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SUMMER • 2013 CATALOG

MINI COURSES We lcome!

(and we have those) but also a chance to do the not so obvious. Check out the pages below and make your summer unique, in an obvious or not so obvious manner! Register early to insure your space in the courses that you want…

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Summer Pursuits

Mind & Body

Pump up that resume, have a great job interview, be your own personal trainer.

Trout Fishing, Rock Climbing, Golf and more for summer fun.

Meditation, Mandalas, Chakras & Labyrinths for mental well being.

Northwoods Paddle & Hike: BWCA & Lake Superior Paddle, hike, and camp in the pristine wilderness of the north country! Spend three days on big water in the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness, then two nights on Lake Superior’s picturesque north shore. Hike the Split Rock River segment of the Superior Hiking Trail, and a stretch of trail along the Lake Superior shoreline. Classroom sessions will review needed gear and supplies in depth, and explain how you should prepare yourself physically. Learn the natural history of these unique areas and Leave No Trace principles. Novice back country trekkers welcome, participants must be in good physical condition. All permit, camping, paddling gear, and transportation costs are included. Must provide own camping gear, day hiking gear, or food. Responsible for providing and preparing foods that meets your own dietary needs. Two classroom sessions and a six-day trip. INSTRUCTOR: Heidi Conde is a former DNR educator and naturalist, and a seasoned outdoorswoman. She has paddled and hiked these areas and is an experienced outdoor trip leader.

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#4460.101 WED 7:30-9:30pm, June 26&July 24 plus Aug 11-16 $449.50(Student/U.Mem)$459.50(Fac/Staff)

Wisconsin River, Wisconsin Authors

Enjoy a day on the beautiful and scenic Wisconsin River, reflecting on Wisconsin authors influenced by this same river. We will begin in the home town of August Derleth (Sauk City) and bring Aldo Leopold and others along with us during an easy paddling day that will include sandbar stops and shared readings. Course fee includes transportation and canoe rental, provide own sack lunch. 1 Meeting. INSTRUCTOR: Kim Tschudy, lifelong resident of this area, author with five published books, and an experienced Mini Course instructor.

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ON THE WATER Rowing – Learn to Row!

Learn one of the most rewarding ways to enjoy Madison lakes - learn to row! A quiet morning or evening pulling an oar through Lake Mendota, in synch with friends, will bring a smile to your face, sweat to your brow, and conditioning to your body. Even if you have never rowed before we will have you out on the water and rowing with a team. Meet good friends, improve your fitness, and enjoy teamwork while learning to row. Meets at boathouse in James Madison Park. 8 Meetings. Presented in cooperation with the Mendota Rowing Club. INSTRUCTORS: Mendota Rowing Club (MRC) instructors. MRC is a non-profit community organization focused on providing rowing for all. #4070.101 MON&WED 6:45-8:45pm, June 3-26 #4070.102 TUE&THR 6:45-8:45pm, June 4-27 #4070.103 MON&WED 6:45-8:45pm, July 8-31 #4070.104 TUE&THR 6:45-8:45pm, July 9-Aug 1 #4070.105 MON&WED 6:45-8:45pm, Aug 5-28 #4070.106 TUE&THR 6:45-8:45pm, Aug 6-29 $150(Student/U.Mem)$160(Fac/Staff)

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Visual Artistry

#4115.101 THR 5-8pm, May 30 #4115.102 THR 5:30-8:30pm, June 6 #4115.103 THR 5:30-8:30pm, June 20 #4115.104 THR 5:30-8:30pm, July 11 #4115.105 THR 5:30-8:30pm, July 25 #4115.106 THR 5-8pm, Aug 8 #4115.107 THR 5-8pm, Aug 22 #4115.108 THR 5-8pm, Aug 29 $24.50(Student/U.Mem)$34.50(Fac/Staff)

Digital Photography, Videography & Creative Smartphone Photos.

New Moves Belly, Pole, Swing, Tango – Let’s Dance!

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Join the fun on Lake Mendota and learn to sail! Weather permitting; we will get you out on a mid-sized boat your very first day where the instructor will coach you on the basic maneuvers! The second and third classes will consist of significant on-water instruction on your very own Tech dinghy. Course Fee includes sailing handbook and $30 boat user fee which may be applied towards a Sailing Club Membership (allows for unlimited instruction and use of all sailing crafts, once certified). 3 Meetings. INSTRUCTORS: Hoofers Sailing Club Instructional Staff. #4080.502 SUN Noon-3pm, May 5-19 #4080.101 FRI, 5-8pm, SAT&SUN, Noon-3pm, May 31-June 2 #4080.102 FRI, 5-8pm, SAT&SUN, Noon-3pm, June 7-9 #4080.103 WED-FRI 5:30-8:30pm, June 26-28 #4080.104 FRI, 5-8pm, SAT&SUN, Noon-3pm, July 26-28 #4080.105 FRI, 5-8pm, SAT&SUN, Noon-3pm, Aug 9-11 #4080.106 TUE-THR 5-8pm, Aug 27-29 $99.50(Student/U.Mem)$109.50(Fac/Staff))

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Make beer, flavored oils, skin care products, or just learn to juggle.

Yoga & More

Sailing Theory & Practice

Register by Phone

Finally edit those videos, create a painting, or hit the stage…

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Sailing Dinner Cruise Pack your picnic basket and head down to the Union for a relaxing 3 hour evening sail on beautiful Lake Mendota. Make it a double date and invite some friends or neighbors along. You can make it a unique night with your friends and/ or look at it as a casual sailing class. 1 Meeting. INSTRUCTOR: Hoofer Sailing Club Instructor Staff.

Do something for you – Music, Artistry or maybe even a new job!

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Outside or in, a variety of ways to get in shape this summer...

Register in 4 easy ways.

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Summertime offers all the obvious great opportunities – sailing, canoeing, hiking

Beginning Windsurfing

Take on a new adventure sport! Impress others and you impress yourself. Anyone can learn to windsurf - you will learn to rig and sail a board by the end of the class! Includes on-land training with a simulator plus on-thewater learning for sailing in light to moderate winds. Includes sailing handbook and $30 boat user fee which may be applied to any current year Hoofer Sailing Club membership. 3 Meetings. INSTRUCTORS: Hoofer Sailing Club Instructional Staff. #4100.101 MON-WED 5:30-8:30pm, June 17-19 #4100.102 WED-FRI 5:3p-8:30pm, June 26-28 #4100.103 MON-WED 5:30-8:30pm, July 1-3 #4100.104 FRI, 5-8pm, SAT&SUN, Noon-3pm, July 26-28 #4100.105 FRI, 5-8pm, SAT&SUN, Noon-3pm, Aug 9-11 #4100.106 FRI, 5-8pm, SAT&SUN, Noon-3pm, Aug 23-25 $89.50(Student/U.Mem) $99.50(Fac/Staff)

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Marlinspike Seamanship

Marlinspike Seamanship is the art of working with line, knot-tying, splicing, whipping, decorative knots and more! Join in and learn some of these time tested skills! You will learn all kinds of practical knots, go over their uses, differences between types of line, and how to splice and whip three strand line. On the final day we will explore some decorative knots and you will take home a handmade gift! Course fee includes $10 user fee (can be applied to any current Hoofer Sailing Club membership, allowing for unlimited instruction, and use of all sailing crafts, once certified) and all materials including a rigging knife that is yours to keep (approx. $30 value). 2 Meetings. INSTRUCTORS: Hoofers Sailing Club Instructional Staff. #4085.101 MON&TUE 6-9pm, July 29&30 #4085.102 TUE&WED 6-9pm, Aug 13&14 $79.50(Student/U.Mem) $89.50(Fac/Staff)

#4480.101 SAT 9am-8pm, June 29 $59.50(Student/U.Mem)$69.50(Fac/Staff)

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Good relationships do not happen by chance. They need to be cultivated, much like growing a healthy garden. To achieve a full and satisfying harvest, you must work in harmony with one another, use the right tools, good gardening wisdom, and have a willing spirit. Using the gardening metaphor learn some vital, and sometimes painful, lessons about relationships and about life. The struggle is worth it because good relationships, like healthy gardens, enrich and delight us. Let’s break ground, nurturing and growing your garden of relationships! 3 Meetings. INSTRUCTOR: Barb Perkins, MSW, is a counselor and social worker in Madison. #3820.101 TUE 6-8pm, July 9-23 $39.50(Student/U.Mem)$49.50(Fac/Staff)

Rock Your Resume! In this competitive job market, you need a resume that will get you the interviews! Become a job seeker not skilled at resume writing. If you want to land your dream job, you’ve got to have a resume that grabs your potential employer’s attention, showcases your accomplishments, skills and talents, and clearly illustrates that YOU are the best candidate for the. First class we will do exercises to clarify your goals, skills and special talents. Learn the basics of formatting and writing to optimize getting your resume into the “to be interviewed” pile. You will then work on writing/re-doing your own resume and bring it to the next session for fine tuning. 2 Meetings. INSTRUCTOR: Dee Relyea, career coach with over 20 years experience in the employment industry. Her background includes: career, business and personal counseling, interviewing and recruiting for the staffing industry, creating and managing a statewide “school to work” transition program, career development and outplacement consulting and occupational research.

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#3873.101 TUE 6-8pm, July 9&16 $29.50(Student/U.Mem)$39.50(Fac/Staff)

Job Seeker’s Special – SAVE $10

Register for both Rock Your Resume (#3873) and Ignite Your Job Interview (#3875) and SAVE $10. Choose this course selection to register for both courses and pay $10 less in course fees. Register today and save! #3874.101 TUE 6-8pm, July 9-30 $49(Student/U.Mem)$59(Fac/Staff)

Ignite Your Job Interview! Do you know how to answer the tough interview questions, navigate a “group” interview, and best handle phone interviews? Get the inside information to really shine in interviews. We will go over the best practices for interviewing, get some insight into what employers are really asking, and learn the magic formula for answering any question. You will receive a list of 20 questions to formulate your answers to and in the second session practice them so that you will interview with confidence and professionalism.  Be the candidate that stands above the rest! 4 Meetings. INSTRUCTOR: Dee Relyea #3875.101 TUE 6-8pm, July 23&30 $29.50(Student/U.Mem)$39.50(Fac/Staff)

Basic Medical Spanish Develop your basic Spanish language skills in health care scenarios. Enhance your ability to provide quality care and build relationships with Spanish-speaking patients. Spanish grammar and medical vocabulary for concrete health care situations covered, including things like admissions, health history and physical exams. All levels of Spanish welcome, learning materials included in course fee. 4 Meetings. INSTRUCTOR: Marisol Bedrinana is a native Spanish speaker and experienced tutor.

Pounded Flower Art

Our language for travel courses are designed for beginners. Make your travels more comfortable and fun! Learn words and phrases specific to traveling situations such as ordering food, asking directions, etc. Includes some discussion of the cultures encountered where the language is spoken.

Hammer flower petals and leaves onto cotton linter, watercolor paper and fabric for the most beautiful and magical transfers. You can make them into note cards, book marks or framed art by using the original art or making color copies. You can also scan the art and use transfers for permanent art onto clothing, hats, drapes, quilts or whatever you can dream up. These make great gifts. No art background needed, just come create. $10 material fee for paper, fabric and paints. Meets at the Madison Senior Center. 1 Meeting. INSTRUCTOR: Nancy Welch, has a degree in graphic design and teaches playful art classes.

#2630.501 WED 6:30-8:30pm, May 22-June 5 $39.50(Students/U.Mem)$49.50(Fac/Staff)

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Harmonica Private Lessons The harmonica is a popular, easy-to-learn, and expressive musical instrument. Single notes, melodies, blues, bent notes and improvisation are covered in these one-on-one lessons. Beginners and advanced players welcome. Music reading unnecessary. Participants must provide their own harmonica. Five (5) 30 minute private lessons, choose from available time slots starting on the hour and half hour during the dates and times listed below. No classes 7/1 7/4. 5 Meetings. INSTRUCTOR: DeWayne Keyes has taught over 1500 people to play harmonica! #7400.101 MON 11am-3pm, June 24-July 29 #7400.102 WED 3-5:30pm, June 26-July 31 #7400.103 THR 4-8pm, June 27-Aug 1 $69.50(Students/U.Mem)$79.50(Fac/Staff)

Ukulele Private Lessons Even if you have never played a four-string ukulele before, get ready for a world of fun. A ukulele is an easy instrument to learn. It’s addicting and you can take it with you everywhere. We will be learning some chord progressions and strums. Participant must provide own ukulele. Players of all skill levels welcome. Five (5) 30 minute private lessons, choose from available times. INSTRUCTOR: Richard Gordon, performer and private music instructor. #7450.101 WED 6-7pm, July 10-Aug 7 $69.50(Students/U.Mem)$79.50(Fac/Staff)

Guitar: Fretboard Logic

Expand your creativity through understanding the fretboard using essential concepts of music theory! We will experiment and explain using a fretboard in plain simple terms and diagrams. No music reading required. Players with some basic guitar experience welcome. Five (5) 60 minute group lessons. INSTRUCTOR: Richard Gordon, performer and private music instructor. #7455.101 WED 7:30-8:30pm, July 10-Aug 7 $69.50(Students/U.Mem)$79.50(Fac/Staff)

Guitar Private Lessons Interested in learning or improving your playing? Explore chords, scales, techniques, theory, whatever you like. Material covered will be determined by your ability, experience, and interests. Guitarists of all skill levels welcomeyes, even beginners! Access to guitar required. Five (5) 30 minute private lessons, choose from available time slots, lessons start on the hour and half hour. INSTRUCTOR: Richard Gordon, performer and private music instructor. #7460.101 TUE 6-9pm, July 9-Aug 6 $79.50(Students/U.Mem)$89.50(Fac/Staff)

Spanish for Travel 4 Meetings. INSTRUCTOR: Marisol Bedrinana, native Spanish speaker, experienced tutor with vast travel experience in Spain and Latin America. #3060.101 TUE 6-7:30pm, June 4-25 #3060.102 THR 6-7:30pm, July 11 -Aug 1 $44.50(Students/U.Mem)$54.50(Fac/Staff)

Italian for Travel 4 Meetings. INSTRUCTOR: Giosue Alagna, native of Italy, previous experience in teaching, translating and interpreting. #3050.101 MON 7-8:30pm, June 3-24 #3050.102 MON 7-8:30pm, July 8-29 $44.50(Students/U.Mem)$54.50(Fac/Staff)

French for Travel 5 Meetings. No class 7/7. INSTRUCTOR: Mouhamadou Ndiaye is from Senegal and has taught both French and English. #3030.101 SUN 3:30-5pm, June 23-July 28 $49.50(Students/U.Mem)$59.50(Fac/Staff)

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Craftshop The new open art studio space will open at Memorial Union in September of 2014. In the meantime we keep the Craftshop spirit alive with these course offerings…

Soapstone Carving “I saw an angel in the stone and I carved to set it free” Michelangelo famously said. You, too, can carve stone! Soapstone , also known as Steatite, is a great medium and a wonderful way to get started in stone carving. It is a soft stone that can be carved with a pocket knife yet finished to look like polished marble. We will explore the tools and carving techniques, choosing stone pieces, seeing the image in your stone, dealing with cracks, how to repair breaks and more. Course fee includes your initial soapstone for carving. A very short tool list (items you may already have!) at registration. Meets at the Madison Gem & Mineral Club facility off Rimrock Rd, south of the Beltline. 3 Meetings. INSTRUCTOR: Metje Butler, RISD/BFA with over 23 years of experience teaching soapstone carving and creating commissioned works. #1700.101 MON 5:30-8:30pm, June 24-July 8 $49.50(Students/U.Mem)$59.50(Fac/Staff)

Intro to Lapidary Lapidary is the art of cutting, polishing or engraving stones. See how you can take a rough rock such as an agate or jasper and turn it into a work of art suitable for incorporating into jewelry. Designed for the beginner and is a great complement to jewelry making. Learn safety and the basic skill techniques to saw, grind, sand, and polish many different types of rock into cabochons. A cabochon is a gemstone which has been shaped and polished as opposed to faceted. The resulting form is usually a convex top with a flat bottom. Successful completion of the course results in certification to utilize the lab during open shop periods. Additional supply cost depends on project(s) and includes some personal protection gear. Meets at the Madison Gem & Mineral Club facility near Rimrock Rd. and the W. Beltline. Presented in cooperation with the Madison Gem & Mineral Club. No class 7/3. 6 Meetings. INSTRUCTOR: Madison Gem & Mineral Club.

#1555.501 THR 5-9pm, May 23 $29.50(Students/U.Mem)$39.50(Fac/Staff)

Wire Wrapped Stone Pendant Learn how to use wire-wrapping techniques to create a custom setting for a cabochon stone. Learn design and technique basics that will have you wire-wrapping on your own. This class is perfect for those with some basic wirework experience. Additional supply costs $3-$5. 1 Meeting. INSTRUCTOR: Alison Lesniak is an independent jewelry artist and experienced teacher. #6222.101 TUE 6:30-9:30pm, July 23 $24.50(Student/U.Mem)$34.50(Fac/Staff)

Chainmail Bracelet Try your hand at chainmail and learn to make a bracelet using the European 4-in-1 technique. Learn to make your own jump rings and clasps too! No jewelry making experience required, those with previous experience welcome. Additional supply cost approx. $5. 1 Meeting. INSTRUCTOR: Alison Lesniak is an independent jewelry artist and experienced teacher. #6223.101 MON 6:30-9:30pm, July 8 $24.50(Student/U.Mem)$34.50(Fac/Staff)

Custom Handmade Earrings Learn to create unique and stylish earrings using basic wire jewelry construction techniques. Each participant will have the opportunity to make 3 pairs of earrings using sterling silver wire and beads - bead drop earrings, wire-link designs and beaded wirewrapped earrings. Learn jewelry making techniques you can do anywhere with minimal equipment. No jewelry making experience is necessary. Supply list at registration, additional supply cost approx. $8. 1 Meeting. INSTRUCTOR: Alison Lesniak is an independent jewelry artist and experienced teacher. #6224.101 TUE 6:30-9:30pm, July 16 $24.50(Student/U.Mem)$34.50(Fac/Staff)

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Languages for Travel

Don’t feel like or can’t afford to pay for a personal trainer every time you workout? Become your own personal trainer! Learn how to develop a safe and effective exercise program based on your goals and fitness level. We will cover what works, what doesn’t, and the fundamental skills to help y ou make the most of your workout time. Let a certified personal trainer and college instructor help you become your own, motivated, personal trainer, no matter where you are at in your fitness training. Final class session includes individual consultation on your personal exercise/workout plan and goals.  3 Meetings. INSTRUCTOR: Dean Thompson, Certified Personal Trainer and college instructor with 20 years experience in the fitness industry.

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Mosaic Dichroic Glass Pendants

Explore the vibrant colors of dichroic glass while making two pendants. You will mosaic two projects. We will tack fuse one pendant, then full fuse the other to render two different style pendants. This is a fun night making great gifts for giving or keeping for yourself. Your pendants will be ready for pick up at the Union the next day. Course fee includes all supplies. 1 Meeting. INSTRUCTOR: Carol Giffin, teaches nationally, stained glass and precious metal clay artist. #6270.101 TUE 6-8:30pm, July 9 #39.50(Students/U.Mem)$49.50(Fac/Staff)

Hypertufa Garden Pottery You can make your own garden planters! And do it really inexpensively, too. If you liked mud pies as a kid, you will love making Hypertufa pottery. Hypertufa is a lightweight concrete that you can easily form into planters, birdbaths, stepping stones, even sculpted statues. We will go over the basic recipe and techniques for making pots and planters. You will create and take home your own garden project. Course fee includes all supplies for a small to medium garden planter. 1 Meeting. INSTRUCTOR: Kris Rasmussen is a UW-Madison grad and owner of the Wisconsin Artisans Gallery in Merrimac. #6300.101 SAT Noon-2pm, June 15 $34.50(Student/U.Mem)$44.50(Fac/Staff)

#1750.101 WED 5:15-9:15pm, June 26-Aug 7 $109.50(Student/U.Mem)$119.50(Fac/Staff)

#3070.101 THR 6-7:30pm, June 6-27 #3070.102 WEd 6-7:30pm, July 10-31 $54.50(Students/U.Mem)$64.50(Fac/Staff)

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presentING... Zentangle Basics

Looking for a way to unwind from stress, focus your thoughts, or explore your creative side? Learn the creative and relaxing process of the Zentangle® art form. By using easy to learn repetitive patterns and deliberate pen strokes, you will create an abstract piece of art while entering into a relaxed and focused meditative state. Zentangle® provides artistic satisfaction and an increased sense of personal well-being. Provides you with the basic knowledge of the Zentangle® process and a high quality supply kit containing all the necessary art materials so you can experience all the ways that Zentangle® can positively change your life. 1 Meeting. INSTRUCTOR: Diane Knauff, certified Zentangle® teacher and self-taught multimedia artist. #1290.101 WED 6:30-9pm, July 10 $44.50(Students/U.Mem)$54.50(Fac/Staff)

The Basics of Drawing Creating images begins with the capacity to observe what is right in front of you. The standard basic teaching tools in any academic drawing class are an ebony pencil, a kneaded eraser and a nice big page to sketch on. It is truly surprising how many endless hours of discovery can start with taking a class like this. Get inspired, take in pointers from a seasoned artist and learn from other students like yourself. Get your hand warmed up for a lifestyle of visual exploration. You will create line variations, spatial depth, volume, composition, texture, light and shadow while a using range of subjects like flowers, fruit and nostalgic objects. Add supply cost. No class 7/3. 5 Meetings. INSTRUCTOR: Jeremy Anacker, experienced instructor with a BFA from UW-Madison and private art school training.

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#1320.101 WED 7-10pm, June 26-July 31 $59.50(Students/U.Mem)$69.50(Fac/Staff)

Drawing the Figure

Learn the language of drawing and how to convey a convincing figure! Through instruction and practice, you will learn the basics of light on form and to render 3-dimensional form as a 2-dimensional drawing on paper. Class is designed for any skill level, artists of all experience welcome! Bring $10 for model fees to first class session. 4 Meetings. Instructor: Zack Zdrale, Masters Degree from the Academy of Art in San Francisco, his paintings have been exhibited throughout the United States and Europe. #1325.101 MON 6-9pm, July 8-29 $64.50(Students/U.Mem)$74.50(Fac/Staff)

One-Night Masterpieces Real paints, real canvas! Create your painted masterpiece in one night. No previous painting experience required. Let our accomplished artists lead you through the steps to creating your own classic using acrylic paints. We provide the canvas, the paints, the brushes – You take home a finished painting. Make it a painting party night, register with friends! 1 Meeting each.

Starry, Starry Madison Night Recreate Van Gogh’s classic with a uniquely Madison twist. INSTRUCTOR: To Be Determined.

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#1330.101 THR 7-9:30pm, June 27 $29.50(Students/U.Mem)$39.50(Fac/Staff)

Terrace Sunset Paint your version of the classic Madison sunset scene. INSTRUCTOR: To Be Determined.

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#1330.102 WED 7-9:30pm, July 17 $29.50(Students/U.Mem)$39.50(Fac/Staff)

Outdoor Watercolor Painting

Enjoy the warm summer evenings while painting at numerous campus locations. Whether you’re just starting out or want to refine your watercolor skills, join us as we explore various painting styles and develop our own! Choose your subject matter and incorporate various watercolor. All experience levels welcome! Additional supply cost. 4 Meetings. INSTRUCTOR: Luci Shirek, accomplished landscape, floral and house portrait artist with a BFA from UW-Madison..

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SUMMER • 2013 CATALOG Facepainting: Tips & Techniques

Facepainting can liven up birthday parties, the company picnic, block party or your fundraiser. Learn simple and fun designs, safety tips to prevent allergic reactions, working with different skin types and how to deal with problem parents (and children!). Includes ideas for how to use your new talent as a fundraiser and/or entertainment enhancement. Fee includes all supplies in this hands on workshop. 1 Meeting. INSTRUCTOR: Monica Wahlberg ran her own facepainting business for seven years. #1370.101 MON 6:30-8:30pm, June 24 $24.50(Students/U.Mem)$34.50(Fac/Staff)

Fiction Writing Take your writing to the next level! We will learn the tools and techniques of fiction writing, including the art of dialogue, character development, and how to bring your reader’s imagination to life. Ideal for those looking for new ways to defeat writer’s block. Participants will develop their skills through writing exercises and critiques of student work, all in a safe and supportive environment. 4 Meetings. INSTRUCTOR: John Fons, professional writer. #1430.101 TUE 6:30-9:30pm, June 25-July 16 $59.50(Students/U.Mem)$69.50(Fac/Staff)

The Mechanics of Indie e-Publishing Everyone is talking about e--publishing, but how do you start? Once you start, how do you get noticed? Move from wannabe to published author in three lessons. Will you get a big New York contract? Well, no, but you might make enough to quit your day job! We will cover everything from the business side of being an author to how to pick a cover, formatting for different sites and actual uploading in a hands on, learn-by-doing style. By the end of the course, you will have joined the e-pub revolution. Participants must bring own laptop and a manuscript to be published. Additional supply fee of approx. $40 for formatting software. Basic proficiency in word processing and web/email functions assumed. 3 Meetings. INSTRUCTOR: Lisette Carrithers, successful author and entrepreneur.

Video Web Site Design Learn the basics of putting your videos on the web! Includes discussion of live streaming, software, camera settings and more. Start wherever you are at in your plans, including an introduction to web site design to maximize your video content. Two one-on-one sessions and the opportunity to be part of a live web feed. INSTRUCTOR: Terry Kline, webcasting pioneer, web videographer and a lighting and sound technician. #3121.101 Schedule with Instructor $29.50(Student/U.Mem)$39.50(Fac/Staff)

Into to Videography/Camera Covers the technical basics of operating Canon MiniDV cameras focusing on how to avoid the most common errors made by amateur videographers. You will learn how to get good color, clarity, and sound, as well as an idea of what is actually happening inside the camera. Class size small and “hands on” with a camera and tripod for each participant. Presented in cooperation with WYOU Community Television. Meets at WYOU studios. 1 Meeting. INSTRUCTOR: Eric Allin, Technical Director of WYOU and local videographer. #1840.502 THR 5:30-8:30pm, May 23 #1840.101 THR 5:30-8:30pm, June 20 #1840.102 THR 5:30-8:30pm, July 18 #1840.103 THR 5:30-8:30pm, Aug 22 $69.50(Students/U.Mem)$79.50(Fac/Staff)

@ WUMiniCourses Intro to Video Editing Learn to use Apple’s Final Cut Pro video editing software. Covers the basics of the software and provides the resources for learning the program in more depth after the class. Class sizes are small for more personal instruction. Editing lab open weekdays featuring 4 Macintosh stations with software found in many professional video operations available with additional WYOU membership. Presented in cooperation with WYOU Community Television. Meets at WYOU studios. 1 Meeting. INSTRUCTOR: Rick Richards or Robert Lughai, WYOU Community TV. #1850.502 THR 5:30-8:30pm, May 30 #1850.101 THR 5:30-8:30pm, June 27 #1850.102 THR 5:30-8:30pm, July 25 #1850.103 THR 5:30-8:30pm, Aug 29 $69.50(Students/U.Mem)$79.50(Fac/Staff)

#3125.101 WED 6-9pm, July 10-24 $39.50(Students/U.Mem)$49.50(Fac/Staff))

Acting Techniques: For Your Life or On Stage! Whether you are an aspiring actor wanting to nail that audition, a business professional making presentations in the office or just interested in taking the mystery out of acting, this course is for you! Through focusing on improvisation, personality exercises, theater games and character building you will learn to lose your inhibitions and improve your presentation in only five weeks. 5 Meetings. INSTRUCTOR: Kevin Croak, a casting director, has been teaching acting for over 20 years. He has appeared in over 300 films and 100 plays. #1820.101 TUE 5:30-8pm, July 2-30 $49.50(Students/U.Mem)$59.50(Fac/Staff)

A New Craftshop Coming Fall, 2014 The new Craftshop space opens in September of 2014. Carrying on the Wisconsin Union’s long tradition (since 1930!) of celebrating the importance of hands on arts in our everyday lives, our new space will

Live Internet Video 101

be more accessible both physically and financially. Located just down

Your event can go live, over the web, many local wi-fi locations or an onsite production! From teleconferencing and distance learning to weddings, birthdays, concerts, special events and theater. Real-time live, on the internet, with television quality pictures produced from a standard DSL or cable modem. We will work with state of the art digital video cameras and voice recording equipment using UW streaming media services. Your webcast presentations can be seen live world-wide and can be archived on a web site of your choice. Combines two oneon-one sessions, a lecture/demo session and the opportunity to be part of a variety of different weekly live web feeds. INSTRUCTOR: Terry Kline, UW wireless webcasting pioneer and a lighting and sound technician.

the stairs at the west end of the first floor, this new facility will offer a

#3120.101 Schedule with Instructor $29.50(Student/U.Mem)$39.50(Fac/Staff)

#1350.101 TUE 5:30-8:30pm, July 9-30 $54.50(Students/U.Mem)$64.50(Fac/Staff)

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vibrant, active, open studio arts facility. Included will be a state-of-the-art ceramics studio and multi-use studios for both 2-D and 3-D arts. Watch for more news, program updates, and for announcement of our grand re-opening celebration plans.

Highlights of the new Craftshop include: • A new, highly visible location in the lower level of the West Wing • Climate controlled spaces that allow Craftshop users to stay comfortable in any season • Functional lobby space on the lower level that will provide greater flexibility for Craftshop programming • New multi-use studios will provide flexible programming options and opportunities for new art media in the Craftshop • Safety improvements that bring the Craftshop space up to building codes • State of the art power and technology • Improvements that make the Craftshop universally accessible to all users

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#3340.101 TUE 7-9pm, July 9-30 $59.50(Student/U.Mem)$69.50(Fac/Staff)

Growing Blueberries in Dane County Anyone who has tried to grow blueberries in Dane County knows it isn’t easy - but it can be done! Learn the tips and tricks to make your blueberry plants a success. Topics include soil type, soil and water pH, methods for testing pH, how to transplant shrubs, blueberry varieties that thrive in our climate, pruning, growing new plants from cuttings, and dealing with garden pests and other issues. 1 Meeting. INSTRUCTOR: Eric Johnson, a local gardener who grows blueberries, raspberries and prairie plants on Madison’s east side. In 2010, he harvested three gallons of fruit from his blueberry shrubs.

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#3670.101 MON 7-8:30pm, June 24 $24.50(Students/U.Mem)$34.50(Fac/Staff)

Think Green! Houseplants 101 & 102

Think Green! Plants that is. In these days of green this and green that, why not indulge yourself in the original green for your house – plants? Growing great houseplants may not be as hard as you think or remember. Houseplants are the original way to keep your house fresh and smelling good. We will cover almost every aspect of growing healthy plants: buying, propagating, pests, soil, water, pots, light, etc. Includes emphasis on how to give your houseplants a vacation outdoors during the summer months. Course fee includes plants for you take home. Register with your friends and make it “Houseplant Saturday!” 1 Meeting. INSTRUCTOR: Gene Staver, experienced Instructor, currently has 1250 houseplants, many unique and exotic, making for a great learning experience. #4780.101 SAT 1-5pm, July 13 $29.50(Student/U.Mem)$39.50(Fac/Staff)

Wills & Estate Planning for Everyone Just like paying for car or homeowner’s insurance or saving money for retirement, creating an estate plan is a critical piece of life’s puzzle. Whether you’re just starting a family or looking ahead to your golden years, protecting and planning for your assets brings peace of mind to you and your loved ones while ensuring your wishes are carried out in a way that is appropriate and legally binding. Learn the basics of wills and estate planning, including trusts and powers of attorney, and why estate planning is important for everyone regardless of age, income, or other factors. Fee includes an individual 30-minute meeting with instructor at her office. 1 Meeting plus individual meeting. INSTRUCTOR: Attorney Juscha Robinson, a partner at Herrick & Kasdorf, LLP, focusing on estate planning. #3560.101 SUN 5:30-7:30pm, July 21 $34.50(Student/U.Mem)$44.50(Fac/Staff)

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Wine Journey Workshop: Chile & Argentina

See, sniff, sip, and savor like a pro! Learn the essentials to understand and appreciate wine. With a focus on the wines of Chile and Argentina, discover the importance of knowing the basics - from wine reviews, to price-value relationships, to seeing through advertising strategies. All tasting fees included in price and no experience necessary. Get the most out of every glass. Proof of age required at class session. Please bring a pen/pencil to class. 1 Meeting. INSTRUCTOR: Paul Camponeschi, wine lover with a degree in Hospitality/Tourism and specialized culinary training. #5522.101 WED 7-9pm, July 17 $19.50(Student/U.Mem)$29.50(Fac/Staff)

Beer Geek 101

It’s been said that life’s too short to drink bad beer, and it’s true! Become a beer geek (not a snob!). Learn how to experience and judge beers using all five of your senses. Join a national rank Beer Judge on a journey through the world of beers and the ingredients that make them. We will sample ten different styles, light to dark, and use each to learn more about judging flavor, aroma, mouthfeel and much more. Join us and enhance your beer geekdom! Proof of age required at class. 1 Meeting. INSTRUCTOR: Bill Rogers is the owner of the Malt House Tavern, voted Madison’s favorite beer bar. He is a cofounder of Madison Craft Beer Week, a 20-year home brewer and has been Chairman of the Great Taste of the Midwest five times. #5570.101 TUE 6:30-8:30pm, June 25 #5570.102 MON 6:30-8:30pm, July 22 $19.50(Student/U.Mem)$29.50(Fac/Staff)

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We provide you with the instruction, the equipment, ingredients, knowledge, and resources to successfully brew your first batch of quality home-brewed beer all in a one session. AND did we also mention you will head home with 5 gallons of beer that you created? Covers basic beer styles along with the homebrewing procedures and techniques needed to brew your own great beer. You will learn tips and tricks from two avid home brewers in a small class setting as you brew!! This is not a boring sit and get class – you are in control of making your first home brew! Take the pain and frustration out of brewing as you are guided step by step through the process with an opportunity to ask any questions along the way. COURSE FEE INCLUDES your own 6.5 gallon home brewing kit, supplies for your first 5 gallon batch and snacks during class. Short additional equipment list provided at registration. Bring a friend! You can add a guest for this class for a small fee paid to Instructors at class session (NOTE: Course fee includes just one homebrewing kit). Register by June 21 to insure equipment and supplies for class. 1 Meeting. INSTRUCTORS: Justin Kruger and Dominic Ledesma, homebrewers and educators with a passion for beer and learning. #5575.101 SAT 11am-2:30pm, June 29 $225(Students/U.Mem)$235(Fac/Staff)

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You Can Juggle! Anyone can learn how to juggle, even you! Learn the “three ball cascade” before working your way up to a number of trick variations including three and four ball tricks, rings, and clubs. For beginners and experienced jugglers alike. Learn to juggle. It is fun, it is therapeutic, and you will amaze your friends! No class 7/16. 5 Meetings. INSTRUCTOR: Melonhead, a member of the International Jugglers Association. #4700.101 TUE 7:30-9pm, June 25-July 30 $39.50(Student/U.Mem)$49.50(Fac/Staff)

Trout Fishing: A Life Skill Acquire a skill that will enrich the rest of your life! We will explore the what, where, why, who and when of spin fishing for trout: the necessary equipment and skills to fool wild and wily native trout; the streams and rivers, along with specific bends and runs that will produce fish; blending in with streams and fields unchanged from long before civilization; the best times and conditions to fool and catch trout. Hands on skills taught in class and in a last session, Saturday afternoon, field trip. Car pooling for field trip discussed in class. Having own basic equipment - rod, reel and spinners, required. Alternate weather date for field session discussed in class, no refunds for inability to attend alternate date. 4 Meetings. INSTRUCTOR: Gary Balgord has over 50 years experience successfully fishing Wisconsin trout waters. #4870.101 MON 6:30-9pm, June 24 July 8&SAT, 7/13 $59.50(Students/U.Mem)$69.50(Fac/Staff)

Golf Basics Summer is time to get out on the greens! Beginner and intermediate golfers get your game ready for the rest of the season! We will discuss and practice optimum shot technique for putting, chipping, pitching and full swing. Incorporate fun and easy practice drills that will help your game whether you are just taking up the sport, or fine tuning your skills. Get ready for the upcoming season -- Register today! Course held at Nine Springs Golf Course in Fitchburg. 4 Meetings. INSTRUCTOR: Darcy Kelly is currently a lecturer at UW Madison Department of Kinesiology, teaching for the Physical Education activity program. She has primarily taught Golf I and Golf II for twenty years. She also instructs for the First Tee youth golf program and at Nine Springs golf course in Fitchburg. Darcy was a collegiate golfer at University of Minnesota and a past Wisconsin state girls high school golf champion. #2990.101 MON 5:30-7pm, July 1-22 $79.50(Students/U.Mem)$89.50(Fac/Staff)

Rock Climbing Learn the great sport of rock climbing! Discover the joys and challenges of climbing real rock in the out-of-doors. Spend a great day at Devils Lake learning the basics or honing your skills. Emphasis on top-rope climbing, knots, safety techniques, and getting comfortable on the rock. Course fee includes all necessary equipment. Car pooling arranged. Rain date: next day (Sunday following). NO REFUNDS or rain checks for inability to attend rain date. 1 Meeting. INSTRUCTOR: Scott Nelson, experienced climber and Instructor who got his start by taking a Mini Course. #4310.501 SAT 7am-5pm, May 18 $74.50(Students/U.Mem)$84.50(Fac/Staff)

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Have you thought about bringing in more light, adding a great new view or that extra counter space to your home? Learn how you can design your own home improvement project. Whether you want to remodel your bathroom, create more space through an addition, or draft your new dream home, with the hands on help of an experienced architect, you can make it happen. We will start by developing your design concept. Then take that concept to the next step by creating scaled drawings, inventive details, and materials lists that will allow you to work effectively with contractors or help you build it yourself. Class size is limited to allow you one-onone time with Instructor each meeting. 4 Meetings. INSTRUCTOR: Chris Chambliss is a local architect and with 10 years of experience.

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Trout University

Here’s a one-day, combined classroom and in-the-field that will get you out successfully catching trout on a fly. Designed for the beginner/novice angler we will cover casting, knots, equipment selection, stream ecology, entomology, reading a river, and more. Equipment for the Black Earth Creek field time provided by Fontana Sports Specialists, or use your own. 1 Meeting. INSTRUCTOR: Craig Amacker, has fished across North America, FFF Certified Fly Casting Instructor. #4880.501 SAT 8am-4pm, May 18 #4880.101 SAT 8am-4pm, June 8 $149.50(Student/U.Mem)$159.50(Fac/Staff)

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Images Digital Scrapbooking 101

One study has shown that 75% of us do nothing with the digital photos we take. You can be one of the 25% who learns easy and fun ways to use your photos to tell a story and preserve the memories. We will explore simple photo editing, how to organize and save your digital photos and a variety of ways to create fast and fun digital scrapbooks and gifts. This hands on course will give you the skills needed to create beautiful pages, and even books, with your digital photos. You will leave class with a digital slide show to wow family and friends. Bring a wifi capable PC laptop to class with 60-80 photos saved on the PC or on a flash drive. 1 Meeting. INSTRUCTOR: Barbara Perkins has her Masters Degree in Social Work and works as an Independent Creative Memories Consultant.

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#6580.101 TUE 6-9pm, July 2 $24.50(Students/U.Mem)$34.50(Fac/Staff)

Creative Smartphone Photography

You can get amazing photos with that phone you carry everywhere with you. We will explore shooting, on-phone editing and uploading so you can share and/or print those great photos. A hands on class including an intro to the use of Snapseed, a powerful, free photo editting application. 1 Meeting. INSTRUCTOR: Patricia LaPointe, Master of Fine Arts Photography graduate from UW-Madison. #6650.101 TUE 5:30-8pm, July 9 $24.50(Students/U.Mem)$34.50(Fac/Staff)

Photo Composition: Better Photos by Design Every picture tells a story. And it tells a better story when it’s a well designed composition. Explore the concepts and techniques for creating great photo compositions. We will look into individual lines, circles, and shapes and how they affect your perception and enjoyment of an image. Placement in the frame, grouping of elements and implied direction are all part of the mix. Designed for those comfortable with basic camera handling who want to create great images. Applicable to both traditional and digital photography. 2 Meetings. INSTRUCTOR: Gene Staver, experienced instructor and photographer with over 40 years experience.

Photo Portraits Make your people pictures really pop! We will explore photographic portraiture techniques, composition and lighting all to help you take great photo portraits. Explore body language, lenses and perspective and the importance of lighting. Starting with outdoor portraits and moving indoors, we will look at different lights and arrangements of lights. Learn how inexpensive accessories can add to your overall effect. Bring a guest and complete a real photo portrait on a weekend field trip. Here you will have the opportunity to practice what you have learned and try out some of the Instructor’s equipment and many portrait lenses. Saturday session meets at Instructor’s home approx. 40 minutes north of Madison (and includes opportunity to bring a guest/portrait model). Car pooling discussed in class. Assumes basic camera handling knowledge. Course is applicable to both digital and 35mm photography. 2 Meetings includes weekend field session. INSTRUCTOR: Gene Staver, internationally published photographer with over 40 years experience, experienced instructor. #6560.101 WED 6-9pm, July 17& SUN 1-4pm, July 21 $44.50(Student/U.Mem)$54.50(Fac/Staff)

Easy High Def Digital Photography High definition or high dynamic range (HDR) imagery is popping up in popular magazines, artwork and advertising. This class will teach you how to do it, relatively easily, yourself. Learn the basic methods and how to put the images together in various softwares. A hands on class -- a night in downtown Madison -- bring a digital camera with exposure control, a tripod and your laptop if you have one. 1 Meeting. INSTRUCTOR: Patricia LaPointe, Master of Fine Arts Photography graduate from UW-Madison. #6645.101 TUE 5:30-8pm, July 16 $24.50(Students/U.Mem)$34.50(Fac/Staff)

#6600.101 TUE 6-9pm, July 9&16 $44.50(Students/U.Mem)$54.50(Fac/Staff))

Digital Photography 101 & 102 Your digital camera works fine as a “point and shoot” but you want to make even better pictures. Learn how in this class designed for the new or intermediate digital photographer. We will cover all those confusing technical issues and menu settings. A class all about making you a better photographer! Many have said it is the only photography class you may ever need. We will look at photo basics with the digital camera in mind. Understand your camera better as the nifty tool it is and then get beyond the basics to get the picture your mind’s eye sees. Includes basic printing techniques so you can showcase your great new photos. Bring camera to first class. 3 Meetings. INSTRUCTOR: Gene Staver, over 40 years experience as a professional photographer. #6740.101 MON 6-9pm, July 8-22 $49.50(Students/U.Mem)$59.50(Fac/Staff)

Selling Your Photography Ready to start marketing your photography? An introduction to all that is involved in selling your photographs to others for use in their publications/productions. Learn how to look professional, talk the talk, and walk the walk from the beginning so that publishers will consider using your work. We will cover initial contacts, record keeping, submissions and all the fine print involved in selling the use of your photos. Applicable to both traditional and digital photography. Bring a few of your photos for evaluation of their potential and tips on where to get started selling your photos. 1 Meeting. INSTRUCTOR: Gene Staver, professional photographer with over 40 years experience. #6670.101 TUE 6-9pm, July 23 $24.50(Students/U.Mem)$34.50(Fac/Staff)

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A field session of guided hands on experience and feedback. We will cover anything and everything, whatever it is you want or feel the need to work on. Learn from each other, get the opportunity to try any of the Instructor’s wide variety of equipment and explore new areas of digital photography. Meets at the Instructor’s home, approximately 40 miles north of Madison. Bring your lunch and a thumb drive or CD of photos for critique. Or take this course even if you do NOT own a digital camera yet - You will get to use a lot of equipment and learn what you might want to purchase! Meets rain or shine. 1 Meeting. INSTRUCTOR: Gene Staver. #6745.101 SAT 10am-4pm, July 20 $19.50(Students/U.Mem)$29.50(Fac/Staff)

Photography One-on-One Let a professional photographer and experienced instructor help you improve your photography skills with personal instruction. Working at any level, on most any subject, it’s up to you. Topics could include setting up your new camera, accessories, a specific type of photography, working with photos on the computer and more. ONE 3 HOUR private, one-on-one session in the field using your camera and also the instructor’s extensive array of equipment. Schedule to fit your availability. INSTRUCTOR: Gene Staver has over 40 years of professional photo experience, 20 plus years of teaching experience, and is a widely published and recognized photographer. #6500.101 Schedule with Instructor $99.50(Student/U.Mem)$109.50(Fac/Staff)

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ASK FOR YOURS TODAY! Into to Videography/Camera Covers the technical basics of operating Canon MiniDV cameras focusing on how to avoid the most common errors made by amateur videographers. You will learn how to get good color, clarity, and sound, as well as an idea of what is actually happening inside the camera. Class size small and “hands on” with a camera and tripod for each participant. Presented in cooperation with WYOU Community Television. Meets at WYOU studios. 1 Meeting. INSTRUCTOR: Eric Allin, Technical Director of WYOU and local videographer. #1840.502 THR 5:30-8:30pm, May 23 #1840.101 THR 5:30-8:30pm, June 20 #1840.102 THR 5:30-8:30pm, July 18 #1840.103 THR 5:30-8:30pm, Aug 22 $69.50(Students/U.Mem)$79.50(Fac/Staff)

Intro to Video Editing Learn to use Apple’s Final Cut Pro video editing software. Covers the basics of the software and provides the resources for learning the program in more depth after the class. Class sizes are small for more personal instruction. Editing lab open weekdays featuring 4 Macintosh stations with software found in many professional video operations available with additional WYOU membership. Presented in cooperation with WYOU Community Television. Meets at WYOU studios. 1 Meeting. INSTRUCTOR: Rick Richards or Robert Lughai, WYOU Community TV. #1850.502 THR 5:30-8:30pm, May 30 #1850.101 THR 5:30-8:30pm, June 27 #1850.102 THR 5:30-8:30pm, July 25 #1850.103 THR 5:30-8:30pm, Aug 29 $69.50(Students/U.Mem)$79.50(Fac/Staff)

Live Internet Video 101 Your event can go live, over the web, many local wi-fi locations or an onsite production! From teleconferencing and distance learning to weddings, birthdays, concerts, special events and theater. Real-time live, on the internet, with television quality pictures produced from a standard DSL or cable modem. We will work with state of the art digital video cameras and voice recording equipment using UW streaming media services. Your webcast presentations can be seen live world-wide and can be archived on a web site of your choice. Combines two oneon-one sessions, a lecture/demo session and the opportunity to be part of a variety of different weekly live web feeds. INSTRUCTOR: Terry Kline, UW wireless webcasting pioneer and a lighting and sound technician.ouse portrait artist with a BFA from UW-Madison. #3120.101 Schedule with Instructor $29.50(Student/U.Mem)$39.50(Fac/Staff)

Video Web Site Design Learn the basics of putting your videos on the web! Includes discussion of live streaming, software, camera settings and more. Start wherever you are at in your plans, including an introduction to web site design to maximize your video content. Two one-on-one sessions and the opportunity to be part of a live web feed. INSTRUCTOR: Terry Kline, webcasting pioneer, web videographer and a lighting and sound technician. #3121.101 Schedule with Instructor $29.50(Student/U.Mem)$39.50(Fac/Staff)

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Beginning Waltz

Graceful and easy to master, the Waltz is sometimes called the ultimate partner dance. Learn to move confidently to this lilting or sprightly dance. Instruction includes basic lead and follow techniques, form and adding dance steps. With two instructors you’ll see all the moves demonstrated by a couple, not just one person. No class 7/3 & 7/17. 4 Meetings. INSTRUCTORS: Mike and Deb Moe, dance enthusiasts with 15 years of dancing experience.

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#2185.101 WED 6:30-7:30pm, June 26-July 31 $49.50(Students/U.Mem)$59.50(Fac/Staff)

Beginning Rhumba

Steam up your summer with one of the most popular Latin dances - the Rumba! Rumba’s slow, sensual rhythms are ideally suited to summer’s sizzling nights. One of the most popular social dances, the rumba is widely considered to be the dance of romance. With two instructors you’ll see all the moves demonstrated by a couple, not just one person. No class 7/3 & 7/17. 4 Meetings. INSTRUCTORS: Mike and Deb Moe. #2190.101 WED 8-9pm, June 26-July 31 $49.50(Students/U.Mem)$59.50(Fac/Staff)

Ballroom Basics A relaxed, flexible, fun introduction to partnership dancing. An easy presentation of basic steps, music and style of the most popular social dances: Foxtrot, Waltz, Salsa, and Swing. This course is designed to make you feel comfortable and confident when someone says... “Let’s Dance!” Course fee is per person. 1 Meeting. INSTRUCTOR: Christine Stickland, enthusiastic, ISTD certified dance professional.

#2360.101 SUN 5-7pm, July 21 $14.50(Students/U.Mem)$24.50(Fac/Staff)

Swing, Swing, Swing Workshop

A fun, fast-paced workshop to help you try on the different styles and steps of East Coast Swing. Features several types of Swing from triple step to jitterbug. We will dance to the big band rhythms of the 40s, R-b-B of the 60s and try on a little Rockabilly for fun! Singles welcome, but partners not guaranteed in class. Course fee is per person. 1 Meeting. INSTRUCTOR: Christine Stickland. #2230.101 SUN 7-9pm, July 21 $14.50(Students/U.Mem)$24.50(Fac/Staff)

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Pole dancing is no longer just for strippers! Build confidence, flexibility and strength through this unique and fun fitness activity. In this introductory class you will learn safe technique, basic pole moves and some spins using a portable pole. 1 Meeting. INSTRUCTOR: Jackie Steinhauer, owner of Aerial Bliss pole dancing studio.

Discover for yourself this ancient, beautiful and sensuous dance. You will develop body isolations, flexibility, posture, basic walking patterns, dance movements and start your own routine. 6 Meetings. INSTRUCTOR: Mona N’wal, an enthusiastic Instructor who wants to bring dance into your life. #2430.101 THR 6-7:30pm, June 20-Aug 1 $59.50(Students/U.Mem)$69.50(Fac/Staff)

Continuing Belly Dance For those wishing to build on basic isolation and movements started in Beginning Belly Dance or other belly dance classes. New movements added, with focus on building these into the complete dance form. 6 Meetings. INSTRUCTOR: Mona N’wal.

Rowing – Learn to Row! See Page 1.

MIND

Learn to find your inner peace and make yourself feel happier in minutes with simple skills you can practice at home or the office. Here are challenging and therapeutic teachings to awaken the healing power of breath and compassion for all beings. Includes basic meditation techniques, breathing exercises, other mindfulness practices including basic yoga and a demonstration of gong -- all with the goal of getting closer to inner peace. All levels of previous experience with meditation welcome. 5 Meetings. INSTRUCTOR: Lisa Lawrence has over 30 years experience teaching others how to take care of their own mind and body. #3810.101 MON 6:15-7:30pm, June 24-July 22 $49.50(Students/U.Mem)$59.50(Fac/Staff)

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Chakra Balancing & Clearing Chakras are energy centers, touch points, in the body located at major branchings of the human nervous system, beginning with the base of the spinal column and moving upward. Chakra education is awe inspiring, especially if you take an experiential approach. 1 Meeting. INSTRUCTOR: Jeremy Anacker is an energy seer, Reiki Master, and the co-founder of a non-profit specialty school.

Conversations with Runes

Tapping Away Negativity

Sizzling Latin Rhythms

#2220.101 SUN 3-5pm, July 21 $14.50(Students/U.Mem)$24.50(Fac/Staff)

#3750.101 WED 6:30-8pm, July 10 $19.50(Students/U.Mem)$29.50(Fac/Staff)

#3700.101 MON 6:30-8pm, July 15 $24.50(Students/U.Mem)$34.50(Fac/Staff)

#2260.101 SUN 5-7pm, June 30 $14.50(Students/U.Mem)$24.50(Fac/Staff)

Learn an easy, stress-free routine to get you through the reception’s first dance, whether you are getting married, a member of the wedding party, or just want to impress your friends on the dance floor! This workshop offers help in choosing your music and dance style to fit the occasion. Course fee is per person. 1 Meeting. INSTRUCTOR: Christine Stickland, enthusiastic, ISTD certified dance professional.

Mandala is a Sanskrit word meaning circle. Find your own “sacred center” by learning more about Mandalas, their origins, their meanings, and their purpose in our daily lives as you explore this circle artistic meditation. Includes a brief meditation using a natural mandala, learning to draw your own circle mandala and how to use it during a guided meditation. Suggestions provided for how to use this practice in your own personal life for self-reflection. 1 Meeting. INSTRUCTOR: Monica Wahlberg, creating opportunities to craft what you imagine into reality.

Start a new conversation with yourself through the use of Nordic Runes. We will explore the history and mythology of these symbols. You will learn how to cast the Runes as a way of personal reflection and meditation. Create your own Runes set in class for personal use. Course fee includes all supplies. 1 Meeting. INSTRUCTOR: Monica Wahlberg, creating opportunities to craft what you imagine into reality.

Music of the 60’s

Your Wedding Dance Workshop

Mandala Meditations

#3293.101 MON 7:30-9:30pm, July 8 $24.50(Student/U.Mem)$34.50(Fac/Staff)

#2435.101 THR 7:30-9pm, June 20-Aug 1 $59.50(Students/U.Mem)$69.50(Fac/Staff)

Spin through time as you and your partner move to your favorite 1960s dance tunes. Learn lead and follow steps to the musical styles of the Rat Pack, MoTown, and the Bossa Nova craze! Singles welcome, but partners not guaranteed in class. Course fee is per person. Course fee is per person. 1 Meeting. INSTRUCTOR: Christine Stickland.

#2415.101 SUN 3-5pm, June 30 $14.50(Students/U.Mem)$24.50(Fac/Staff)

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#2210.101 SUN 7-9pm, June 30 $14.50(Students/U.Mem)$24.50(Fac/Staff)

Heat up your evening with this great introduction to Latin dance and music. Partners will learn to lead and follow several versatile steps in a range of popular Latin dances. Have fun with music and dance styles chosen from Rumba, Cha Cha, and Salsa! Learn how to dance to the music you will hear in a dance club, or on a cruise or a trip to Latin America. Couples recommended, partners not guaranteed in class. Course fee is per person. 1 Meeting. INSTRUCTOR: Christine Stickland.

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#2445.101 SUN 5:30-7pm, June 23 $19.50(Students/U.Mem)$29.50(Fac/Staff)

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Introduction to Pole Dancing

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Couples recommended, partners are not guaranteed for single registrants. NO refund of course fee if you are not able to find a partner in class. Please do not wear tennis shoes or sandals. A hard-soled shoe is best. NOTE: Course fees are per individual, not per couple.

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Note to Ballroom Dancers

Pilates Essentials

Warm up your nights with the sultry Tango! Learn the basics of this classic and fun Latin dance. We’ll work on American Style Tango and discuss how to give the dance some Argentinean flair! Course fee is per person. 1 Meeting. INSTRUCTOR: Christine Stickland.

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Be free of anxiety, worry, stress and more. The residue from negative thinking and emotion sits in our energetic meridians. As the natural flow of the life force energy becomes impeded we can reinvigorate these flows. Empower yourself with some basic self applied techniques. 1 Meeting. INSTRUCTOR: Jeremy Anacker is an energy seer, Reiki Master, and the co-founder of a non-profit specialty school. #3312.101 MON 7:30-9:30pm, July 22 $24.50(Student/U.Mem)$34.50(Fac/Staff)

Walking the Labyrinth The original labyrinth design follows a single path which has no branches, no dead ends, and no wrong turns. The path takes up and down, repeated bends inwards and outwards till it finds its way into the center. Labyrinths have been used throughout many cultures and can be found around the world. Come explore this rich history, learn to draw your own seven circuit labyrinth, and how to use this path for personal reflection. The second class (meets off campus) will allow us to put one foot in front of the other as we walk a local outdoor labyrinth and experience this moving form of meditation with our whole body, heart, and mind. 2 Meetings. INSTRUCTOR: Monica Wahlberg, creating opportunities to craft what you imagine into reality. #3795.501 WED 6:30-8pm, July 24 & SUN 2-3:30pm, July 28 $29.50(Students/U.Mem)$39.50(Fac/Staff)

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Yoga in the Yard

The Graveyard, that is! Graveyards are one of the most peaceful places in the city and the perfect spot to remind us of the ever-changing circle of life. We have arranged a lovely, calm and respectful spot, on Madison’s near west side that is perfect for practicing yoga. Why wait until after death comes to rest in peace? 5 Sessions. INSTRUCTOR: Lisa Lawrence, certified yoga instructor with over 25 years experience teaching Kundalini Yoga nationwide. #2655.101 SUN 5-6pm, June 2–30 $44.50(Students/U.Mem)$54.50(Fac/Staff))

Yoga for Gardeners Learn yoga stretches to complement continuous bending for digging, planting, and weeding. Prevent and relieve pain and create balance in your body. Doing these asanas daily will help not only the back, but also the entire body, mind, emotions, and spirit. Develop warm ups that focus on stretching and strengthening the lower back, abdominal core, legs, shoulders, and upper back. Special arms sequence to prevent or reduce repetitive injuries. Join other gardeners as we discuss posture benefits and stretch breaks during gardening. No previous yoga experience required those with experience welcome. 1 Meeting. INSTRUCTOR: Courtney Oftedahl is a certified Yoga instructor. #2635.501 MON 6:30-8pm, May 13 $12.50(Students/U.Mem)$22.50(Fac/Staff)

Absolute Beginners Yoga Get started with yoga! You have heard it is good for you. You know you need to work out, or add some variety to your present routine! Designed for absolute beginners, we will explore all the yoga basics and how to use it for flexibility, strength, relaxation and more. Those with previous experience also welcome. Work with an experienced Instructor and get started on yoga today! 5 Meetings. INSTRUCTOR: Lisa Lawrence, certified yoga instructor with over 25 years experience teaching Kundalini Yoga nationwide. #5470.501 WED 5-6pm, June 24-July 22 $59.50(Student/U.Mem)$69.50(Fac/Staff)

Be Your Own Personal Trainer See Page 2.

Yoga for Your Longevity

Yoga is a complex mind-body system that includes benefits in muscle tone, relaxation, stress reduction, increased balance (reducing risk of falls), flexibility, weight reduction and detoxification. Come to this one-night workshop to learn a few simple techniques that will help bring you longer life and better living right now. Join us on a journey to a longer life! No previous yoga experience needed, those will experience welcome. 1 Meeting. INSTRUCTOR: Lisa Lawrence, certified yoga instructor with over 30 years experience. #2633.101 MON 6-7:30pm, July 29 $12.50(Students/U.Mem)$22.50(Fac/Staff)

The Kundalini Studio Are you looking to spend more time on the mat and try new things? Come expand your yoga practice in our 90 minute Kundalini course. We will come together and form a consensus on which areas of yoga practice we will concentrate on. These might include meditation, relaxation, posture, chakras, chanting and more! Personalize and deepen your yoga practice. Some previous yoga experience assumed. No class 7/4. 6 Meetings. INSTRUCTOR: Courtney Seidel, certified Yoga instructor. #2678.101 THR 5-6:30pm, June 20-Aug 1 $74.50(Students/U.Mem)$84.50(Fac/Staff)

Outdoors! Backpacking Isle Royale Enjoy a late summer trek on a remote Lake Superior island wilderness! You will backpack this International Biosphere Reserve at a time when insect and human numbers are down. Learn the natural and human history of this fascinating National Park, while you hone your backpacking skills. Classroom sessions will review needed gear and supplies in depth, and explain how you should prepare yourself physically. Also includes Leave No Trace principles. Novice backpackers welcome, participants must provide own back country equipment and be in good physical condition as island trails are sometimes primitive or difficult. All permit, camping and transportation costs are included. Responsible for providing and preparing foods that meets your own dietary needs. Two classroom sessions and a six-day trip, including three nights on Isle Royale. INSTRUCTOR: Heidi Conde is a former DNR educator and naturalist, and a seasoned outdoorswoman. She has backpacked Isle Royale and is an experienced outdoor trip leader. #4450.101 WED 5-7pm, June 26&Aug 21 plus Sept 8-13 $549.50(Student/U.Mem)$559.50(Fac/Staff)

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Southern WI Cheese & Wine Tour

Wisconsin’s long and proud cheese tradition is now complimented by a growing and exciting group of wineries. Join us as we explore some of both the cheese and wine production of south central Wisconsin. We will start in Monroe, cheese capital of Wisconsin and then work our way west, ending up at Botham Vineyards for a late afternoon private tour with vintner Peter Botham. In between we will visit both cheese factories and wineries, hearing stories and learning some history. Course fee includes transportation, responsible for own food and beverage expenses. 1 Meeting. INSTRUCTOR: Kim Tschudy, a native of New Glarus, has been active in historic preservation for years. He his fifth historical book was recently published. $4515.201 SAT 9am-6pm, Oct 19 $49.50(Student/U.Mem)$59.50(Fac/Staff)

Southern WI Rural Tavern Pub Crawl

Southern Wisconsin is home to a variety of unique and interesting rural taverns - those offthe-beaten-path places that truely have character, and characters. Join us as we explore some of these gathering places and talk about how they fit into the history Wisconsin. We will start with a mid/late morning breakfast opportunity at the Pleasant Ridge Store northeast of Dodgeville. From there we will work our way back to Madison via a very indirect route, catching a variety of small town and roadside establishments including the Sprecher and Better Buzz Taverns. Course fee includes transportation, responsible for own food and beverage expenses. 1 Meeting. INSTRUCTOR: Kim Tschudy. #4510.201 SAT 9am-6pm, Sept 28 $49.50(Student/U.Mem)$59.50(Fac/Staff)

Northwoods Paddle & Hike: BWCA & Lake Superior See Page 1.

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#2676.501 MON 4:30-5:30pm, May 6-June 17 $49.50(Students/U.Mem)$59.50(Fac/Staff) #2676.101 MON 4:30-5:30pm, June 24-July 29 $39.50(Students/U.Mem)$49.50(Fac/Staff)

#2650.101 MON&THR Noon-1pm, June 10–July 11 $79.50(Students/U.Mem)$89.50(Fac/Staff) #2650.102 MON&THR Noon-1pm, July 15-Aug 15 $89.50(Students/U.Mem)$99.50(Fac/Staff) #2650.103 MON&THR Noon-1pm, Aug 19–Sept 12 $59.50(Students/U.Mem)$69.50(Fac/Staff)

Sacred Spaces/Haunted Places

Spend a day touring southern/ southwestern Wisconsin and NW Illinois to visit several sites that have become special places in the heart of one who takes the road less traveled. During the journey we will visit the ghost towns of Exeter and Exeter Union Cemetery, Moscow. Haunted places? Then we will travel on to Bloody Lake near Woodford, WI. Sacred and haunted? From Woodford we will travel to New Diggings, WI where we will visit an old time bar and the oldest Masonic Hall in Wisconsin. 1 Meeting. INSTRUCTOR: Kim Tschudy, lifelong resident of this area, author and experienced Mini Course Instructor. #4520.201 SUN 9am-6pm, Oct 6 $49.50(Student/U.Mem)$59.50(Fac/Staff)

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Stretch, elevate and energize in the outdoors! We will combine deep stretching and core and abdominal strengthening of Kundalini with the smooth flow of Vinyasa to help you use yoga for a better body and mind! Meets outdoors at Union South. Sec. 501, no class 5/27, Sec. 101, no class 7/22. 6/5 Meetings. INSTRUCTOR: Courtney Seidel, certified Yoga Instructor.

Here is a powerful, practical technology for health, fitness and all around transformation. You can improve overall body function through emotional balance, weight loss, elimination of negative habits, and a consistent sense of well-being. Meets at Memorial Union. Sec 101, no class 7/4, Sec 103, no class 9/2. 9/10/7 Meetings. INSTRUCTORS: Lisa Lawrence, certified yoga instructor with over 30 years experience teaching Kundalini Yoga nationwide, assisted by Mary Hoddy.

Father Mazzuchelli Tour

Enjoy a day in southwestern Wisconsin tracing the life of Father Samuel Mazzuchelli. The Father was the builder of numerous Catholic churches in southwestern Wisconsin as well as Iowa and Illinois in the 1840’s (before we were a state!). We will visit his first church in Mineral Point and his most unique, recently restored church, St. Augustine’s in New Diggings. We will also spend time at the Mazzucelli museum at Sinsinawa and visiting his burial site at Benton. Time permitting, we will also visit several other churches he was involved with building and one or two of the civic buildings built by Father Mazzuchelli. Tour led by an atheist who is fascinated by the architecture as well as the important part country churches played in the development of southern Wisconsin. Course fee includes transportation. 1 Meeting. INSTRUCTOR: Kim Tschudy. #4525.201 SAT 9am-6pm, Oct 5 $49.50(Student/U.Mem)$59.50(Fac/Staff)

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Outdoor Yoga

Yoga At Noon

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#2602.101 THR 6:30-7:30pm, July 11-25 $29.50(Students/U.Mem)$39.50(Fac/Staff)

#2677.502 TUE 6-7pm, May 21-June 18 $39.50(Students/U.Mem)$49.50(Fac/Staff) #2677.101 TUE 6-7pm, June 25-July 30 $49.50(Students/U.Mem)$59.50(Fac/Staff)

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Pilates Essentials

Are you curious about what Pilates is and why it’s so beneficial to everyone? Covers the fundamentals as you learn basic mat movements and key core exercises to improve breath, strength, flexibility, and balance. This method of exercise is a great compliment to yoga, any sporting activity, or if you just want to move, breathe, and feel better. Designed for those new to Pilates or those who would like to get the most out of this effective and fun way to gain core strength and feel great afterwards. 3 Meetings. INSTRUCTOR: Ellen Utter holds Levels I and II certifications in both Pilates mat and Hatha Yoga. She has been teaching Stretch, Stretch Pilates for the past three years and is pleased to offer a Pilates course specifically for those who are new to the workout.

Want to improve your posture? Or learn how to hold your yoga poses with proper support adn posture? We will address the small changes that you can make that will not only improve your posture on the mat but all day long! No experience required, open to all levels. 5/6 Meetings. INSTRUCTOR: Courtney Seidel, certified Yoga Instructor.

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Yoga & More

Posture Perfect Yoga

Sandhill Crane Weekend Odyssey

The staging of Sandhill Cranes at the Jasper-Pulaski National Wildlife Area in northern Indiana is one of the more imposing spectacles in all of nature. Assembled in one area can be as many as 20,000 cranes! This is the second largest stopover area for Sandhills in the US. Join our weekend odyssey to witness this impressive natural occurrence and learn about this regal and once-endangered bird. On Sunday we will visit the Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore. 2 Days. TRIP LEADER: Kim Tschudy, naturalist, author, itinerant hiker, experienced Instructor, 18th year leading this trip. #4190.301 SAT 7am, Oct 26&SUN, Oct 27 $169.50(Student/U.Mem)$179.50(Fac/Staff)

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