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Art Design Studies Arts and Cultural Management Theatre Production Dance Children and Youth Photography Centre for New Media Music: CFAC Music: Alberta College Professional Writing Registration Travel: New York City

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Information Centre for New Media

Professional Writing

Alberta College Conservatory of Music Music in Early Childhood

Design Studies Art, Photography, Dance, Credit Courses,Theatre Production

Brenda Philp (780) 497-4303 philpb@macewan.ca Cindy Burgess (780) 497-4364 burgessc@macewan.ca Joyce Nethercote (780) 497-5602 writing@macewan.ca Katie Olson (780) 633-3725 conservatory@macewan.ca Maureen Lee (780) 633-3705 leem35@macewan.ca Dianne Nicholls (780) 497-4312 nichollsd@macewan.ca (780) 497-4301

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Children’s Courses, Music, Travel

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:

CFAC: Centre for the Arts and Communications, 10045 156 St. AC: Alberta College Conservatory of Music, 10050 MacDonald Dr. CC: City Centre, 10700 104 Ave. MSC: MacEwan South Campus, 7319 29 Ave.

People of all ages associate autumn with “back to school.” The excitement of new books, ideas and friendships seems to ease summer’s demise as we trade shorts for sweaters. Although it’s hard to move in from the sun, there is still so much to do in Edmonton’s fall and winter months. Even in the heart of winter, Edmontonians are a creative bunch who enjoy arts and cultural activities and experiences. This fall, MacEwan’s Centre for the Arts and Communications Continuing Education offers a diverse range of courses that will help you to discover your creative passions and artistic potential (don’t worry, it’s in there). Whether you are a true beginner or posess a high degree of competency, there is always more to learn and discover in one of our many classes. New to our art program this November, learn how to paint frosty winter scenes, vibrant spring greens, warm summer days, and colourful fall trees, with Painting the Four Seasons Using Watercolour. If you are an aspiring writer, or just looking to acquire some technical skills, the many new courses offered in the Bachelor of Applied Communications in Professional Writing program will put you on track. Regardless of your age or interests, we are confident that you will find something in our guide worthy of your exploration. See you in class!

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Art Call (780) 497-4301 for more information; call (780) 497-5000 to register. Course fees do not include supplies or textbooks unless otherwise indicated. 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. $566, 3 credits.

..................................................... ARTE 101(571) CC, Th, Sep 10 - Dec 17, 11 am – 2 pm ARTE 101(572) CC, Th, Sep 17 – Dec 17, 6 – 9 pm Instructor: S. Gunderson.

..................................................... Contemporary Art Issues 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. Prerequisite: minimum of C- in ARTE 102 or consent of the Chair. Corequisite: ARTE 231 or consent of the Chair. See www.acat.gov.ab.ca for transferability. $566, 3 credits.

..................................................... ARTE 203 (571) CFAC, M, Sep 14 – Dec 14, 2 – 5 pm ARTE 203 (572) CFAC, W, Sep 9 – Dec 16, 2 – 5 pm

..................................................... 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 conte, 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. $720 and a $10 + GST material fee, 4 credits.

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ARTE 110 (571) CFAC, T & Th, Sep 15 – Dec 17, 6:30 – 9:30 pm

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. $566, and a $25 online support fee, 3 credits.

..................................................... ARTE 102(596) CC, Th, Jan 7 – Apr 22, 11 am – 2 pm ARTE 102(597) CC, Th, Jan 21 – Apr 22, 6 – 9 pm Instructor: S. Gunderson. ARTE 102 (1600) eCA, Feb 1 – Apr 30. $566 and a $25 online support fee.

..................................................... 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. $566, 3 credits.

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ARTE 202 (596) CC, W, Jan 20 – Apr 21, 6 – 9 pm

.................................................... 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.

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ARTE 0112 (550) CFAC, 8 W, Sep 16 – Nov 4, 6:30 – 9:30 pm ARTE 0112 (576) CFAC, 8 W, Jan 20 – Mar 10, 6:30 – 9:30 pm

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Landscapes in Acrylics Using Wild Rose Country as your subject, learn to paint landscapes using a step-by-step approach. Discover what you need to know about mixing colours and how to get a variety of special effects. This is a great course for beginners and intermediates wanting to brush up on painting skills. Instructor: F. Haddock. $199, noncredit.

......................................................... ARTE 0114 (550) CFAC, 8 Th, Sep 17 – Nov 5, 6:30 – 9:30 pm

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Art Fundamentals: Introduction to Art and Portfolio Preparation 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 will cover aspects of anatomy, proportion, and observation; a still life project that will focus on tonal drawing; and a mixed media project that will deal with principles of formal unity. Instructor: K. Johnson. $315 (includes some supplies), noncredit.

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ARTE 0143 (550) CFAC, 10 T, Sep 22 – Nov 24, 6:30 – 9:30 pm ARTE 0143 (576) CFAC, 10 M, Jan 25 – Apr 5 (no class Feb 15) 6:30 – 9:30 pm

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Illustrating in Ink This course will explore the medium of ink through a variety of subject matter (human form, landscape, etc). The objective of the course is to develop your understanding of the ink medium (pen and ink, ink etching and ink wash) and how it can be used to develop the dramatic effects of lights, mood and stylized illustration. Individual styles will be encouraged, while exercises will allow you to explore the full range of the medium. Instructor: I. Woroniuk. $139, noncredit.

..................................................... ARTE 0182 (550) CFAC, 8 T, Sep 29 – Nov 17, 7 – 9 pm

..................................................... Cartooning Have you ever wanted to create your own cartoons? Now you have the chance to let internationally syndicated cartoonist, Gerry Rasmussen, show you how to design your own cartoon characters and put them in any world you can dream up. Gerry will share his drawing secrets and years of experience to help you along the path to your own cartoon creativity. $229, noncredit.

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ARTE 0145 (550) CFAC, 8 W, Sep 30 – Nov 25 (no class Nov 11), 6:30 – 9:30 pm

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Painting the Four Seasons Using Watercolours New! 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 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 12 – Dec 3, 6:30 – 9:30 pm

......................................................... Your Guide to Ink and Wash Drawing Get an introduction to the materials and techniques used to create ink and wash drawings and make them sparkle with a few washes of colour. This is a great skill to use on location, on your next holiday or just a walk in the park. Demonstrations will help you learn how to start and develop your drawings, and just how much paint you need to complete them. Instructor: F. Haddock. $109, noncredit.

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......................................................... ARTE 0196 (550) CFAC, 4 W, Nov 18 – Dec 9, 6:30 – 9:30 pm

......................................................... 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(550) CFAC, 8 Th, Jan 21 – Mar 11, 6:30 – 9:30 pm

.......................................................... New! Capturing Portraits On Paper 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, Mar 17 – Apr 7, 6:30 – 9:30 pm

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New! Painting Wildlife Using Acrylics Complement your landscapes with wildlife in natural habitat. Demonstrations will show you a step-by-step approach to including wildlife in your landscapes. Learn how to develop a landscape and then place animals in just the right place to make your painting come to life. Each landscape will deal with a different theme such as mountains, rivers, snow, and forests. Instructor: F. Haddock. $109, noncredit. ......................................................... ARTE 0113 (550) CFAC, 4 Th, Mar 18 – Apr 8, 6:30 – 9:30 pm

......................................................... Educational Travel Trips If you like art, music, theatre, dance, architecture or history you may be interested in joining us for an educational travel trip to New York City (February 13 – 20, 2010). This trip offers the benefit of group support along with personal independence in daily activity planning. This is not a guided tour, but is designed for independent participants with their own travel objectives who also wish to share their experiences with like-minded travellers. Assistance is offered to help you plan your daily activities. Tuition covers airfare, ground transfer, accommodation (based on double occupancy), some breakfasts, orientation seminar, walking tours, information package, and an arts and culture consultation. Single accommodation is available for an additional $400.

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ARTE 0290 (576), Feb 13 – 20, 2010, $2,050 (double occupancy), noncredit. ARTE 0290 (577), Feb 13 – 20, 2010, $2,450 (single occupancy), noncredit. Registration and payment deadline is Nov 20, 2009. Tuition is nonrefundable. Call 497-4303 for more information.

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Design Studies Call (780) 497-4312 or e-mail nichollsd@macewan.ca for more information; call (780) 497-5000 to register. Get your start in design studies or broaden your existing professional skills in design. Continuing Education is pleased to offer a number of design studies credit courses over the fall and winter terms for students who meet the requirements to register. Please call for course information, dates and times.

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Arts and Cultural Management Call (780) 497-4364 or e-mail burgessc@macewan.ca for more information or to register. Continuing Education offers a number of online arts and cultural management credit classes 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. See the www.acat.gov.ab.ca for course transferability. The fall term runs September 15 until January 15. The winter term runs February 1 – May 31. Please note that online courses are subject to a $25 per course technology support fee. Courses available in Fall/09: Advocacy and Lobbying 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 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. 3 credits.

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AGAD 101(1500) eCA, $566 and a $25 online support fee.

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Marketing Principles and Research in the Arts 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. 3 credits.

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AGAD 103 (1500) eCA, $566 and a $25 online support fee.

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Financial Management for the Arts 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.

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Students also examine manual and computerized systems and study examples of both profit-seeking and not-for-profit organizations. 3 credits.

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AGAD 105 (1500) eCA, $566 and a $25 online support fee.

AGAD 121(1600) eCA, $566 and a $25 online support fee.

Computer Applications in the Arts 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. 3 credits.

Human Resource Management in the Arts This course examines the role of board 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. 3 credits.

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AGAD 107 (1500) eCA, $566 and a $25 online support fee.

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Management Seminar I 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. 2 credits.

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AGAD 129 (1500) eCA, $472 and a $25 online support fee.

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Courses available in Winter/10: Publicity and Media Relations in the Arts 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. 3 credits.

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AGAD 109 (1600) eCA, $566 and a $25 online support fee.

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electronic media advertising, as well as the process of incorporating these components into the marketing plan. Prerequisite: AGAD (103). 3 credits.

Applied Marketing in the Arts 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

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AGAD 123 (1600) eCA, $566 and a $25 online support fee.

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Facility Management 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. 3 credits.

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AGAD 125 (1600) eCA, $566 and a $25 online support fee.

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Museum/Gallery Management 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. 3 credits.

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AGAD 126 (1600) eCA, $566 and a $25 online support fee.

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Fundraising and Grants 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, prepare 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. 3 credits.

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Stagecraft II

AGAD 127 (1600) eCA, $566 and a $25 online support fee.

$472 and a $30 + GST material fee, 2 credits. Prerequisite: TPPR 104. TPPR 204 (596) CFAC

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Management Seminar ll This course focuses on the development of critical thinking skills and the importance of understanding personality types. Organizational behaviour topics including stress management, decision making, and motivational techniques; 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.

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AGAD 130 (1600) eCA, $472 and a $25 online support fee.

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$566, 3 credits. TPPR 101 (596) CFAC

Theatre Production

Stagecraft I

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Call (780) 497-4301 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 Chair and satisfactory completion of prerequisites, where applicable, are required prior to registration in any theatre production courses. Fall/09: Drafting and Model Making $472 and a $30 + GST material fee, 2 credits. TPPR 102 (571) CFAC

..................................................... Audio I $472, 2 credits. TPPR 110 (571) CFAC

..................................................... Footings $754 and a $10 special fee and a $50 + GST material fee, 5 credits. TPPR 111 (571) CFAC

..................................................... Rigging

$378 and a $10 + GST material fee, 1 credit. TPPR 108 (596) CFAC

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Set Painting II $378 and a $30 + GST material fee, 1 credit. Prerequisite: TPPR 106. TPPR 206 (596) CFAC

..................................................... Winter/10: Applied Theatre History

..................................................... $472 and a $30 + GST material fee, 2 credits. TPPR 104 (596) CFAC

..................................................... Set Painting I $472 and a $30 + GST material fee, 2 credits. TPPR 106 (596) CFAC

..................................................... Introduction to Costumes $472 and a $25 + GST material fee, 2 credits. TPPR 107 (596) CFAC

..................................................... Noncredit Courses Set Etiquette and Protocol This course for newcomers to the film industry is 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 a 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. $95, noncredit.

..................................................... TPPR 0110 (550) CC, 1 Sat, Oct 17, 10 am – 3:30 pm TPPR 0110 (576) CC, 1 Sat, Feb 13, 10 am – 3:30 pm

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Dance Call (780) 497-4301 or e-mail philpb@macewan.ca for more information; call (780) 497-5000 to register. Hip Hop Dance This class 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 to be well suited to increasing energy and creative expression. Some prior dance experience is recommended. $140, noncredit.

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DNCE 0164 (550) CFAC, 10 Su, Sep 27 – Dec 6 (no class Oct 11), 3:30 – 5 pm. Instructor: C. Benavides. DNCE 0164 (551) CFAC, 10 Th, Sep 24 – Nov 26, 7:30 – 9 pm. Instructor: J. Pavo. DNCE 0164 (552) CFAC, 10 F, Sep 25 - Nov 27, 6 – 7:30 pm. Instructor: J. Pavo. DNCE 0164 (576) CFAC, 10 Su, Jan 17 – Mar 28 (no class Feb 14), 3:30 - 5 pm. Instructor: C. Benavides. DNCE 0164 (577) CFAC, 10 Th, Jan 21 – Mar 25, 7:30 – 9 pm. Instructor: J. Pavo. DNCE 0164 (578) CFAC, 10 F, Jan 22 – Mar 26, 6 – 7:30 pm. Instructor: J. Pavo.

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Ballet for Beginners 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. $150, noncredit.

............................................................ DNCE 0159 (550) CFAC, 10 T, Sep 29 – Dec 1, 7:30 – 9 pm DNCE 0159 (576) CFAC, 10 T, Jan 26 – Mar 30, 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. An excellent class for beginners who wish to exercise and learn dance combinations. Instructor: C. Hilderman. $140, noncredit.

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DNCE 0145 (550) CFAC, 10 S, Sep 26 – Dec 5 (no class Oct 10), 2 – 3:30 pm DNCE 0145 (576) CFAC, 10 S, Jan 16 – Mar 27 (no class Feb 13), 2 – 3:30 pm

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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. $140, noncredit.

............................................................ DNCE 0250 (550) CFAC, 10 T, Sep 22 – Nov 24, 5 – 6:30 pm DNCE 0250 (576) CFAC, 10 T, Jan 26 – Mar 30, 5 – 6:30 pm

............................................................ Tap Dance for Beginners Let us introduce you to the rhythm and fun of tap dance! Practice the steps, movements and techniques of this expressive and exuberant style of dance. Instructor: C. Benavides. $140, noncredit.

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DNCE 0163 (550) CFAC, 10 Su, Sep 27 – Dec 6 (no class Oct 11), 2 – 3:30 pm DNCE 0163 (576) CFAC, 10 Su, Jan 17 – Mar 28 (no class Feb 14), 2 – 3:30 pm

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Salsa 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/D. Smith. $95 per person, noncredit.

............................................................ DNCE 0149 (550) CFAC, 6 M, Sep 28 – Nov 9 (no class Oct 12), 7 – 8:30 pm DNCE 0149 (576) CFAC, 6 M, Jan 25 - Mar 8 (no class Feb 15), 7 – 8:30 pm

............................................................ Ballroom Dance I Students will learn variations of waltz, foxtrot, swing, cha-cha and rumba. You must register with a partner. Classes are taught by L. Hewitt and B. Peregrym. $115 per person, noncredit.

............................................................ DNCE 0180 (550) CFAC, 8 S, Oct 17 – Dec 5, 1 - 2:30 pm DNCE 0180 (576) CFAC, 8 S, Feb 6 - Mar 27, 1 - 2:30 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 and B. Peregrym. $115 per person, noncredit.

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............................................................ DNCE 0280 (550) CFAC, 8 Th, Oct 8 – Dec 3 (no class Nov 12), 6:30 – 8 pm DNCE 0280 (576) CFAC, 8 Th, Feb 4 - Mar 25, 6:30 – 8 pm

............................................................ Ballroom Dance III Students will work on their 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 and B. Peregrym. $115 per person, noncredit.

............................................................ DNCE 0380 (550) CFAC, 8 T, Oct 6 – Dec 1 (no class Nov 10), 8 - 9:30 pm DNCE 0380 (576) CFAC, 8 T, Feb 2 – Mar 23, 8 – 9:30 pm

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Ballroom Dance Workshop (Viennese Waltz I) In this workshop you will learn the most ancient of social dances - the Viennese Waltz. The basics will be covered to get you moving around the dance floor. Instructors: L. Hewitt and B. Peregrym. $29 per person, noncredit.

............................................................ DNCE 0181(550) CFAC, 1 S, Oct 31, 2:30 – 4 pm

............................................................ Ballroom Dance Workshop (Viennese Waltz II) This workshop will build on basic patterns with added variations and enhanced techniques. Instructors: L. Hewitt and B. Peregrym. $29 per person, noncredit.

............................................................ DNCE 0181(551) CFAC, 1 S, Nov 14, 2:30 – 4 pm

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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 and B. Peregrym. $115 per person, noncredit.

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: B. Harris/D. Lumsden. $29 per person, noncredit.

............................................................ DNCE 0480 (550) CFAC, 8 Th, Oct 8 – Dec 3 (no class Oct 12), 8 – 9:30 pm DNCE 0480 (576) CFAC, 8 Th, Feb 4 – Mar 25, 8 – 9:30 pm

............................................................ 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 and B. Peregrym. $115 per person, noncredit.

............................................................ DNCE 0582 (550) CFAC, 8 T, Oct 6 - Dec 1 (no class Nov 10), 6:30 – 8 pm DNCE 0582 (576) CFAC, 8 T, Feb 2 - Mar 23, 6:30 – 8 pm

............................................................ Ballroom Dance VI This dance performance workshop provides advanced students with an opportunity to practice and perfect their dancing skills. Instructors: L. Hewitt and B. Peregrym. $115 per person, noncredit.

............................................................ DNCE 0175 (550) CFAC, 8 W, Oct 7 – Dec 2 (no class Nov 11), 7 – 8:30 pm DNCE 0175 (576) CFAC, 8 W, Feb 3 – Mar 24, 7 – 8:30 pm

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............................................................ DNCE 0157 (550) CFAC, 1 Su, Oct 25, 1:30 – 3 pm DNCE 0157 (576) CFAC, 1 Su, Mar 14, 1:30 – 3 pm

............................................................ Jive and Swing Workshop I Everyone loves to jive, but not many do it really well. Start off on the right foot by learning the fundamentals to both Jive and Swing. You must register with a partner. Classes are taught by L. Hewitt and B. Peregrym. $29 per person, noncredit.

............................................................ DNCE 0152 (550) CFAC, 1 S, Nov 28, 2:30 – 4 pm DNCE 0152 (576) CFAC, 1 S, Feb 20, 2:30 – 4 pm

............................................................ Jive and Swing Workshop II Move to this next level and learn more whirls and twirls, and the double rhythm jive. Previous jive and swing experience is necessary. You must register with a partner. Instructors: L. Hewitt and B. Peregrym. $29 per person, noncredit.

............................................................ DNCE 0252 (576) CFAC, 1 S, Mar 13, 2:30 – 4 pm

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Jive and Swing Workshop III Continue to explore technique while adding more patterns to your repertoire. Some flashier style moves will be introduced, however, for safety reasons, no lifts will be taught. You must register with a partner. Instructors: L. Hewitt and B. Peregrym. $29 per person, noncredit.

............................................................ DNCE 0352 (576) CFAC, 1 S, Mar 27, 2:30 – 4 pm

............................................................ Belly Dance for Beginners Discover a new path to fitness through this ancient art form! Designed for beginners, sessions will cover 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. $140, noncredit.

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DNCE 0154 (550) CFAC, 10 W, Sep 23 – Dec 2 (no class Nov 11), 6 – 7:30 pm. DNCE 0154 (551) CFAC, 10 Su, Sep 27 – Dec 6 (no class Oct 11), 2 - 3:30 pm. DNCE 0154 (576) CFAC, 10 W, Jan 20 – Mar 24, 6 – 7:30 pm. DNCE 0154 (578) CFAC, 10 Su, Jan 17 – Mar 28 (no class Feb 14), 2 – 3:30 pm.

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Belly Dance (IA) Discover a new path to fitness through this ancient art form! Designed for students with some prior belly dance experience, sessions will 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. $140, noncredit.

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DNCE 0155 (550) CFAC, 10 W, Sep 23 – Dec 2 (no class Nov 11), 7:30 – 9 pm DNCE 0155 (577) CFAC, 10 W, Jan 20 – Mar 24, 7:30 – 9 pm

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Children and Youth Call (780) 497-4303 or e-mail philpb@macewan.ca for more information; call (780) 497-5000 to register. Children’s Dance Courses The “Dancing Twogether” course is designed for 2-year-olds who enjoy movement and expressing themselves in a fun-filled environment. Parents must participate in the course. Creative Movement courses (age 3 and ages 4 - 5) provide an opportunity for children to discover and expand movement abilities and enhance creative skills in a more structured learning environment. The Combination Dance course (ages 6 – 7) introduces students to primary dance techniques in ballet and modern dance style. Registration is ongoing, please call 497-4303 for information. All courses are taught by G. Hay.

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DNCE 0200 (650) Age 2, CFAC, 8 S, Sep 19 – Nov 14 (no class Oct 10), 9:30 - 10 am, $95, noncredit. DNCE 0200 (651) Age 2, CFAC, 8 S, Sep 19 – Nov 14 (no class Oct 10), 10 - 10:30 am, $95, noncredit. DNCE 0200 (652) Age 2, CFAC, 8 S, Jan 23 – Mar 20 (no class Feb 13), 9:30 - 10 am, $95, noncredit. DNCE 0200 (653) Age 2, CFAC, 8 S, Jan 23 – Mar 20 (no class Feb 13), 10 - 10:30 am, $95, noncredit. DNCE 0191 (650) Age 3, CFAC, 26 S, Sept 12 – Dec 12 and Jan 16 – Apr 24 (no class Oct 10, Feb 13, Apr 3), 10:30 – 11 am, $199, noncredit. DNCE 0192 (650) Age 4 – 5, CFAC, 26 S, Sep 12 – Dec 12 and Jan 16 – Apr 24 (no class Oct 10, Feb 13, Apr 3), 11:15 am – 12 pm, $255, noncredit. DNCE 0194 (650) Age 6 – 7, CFAC, 26 S, Sept 12 – Dec 12 and Jan 16 – Apr 24 (no class Oct 10, Feb 13, Apr 3), 12 – 1 pm. $295, noncredit.

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Photography Call (780) 497-4301 or e-mail westwoodd@macewan.ca for more information; call (780) 497-5000 to register. Digital Photography 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 required to have their own digital SLR camera. $566 plus $20 special fee, course supplies extra, 3 credits.

............................................................ VCPH 100 (571) CFAC, 14 T, Sep 15 – Dec 15, 6:30 – 9:30 pm, Instructor: D. Juniper. VCPH 100 (572) CFAC, 14 Th, Sep 17 – Dec 17, 6:30 – 9:30 pm, Instructor: J. Symington. VCPH 100 (596) CFAC, 14 T, Jan 19 – Apr 20, 6:30 – 9:30 pm, Instructor: J. Symington.

............................................................ Digital SLR Basics Ever wonder about what the ‘M’ stands for on your digital SLR? What do all the numbers in my viewfinder mean? How do I... ? Learn all about manually controlling the exposure settings available on your digital SLR camera: from what they do to how to make them work for the shot you want to take. By looking at examples of contemporary photography and applying what you’ve learned to your own shots, you’ll get the basic technical and compositional principles associated with great photography. Participants are required to have their own digital SLR camera. Instructor: J. Symington. $199, noncredit.

............................................................ VCPH 0101 (550) CFAC, 6 W, Sep 23 – Oct 28, 6:30 – 9:30 pm VCPH 0101 (551) CFAC, 2 S, Sep 26 – Oct 3, 9 am – 5 pm VCPH 0101 (576) CFAC, 2 S, Jan 16 – Jan 23, 9 am – 5 pm VCPH 0101 (577) CFAC, 6 Th, Jan 21 – Feb 25, 6:30 – 9:30 pm

............................................................ Digital SLR Advanced This course is for those who have a working knowledge of their digital SLR camera. The course focuses on developing an efficient workflow, advanced exposure control, and composition. This is a project-based course that deals with interior and exterior portraiture, landscape and still life. Time is required outside of class to complete assignments. Participants are required to

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have their own digital SLR camera. Instructor: J. Symington. $199, noncredit.

........................................................ VCPH 0102 (550) CFAC, 2 S, Oct 17 – Oct 24, 9 am – 5 pm VCPH 0102 (551) CFAC, 6 W, Nov 4 – Dec 9, 6:30 – 9:30 pm VCPH 0102 (576) CFAC, 6 Th, Mar 4 – Apr 8, 6:30 – 9:30 pm

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Centre for New Media Call (780) 497-4364 or e-mail burgessc@macewan.ca for more information or to register. Please note that all courses at the Centre for New Media are noncredit and are offered on Macintosh computers. Introductory Macintosh This course gives students 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. Basic computer experience is required, including basic keyboarding experience. $225, noncredit.

............................................................ VCOM 0154 (550) CFAC, 4 T, Sep 29 – Oct 20, 6:30 – 9:30 pm VCOM 0154 (576) CFAC, 4 T, Feb 2 – 23, 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 3 – 24, 6:30 – 9:30 pm VCOM 0354 (576) CFAC, 4 T, Mar 30 – Apr 20, 6:30 – 9:30 pm

............................................................ Adobe Photoshop 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.

............................................................ AVDM 0165 (550) CFAC, 6 M, Sep 28 – Nov 9, (no class Oct 12), 6:30 – 9:30 pm AVDM 0165 (576) CFAC, 6 M, Feb 1 – Mar 15, (no class Feb 16), 6:30 – 9:30 pm

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VCOM 0160 (550) CFAC, 6 W, Sep 30 – Nov 4, 6:30 – 9:30 pm VCOM 0160 (576) CFAC, 6 W, Feb 3 – Mar 10, 6:30 – 9:30 pm

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Adobe Illustrator Used primarily in the creation of logos, illustrations and 2D graphics, Illustrator is an 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, 1 S & Su, Nov 7 – 8, 9 am – 5 pm AVDM 0170 (576) CFAC, 1 S & Su, Mar 6 – 7, 9 am – 5 pm

............................................................ Electronic PrePress Designed to bridge the gap between the personal computer and the professional printing press, this course addresses issues that make a computer file print as intended, such as scanning resolutions, ink and colour definitions, trapping, file formats, font management, file transfer, and the creation of perfect files. Experience with QuarkXpress or Adobe InDesign is highly recommended. $225, noncredit.

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VCOM 0192 (550) CFAC, 4 M, Nov 16 – Dec 7, 6:30 – 9:30 pm VCOM 0192 (576) CFAC, 4 M, Mar 22 – Apr 19, (no class Apr 5), 6:30 – 9:30 pm

................................................ Website 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

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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.

Adobe InDesign 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.

AVDM 0163 (550) CFAC, 3 T & Th, Sep 22 – Oct 8, 6:30 – 9:30 pm AVDM 0163 (576) CFAC, 3 T & Th, Feb 2 – 18, 6:30 – 9:30 pm

Website Design and Development II 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 0555 (550) CFAC, 3 T & Th, Oct 13 – Oct 29, 6:30 – 9:30 pm AVDM 0555 (576) CFAC, 3 T & Th, Feb 23 – Mar 11, 6:30 – 9:30 pm

............................................................... Website Design and Development Level III 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.

.................................... AVDM 0655 (550) CFAC, 3 T & Th, Nov 17 – Dec 3, 6:30 – 9:30 pm AVDM 0655 (576) CFAC, 3 T & Th, Mar 30 – Apr 15, 6:30 – 9:30 pm

.................................... Macromedia Dreamweaver Study the features and functions of this industry standard web design software through the development of an in-class project. Proper site design and organization will be covered along with the integration of graphics with Adobe Photoshop. Completion of Web Design & Development Level I is recommended. $315, noncredit.

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............................................................ AVDM 0161(550) CFAC, 1 S & Su, Oct 3 – 4, 9 am – 5 pm AVDM 0161(576) CFAC, 1 S & Su, Feb. 6 – 7, 9 am – 5 pm

............................................................ Macromedia Dreamweaver II 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 0361(550) CFAC, 1 S & Su, Oct 24 – 25, 9 am – 5 pm AVDM 0361(576) CFAC, 1 S & Su, Feb 27 – 28, 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.

............................................................ AVDM 0162 (550) CFAC, 1 S & Su, Oct 17 – 18, 9 am – 5 pm AVDM 0162 (576) CFAC, 1 S & Su, Mar 27 – 28, 9 am – 5 pm

............................................................ Macromedia Flash II This course will build on the student’s basic knowledge of Flash introducing advanced design and project building concepts along with Actionscript, the powerful scripting language in Flash. A working knowledge of Flash is required. $315, noncredit.

............................................................ AVDM 0156 (550) CFAC, 1 S & Su, Nov 21 - 22, 9 am – 5 pm AVDM 0156 (576) CFAC, 1 S & Su, Apr 3 - 4, 9 am – 5 pm

............................................................ Website Design Usability A core consideration in web design, site usability is a key issue to designers, users and clients alike. Students will study web site usability in an interactive, “realworld” environment. Leading usability theory will be paired with common sense analysis and user testing practices. $275, noncredit.

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High Definition Video This course offers an in-depth look into the technical requirements for shooting, editing and delivering highdefinition video. HD formats, such as 720p, 1080i and 1080p will be reviewed along with the numerous codes used in HD such as HDV, DVCPRO HD, HD CAM etc. Issues involved with the capture and editing of HD footage, both compressed and uncompressed will be discussed along with hardware options such capture cards, connections and drives. Basic computer experience is required. $130, noncredit.

............................................................ AVDM 0418 (550) CFAC, 1 S, Oct 17, 9 am - 4 pm AVDM 0418 (576) CFAC, 1 S, Feb 27, 9 am - 4 pm

............................................................ Apple Final Cut Pro Edit, and add music or special effects to your digital video with this powerful desktop application. This hands-on, low-enrollment course guides you through the features and functions of the popular Final Cut Pro as you build a complete movie. Basic computer experience is required. $315, noncredit.

............................................................ AVDM 0400 (550) CFAC, 1 S & Su, Oct 24 – 25, 9 am – 5 pm AVDM 0400 (576) CFAC, 1 S & Su, Feb 6 – 7, 9 am – 5 pm

............................................................ Adobe After Effects This course takes you into the exciting world of special effects and animation for video using Adobe After Effects, the leading software for video design. Learn the tricks that are used to create many of the images you see on TV. Topics include understanding digital video, keyframe editing, transfer modes, layering and compositing. Although After Effects is a stand alone product, a good working knowledge of the Macintosh computer and some experience with Photoshop is required. $315, noncredit.

............................................................ AVDM 0164 (550) CFAC, 1 S & Su, Nov 28 – 29, 9 am – 5 pm AVDM 0164 (576) CFAC, 1 S & Su, Apr 17 – 18, 9 am – 5 pm

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............................................................ AVDM 0285 (550) CFAC, 1 S & Su, Nov 14 – 15, 9 am – 4 pm AVDM 0285 (576) CFAC, 1 S & Su, Apr. 17 – 18, 9 am – 4 pm

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Music: Centre for the Arts and Communications

Call (780) 497-4303 or e-mail philpb@macewan.ca for more information; call (780) 497-5000 to register.

MUSC 0182 (554) Instructor: M. Lefever

Piano MUSC 0274 (550) Instructor: P. Richey

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

Drum MUSC 0279 (550) Instructor: G. Graber

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.

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MUSC 0288 (550) Age 12 – 16, CFAC, 8 M, Sep 21 – Nov 16 (no class Oct 12), 6 – 7:30 pm, Instructor: G. Myers. MUSC 0288 (551) CFAC, 8 M, Sep 21 – Nov 16 (no class Oct 12), 7:30 - 9 pm, instructor: G. Myers. MUSC 0288 (552) CFAC, 8 T, Sep 15 – Nov 3, 7:30 - 9 pm, instructor: M. Lyngstad. MUSC 0288 (576) Age 12 – 15, CFAC, 8 M, Jan 25 – Mar 22 (no class Feb 15), 6 – 7:30 pm, instructor: G. Myers. MUSC 0288 (577) CFAC, 8 M, Jan 25 – Mar 22 (no class Feb 15), 7:30 - 9 pm, instructor: G. Myers. MUSC 0288 (578) CFAC, 8 T, Jan 19 – Mar 9, 7:30 – 9 pm, Instructor: M. Lyngstad.

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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. Instructor: M. Lyngstad. $130, noncredit.

MUSC 0276 (550) Instructor: B. Leibham

Sax, Flute, Clarinet MUSC 0277(550) Instructor: K. Porkka

Five String Banjo/Mandolin MUSC 0256 (550) Instructor: C. Neufeld

Jazz Violin/Fiddle MUSC 0297 (550) Instructor: C. Neufeld

........................................ 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: 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

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MUSC 0277(576) Instructor: K. Porkka

MUSC 0388 (550) CFAC, 5 T, Nov 17 – Dec 15, 7:30 – 9 pm MUSC 0388 (576) CFAC, 5 T, Mar 23 – Apr 20, 7:30 – 9 pm

MUSC 0256 (576) Instructor: C. Neufeld

Five String Banjo/Mandolin

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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 14th and January 11th. $275, noncredit. Call (780) 497-4364 or (780) 497-4303 to arrange lesson times and for further information.

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Bass

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 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. Instructor: S. Hart. $195, noncredit.

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MUSC 0152 (550) CFAC, 10 M, Sep 21 – Nov 30 (no class Oct 12), 7 – 9 pm MUSC 0152 (576) CFAC, 10 M, Jan 18 – Mar 29 (no class Feb 15), 7 – 9 pm

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Studio Recording Techniques 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. A textbook is not included in the course fee. Instructor: C. Lay. $995, noncredit.

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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.

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............................................................ MUSC 0150 (550) CFAC, 11 M, 7 – 10 pm and W, 7 – 9 pm, Sep 21 – Dec 9 (no class Oct 12 and Nov 11)

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Music: Alberta College Conservatory of Music Call (780) 633-3725 or e-mail conservatory@macewan.ca for more information; call (780) 633-3729 to register. The 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 MacEwan Alberta College Conservatory of Music.

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Organ

French Horn

Double Bass

Voice

Bianca Baciu Reinhard Berg Karla Boddez Robert Casgrain Geraldine Haythorne Sarah Ho Yona Kim Margaret King 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 Laryssa Whittaker

Reinhard Berg

Mary Fearon Suzanne Langor

Ioan Tetel

Electric Guitar

Aliya Ahmad Lary Benson Sherrill DeMarco Clint Hagel Ron Long Heather Meyers Cory Miller Lauressa Pawlowski Elizabeth Raycroft Judy-Lynn Sawchuk Svetlana Sech Maura Sharkey-Pryma Heidi Stenabaugh

Tristan Cameron Bill Damur Donald Ehret

Music History/ Theory

Electric Bass

Robert Klakowich Cameron Watson

Accordion Reinhard Berg

Winds and Brass Flute

Reinhard Berg

Alden Lowrey

Euphonium & Tuba

Bill Damur Petar Dundjerski Liane Gayler Margaret King

Alden Lowrey

Clarinet

Strings Violin

Don Ross Daniel Sutherland

Saxophone Dan Davis Junelle Bouakir Charles Stolte

Trumpet Jeff Bryant

Keyboard

Trombone

Drums and Percussion John McCormick

Marie Forestier Lyanne Jarillo-Alvarado Joanna Lee Mathias Silveira

Cello Caitlin Smith Ian Woodman Joanne Yu

Harp Nora Bumanis Hannah Elossais Keri Zwicker

Classical Guitar Andrew Creaghan Michel Forestier Trevor Sanders

John Towill

Speech Arts Vocal Coaching

Marliss Weber

Alexandra Munn

Dialect Coaching Marliss Weber

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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 preschool 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 (780) 633-3725 for information. $195, noncredit.

Age 4 15 W, Feb 3 – May 19 (no class Mar 31), 3 – 3:50 pm

Fall /09: South Campus on Wednesday

Age 5 15 W, Feb 3 – May 19 (no class Mar 31), 4 – 4:50 pm

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MUSC 0977 (711) MSC

Age 3 15 W, Feb 3 – May 19 (no class Mar 31), 2 – 2:50 pm MUSC 0978 (711) MSC

MUSC 0980 (711) MSC

MUSC 0977 (710) MSC

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Age 3 15 W, Sep 16 - Jan 27 (no class Nov 11, Dec 16 - Jan 6) 2:00 - 2:50 pm

MUSC 0977 (761) AC

MUSC 0978 (710) MSC

Alberta College Conservatory of Music on Tuesday Age 3 15 T, Feb 2 – May 18 (no class Mar 30), 2 – 2:50 pm

Age 4 5 W, Sep 16 - Jan 27 (no class Nov 11, Dec 16 - Jan 6) 3:00 - 3:50 pm

MUSC 0978 (761) AC

MUSC 0980 (710) MSC

MUSC 0980 (761) AC

Age 5 15 W, Sep 16 - Jan 27 (no class Nov 11, Dec 16 - Jan 6) 4:00 - 4:50 pm

Age 5 15 T, Feb 2 – May 18 (no class Mar 30), 4 – 4:50 pm

Alberta College Conservatory of Music on Tuesday

MUSC 0977 (771) AC

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Age 3 15 T, Sep 15 - Jan 19 (no class Dec 15 - Jan 5), 2:00 - 2:50 pm MUSC 0978 (760) AC

Age 4 15 T, Sep 15 - Jan 19 (no class Dec 15 - Jan 5), 3:00 - 3:50 pm MUSC 0980 (760) AC

Age 5 15 T, Sep 15 - Jan 19 (no class Dec 15 - Jan 5), 4:00 - 4:50 pm

.................................................................. Alberta College Conservatory of Music on Saturday MUSC 0977 (770) AC

Age 3 15 S, Sep 19 - Jan 23 (no class Oct 10, Dec 19 - Jan 2) 9:30 - 10:20 am MUSC 0978 (770) AC

Age 4 15 S, Sep 19 - Jan 23 (no class Oct 10, Dec 19 - Jan 2) 10:30 am - 11:20 pm MUSC 0980 (770) AC

Age 5 15 S, Sep 19- Jan 23 (no class Oct 10, Dec 19 - Jan 2) 11:30 am - 12:20 pm

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Winter /10: South Campus on Wednesday

Age 4 15 T, Feb 2 – May 18 (no class Mar 30), 3 – 3:50 pm

.................................................................. Alberta College Conservatory of Music on Saturday Age 3 15 S, Jan 30 – May 29 (no class Feb 13, Apr 3, May 15), 9:30 – 10:20 am MUSC 0978 (771) AC

Age 4 15 S, Jan 30 – May 29 (no class Feb 13, Apr 3, May 15), 10:30 – 11:20 am MUSC 0980 (771) AC

Age 5 15 S, Jan 30 – May 29 (no class Feb 13, Apr 3, May 15), 11:30 am – 12:20 pm

.................................................................. 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 welcomes 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 (780) 633-3725 regarding placement auditions.

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............................................................ MUSC 0910 (650), Age 6 – 9, AC, 26 T, Sep 15 – Dec 8, Jan 12 – Apr 13 (no class Mar 30), 5:45 – 7 pm, $295, noncredit. Instructor: R. Barnes. MUSC 0911 (650) Age 10 – 14, AC, 26 T, Sep 15 – Dec 8, Jan 12 – Apr 13 (no class Mar 30), 5:45 – 7:00 pm, $295, noncredit. Instructor: TBA MUSC 0913 (550) Women’s, AC, 26 M, Sep 14 – Dec 14, Jan 11 – Apr 26 (no class Oct 12, Feb 15, Mar 29, Apr 5), 7:15 – 9:15 pm, $325, noncredit. Instructor: R. Long.

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Children’s Musical Theatre (9 – 12 years old) Come join us for a semester of musical fun! This course will teach vocal technique, acting and movement culminating in a final presentation for friends and family. No previous musical theatre experience is required. Instructor: J.L. Sawchuk/G. Olmstead. $295, noncredit.

............................................................ MUSC 0742 (650) AC, 12 S, Oct 3 – Jan 16 (no class Oct 10, Dec 19, 26, Jan 2), 9:30 – 11:30 am

............................................................ Music Theory Classes Curricula is 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.

............................................................ Complete Music Rudiments MUSC 0700 (550) AC, 29 T, Oct 6 - May 11 (no class Dec 22, 29, Mar 30), 5 – 6 pm. Instructor: R. Klakowich.

Basic Harmony MUSC 0701(550) AC, 29 W, Sep 30 – May 12 (no class Nov 11, Dec 23, Dec 30, Mar 31), 4:30 – 5:30 pm, Instructor: R. Klakowich.

Intermediate Harmony MUSC 0702 (550) AC, 29 W, Sep 30 – May 12 (no class Nov 11, Dec 23, Dec 30, Mar 31), 5:30 – 6:30 p.m. Instructor: R. Klakowich.

............................................................ Music History 1: An Overview MUSC 0703 (550) AC, 29 W, Sep 30 – May 12 (no class Nov 11, Dec 23 – Jan 6, Mar 31), 5:30 – 6:30 pm. Instructor: C. Watson.

Music History 2: Middle-Ages to Classical MUSC 0704 (550) AC, 29 W, Sep 30 – May 12 (no class Nov 11, Dec 23 – Jan 6, Mar 31), 6:30 – 7:30 pm. Instructor: C. Watson.

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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.

............................................................ Ensembles Instrumental ensembles are offered for flute, clarinet, french horn, guitar, celtic harp, pedal harp, and saxophone. 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 (780) 633-3725 for general information.

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Ear Training 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.

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MUSC 0709 (550) AC, 10 T, Oct 6 – Dec 8, 6 – 7 pm MUSC 0709 (551) AC, 10 S, Oct 3 – Dec 12 (no class Oct 10), 11 am – 12 pm MUSC 0709 (576) AC, 10 S, March 13 – May 29 (no class April 3, May 15), 11 am – 12 pm

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Collaborative Voice and Piano Singer and pianist work as a team to learn the art of ensemble while studying a wide variety of repertoire performed in its original language. Prerequisite: Grade 10 RCT/CC or equivalent. Instructor: A. Munn. $225, noncredit.

............................................................ MUSC 0741(550) AC, 10 Wed (bi-weekly), Sep 23 - Feb 10, 7:30 – 9:30 p.m.

............................................................ Opera Workshop 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. Noncredit.

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............................................................ MUSC 0745 (550) AC, 15 W, date/time/cost, TBA MUSC 0745 (551) AC, 30 W, date/time/cost, TBA MUSC 0745 (576) AC, 15 W, date/time/cost, TBA

Bachelor of Applied Communications in

Professional Writing

............................................................ 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. Noncredit.

............................................................ MUSC 0710 (550) AC, 15 W, date/time/cost, TBA MUSC 0710 (551) AC, 30 W, date/time/cost, TBA MUSC 0710 (576) AC, 15 W, date/time/cost, TBA

............................................................ Voice and Piano Collaborate Repertoire Workshop 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. Noncredit.

............................................................ MUSC 0745 (550) AC, 15 T, date/time/cost, TBA MUSC 0745 (551) AC, 30 T, date/time/cost, TBA MUSC 0745 (576) AC, 15 T, date/time/cost, TBA

............................................................ 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 Conservatory of Music November 18 - 21. Registration deadline is Friday, October 16, 2009. Call (780) 633-3705 for further information.

............................................................ MUSC 0925 (550) Noncompetitive AC MUSC 0926 (550) Competitive AC

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Call (780) 497-5614 or e-mail writing@macewan.ca for more information; call (780) 497-5000 to register. MacEwan’s Bachelor of Applied Communications in Professional Writing program 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, and 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 an continuing education student. You can take courses on campus or online through eCampus Alberta. 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.

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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. Fall PROW 100 (1500) eCA, Sept 14 – Dec 18 Tuition: $566, plus $25 e-tech fee, text, study guide, and web camera extra, 3 credits.

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PROW 100 (570) CC, Tues, Sept 8 – Dec 15, 6 – 9 pm Tuition: $566, text extra, 3 credits. PROW 100 (596) CC, Tues, Jan 5 – Apr 20, 6 – 9 pm. Tuition: $566, text extra, 3 credits.

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Distilled Prose In this course, you create short works where audience analysis, word choice, sentence structure, tone and voice, creativity and precise diction matter. Prerequisite: Minimum grade of C- in PROW 100, or consent of the program. Fall PROW 102 (570) CC, M, Sep 14 – Dec 14, 6:00 – 9:00 pm. Tuition: $566, text extra, 3 credits.

Winter PROW 102 (1600) eCA, Jan 11 – Apr 23. Tuition: $566, plus $25 e-tech fee, text, study guide, and web camera extra, 3 credits. PROW 102 (596) CFAC, T, Jan 5 – Apr 20, 6:00 – 9:00 pm Tuition: $566, text extra, 3 credits.

....................................................... 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, or consent of the program. Fall PROW 104 (570) CC, W, Sept 9 – Dec 16, 6:00 – 9:00 pm Tuition: $566, text extra, 3 credits.

Winter PROW 104 (1600) eCA, Jan 11 – Apr 23 Tuition: $566, plus $25 e-tech fee, text, study guide, and web camera extra, 3 credits. PROW 104 (596) CC, W, Jan 6 – Apr 21, 6:00 – 9:00 pm Tuition: $566, text extra, 3 credits.

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Research Skills for Writers Fall This course focuses on the need to understand social science research methods as a researcher and writer. PROW 115 (1500) eCA Sep 14– Dec 18 Tuition: $566, plus $25 e-tech fee, text, study guide, and web camera extra, 3 credits. PROW 115 (570) CC Th, Sep 10 – Dec 17, 6:00 – 9:00 pm Tuition: $566, text extra, 3 credits.

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Mac Skills for Writers This course provides the basic tools students need to work comfortably in a Macintosh environment. Fall PROW 117 (1500) eCA, Sept 14 – Dec 18 Tuition: $566, plus $25 e-tech fee, text, study guide, and web camera extra, 3 credits.

Winter PROW 117 (596) CFAC, Th, Jan 7 – Apr 22, 6:00 – 9:00 pm Tuition: $566, $15 material fee plus GST, $15 special fee, text extra, 3 credits.

................................................................... Computer Research for Writers 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: Minimum grade of C- in PROW 115, or consent of the program. Winter PROW 118 (1600) eCA, Jan 11 – Apr 23 Tuition: $566, plus $25 e-tech fee, text, study guide, and web camera extra, 3 credits.

................................................................... 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: Minimum grade of C- in PROW 100, or consent of the program. Winter PROW 135 (1600) eCA, Jan 11 – Apr 23 Tuition: $566, plus $25 e-tech fee, text, study guide, and web camera extra, 3 credits. PROW 135 (596) CC, Th, Jan 7 – Apr 22, 6 – 9 pm Tuition: $566, text extra, 3 credits.

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Project Lead This course teaches you the steps to take a creative project from perceived communications needs through assembly of resources and professional collaborations to final project approval. Prerequisite: Minimum grade of C- in PROW 100 and PROW 117.

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PROW 140 (1600) eCA, Jan 11 – Apr 23 Tuition: $566, plus $25 e-tech fee, text, study guide, and web camera extra, 3 credits. PROW 140 (596) CFAC, T, Jan 5 – Apr 20, 6 – 9 pm Tuition: $566, plus $40 material fee plus GST, 3 credits.

PROW 205 (1500) eCA, Sep 14 - Dec 18 Tuition: $566, plus $25 e-tech fee, text, study guide, and web camera extra, 3 credits.

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Advanced Composition The course considers language from linguistic, rhetorical, social, and ethical perspectives, and uses sophisticated tools for analyzing sentence construction. Prerequisite: Minimum grade of C- in PROW 100, or consent of the program. Fall PROW 200 (1500) eCA, Sep 14 – Dec 18 Tuition: $566, plus $25 e-tech fee, text, study guide, and web camera extra, 3 credits. PROW 200 (570) CFAC, T, Sep 8 – Dec 15, 6 – 9 pm Tuition: $566, text extra, 3 credits.

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Professional Prose 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. Fall - Winter

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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, or consent of the program. Winter PROW 206 (1600) eCA, Jan 11 – Apr 23 Tuition: $566, plus $25 e-tech fee, text, study guide, and web camera extra, 3 credits. PROW 206 (596) CFAC, Th. Jan 7 – Apr 22, 6 – 9 pm Tuition: $566, text extra, 3 credits.

................................................................... Introducing Technical Writing 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. Winter

PROW 202 (1500) eCA, Sep 14 – Apr 23 Tuition: $848, plus $25 e-tech fee, text, study guide, and web camera extra, 6 credits.

PROW 224 (1600) eCA, Jan 11 – Apr 23 Tuition: $566, plus $25 e-tech fee, text, study guide, and web camera extra, 3 credits. PROW 224 (596) CFAC, W, Jan 6 – Apr 21, 6 – 9 pm Tuition: $566, $15 material fee plus GST, $15 special fee, text extra, 3 credits.

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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. Winter

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, or consent of the program. Fall

PROW 204 (1600) eCA, Jan 11 – Apr 23 Tuition: $566, plus $25 e-tech fee, text, study guide, and web camera extra, 3 credits. PROW 204 (596) CC, Mon, Jan 11 – Apr 19, 6 – 9 pm Tuition: $566, text extra, 3 credits.

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Legal Issues for Writers This is a practical course that focuses on legal, ethical and business issues encountered by professional writers. Prerequisite: Minimum grade of C- in PROW 100 and PROW 115, or consent of the program.

PROW 226 (1500) eCA, Sep 14 – Dec 18 Tuition: $566, plus $25 e-tech fee, text, study guide, and web camera extra, 3 credits.

.................................................................. 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, or consent of the program.

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Winter

PROW 228 (1600) eCA, Jan 11 – Apr 23 Tuition: $566, plus $25 e-tech fee, text, study guide, and web camera extra, 3 credits.

PROW 304 (1600) eCA, Jan 11 – Jun 25 Tuition: $848, plus $25 e-tech fee, text, study guide, and web camera extra, 6 credits.

.................................................................. 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: PROW 117 Fall PROW 230 (570) CFAC, Th, Sep 10 – Dec 17, 6 – 9 pm Tuition: $566, text extra, 3 credits.

.................................................................. 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, or consent of the program. PROW 235 (570) CFAC, W, Sep 9 – Dec 16, 6 – 9 pm Tuition: $566, text extra, 3 credits. PROW 235 (1600) eCA, Jan 11 - Apr 23 Tuition: $566, plus $25 e-tech fee, text, study guide, and web camera extra, 3 credits.

.................................................................... Short Fiction Forms This course focuses on the art and craft of writing short fiction: its history and evolution, various sub-genres, and its creation and workshopping. Prerequisite: PROW 100. Winter PROW 240 (596) CFAC, W, Jan 6 – Apr 21, 6 – 9 pm Tuition: $566, text extra, 3 credits.

.................................................................... 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, or consent of the program. Fall PROW 302 (1500) eCA, Sep 14 – Dec 18 Tuition: $566, plus $25 e-tech fee, text, study guide, and web camera extra, 3 credits.

................................................................... 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, or consent of the program.

............................................................... 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. Fall PROW 306 (1500) eCA, Oct 19 – Feb 12 Tuition: $566, plus $25 e-tech fee, text, study guide, and web camera extra, 3 credits.

Winter PROW 306 (596) CC, Th, Jan 7 – Apr 22, 6:00 – 9:00 pm Tuition: $566, $15 material fee plus GST, text extra, 3 credits.

................................................................ 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, or consent of the program. Winter PROW 308 (1600) eCA, Jan 11 – Apr 23 Tuition: $566, plus $25 e-tech fee, text, study guide, and web camera extra, 3 credits.

................................................................ Creative Nonfiction 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, or consent of the program. Winter PROW 310 (1600) eCA, Jan 11 – Jun 25 Tuition: $848, plus $25 e-tech fee, text, study guide, and web camera extra, 6 credits.

................................................................ Magazine Writing This course gives you the necessary skills to pursue freelance feature writing for a variety of magazines. Prerequisite: Minimum grade of C- in PROW 100, or consent of the program.

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Fall PROW 316 (570) CC, Th, Sept 10 – Dec 17, 6:00 – 9:00 pm Tuition: $566, text extra, 3 credits.

Winter PROW 316 (1600) eCA, Jan 11 – Apr 23 Tuition: $566, plus $25 e-tech fee, text, study guide, and web camera extra, 3 credits.

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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, or consent of the program. Fall PROW 318 (1500) eCA, Oct 19 – Feb 12 Tuition: $566, plus $25 e-tech fee, text, study guide, and web camera extra, 3 credits.

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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, or consent of the program. Winter PROW 319 (1600) eCA, Jan 11 – Jun 25 Tuition: $848, plus $25 e-tech fee, text, study guide, and web camera extra, 6 credits.

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Registration Information Telephone

Call (780) 497-5000 to register by phone using VISA/Mastercard.

Online

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In Person ( commencing August 22, 2009)* City Centre Mon - Thurs: 7:30 am - 7 pm Sat: 8 am - 2 pm

Centre for the Arts and Communications Mon - Thurs: 7:45 am - 7 pm

Fri: 7:45 am - 4:30 pm

Alberta College Conservatory of Music Mon - Fri: 8:30 am - 4:30 pm

South Campus Mon - Thurs: 7:45 am - 7 pm

Fri: 7:45 am - 4:30 pm

*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

Withdrawals

To withdraw from a course, please complete, sign, and submit a withdrawal form to the Registrar’s Office. These forms are available from all Information Centres or the Registrar’s Office. If you are unable to withdraw in person, contact the Registrar’s Office at (780) 497-5000. Please contact the Registrar’s Office to be advised of the last day for withdrawal from a credit course without academic penalty for Fall 2009/Winter 2010. Non-attendance does not constitute a withdrawal, nor does stop-payment on a cheque. You must notify the Registrar’s Office at (780) 497-5000. Students are held responsible for courses for which they are registered, until they formally withdraw from courses within the deadline dates. Notification in person or by mail must be received by the Registrar’s Office within the deadline dates. Simply notifying the instructor or ceasing to attend lectures is not sufficient.

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. Prerequisite: A minimum grade of B- in PROW 240 or ENGL 214, or consent of the program upon reviewing written work prior to class registration. Winter

Cancellations

PROW 329 (596) CFAC, W, Jan 6 – Apr 21, 6 – 9 pm Tuition: $566, $50 material fee plus GST, text extra, 3 credits.

Income Tax Receipts

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Fri: 7:30 am - 4:30 pm

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 at home or at work prior to the start date. Fees for cancelled courses will be refunded.

Tax receipts for 2009 tuition will be available online at www. myMacEwan.ca by the end of February, 2010. Tax receipts for 2010 tuition will be available online at www.myMacEwan. ca by the end of February 2011. The issuance of tax receipts is based on a number of criteria. Please visit the Canada Revenue Agency website at www.cra-arc.gc.ca/tax for more information. Income tax receipts may not match the amount paid due to income tax laws. 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.

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Educational Travel Trips If you like art, music, theatre, dance, architecture or history you may be interested in joining us for an educational travel trip New York City (February 13 – 20, 2010). This trip offers the benefit of group support along with personal independence in daily activity planning. This is not a guided tour, but is designed for independent participants with their own travel objectives who also wish to share their experiences with like-minded travellers. Assistance is offered to help you plan your daily activities. Tuition covers airfare, ground transfer, accommodation (based on double occupancy), some breakfasts, orientation seminar, walking tours, information package, and arts and culture consultation. Single accommodation is available for an additional $400. .........................................................................................................................................

ARTE 0290 (576) Feb 13 - 20, 2010 $2,050 (double occupancy), noncredit ARTE 0290 (577) Feb 13 - 20, 2010 $2,450 (single occupancy), noncredit Registration and payment deadline is Nov 20, 2009. Tuition is nonrefundable. Call (780) 497-4303 for more information.

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