Would you like to learn something new — without the cost of a college course and the pressure of being a student? Kirtland’s Community Education program is perfect for you. Classes and workshops are designed to be affordable, valuable and enhance your quality of life. Call 989-275-5000 ext. 284 if you have questions about any of our Community Education classes. You may also contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Watercolor Painting: Beginners & Experienced
All levels of skill are welcome! If you plan to enhance your technique or just simply want to l earn how to paint with watercolors.
All levels of watercolor painting skills are welcome! If you plan to enhance your technique or just simply want to l earn how to paint with watercolors this 5 week class is for you. If you are a beginner you will get help to explore and understand the nature of watercolor painting. If you have some experience, or have taken a class before you can take this time to boost your skills. Scott Rice, instructor, will stress the process of painting as an imitation of nature through eye-hand coordination. Participants will learn to explore techniques while learning proportion, simple positive-negative/figure-ground relationships, and color dynamics.
Paper is provided. Participants should plan to bring their own paints and brushes. A materials list will be emailed to you after your registration. If you do not want to come to class and have technology available to join the course via zoom, accommodations can be made for virtual participation.
This is a five week program that starts October 21st. It meets from 5:30 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. and continues every Wednesday evening until November 18th. Participation is limited to 12 on campus students and 12 virtual students. Must be at least 18 years of age.
FREE Online Mini Courses
Kirtland Community College is now offering FREE ONLINE courses TO ANYONE in the community.
Earn a certificate and enhance your skills while you work at your own pace, with subjects including online communications, marketing, Northern Michigan job market and more.
It’s all right here, FREE and ALL ONLINE.
Attn: Kirtland Community College retirees
The Kirtland Board of Trustees passed an amendment to the policy regarding scholarships and other benefits for past employees. If you were granted Emeritus or Honoraire status, once a semester you are entitled to one free noncredit class. Either you or an immediate family member can claim this free class. There are no fees of any sort if you claim the class as a retiree.