Personal Enrichment & Special Interests

Personal Enrichment & Special Interest courses provide lifelong learning opportunities for adults to meet their non-vocational needs and interests. Classes under this section are designed to enrich the lives of students and promote social interests and creativity. These activities are non-credit courses but many students have used knowledge and skills gained through these classes to develop a primary or secondary source of income.  Call 336-506-4322 or 336-506-4149 for more information.

Many Personal Enrichment courses are also available online each month, including several writing courses.  Please click here for more information.  www.ed2go.com/alamance   

NEW! Dog Grooming

This course prepares students for work in the dog grooming industry. Students will learn about animal behavior, grooming techniques, handling/ restraining animals and customer service. Course includes classroom and clinical hours. Call 336-506-4149 or 336-506-4322 for more information. 

Coming Fall 2021 - Please check back for future updates.

Dog Obedience Training:   Puppy & Basic

This is a fully comprehensive course which includes socialization and confidence building along with a strong foundation for manners and obedience.  Commands taught include Sit, Stay, Down, Come, and Heel among others.  Come learn from an AKC Canine Good Citizen certified trainer.  Call 336-506-4149 or 336-506-4322 for more information.  Instructor:  Brian Donnelly

Location: Forest Hills    Hours: 6      Fee: $160  
Puppy      4/7-5/12 W     6-7 pm PAY BY 4/1 Register Now_Dog Obedience Training
Basic       4/7-5/12 W     7:30-8:30 pm PAY BY 4/1 Register Now_Dog Obedience Training
Puppy      6/2-7/7 W     6-7 pm PAY BY 5/27 Register Now_Dog Obedience Training
Basic       6/2-7/7 W     7:30-8:30 pm PAY BY 5/27 Register Now_Dog Obedience Training

 

NEW! AKC Canine Good Citizen/Therapy Dog Training

Prerequisite:  Basic Training.  This course is taught according to the AKC Canine Good Citizen Guidelines and Therapy Dog International.  Dog/ owner teams learn to work calmly around all types of distractions and receive training that ensures proper behavior as a Therapy Dog.  Instructor is an AKC Canine Good Citizen certified trainer.  Call 336-506-4149 or 336-506-4322 for more information.  Instructor: Cathy Munnier

Location: Forest Hills               Hours: 7                        Fee: $170

No classes this semester.  Please check back for future dates.

Wildlife Rehab

This course is intended for anyone who works with animals and has a serious interest in rehabilitation. Upon finishing the course, students will fill out paperwork for a state permit to rehabilitate animals as well as have the opportunity to join the Wildlife Rehab Inc. non-profit organization if they so choose. Call 336-506-4200 or 336-506-4307 for more information.  Instructor:  Cristina Griffin

Registration is not complete until payment has been received.
Location: DC Hours: 24 Fee: $73  
71571    6/7-7/26  M    6-9 pm PAY BY 6/2 Register Now_Wildlife Rehabilitation

  

  • Students are responsible for their materials.  Materials will vary depending on projects chosen.

  • The instructor will be in touch with students before class begins to review the project chosen and give a list of supplies.

Chair Caning & Basket Weaving

Instruction will be given on the different patterns for Chair Caning based on the wishes of the class. Caning students may choose from 5 different chair caning patterns including Lace, Rush, Binder Cane, Pressed Cane or Shaker Tape. Basket weaving students will learn the basic pattern for a market style basket. Instructor will work with students on an individual level to help them learn new skills and enhance old ones. Call 336-506-4149 or 336-506-4322 for more information. Instructor: Jimmy Workman

Registration is not complete until payment has been received.
Location: FH Hours: 24  Fee: $70*  
4/6-5/25 T  1-4 pm Pay by 3/30 Register Now_Chair Caning

Floral Design

Students will learn the basics of floral arranging and then design and make their own seasonal floral arrangements. Students will learn how to select the correct container to make their arrangements pop. Artificial flowers will be used in class. Call 336-506-4149 or 336-506-4322 for more information. Instructor: Blake Jones

Registration is not complete until payment has been received.
Location: KSC Hours: 18 Fee: $65  
69699    2/16-3/23* T    6-9 pm PAY BY: 2/9 Register Now_Floral Design
*2/9 6:30-7:30 p.m. information session  
69700     4/13-5/18* T 6-9 pm PAY BY: 4/6 Register Now_Floral Design
*4/6 6:30-7:30 p.m. information session
 

Painting: Acrylic – Tricks of the Trade

Prerequisite: Acrylic for Beginners. Advanced students will learn secrets that artists use to enhance paintings including adding texture, highlights and lighting. Call 336-506-4149 or 336-506-4322 for more information. Instructor: Skee Johnson

  • students will need to sign a City of Burlington Covid Waiver form to participate.
Registration is not complete until payment has been received.
Location: Depot  Hours: 24  Fee: $70*  
69709    5/12-6/30 W 7-10 pm PAY BY: 5/5 Register Now_Acrylic Tricks of the Trade

Acrylic Painting – Class supply list

  • 16 x 20 canvas
  • Cup for water
  • Styrofoam plates

Instructor will supply paints and brushes for the first class for Beginning students.

Students will need the following colors of Acrylic Paint:

  • Titanium White
  • Mars Black
  • Ultramarine Blue
  • Cadmium Yellow Medium
  • Naphthol Crimson
  • Burnt Umber
  • Burst Sienna
  • Phthalocyanine Blue

Liquitex Basics, Artist’s Loft or Master’s Touch offers a starter pack with many of these colors (available at Michaels or Hobby Lobby)  - Be sure to look for coupons!

Brushes:  Synthetic bristles for Acrylics,  Artist’s Loft offers a 10 piece small starter pack

Watercolor, Beginning

Students learn techniques for sketching, mixing colors, and applying watercolor paints to the paper to achieve a variety of desired effects. The instructor will present various techniques such as a wash, glaze, wet on wet, dry brush, dropping in color, lifting out color, or negative painting to capture the attraction of the season. *A supply list given at the first class. Call 336-506-4149 or 336-506-4322 for more information. Instructor: Carolyn Teague

Registration is not complete until payment has been received.
Location: DC Hours: 24  Fee: $73*  
69711    3/30-5/18 T    9 am-12 pm PAY BY: 3/25 Register Now_Watercolor Painting
71972    6/1-7/20  T    9 am-12 pm PAY BY: 3/25 Register Now_Watercolor Painting
71973     6/2-7/21 W   9 am-12 pm PAY BY: 3/25 Register Now_Watercolor Painting

 

Painting: Watercolor, Spring Beauties

Learn techniques for sketching, mixing colors, and applying watercolor paints to the paper to achieve a variety of desired effects. The instructor works with students of all levels from beginner to advanced. In this class, students will learn how to paint various ‘Spring Beauties’ including baby animals, flowers, and Spring Landscapes.  *A supply list given at the first class. Call 336-506-4149 or 336-506-4322 for more information. Instructor: Carolyn Teague

Registration is not complete until payment has been received.
Location: DC  Hours: 24 Fee: $73*  
69714    3/30-5/18 T    1-4 pm PAY BY: 3/25 Register Now_Watercolor Painting
69715    3/31-5/19 W    9 am-12 pm PAY BY: 3/26 Register Now_Watercolor Painting

 

Watercolor supplies

  • Instructor will provide paint for beginner level classes
  • Watercolor Brushes
  • Watercolor paper, Strathmore 400 series

 

Pottery: Hand Building & Wheel Thrown

Seating is limited to 4 students due to COVID restrictions.  Seating is on a first paid, first served basis.  See Pottery Class Information for more details.

In this class students learn clay wheel-throwing and hand building techniques along with glazing techniques. Instructor works with all skill levels. Call 336-506-4149 or 336-506-4322 for more information. Instructors: Valerie Classen, Pete Pate, Briggette Slivinski, Curry Wilkinson

Registration is not complete until payment has been received.
Location: Elmira Rec.  Hours: 24 Fee: $95  
71976     5/24-7/26  *not on 5/31 or 7/5 M    6-9 pm Pay By 5/17 Register Now_Pottery
71977     5/25-7/13 T    9 am-12 pm Pay By 5/18 Register Now_Pottery
71978    5/25-7/20   *not on 6/15 T    1-4 pm Pay By 5/18 Register Now_Pottery
71979     5/26-7/21   *not on 6/16 W    6-9 pm Pay By 5/19 FULL
71980    5/27-7/15 TH    6-9 pm Pay By 5/20 FULL

Quilting: Basics

Prerequisite: Some sewing experience. This is the perfect class for someone that has no experience with quilting at all. This class will take you through the beginning steps and prepare you for the next level. A small project will be made in the class. Students are encouraged to bring their own sewing machine. *Supply list given upon registration. Call 336-506-4149 or 336-506-4322 for more information. Instructor: Helen Doutt

Registration is not complete until payment has been received.
Location: DC  Hours: 24  Fee: $73*  
71981     7/7-8/25 W    6-9 pm PAY BY: 7/1 Register Now_Quilting

Quilting:  On the Fence

Prerequisite: Student must have a working knowledge of basic quilting techniques.  Quickly and easily stip piece this lattice quilt with oversize accent star blocks.  Students can choose to use a simple color scheme or accent with Large star blocks and frames.  Students are encouraged to bring their own sewing machine.  *Supply list given upon registration. Call 336-506-4149 or 336-506-4322 for more information.  Instructor:  Helen Doutt

Registration is not complete until payment has been received.
Location: DC  Hours: 24 Fee: $73*  
71982    5/12-6/30 W 1-4 pm PAY BY: 5/7 Register Now_Quilting
71983    5/13-7/1 TH 9 am-12 pm PAY BY: 5/10 Register Now_Quilting
71984    5/13-7/1 TH 1-4 pm PAY BY: 5/10 Register Now_Quilting

 

Sewing

Instructor will work with students on all levels to help them select and sew a project at their skill level. Students will be given detailed instruction and guidance on their individual projects. Students are encouraged to bring their own sewing machine. Call 336-506-4149 or 336-506-4322 for more information. Instructor: Mandy Foster

Registration is not complete until payment has been received.
Location: DC Hours: 15 Fee: $65*  
69730    4/12-5/17 M    6:30-9 pm PAY BY 4/7 Register Now_Sewing
71985     6/7-7/19 M    6:30-9 pm PAY BY 6/2 Register Now_Sewing

  

Stained Glass

This class is for beginners through advanced students and includes instruction on using patterns, cutting glass, grinding and foiling edges, and soldering pieces together. Based on individual skill level, students may create items based on their skill level. Call 336-506-4149 or 336-506-4322 for more information. Instructors: Hettie Moore, Terri Barker, Judy Bowman

  • See Important information for class specifics.

  • Class size - Class size is limited to 8 students max.  Seats are on a first paid, first served basis. 

  • **Additional Expenses: *This class requires special tools and equipment that may be purchased as a kit (Approx. $110).  This cost also includes glass for the first beginner piece.  To purchase kit, students should bring cash or check only to the first class.
  • Students are responsible for their own supplies and glass.
 Registration is not complete until payment has been received.
Location: DC Hours: 24 Fee: $73*  
71986    5/11-6/29 T    9 am-12 pm PAY BY 5/6 Register Now_Stained Glass
71987    5/12-6/30 W    9 am-12 pm PAY BY 5/7 Register Now_Stained Glass
71988    5/12-6/30 W    1-4 pm PAY BY 5/7 Register Now_Stained Glass
71989    5/13-7/1 TH   9 am-12 pm PAY BY 5/10 Register Now_Stained Glass
71991    5/13-7/1 TH   1-4 pm PAY BY 5/10 Register Now_Stained Glass
71992    7/6-8/24 T    9 am-12 pm PAY BY 6/30 Register Now_Stained Glass
71994    7/7-8/25 W   9 am-12 pm PAY BY 7/1 Register Now_Stained Glass
71995    7/7-8/25 W   1-4 pm PAY BY 7/1 Register Now_Stained Glass
71996    7/8-8/26 TH   9 am-12 pm PAY BY 7/2 Register Now_Stained Glass
71997    7/8-8/26 TH   1-4 pm PAY BY 7/2 Register Now_Stained Glass

 

Wood Carving

Students will learn carving techniques and professional finishing touches used to create small figurines. Learn the various types of carving along with basic carving techniques, tool care, and safety measures. Students will learn how to carve projects with interlocking pieces out of one solid piece of wood. Examples include baby rattles, small toys, lamp stands, and chains. *Students are responsible for materials. Cost includes mandatory insurance fee. Call 336-506-4149 or 336-506-4322 for more information. Instructor: Bill Wallace

  • Students will need to sign a City of Burlington Covid waiver to participate.

 Registration is not complete until payment has been received.

No classes Summer Semester.  Please check back for future dates.

Wood Turning

Students will learn how to design a one of a kind project using the wood lathe and various hand tools. Students will learn the difference between faceplate turning vs spindle turning. Instructors will work with students individually to develop new skills and improve old ones. *Students are responsible for materials. Cost includes insurance.   Call 336-506-4149 or 336-506-4322 for more information. Instructors: Bill & Jim Wallace

  • Students will need to sign a City of Burlington Covid waiver to participate.

 Registration is not complete until payment has been received.

No classes Summer Semester.  Please check back for future dates.

 

Woodworking:  Basic

Perfect for the Beginner student or students who want to learn refinishing techniques. Students will learn the safe operation of various power tools including table saws, drill presses, jointers, planers, band saws, and lathes and create a simple project. Refinishing students will learn basic minor touch up procedures and basic repair techniques for older furniture. Instructor will work with each student on an individual basis to customize a simple project. *Students are responsible for materials.  Cost includes a mandatory insurance fee.  Call 336-506-4149 or 336-506-4322 for more information. Instructors: Tom Davis, Fred Haumann, Michael Gutch

Registration is not complete until payment has been received.
Location: Davis’ Shop  Hours: 24 Fee: $71.50*  
69748    3/22-5/17 M    1-4 pm PAY BY 3/17 Register Now_Woodworking: Basic
69749    3/25-5/13 TH    9 am-12 pm PAY BY 3/22 Register Now_Woodworking: Basic

 

Woodworking:  Intermediate

Prerequisite: Basic Woodworking or a basic knowledge of woodworking with prior experience. Students will expand on the basic knowledge and safe operation of various power tools and begin to make more involved projects. *Students are responsible for materials. Cost includes a mandatory insurance fee.  Call 336-506-4149 or 336-506-4322 for more information. Instructors: Tom Davis, Fred Haumann

Registration is not complete until payment has been received.
Location: Davis’ Shop Hours: 24 Fee: $71.50  
72376    5/18-7/6 T     9 am-12 pm PAY BY:  5/13 Register Now_Woodworking: Intermediate
71998    5/19-7/7 W    9 am-12 pm PAY BY: 5/14
Register Now_Woodworking: Intermediate
72012    5/19-7/7 W   6-9 pm PAY BY: 5/14 Register Now_Woodworking: Intermediate
72014    7/14-9/1 W   9 am-12 pm PAY BY: 7/9 Register Now_Woodworking: Intermediate
72018    7/14-9/1 W   6-9 pm PAY BY: 7/9 Register Now_Woodworking: Intermediate

Wood: Woodworking, Advanced

Prerequisite: Intermediate level with prior woodworking experience. Designed for Intermediate to Advanced students. Students will learn advanced methods of woodworking and use these skills to make advanced items like cabinets, toolboxes, grandfather clocks, tables, chairs, etc. Classes will take the student from wood selection to final finishing. Instructor will work with students to develop new skills and enhance existing ones. *Students are responsible for materials.   Cost includes mandatory insurance fee.   Call 336-506-4149 or 336-506-4322 for more information. Instructor: Tom Davis

Registration is not complete until payment has been received.
No classes Summer Semester.  Please check back for future dates.

NEW!! Breaking into the Business of Commercials & Modeling

Students will gain theoretical knowledge of the entertainment industry. This course will strengthen, prepare and develop students’ skills and give them opportunities to build their portfolio for success. Will have special guest speakers during this upcoming semester. Instructor: Crista Baldwin

For more information: 
Call Email
336-290-0543 maredding380@alamancecc.edu
336-506-4301 slnewman647@alamancecc.edu
 

REGISTRATION IS NOT COMPLETE UNTIL PAYMENT IS RECEIVED.
Location: DC Hours: 24 Fee: $73  
72111  6/2-7/21 W    6-9 pm  PAY BY 5/27 Register Now_Commercials & Modeling classes

No classes this semester.  Please check back for future dates.

NEW! Retirement Planning for First Responders

This course will help prepare Law Enforcement, Fire, EMS, Telecommunicators and other first responders for the retirement planning process. Topics will include NC pensions, separation allowances, pension options, early health concerns and existing benefits among other topics. Call 336-506-4149 or 336-506-4322 for more information. Instructor: Michael Terry

Location: DC Hours: 4 Fee: FREE
1/29    F    0800-1200 Register by 1/26 Register Now_Financial Planning for 1st Responders
3/19    F    0800-1200 Register by 3/16 Register Now_Financial Planning for 1st Responders
5/14    F    0800-1200 Register by 5/11 Register Now_Financial Planning for 1st Responders

  

Passport to Retirement

This course includes the information needed to assess the costs associated with retirement, determine sources of retirement income, improve investment potential, reduce financial risk and help preserve estates for heirs. The decisions you make in these key areas will ultimately determine your financial success. Through examples, exercises, and case studies you’ll discover how to take control of your finances and position yourself for a brighter financial future. Handouts provided. Call 336-506-4149 or 336-506-4322 for more information. Instructor: Logan Sharpe

Registration is not complete until payment has been received.
No classes Summer semester.  Please check back for future dates.

Rejuvenate Your Retirement

Whether your objective is to become more active, give your life a new sense of purpose or make more informed financial decisions, this class has something for everyone. In this course, you discover new ways to stay mentally, physically and socially active, as well as learn about important financial topics such as tax reduction planning, retirement income planning, investment risk management, health care planning and estate planning. Workbook provided. Call 336-506-4149 or 336-506-4322 for more information. Instructor: Willy Fisher

Registration is not complete until payment has been received.

No classes Summer semester.  Please check back for future dates.  

Retirement Planning Today

Start planning your retirement at any stage of your life. In this class students will learn key terms, strategies, and concepts to achieve a successful retirement. Topics include: Social Security, long term care, Roth IRA conversions, minimizing taxes, and investment strategies to build, sustain, and distribute wealth. Learn how to determine when you can retire and the lifestyle you can achieve. Learn how to plan and invest for life’s next chapter with prudence and efficiency, not emotion. Handouts provided. Call 336-506-4149 or 336-506-4322 for more information. Instructor: Tim Mellon

Registration is not complete until payment has been received.
Location: DC Hours: 6 Fee: $49  
71970    6/3-6/10 TH    6-9 pm PAY BY: 5/28 Register Now_Financial & Retirement Planning

  

Understanding Medicare

Have you heard that there have been many changes to Medicare? Learn about all of the options available to you. Did you know that you don’t have to be 65 to qualify for Medicare? If you are retired or just planning for retirement, this course will help you to make the most of Medicare. We will talk about part A and B and about all of the new options that are available to those who qualify for Medicare. When you understand all of the options you can make the best decision for you.  Call 336-506-4149 or 336-506-4322 for more information.   Instructor:  Bill Cauthren 

Call 336-506-4149 or 336-506-4322 to add your name to the interest list.
Location: DC  Hours: 3 Fee: FREE
6/1 T     6-9 pm. Register By 5/26
8/3  T     6-9 pm.   Register By 7/29

 

     

   

No classes this semester.  Please check back for future dates.

Shag Dance

Shag Dance is North Carolina’s official state dance. It is a type of swing dance that developed during the 1930’s and 40’s combining nimble footwork with upbeat rhythm and blues known as beach music. Shag is most often associated with beach music. A dance partner is not required but is suggested. Call 336-506-4149 or 336-506-4322 for more information. Instructors: Sheila Walker

Registration is not complete until payment has been received.
Location: Forest Hills Hours: 12  Fee: $60  
71967    4/5-5/10 M   7-9 pm PAY by 5/31 Register Now_Dance Classes
71968    6/7-7/19* M  7-9 pm PAY by 6/2 Register Now_Dance Classes
*will not meet on 7/5    

 

NEW! Nail Technician Certificate Program

Comprehensive manicurist training provides bilingual (English & Spanish) instruction and clinical practice in a simulated salon. Graduates may sit for State Board examination.   Call 336-290-0543 for more information. Instructor: Ansley Tran

Registration is not complete until payment has been received.
No classes Summer Semester.  Please check back for future dates.

NEW!  Natural Hair Care Specialist 

This course provides instruction and clinical practice in natural hair care. The course content includes sanitation, bacteriology, disinfection, first aid, and shampooing, draping, anatomy, disorders of the hair and scalp, and client consultation. Advanced students apply the following natural hair care techniques: twisting, wrapping, extending, locking, blow-dry, and thermal iron. Natural hair care students must complete the required hours in an approved program before applying to the State Board of Cosmetic Arts for examination. Instructor: Wanda Kirkland

For more information: 
Call Email
336-290-0543 maredding380@alamancecc.edu
336-506-4301 slnewman647@alamancecc.edu
 

Registration is not complete until payment has been received.
Location: DC Hours: 300 Fee: $200.50*  
72112    8/16-12/14** M-F  5:30-9:30 pm Pay by 8/11 Register Now_Natural Hair Care
**Will meet Sa  9/25 & 10/23  9 am-1 pm    

*Textbook & Kit: Information will be provided when registration is complete.

Sign Language

Learn to communicate with hearing impaired individuals and understand the problems involved with deafness. All levels will meet together and break into small groups for practice.  Call 336-506-4149 or 336-506-4322 for more information.  Instructor:  Bud Catoe, Rebekah Kincaid

REGISTRATION IS NOT COMPLETE UNTIL PAYMENT IS RECEIVED.

Location: Forest Hills Hours: 20   Fee: $70  
67694    3/29-5/24  M    6-8:30 pm PAY BY 3/25 Register Now_Continuing Education
71959    6/14-8/9  M    6-8:30 pm PAY BY 6/9 Register Now_Continuing Education

Conversational Spanish, Level I

Students will learn to speak and understand basic words, sentences, and phrases in Spanish. Being bilingual is a great benefit if you work with or help the Spanish-speaking public. Call 336-506-4149 or 336-506-4322 for more information. Instructor: Esther Benbassat

Registration is not complete until payment is received.
Location: DC  Hours: 20  Fee: $73*  
67677   4/19-5/19 MW   6-8 pm PAY BY 4/14 Register Now_Conversational Spanish
71960    6/14-7/26 MW   6-8 pm PAY BY 6/9 Register Now_Conversational Spanish

*Students are responsible for textbooks and materials.

Conversational Spanish, Intermediate

Intermediate level classes are for students that have successfully completed the Level I class but are not ready for the Advanced class.

Classes will be set up when there are enough students. 
Please complete a registration form to be added to the interest list.
Register Now_Interest List

Spanish: Conversational, Advanced

This class is designed for advanced students wishing to enhance conversational skills. Students will use a combination of different books, video lessons and audio tapes to become more familiar with the culture and variations of the Spanish language. Students must have prior approval before joining this class due to the advanced level.  Call 336-506-4149 or 336-506-4322 for more information. Instructor: Ester Benbassat

Registration is not complete until payment is received.
Location: DC  Hours: 24  Fee: $128*  
71961   5/14-8/6** F    12-2 pm  PAY BY 5/11 Register Now_Conversational Spanish, Advanced
**class will not meet on 7/2

   
*Students are responsible for textbooks and materials.

 

This program prepares students to work as paraprofessional Spanish interpreters, facilitating oral communication between people in various community settings such as hospitals, schools and service agencies. Call 336-506-4200 for more information.

Prerequisites (Track 1): 

Curriculum courses DRE 096, DRE 097 and DRE 098 may be required based on placement test scores.

Required Courses (Track 1)

  • Writing and Inquiry (curriculum course ENG 111)
  • Oral Communication (curriculum course ENG 115)
  • Professional Research/Reporting (curriculum course ENG 114)

Prerequisite (Track 2):

Showing proficiency at the Intermediate Spanish II level as determined by testing or successful completion of the curriculum course SPA 212.

Required courses (Track 2):

  • Spanish Reading & Composition (curriculum course SPA 231)
  • Spanish Conversation (curriculum course SPA 221)
  • Spanish Grammar Review (Workforce Development course)

Required courses for both Tracks:

  • Introduction to Spanish Interpreting
  • Analytical Skills in Spanish Interpreting
  • Introduction to Spanish Translation

Intro to Spanish Interpretation & Analytical Skills

This combines two of the required courses above into one long course, to provide a cost-savings to the student. Call 336-506-4200 for more information. Instructor: Carmen Carreno        

REGISTRATION IS NOT COMPLETE UNTIL PAYMENT IS RECEIVED.
Location: ACC Hours: 63 Fee: $183  
71570    4/21-6/9 and 8/2-8/23 MW   5:30-8:30 pm. PAY BY 5/12 Register Now_Spanish Interpreter Program

*will not meet on 5/31, will not meet 6/14-7/29

Acting & Improv for Theatre & Film

A practical experience in the methods and techniques for scene study “Acting and Improvisation” including comedy and drama performances. Classes taught by working professional and veteran film performer. Come learn from an alumni of The Second City in Los Angeles. Register online. Call 336-506-4149 or 336-506-4322 for more information. Instructor: Starr Jones

ATPCS - Atlantic & Pacific Studios,  1714 Carolina Mill Rd, Burlington, 27215

Registration is not complete until payment has been received.
Location: ATPCS Hours: 24 Fee: $70  
71962    5/25-8/10  T   6-8 pm  PAY BY 5/20 Register Now_Movie & Theatre classes

NEW! Acting for the Camera

This Acting class provides an introduction to the technique of performing a level of believability in front of the camera while exploring the fundamental elements while working with the director and the cameraman. Come learn from a veteran Hollywood Film Director and Producer. Call 336-506-4149 or 336-506-4322 for more information. Instructor: Dean Jones.

ATPCS - Atlantic & Pacific Studios,  1714 Carolina Mill Rd, Burlington, 27215

Registration is not complete until payment has been received.
Location: ATPCS Hours: 24 Fee: $70  
71963     5/26-8/11  W   6-8 pm  PAY BY 5/21 Register Now_Movie & Theatre classes

Film Making 101

This course is an in-depth look into the fascinating world of filmmaking and film history. From concept, script, production and post production this course is designed to introduce students to film making from the first-hand knowledge and experience of a two-time Emmy award winning film maker. Call 336-506-4149 or 336-506-4322 for more information.  Instructor:  Dean Jones

ATPCS - Atlantic & Pacific Studios,  1714 Carolina Mill Rd, Burlington, 27215

Registration is not complete until payment has been received.
Location: ATPCS Hours: 24 Fee: $70  
71964    5/24-8/23*  M   6-8 pm  PAY BY 5/19 Register Now_Movie & Theatre classes

*no class on 5/31 or 7/5

   

Wedding & Event Planning, Level  1

Are you a DIY Bride?  Are you planning your own wedding or one for a close friend?  Students will learn an overview of the event industry and how to plan all details of a wedding or special event. The instructor will review the basics of wedding planning and cover such topics as budgeting, venues, safety, etiquette, timelines and much more.   Great for students looking for a new fun career.  Come learn from the owner of a local Event Planning company.  Call 336-506-4149 or 336-506-4322 for more information.  Instructor:   Jennifer Ball

REGISTRATION IS NOT COMPLETE UNTIL PAYMENT IS RECEIVED.
Location: DC Hours: 24    Fee: $73
 
69772    3/4-4/22  TH 6-9 pm PAY BY 3/1 Register Now_Wedding & Event Planning

No classes this semester.  Please check back for future dates.