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The Greatest Music of the 60s: A Magical Mystery Tour

Take a Magical Mystery Tour of this justifiably famous decade and discover key influences, albums, artists and music. Just what was it that made the decade so memorable and influential? This class will be delivered online via the online platform Zoom. Enrolling students need to ensure they have an email, a reliable internet connection, microphone/... [More]
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Take a Magical Mystery Tour of this justifiably famous decade and discover key influences, albums, artists and music. Just what was it that made the decade so memorable and influential?<br/><p><br/><

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29 Sep

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How to Compose a Still Life Composition

See how composition has been applied throughout art history to the genre of still life and learn how to use small preparatory thumbnail sketches to abbreviate the major masses of objects employed in a still life. This class is designed to be a taster for the Spring semester Monday evening zoom class, Still Life and the Art of Composition. This... [More]
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See how composition has been applied throughout art history to the genre of still life and learn how to use small preparatory thumbnail sketches to abbreviate the major masses of objects employed in a

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29 Sep

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The First Iraq War, 1990-1991

The first round of the machinations that years later would see Saddam ousted, Iraq descending into civil war and the state being nearly overcome by ISIS. Take a short look at this war, how it played out and what its long term consequences were. This class will be delivered online via the online platform Zoom. Enrolling students need to ensure they... [More]
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The first round of the machinations that years later would see Saddam ousted, Iraq descending into civil war and the state being nearly overcome by ISIS. Take a short look at this war, how it played

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30 Sep

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Drawing for Beginners: How Simple Geometric Shapes Can Help You Draw Anything You Want

Anyone can learn to draw! An understanding of basic geometric shapes – spheres, cones and cylinders – and a rudimentary knowledge of linear perspective, can aid you in drawing absolutely any solid object you wish to convey. This class is designed to be a taster for the Spring semester Friday afternoon zoom class, The Principles of Drawing for... [More]
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Anyone can learn to draw! An understanding of basic geometric shapes – spheres, cones and cylinders – and a rudimentary knowledge of linear perspective, can aid you in drawing absolutely any solid

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01 Oct

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What is Philosophy?

The beginnings of Western philosophy date back to the Pre-Socratic Greeks: why did this extraordinary movement begin and what were its central features? And, of course, “Why the Greeks?” and not other arguably more advanced civilizations such as the Egyptians. This class will be delivered online via the online platform Zoom. Enrolling students need... [More]
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The beginnings of Western philosophy date back to the Pre-Socratic Greeks: why did this extraordinary movement begin and what were its central features? And, of course, “Why the Greeks?” and not other

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01 Oct

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The World of the Theatre

Plays from the theatre have been with us for literally thousands of years and are part of the fabric of our lives. They entertain us and provide us with insights into the human condition. Join us and take a dip into the world of the great plays. This class will be delivered online via the online platform Zoom. Enrolling students need to ensure they... [More]
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Plays from the theatre have been with us for literally thousands of years and are part of the fabric of our lives. They entertain us and provide us with insights into the human condition. Join us and

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06 Oct

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Discovering the Beauty of Mathematics

Paradoxically, mathematics, although understood as an important tool in science, technology and everyday life, is often considered to be a difficult and unpleasant subject. Romanian mathematician Grigore Moisil said, “A mathematician is concerned with mathematics because she sees something beautiful in it, something interesting which she likes,... [More]
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<p>Paradoxically, mathematics, although understood as an important tool in science, technology and everyday life, is often considered to be a difficult and unpleasant subject. Romanian mathematician

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08 Oct

Critique of 'White' Reason

What does it mean to think about racism with the help of philosophy, a discipline that itself has been “white” since its inception? What does it even mean to derive a useful theory about racism by looking at Immanuel Kant, himself allegedly a racist? This class will be delivered online via the online platform Zoom. Enrolling students need to ensure... [More]
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What does it mean to think about racism with the help of philosophy, a discipline that itself has been “white” since its inception? What does it even mean to derive a useful theory about racism by

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08 Oct

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Classical Vienna: Haydn, Mozart, Beethoven and Schubert

Vienna became the musical capital of Europe due to the fact that Haydn, Mozart, Beethoven and Schubert were all closely associated with the city. Explore this rich heritage through images and an accompanying listening list. This class will be delivered online via the online platform Zoom. Enrolling students need to ensure they have an email, a... [More]
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Vienna became the musical capital of Europe due to the fact that Haydn, Mozart, Beethoven and Schubert were all closely associated with the city. Explore this rich heritage through images and an

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09 Oct

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