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Sheridan College Community Interest Classes

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Community classes at Sheridan College are opportunities to dive deep into your preferred interests. These classes provide unique experiences that will feed your curiosity in a wide variety of subjects such as: art, technology, outdoor and cultural topics. Choose to turn your fly cast into an art or study the rock and roll band, the Beatles. Look for even more classes to be offered later this Fall and starting again in January for the spring semester.

The sky is the limit when you tailor your education to your hobbies and interests.

8 Weeks, 10/25 – 12/15
4:00 PM – 6:00 PM, Tues. & Thurs.
5:00 PM – 6:00 PM, Wednesdays
ART-1011-01 (3 credits)
Instructor: Landis, R.
Cost: $483 (WY Resident)
Whitney Building

This course provides an overview of arts administration. Topics include organizational structure, arts and cultural policy, fundraising and grant writing in the arts, marketing and audience development, community engagement and arts advocacy. Careers and internships in arts administration will also be explored.

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8 Weeks, 10/24 – 12/12
5:00 PM – 7:30 PM, Mondays
FDSC-1990-01 (1 credit)
Instructor: Clay Stoner
Cost: $161 (WY resident) + $20 lab fee
*Must be at least 21 years old

This course will provide an overview of brewing and fermentation techniques specific to beer, including the process from grain to glass, sanitation, and off-flavors. This is a hands-on class where students will brew at least one batch of beer to completion. It is appropriate for all experience levels from new to home brewing to experienced.

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8 Weeks, 10/25 – 12/13
5:30 PM – 7:15 PM, Tuesdays
MUSC-2465-02 (1 credit)
Instructor: Erickson, C.
Cost: $161 (WY Resident)
Whitney Building

This course allows students to investigate a selected topic in music. This course will focus on The Beatles.

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8 Week Class, 10/27 – 12/15
6:00 PM – 8:45 PM, Thursdays
PEAC-1490-01 (1 credit)
Instructor: TBD
Cost: $161 (WY Resident)
Whitney Building

This course is designed to provide students with a basic knowledge of fly tying. Lessons will include basic knots and uses of artificial flies. Students will have the opportunity to develop and enhance their skills while experiencing fly tying as an art.

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8 Weeks, 10/26 – 12/14
6:00 PM – 8:15 PM, Thursdays
ENGL-1490-01 (1 credit)
Instructor: Julian, T.
Cost: $161 (WY Resident)
Whitney Building

This course will serve as an introduction to the writing of poetry with intensive practice in poetry writing in a community-oriented classroom. The course combines the study of published poetry with the study of craft. We’ll dive deeply into texts that interrogate rural spaces: the place where town meets country, humanity collides with nature, and you can see the mountains from your back porch. After this analysis, we’ll ask, “How do we capture this space in our own poems?” and write. Students will leave the class having written poetry that engages with the rural, the place we call home, and the work of their classmates and well-known established poets.

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Two 6 Week Sessions,
10/20 – 12/1
6:00 PM – 8:00 PM, Thursdays
Instructor: Montaño, M.
Cost: $100 per sessions
Whitney Building

Designed for learners with some Spanish background, the class will focus on conversational Spanish for travel. In addition, the class will help students cultivate cultural knowledge of different Spanish-speaking countries and compare different languages and cultures.

*There is a specific sign up form for this class.

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