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Exploring the New Class Catalog

In case you missed our big news this past week:

The new class catalog for 2017–2018 is out now!

That means a whole new year (Fall 2017–Summer 2018) of classes and workshops, including new offerings and new instructors.

We’re really excited about what we’re offering this year, and we think you will be too. You can see some of the highlights in the video above, and browse the print version of the catalog in PDF form. (The online catalog is up and running, too!)

By Donna Reinsel, who teaches the new Jumpstart in Welding

What’s new this fall

Up first is Fall term! Registration is open now, and classes begin the week of September 19.

What’s new for this term? Glad you asked.

A Mokume Gane brooch by Eric Burris

New classes:

Genetic Code I by Sharon Robinson, who teaches the new class Mixed Media Abstract Collage

New workshops:

The print catalog is on its way to mailboxes and our offices as we type this. While you wait to flip through it, you can browse to your heart’s content online.

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