct 10, Dec 18 – Jan 1) 9:30 – 10:20 am

MUSC 0288 (577) ..... CFAC 8 M, Feb 7 – Apr 4 (No class Feb 21), 7:30 – 9 pm

MUSC 0978 (770) ACC - Age 4 15 S, Sep 18 – Jan 22 (no class Oct 10, Dec 18 – Jan 1) 10:30 – 11:20 am

MUSC 0288 (578) ..... CFAC 8 T, Jan 25 – Mar 15, 7:30 – 9 pm

MUSC 0978 (770) ACC - Age 5 15 S, Sep 18 – Jan 22 (no class Oct 10, Dec 18 – Jan 1) 11 am – 12:20 pm

Guitar I

This course is designed for those who have completed Guitar Basics or have some prior playing experience. Students will focus on accompaniment styles, rhythms, guitar riffs, scale patterns and lead lines. $130, noncredit

Winter Term South Campus on Wednesday

MUSC 0977 (711) MSC - Age 3 15 W, Feb 2 – May 18 (no class Mar 30), 2 – 2:50 pm

MUSC 0388 (550) ..... CFAC 5 T, Nov 16 – Dec 14, 7:30 – 9 pm

MUSC 0978 (711) MSC - Age 4 15 W, Feb 2 – May 18 (no class Mar 30), 3 – 3:50 pm

MUSC 0388 (576) ..... CFAC 5 T, Mar 29 – Apr 26, 6 – 7:30 pm

MUSC 0980 (711) MSC - Age 5 15 W, Feb 2 – May 18 (no class Mar 30), 4 – 4:50 pm

Private Instrument Instruction

We offer a package of twelve 30 minute private lessons with instruction designed to suit your individual needs. Lessons are offered at the Centre for the Arts and Communications Campus commencing the week of September 13th and January 17th. Call 497-4364 to arrange lesson times and for further information. $275, noncredit.

Alberta College Campus on Tuesday

MUSC 0977 (761) ACC - Age 3 15 T, Feb 1 – May 17 (no class Mar 29), 2 – 2:50 pm MUSC 0978 (761) ACC - Age 4 15 T, Feb 1 – May 17 (no class Mar 29), 3 – 3:50 pm

Fall Term

MUSC 0980 (761) ACC - Age 5 15 T, Feb 1 – May 17 (no class Mar 29), 4 – 4:50 pm

Guitar

Alberta College Campus on Saturday

MUSC 0977 (771) ACC - Age 3 15 S, Jan 29 – Jun 4 (no class Feb 12, Apr 2, Apr 23, May 21) 9:30 – 10:20 am MUSC 0978 (771) ACC - Age 4 15 S, Jan 29 – Jun 4 (no class Feb 12, Apr 2, Apr 23, May 21) 10:30 – 11:20 am MUSC 0980 (771) ACC - Age 5 15 S, Jan 29 – Jun 4 (no class Feb 12, Apr 2, Apr 23, May 21) 11 am – 12:20 pm

Music

Piano

MUSC 0274 (550) Instructor: C. Martin. MUSC 0274 (551) Instructor: P. Richey.

Voice

MUSC 0189 (550) Instructor: S. Hart. MUSC 0189 (551) Instructor: CL. Quinn.

Drum

Call 780-497-4303 or email philpb@MacEwan.ca for more information. Call 780-497-5000 to register.

Guitar Basics

Designed for the absolute beginner this course provides an introduction to the guitar emphasizing good technique and practice habits. Learn basic chords, scales, tuning, picking and melody playing. $150, noncredit MUSC 0288 (550) Age 12 years + ..... CFAC 8 M, Sep 20 – Nov 15 (No class Oct 11), 6 – 7:30 pm

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MUSC 0182 (550) Instructor: J. Philp. MUSC 0182 (551) Instructor: B. Leibham. MUSC 0182 (552) Instructor: G. Smith. MUSC 0182 (553) Instructor: M. Lyngstad. MUSC 0182 (554) Instructor: M. LeFever.

MUSC 0279 (550) Instructor: G. Graber.

Bass

MUSC 0276 (550) Instructor: B. Leibham.

Sax, Flute, Clarinet

MUSC 0277(550) Instructor: K. Porrka.

Five String Banjo/Mandolin

MUSC 0256 (550) Instructor: C. Neufeld.

Jazz Violin/Fiddle

MUSC 0297 (550) Instructor: C. Neufeld.

Courses are subject to change. For updates please visit our website. www.ArtsOutreach.org | Registration: 780.497.5000 | Additional information: 780.497.4364


Winter Term Guitar

MUSC 0182 (576) Instructor: J. Philp. MUSC 0182 (577) Instructor: B. Leibham. MUSC 0182 (578) Instructor: G. Smith. MUSC 0182 (579) Instructor: M. Lyngstad. MUSC 0182 (580) Instructor: M. Lefever.

Piano

MUSC 0274 (576) Instructor: C. Martin. MUSC 0274 (577) Instructor: P. Richey.

Voice

MUSC 0189 (576) Instructor: S. Hart. MUSC 0189 (577) Instructor: CL. Quinn.

Drum

MUSC 0279 (576) Instructor: G. Graber.

Bass

MUSC 0276 (576) Instructor: B. Leibham.

Sax, Flute, Clarinet

MUSC 0277 (576) Instructor: K. Porrka.

Five String Banjo/Mandolin

MUSC 0256 (576) Instructor: C. Neufeld.

Jazz Violin/Fiddle

MUSC 0297 (576) Instructor: C. Neufeld.

Music Theory

Designed to provide students with a knowledge of the basics of music through practical learning. The course covers elementary music theory and ear training, including nomenclature, scales, intervals, chords and rhythms. $195, noncredit MUSC 0152 (550) ..... CFAC 10 M, Sep 20 – Nov 29 (No class Oct 11), 7 – 9 pm MUSC 0152 (576) ..... CFAC 12 M, Jan 19 – Apr 6 (No class Feb 21), 7 – 9 pm

Studio Recording Techniques

Bachelor of Applied Communications in Professional Writing Call 780.497.5614 or email writing@macewan.ca for more information. Call 780.497.5000 to register. MacEwan’s Bachelor of Applied Communications in Professional Writing prepares students for a career working with words. Creative, well-rounded communications professionals are in high demand for business, government, nonprofit, and educational fields, in print and online. They write winning ad copy, rousing speeches, compelling feature stories. They craft messages that inform, influence, inspire, and entertain. If you dream of writing or editing, the Professional Writing program is the place for you. Although the program is full-time, you may test drive the writing courses as a continuing education student. You can take courses on campus or online through eCampusAlberta. If you like it and decide to apply to the program, you can bring any credits you earn with you. Free information events are hosted throughout the year. For more information about the program, call us for a detailed brochure or visit our website at www.MacEwan.ca/prowrite.

Foundations of Composition

This course explores the essence of language — grammar, phrasing, register, and style — and considers the history of English and its interaction with other languages. Prerequisites: Students must meet one of the following: 1. A minimum grade of 65% in English 30; 2. Admission to the Bachelor of Applied Communications in Professional Writing; 3. Admission to a certificate or diploma program in the School of Communications; 4. Satisfactory completion of the MacEwan Skills Appraisal. $594, plus $25 e-tech fee, text, study guide, and web camera extra, 3 credits PROW 100 (1500) ..... eCA Sep 7 – Dec 17

This course examines the techniques involved in the operation of studio recording equipment and provides students with a combination of 79 hours of instruction and studio time. NOTE: Participants should be prepared to regularly schedule weekend studio time to work on their own projects for a six-week period. Textbook is not included in the course fee. $995, noncredit

$594, text extra, 3 credits PROW 100 (570) ..... CCC T, Sep 7 – Dec 14, 6 – 9 pm

MUSC 0150 (550) ..... CFAC 11 M and W, Sep 20 – Dec 6 (No class Oct 11) M, 7 – 10 pm, W, 7 – 9 pm

In this course, you create short works where audience analysis, word choice, sentence structure, tone and voice, creativity and precise diction matter.

Arts Outreach Big Bands

For an exceptional educational and performance opportunity, join the Tuesday or Wednesday night Outreach Big Band. A limited number of positions are available so interested participants must call 780-497-4303 for further information prior to registering.

PROW 100 (596) ..... CCC T, Jan 11 – Apr 19, 6 – 9 pm

Distilled Prose: Writing Very Short Non-Fiction

Prerequisite: Minimum grade of C- in PROW 100. $594, text extra, 3 credits PROW 102 (570) ..... CFAC M, Sep 13 – Dec 13, 6 – 9 pm

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$594, plus $25 e-tech fee, text, study guide, and web camera extra, 3 credits PROW 102 (1600) ..... eCA Jan 10 – Apr 21

Project Leadership

This course teaches you the steps to take a creative project from perceived communications need through assembly of resources and professional collaborations to final project approval.

Introductory Rhetoric

In this course, you use rhetoric as a practical tool for the discovery, arrangement, and expression of arguments in a variety of settings. Prerequisite: Minimum grade of C- in PROW 100. $594, text extra, 3 credits PROW 104 (570) ..... CCC W, Sep 8 – Dec 15, 6 – 9 pm

Advanced Composition

The course considers language from linguistic, rhetorical, social, and ethical perspectives, and uses sophisticated tools for analyzing sentence construction.

$594, plus $25 e-tech fee, text,study guide, and web camera extra, 3 credits PROW 104 (1600) ..... eCA Jan 10 – Apr 21

Research Skills for Writers

This course focuses on the need to understand social science research methods as a researcher and writer. $594, plus $25 e-tech fee, text, study guide, and web camera extra, 3 credits PROW 115 (1500) ..... eCA Sep 7– Dec 17

Mac Skills for Writers

This course provides the basic tools students need to work comfortably in a Macintosh environment. $594, plus $25 e-tech fee, text, study guide, and web camera extra, 3 credits PROW 117 (1500) ..... eCA Sep 7 – Dec 17

This course teaches you how to work in-depth with primary research and shows you why ethnography is one of the most important research methods of the 21st century. Prerequisite: A minimum grade of C- in PROW 115. $594, plus $25 e-tech fee, text, study guide, and web camera extra, 3 credits PROW 118 (1600) ..... eCA Jan 10 – Apr 21

Proofreading and Copyediting

In this course, you develop the basic tools and resources necessary to copyedit and proof your own and others’ written work. Prerequisite: A minimum grade of C- in PROW 100. $594, text extra, 3 credits PROW 135 (570) ..... CCC Th, Sep 9 – Dec 16, 6 – 9 pm $594, plus $25 e-tech fee, text, study guide, and web camera extra, 3 credits PROW 135 (1600) ..... eCA Jan 10 – Apr 21

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Prerequisite: Minimum grade of C- in PROW 100. $594, plus $25 e-tech fee, text, study guide, and web camera extra, 3 credits PROW 200 (1500) ..... eCA Sep 7– Dec 17

Legal Issues for Writers

This course focuses on legal, ethical and business issues encountered by professional writers. Students learn about the legal obligations of professional communicators; contracts, copyright and intellectual property; and how to market and protect their creative work. They also gain a basic understanding of the Canadian legal system. Prerequisite: Minimum grade of C- in PROW 100 and PROW 115. $594, plus $25 e-tech fee, text, study guide, and web camera extra, 3 credits PROW 205 (1500) ..... eCA Sep 7 – Dec 17

Introducing Technical Writing

$594, $20 material fee plus GST, $15 special fee, text extra, 3 credits PROW 117 (596) ..... CFAC Th, Jan 6 – Apr 21, 6 – 9 pm

Research for Writers II: Primary Research

Prerequisite: Minimum grade of C- in PROW 100 and PROW 117. $594, plus $25 e-tech fee, text, study guide, and web camera extra, 3 credits PROW 140 (1600) ..... eCA Jan 10 – Apr 21

In this course, you learn techniques for writing concise, accurate descriptions and develop strategies for producing instructional material. Prerequisite: Minimum grade of C- in PROW 100, or consent of the program. $594, plus $25 e-tech fee, text, study guide, and web camera extra, 3 credits PROW 224 (1500) ..... eCA Sep 7 – Dec 17

Basic HTML for Writers

In this course, students learn basic HTML elements to add complex features and functions to texts written for and published on the World Wide Web. Prerequisite: Minimum grade of C- in PROW 117. $594, text extra, 3 credits PROW 230 (570) ..... CFAC Th, Sep 9 – Dec 16, 6 – 9 pm

Professional Prose I

In this course, you learn the basic formats and tools you require to promote a product or service, solicit a positive news story, or report on a new initiative or achievement. Prerequisite: Minimum grade of C- in PROW 100 and PROW 102, or consent of the program. $594, plus $25 e-tech fee, text, study guide, and web camera extra, 3 credits PROW 250 (1500) ..... eCA Sep 7 – Dec 17

Courses are subject to change. For updates please visit our website. www.ArtsOutreach.org | Registration: 780.497.5000 | Additional information: 780.497.4364


Professional Prose II

Students apply the tools learned in Professional Prose I to specific communication contexts and learn to plan and produce strategic direction in traditional and emerging media. Prerequisite: Minimum grade of C- in PROW 250, or consent of the program. $594, plus $25 e-tech fee, text, study guide, and web camera extra, 3 credits PROW 252 (1600) ..... eCA Jan 10 – Apr 21

Writing for the Ear

This course focuses on the art and craft of writing speeches and oral presentations, using proven approaches to preparing a speech or oral presentation. Prerequisite: Minimum grade of C- in PROW 100 and PROW 102, or consent of the program. $594, plus $25 e-tech fee, text, study guide, and web camera extra, 3 credits PROW 204 (1600) ..... eCA Jan 10 – Apr 21 $594, text extra, 3 credits PROW 204 (596) ..... CCC M, Jan 10 – Apr 18, 6 – 9 pm

Applied Rhetoric

This course helps you use classical rhetoric to generate story ideas, experiment with narrative voices, and explore opposing viewpoints in your written work. Prerequisite: Minimum grade of C- in PROW 104. $594, plus $25 e-tech fee, text, study guide, and web camera extra, 3 credits PROW 206 (1600) ..... eCA Jan 10 – Apr 21

Technical Writing II –Writing About Computers

This course focuses on the development of documentation for the computer industry, a major employer of technical writers. Prerequisite: Minimum grade of C- in PROW 224. $594, plus $25 e-tech fee, text, study guide, and web camera extra, 3 credits PROW 226 (1600) ..... eCA Jan 10 – Apr 21

Technical Writing III – ISO and Safety Specifications This course teaches the basic skills needed to prepare written documentation in support of engineering processes. Prerequisite: Minimum grade of C- in PROW 226. $594, plus $25 e-tech fee, text, study guide, and web camera extra, 3 credits PROW 228 (1600) ..... eCA Jan 10 – Apr 21

Applied Editing

In this course you learn and refine skills in stylistic, substantive, structural and developmental editing. Prerequisite: Minimum grade of C- in PROW 135. $594, plus $25 e-tech fee, text, study guide, and web camera extra, 3 credits

PROW 235 (1600) ..... eCA Jan 10 – Apr 21

Writing for the Web

This course focuses on the writing process in an Internet environment: audience analysis, concept documents, copyright issues, flowcharting and storyboarding. Prerequisite: Minimum grade of C- in PROW 230. $594, plus $25 e-tech fee, text, study guide, and web camera extra, 3 credits PROW 302 (1500) ..... eCA Sep 7– Dec 17

Popular Culture in Professional Communications

In this course, you examine pop culture as a form of rhetoric and as a tactic for writing, in order to appreciate popular culture as a powerful tool for change and control. Prerequisite: Minimum grade of C- in PROW 104. $879, plus $25 e-tech fee, text, study guide, and web camera extra, 6 credits PROW 304 (1500X and Y) ..... eCA Sep 7 – Apr 21

Psychology of Creativity

This course introduces you to the psychological aspect of creativity: how ideas are generated, what factors inhibit creativity, and the roles of intuition, knowledge, and novelty in creative work. Prerequisite: Minimum grade of C- in PROW 100, or consent of the program. $594 plus $25 e-tech fee, text, study guide, and web camera extra, 3 credits PROW 306 (1500) ..... eCA Sep 7 – Dec 17 $594, $15 material fee plus GST, text extra, 3 credits PROW 306 (596) ..... CCC Th, Jan 6 – Apr 21, 6 – 9 pm

Screenwriting I

This course introduces students to the technical skills and craft required to write for dramatic and documentary film/television, and video. Prerequisite: Minimum grade of C- in PROW 100. $594, plus $25 e-tech fee, text, study guide, and web camera extra, 3 credits PROW 308 (1600) ..... eCA Jan 10 – Apr 21

Creative Non-Fiction

This course examines literary journalism, personal essay, memoir, and literary journals, emphasizing writing practice for public and private expression. Prerequisite: Minimum grade of C- in PROW 100. $879, plus $25 e-tech fee, text, study guide, and web camera extra, 6 credits PROW 310 (1500X and Y) ..... eCA Sep 7 – Apr 21

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Magazine Writing

This course gives you the necessary skills to pursue freelance feature writing for a variety of magazines.

ARTE 110 (621) ..... CFA T and Th, Apr 26 – Jul 28, 6:30 - 9:30 pm

Art History I

This course is an introduction to the history of Western art and architecture from the prehistoric to the end of the late Gothic period (circa the early 1300s). See www.acat.gov.ab.ca for transferability. $594, text extra, university transfer, 3 credits

Prerequisite: Minimum grade of C- in PROW 100. $594, plus $25 e-tech fee, text, study guide, and web camera extra, 3 credits PROW 316 (1600) ..... eCA Jan 10 – Apr 21

Technical Writing IV – Government/Human Resources In this course, you apply basic guidelines and techniques to write clear policies and procedures that can clearly direct government employees and the general public. Prerequisite: Minimum grade of C- in PROW 226. $594, plus $25 e-tech fee, text, study guide, and web camera extra, 3 credits PROW 318 (1500) ..... eCA Sep 7 – Dec 17

ARTE 101 (571) ..... CCC T, Sep 14 – Dec 14, 11 am – 2 pm Instructor: S. Gunderson. ARTE 101 (572) ..... CCC T, Sep 14 – Dec 14, 6 – 9 pm Instructor: Elizabeth Beauchamp.

Art History II

Technical Writing V – Instructional Design

This course introduces theory, process, techniques, and strategies for developing learning materials for educational courses, workshops, and corporate training programs. Prerequisite: Minimum grade of C- in PROW 226. $879, plus $25 e-tech fee, text, study guide, and web camera extra, 6 credits PROW 319 (1500X and Y) ..... eCA Sep 7 – Apr 21

This course is an introduction to the history of Western art and architecture from the early Renaissance (circa 1300) to the present. See www.acat.gov.ab.ca for transferability. $594, text extra, university transfer, 3 credits ARTE 102 (571) ..... CCC Th, Sep 9 - Dec 16, 11 am – 2 pm (No class Nov 11) Instructor: S. Gunderson. ARTE 102 (596) ..... CCC Th, Jan 13 – Apr 21, 11 am – 2 pm Instructor: S. Gunderson.

Publishing Poetry

This course explores the art of writing poetry and the enterprise of publishing poetry, using a seminar model in which students original work is the basis.

ARTE 102 (597) ..... CCC Th, Jan 20 – Apr 21, 6 – 9 pm Instructor: Elizabeth Beauchamp.

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of B- in PROW 240 or ENGL 214, or by instructor’s permission upon reviewing written samples of work prior to class registration. $594, $50 material fee plus GST, text extra, 3 credits PROW 329 (596) ..... CFAC W, Jan 5 – Apr 20, 6 – 9 pm

ARTE 102 (1600) ..... eCA Feb 1 – Apr 3 Instructor: S. Gunderson.

University Credit Courses

Contemporary Art Issues

Call 780.497.4301 or email shantzd3@macewan.ca for more information. Call 780.497.5000 to register. Course fees do not include supplies or textbooks unless otherwise indicated.

CREDIT COURSES

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FINE ART Drawing I

This course is an introduction to the principles and elements of drawing. Students work in a variety of media such as charcoal, graphite, ink wash, and conté, and deal with the following content: tonal scales; perspective; mark-making exploration; gestural, contour and tonal drawing. Students will learn to problem solve as well as to analyze and critique their work. Students may be required to attend visiting artist lectures and art exhibitions outside of scheduled class hours. See www. acat.gov.ab.ca for transferability. Instructor: D. Rydman. $749, plus $10 + GST material fee, course supplies extra, 4 credits ARTE 110 (571) ..... CFAC T and Th, Sep 9 – Dec 16, 6:30 - 9:30 pm (No class Nov 11)

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ARTE 102 (621) ..... CCC M - F, May 2 – 20, 9 am – noon Instructor: S. Gunderson. This course is designed to familiarize the student with art made from 1950 onward. It deals with the various styles, media, issues and artists that make up the contemporary art scene. Students are actively involved in discussions and in the analysis of art, texts and ideas. They are required to research various topics and artists for both oral presentations and assigned essays. Students may be expected to attend some lectures and exhibitions outside of scheduled class time. Instructor: H. Santa-Balazs Prerequisite: minimum of C- in ARTE 202 or consent of the Chair.

$594, text extra, university transfer, 3 credits

ARTE 203 (571) ..... CFAC M, Sep 13 - Dec 13, 2 - 5 pm (No class Oct 11) ARTE 203 (621) ..... CCC W, Sep 8 - Dec 15, 2 – 5 pm

20th Century Visual Culture: c. 1900 – 1950

Beginning with a review of the foundations of Modernism in the late 19th century, this course examines the major movements in art, architecture, photography and design produced in Europe and North America to the mid-20th Century.

Courses are subject to change. For updates please visit our website. www.ArtsOutreach.org | Registration: 780.497.5000 | Additional information: 780.497.4364


See www.acat.gov.ab.ca for transferability. Instructor: S. Gunderson. $594, text extra, university transfer, 3 credits ARTE 202 (596) ..... CCC T, Jan 18 - Apr 19, 11 am – 2 pm ARTE 202 (621) ..... CCC M - F, May 24 - Jun 10, 9 am – noon

DESIGN Digital Photography

Using a digital camera, participants learn techniques to take strong, expressive photographs. Participants receive instruction on taking better framed and exposed photographs and guidance in developing their creative side through visual story telling. Students use computer software to view and crop photos and experiment with special effects and colour balance. Photos are posted on a web-based gallery. Required: digital camera with manual controls. $594 plus $20 + GST special fee, course supplies extra, 3 credits VCPH 100 (571) ..... CFAC 14 T, Sep 14 – Dec 14, 6:30 – 9:30 pm Instructor: J. Symington. VCPH 100 (596) ..... CFAC 14 Th, Jan 20 – Apr 21, 6:30 – 9:30 pm Instructor: S. Tate. VCPH 100 (621) ..... CFAC 14 Th, Apr 28 - Jul 28, 6:30 - 9:30 pm Instructor: J. Symington.

Arts and Cultural Management Certificate Online Call 780.497.4301 or email shantzd3@macewan.ca for more information or visit our website at: www.MacEwan.ca/artsmanagement Continuing Education offers a number of distance learning Arts and Cultural Management credit courses over the fall and winter terms for part-time and full-time students. You can take individual courses in areas of specific interest or you can study to complete the Arts and Cultural Management Certificate. Register by September 15 for courses available in Fall 2010 and by February 1 for courses available in Winter 2011. See the www.acat.gov.ab.ca for course transferability. The fall term runs September 15, 2010 until January 15, 2011. The winter term runs February 1 to May 31, 2011. Please note that online courses are subject to a $25 per course online technology support fee.

CREDIT COURSES FALL 2010

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Advocacy and Lobbying ..... eCA

cultural policies and structures relevant to arts organizations. They learn to construct persuasive arguments as to why the arts are important, the history of Canadian cultural development, the nature of the political process, and topical issues affecting the arts and cultural industries in Canada. $594, plus $25 online support fee, text extra, 3 credits AGAD 101 (1500)

Marketing Principles and Research in the Arts eCA This course covers the basic marketing concepts including identifying publics, segmentation, target marketing, and the marketing mix. Students build on these initial concepts in order to explore both quantitative and qualitative research strategies during the second half of the course, culminating in the completion of a market research project in cooperation with a local arts organization. $594, plus $25 online support fee, text extra, 3 credits AGAD 103 (1500)

Financial Management for the Arts ..... eCA

The purpose of this course is to introduce students to accounting and the management of a set of accounting records for an organization. Students prepare financial reports, analyze the information they contain and use that information for organizational management. Students also examine manual and computerized systems and study examples of both profit-seeking and not-for-profit organizations. $594, plus $25 online support fee, text extra, 3 credits AGAD 105 (1500)

Computer Applications in the Arts ..... eCA

This course explores computer applications used by administrators of arts and cultural organizations from small community enterprises to large support organizations. Topics include word processing, desktop publishing, presentation, database, and spreadsheet programs using hands-on experience with each application and discussion of their use in the workplace. $594, plus $25 online support fee, text extra, 3 credits AGAD 107 (1500)

Management Seminar I ..... eCA

This course examines current management issues in arts administration using interactive methods such as group discussions and case studies. To prepare students to function as managers, this seminar will require the application and integration of knowledge from all other courses in the program to solve the problems presented. Topics include conflict and stress management, leadership and other organizational behaviour topics. For those intending to obtain the Arts and Cultural Management credential, time will also be spent exploring Field Placement objectives and preparing for the field placement search. $499, plus $25 online support fee, text optional, 2 credits AGAD 129 (1500)

The focus of this course is on the development of the knowledge and skills necessary to become a successful advocate for the arts. Students study federal, provincial and municipal

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Publicity and Media Relations in the Arts ..... eCA In this course, students will benefit from a hands-on approach to the development of promotional material aimed at the performing and visual arts audience. Each of the components of a publicity campaign (news releases, public service announcements, media kits, media events) will be studied. Students also examine the importance of developing positive relations with the media and other partners in the community. $594, plus $25 online support fee, text extra, 3 credits AGAD 109 (1600)

Applied Marketing in the Arts ..... eCA

This course provides a detailed look at the components of a marketing plan including direct marketing strategies as they apply to a variety of sales functions such as subscription sales and gallery membership drives. Topics will include direct mail, telemarketing, print and electronic media advertising, as well as the process of incorporating these components into the marketing plan. Prerequisite: AGAD (103). $594, plus $25 online support fee, text extra, 3 credits AGAD 121 (1600)

Human Resource Management in the Arts eCA

This course examines the role of boards of directors, volunteers and paid personnel, and teaches the skills necessary to build successful relationships among these sectors. Emphasis is placed on the governance function of the board, as well as on the processes of recruitment, supervision, motivation and evaluation for all three stakeholder groups. $594, plus $25 online support fee, text extra, 3 credits AGAD 123 (1600)

Facility Management ..... eCA

This course is a pragmatic study of the specific skills and challenges involved in the business, administration and management practices relating to the performing arts facility. Topics include types of facilities, technical design and production elements, programming and booking the facility. Discussions also include an exploration of the related unions, guilds and associations the facility manager may encounter. Other important elements of the course include front of house management, event production, budgeting, staffing and maintaining the physical plant, and the essentials of touring the performing artist. $594, plus $25 online support fee, text extra, 3 credits AGAD 125 (1600)

Museum/Gallery Management ..... eCA

This course is designed to provide the student with an understanding of the organizational structure and functions of museums, public galleries, commercial galleries, and artist run centres. Topics include mandates, collections management, acquisition and de-accessioning, policies and procedures, public programming, education, exhibitions and conservation. $594, plus $25 online support fee, text extra, 3 credits AGAD 126 (1600)

Fundraising and Grants ..... eCA

The purpose of this course is to develop a practical and systematic approach to fundraising from both the private and public sectors. Students will learn to plan special events, pre-

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pare funding proposals, solicit individual and corporate donors, apply for grants and plan fundraising campaigns. An overview of the current trends in philanthropy is also provided. $594, plus $25 online support fee, text extra, 3 credits AGAD 127 (1600)

Management Seminar ll ..... eCA

This course focuses on the development of critical thinking skills and the importance of understanding personality type. Organizational behaviour topics including stress management, decision making, motivational techniques, and effective communication models and strategies are also explored. Students continue preparing for field placement and the realities of the job search through the development of a job search and networking plan. Prerequisite: AGAD 129. $499, plus $25 online support fee, 2 credits AGAD 130 (1600)

Registration Information Telephone | Call 780.497.5000 to register using VISA/Mastercard. Online | Go to www.artsoutreach.org and select the online registration button. In Person

CCC/MSC Mon. – Fri.: 8:00 am – 4:30 pm CFAC/AC Mon. – Fri.: 8:30 am – 4:30 pm

Extended week day service is available after August 30. *All campus locations are closed on statutory holidays and long weekends. Call 780.497.5000 or visit: www.MacEwan.ca for more information. By Mail | Send registration form and cheque or money order payable to MacEwan, or provide your VISA/Mastercard number, and mail to: The Registrar, MacEwan, Box 1796, Edmonton, AB T5J 2P2 Withdrawls | To withdraw from a course in person, complete, sign and submit a withdrawn form to the Registrar’s Office. Withdrawl Forms are available from all Information Centres or the Registrar’s Office. To withdraw by phone contact the Registrar’s Office at 780.497.5000. Contact the Registrar’s Office to be advised of the last day for withdrawl from a credit course without academic penalty. Students are held responsible for courses in which they are registered, until they formally withdraw within the deadline dates. Non-attendance, stop payment on a cheque, notifying the instructor or ceasing to attend lectures does not constitute withdrawl from a course. A $20 processing fee is charged for all withdrawls. Cancellations | MacEwan reserves the right to cancel courses that do not reach minimum enrolment requirements. If the course for which you have registered is cancelled, we will make every effort to inform you prior to the start date. Fees for cancelled courses will be refunded. Income Tax Receipts | Tax receipts for tuition are available online at www.myMacEwan.ca. 2010 tax receipts are available by the end of February 2011. 2011 tax receipts are available by the end of February 2012. Visit the Canada Revenue Agency website at www.cra-arc.gc.ca/tax for criteria regarding the issuance of tax receipts and tax receipt amounts.

Courses are subject to change. For updates please visit our website. www.ArtsOutreach.org | Registration: 780.497.5000 | Additional information: 780.497.4364


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Aboriginal Applicants If you wish to declare your Aboriginal heritage for the purposes of developing support services, programs, and statistical purposes, please indicate:

CHEQUES OR MONEY ORDERS SHOULD BE MADE PAYABLE TO GRANT MACEWAN UNIVERSITY. FEES MUST BE PAID AT THE TIME OF REGISTRATION. SPONSORED STUDENTS MUST SHOW PROOF OF SPONSORSHIP WHEN THEY REGISTER.

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A non-refundable $10.00 Student ID Card fee will be assessed for all new students registering for their first credit course.

Protection of Privacy – The personal information requested on this form is collected under the authority of the Alberta Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy (FOIP) Act for authorized purposes including admission and registration, administration of records, scholarship and awards, student services, and university planning and research. Student personal information may be disclosed to academic and administrative units according to university policy, federal and provincial reporting requirements, information sharing agreements and to contracted services as required. Direct questions expressly related to the collection and use of this information to the Associate Registrar, Records and Convocation, Grant MacEwan University, 10700 – 104th Avenue, Edmonton, AB, T5J 4S2, telephone 780.497.4495.

PROCEDURES OF THE UNIVERSITY. March 2010


NEW YORK Travel Trip February 19 - 26, 2011

New York City has been called a magnificent, moving spectacle. Join us for an exciting trip to the boldest, most modern city in the world. Arts & Communications Continuing Education offers this arts and culture focused trip for students, staff and the public. It features the benefits of group support with personal independence in daily activity planning. You may be interested in art, music, theatre, nightlife, shopping, dance, and architecture; it’s all there to be explored and enjoyed. This is not a guided tour; it’s a chance for independent travelers with their own objectives to share their experiences with like-minded people. Assistance is offered to help you plan your daily activities. Tuition covers airfare, ground transfer, accommodation (based on double occupancy), weekday breakfasts, orientation seminar, walking tours, information package, and an arts and culture consultation.

Single accommodation is available for an additional $400. ARTE 0290 (576) $2,050 + GST (double occupancy), noncredit ARTE 0290 (577) $2,450 + GST (single occupancy), noncredit Registration and payment deadline is Nov. 19, 2010. Tuition is non-refundable. Call 780.497.4303 or visit www.artsoutreach.org for more information.


Fall 2010/Winter 2011 Course Guide