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Fall 2016 Class Schedule

Discover Your Passion

...at the Center

for Lifelong Learning

August 22 - December 10, 2016

REGISTRATION STARTS JULY 11, 2016


Welcome!

Welcome back to school at the CLL! With more than 350

classes and workshops, including 70 brand-new classes, we

welcome students of all ages to discover their passion - and

the joys of learning something new.

Come explore the mysteries of the human mind and behavior

in our “CLL Presents Psychology and Health" series and don’t

miss Mind Supermind at the New Vic on November 7 th .

Celebrate the fall harvest with new classes such as Beautiful

Holiday Food Treats and experience gastronomic delights in

Local Chefs and Their Favorite Dishes.

Then shop for the holiday season at our annual CLL Arts &

Crafts Fair on Saturday, November 12 th .

Grab a friend and meet some new ones as you rediscover the

joys of learning this fall. We’re so confident you’ll love it that

we offer a Satisfaction Guarantee!

Looking forward to seeing you in class.

Andrew G. Harper,

Executive Director, CLL

Key Dates for Fall 2016

• July 11: Staggered

Registration Begins

• Sept. 5: Labor Day

No classes/Offices closed

• Nov. 11: Veterans Day

No classes/Offices closed

• Nov. 24-27: Thanksgiving

Break No classes/Offices

closed

• Dec. 10: Fall Term Ends

This term, the CLL is pleased to

offer more than 70 brand-new

classes and workshops.

Check out what’s new!

• Argentinian Cuisine from Mendoza

• Caught In A Trap: Creative Stone

Setting Techniques

• Commit to Clean Eating and the

LOVE Diet

• Conquering Chronic Pain

• Crawfish and Catfish and Gumbo, Oh My

• Drawing the Human Figure in Motion

• Fabricated Silver Ring with

Gemstone Inlay

• Joni Mitchell, Her Life and Her Music

• Kundalini and Other Energy Portals to

Spirit

• Local Chefs And Their Favorite Dishes

• Location Photo Shoots with a Pro

• Meditate and Recharge with Yin Yoga

• Old Time Fiddle

• Pizzaiolo Napoletana

• Practicing Mindfulness – Harmony,

Health, Happiness

• Sacred Sites: Tracking Earth Spirit

• Silver Cuttlebone Cast Ring

• Slide Guitar and Open Tunings

…and many more!

PHOTO CREDITS: JETHRO ACOSTA/INFOCUS STUDIO,

CHUCK PLACE PHOTOGRAPHY ©, MONIE PHOTOGRAPHY

Online Registration is Easy www.theCLL.org


Center for Lifelong Learning:

Fall Term 2016

Introduction

Mind & Supermind

21

• Welcome to the CLL

• Key Dates for Fall 2016

• New Classes and Workshops

Arts, Crafts,

Performance

• Arts................................................2

• Crafts & Hobbies: General.......8

• Crafts: Ceramics......................10

• Crafts: Jewelry.......................... 11

• Crafts: Sewing..........................13

• Music & Performing Arts.......13

• Woodworking........................... 17

Body, Mind,

Spirit

10

• Dance, Fitness, & Personal....18

• Health........................................ 22

• Psychology & Spirituality......25

• Mind and Supermind: Nature

of Innovation and Santa

Barbara Entrepreneurship....25

30

Events, Language,

Photo

• Current Events, World Affairs .

& Local Culture........................ 30

• Languages................................ 30

• Photography & Film................32

• Writing & Literature................32

Home & Family

• Computers at Home.............. 34

• Cooking......................................35

• Genealogy................................. 38

• Home & Garden....................... 38

• Parenting.................................. 38

• Mature Driver

Certifications........................... 40

• Non-Profit Skills..................... 40

• Personal Finance & .

Home Business....................... 40

16

Nature, Science,

Recreation

• Games........................................ 42

• Recreation................................ 42

• Science & Nature.................... 43

General

Information

35

• Board and Leadership .

Staff............................................ 44

• Connect with the CLL!.......... 44

• Directory of Locations.......... 45

• Staggered Registration......... 45

• Campus Maps.......................... 46

• Index by Category...................47

• Important Information &

Policies..................................50-B

• Three Easy Ways to Register .

for CLL Classes!........................51

• SBCC CLL Registration

Form............................................51

Classes & workshops start every week!


Arts, Crafts,

Performance

Create your passion…

at the Center

➜ Ukulele Playing for Today: Play Today not Tomorrow (p. 17)

ARTS

➜ Abstract Painting

You will paint inspiring and luscious abstract paintings with weekly

projects studying the distinct styles and techniques of cutting edge

abstract painters. Generous weekly color handouts will be given

for a deeper understanding of this intriguing art form. You will

learn breakthrough techniques and the instructor’s texture recipes

along with easily mastering the use of color and how to mix it with

tantalizing compositions in this rich art form. Paint in a comfortable

atmosphere with one-on-one instruction. A materials list will be

provided by email as well as in the first class.

Course number: 402401

ID 19479 ❯ Jill Sattler • Sep 8 - Nov 17 • Schott, Rm 5

11 Thursdays • 1:00PM - 4:00PM • $198 + Materials $15

➜ Animals Alive: Drawing at the Zoo

Looking for a new type of drawing class outside of the classroom?

Drawing animals and birds is an exciting and fascinating type of

portraiture, and involves unique skill sets. Enjoy meeting your

class and teacher at the Santa Barbara Zoo to draw rare and exotic

animals live, rather than from photography. Learn how to break

down the structure of an animal with basic shapes, develop the

ability to capture animals’ gestures in their movement and enhance

your drawings with varying forms and textures.

Note: Easels not provided. Please bring a small drawing pad and

portable drawing tools for easy movement to different animal

enclosures. Materials fee covers SB Zoo admission.

Course number: 402470

ID 19483 ❯ Lauren Manzo • Sep 8 - Nov 10 • Santa Barbara Zoo, Zoo

Entrance

10 Thursdays • 10:00AM - 1:00PM • $180 + Materials $55

➜ All About Watercolor Painting Outdoors

This outdoor painting class is for all levels. Adding watercolor to

your simplest sketches can be fun and exciting. Join us as you learn

about this extremely expressive medium while you explore Santa

Barbara’s countless picturesque scenes, just waiting for your unique

interpretation. A complete watercolor painting demonstration at

each location as well as personalized instruction will be offered.

Focus will also be on composition, simplifying perspective, color,

and finding your own style.

Course number: 402388

ID 19488 ❯ (Tom) Louis Henderson • Sep 8 - Nov 17 • Schott, Rm 3

11 Thursdays • 9:30AM - 12:30PM • $198 + Materials $5

➜ Anatomy and Figure Drawing: Drawing from

the Inside Out

A little anatomy goes a long way. Let your new understanding

of bone and muscles allow you to create an accurate and truer

expression of the human form. Displays and diagrams help you

visualize as you work with a live model to capture the nuance

of light and shadow. Watch your drawings come alive using

techniques developed by the masters of art. See and render from

knowledge combined with your artistic instinct. Capture the beauty

and complexity of the human body like never before.

Course number: 402475

ID 19708 ❯ Valori Fussell • Aug 23 - Nov 29 • Schott, Rm 23

15 Tuesdays • 1:30PM - 4:30PM • $270 + Lab $86 + Materials $5

➜ Antiques and Art: Field Trip

Enjoy this full day field trip to a major museum exhibition. Benefit

from the insights and information of your expert teacher / tour

guide. We might be visiting the Getty or LACMA in Los Angeles, the

Norton Simon Museum in Pasadena, or the Huntington Garden in

Orange County.

Note: NOTE: See online listing for location and details.

Course number: 401243

ID 19564 SAT ❯ Alice Karle • Oct 22 • Schott, Main Entrance to Schott

on Padre Street

1 Saturday • 9:15AM - 8:00PM • $24 + Materials $60

➜ Art and Craft of Printmaking

Create a unique monotype by applying printing ink to one surface

(a plate) and printing the image to paper by means of pressure (an

etching press). Several other types of printmaking can be combined

with the monotype and over three terms of this course you will also

print using relief, intaglio and collagraph processes. This course is

for both beginning and advanced students and every class includes

lecture, demonstrations and hands-on practice in using these

techniques.

Course number: 430029

ID 19485 ❯ Siu Zimmerman • Sep 9 - Oct 28 • Schott, Rm 23

8 Fridays • 10:00AM - 2:00PM • $192 + Lab $14 + Materials $45

2 Register online at www.theCLL.org / SBCC Center for Lifelong Learning / FALL 2016


➜ Artist’s Open Studio Workshop

Join your friends, paint in an open lab setting and receive individual

attention, encouragement and constructive criticism. This class

is an opportunity to examine and identify personal interests and

aptitudes as painters. One-on-one instruction provided. Projects

for those wishing assignments. All media welcome, for artists of all

levels.

Course number: 402456

ID 19472 ❯ Paige Wilson • Sep 6 - Nov 29 • Wake, Rm 7

13 Tuesdays • 1:00PM - 4:00PM • $293 + Materials $7

➜ Asian Art: Chinese Brush Painting

Chinese calligraphy and brush painting are ancient and revered

fine arts. Chinese calligraphy depicts beautiful images in dynamic

dancing movements with rhythm of music. The ink is singing &

the brush is dancing. Learn Chinese calligraphy and the spiritual

meaning behind the characters. Lectures on the symbolism of

each subject and composition. Learn to use Chinese brushes,

watercolor materials, color-loading techniques & methods. Create

elegant Asian subjects: bamboo, floral, animal, landscape, and

special topics. Weekly demonstrations, individual attention, and

instructional handouts. Come and enjoy a quiet meditation to begin

your creative process. All skill levels welcome.

Note: A review of art supplies on the first day. This Fall term we will

paint Lotus & Dragonfly.

Course number: 402426

ID 19476 ❯ Suemae Willhite • Sep 20 - Nov 1 • Wake, Rm 7

7 Tuesdays • 9:00AM - 12:00PM • $147 + Materials $18

ID 19477 ❯ Suemae Willhite • Sep 21 - Nov 2 • Wake, Rm 7

7 Wednesdays • 1:00PM - 4:00PM • $147 + Materials $18

➜ Assemblage Art Workshop NEW!

Assemblage is a form of three-dimensional visual art that is made

from everyday found objects. Turn your found objects into one-ofa-kind

pieces of art in this ‘hands-on’ and ‘how-to’ workshop. You’ll

need to supply all objects to work with including wooden boxes to

work within or panels to work on, wooden items, figurines, papers,

photos or cigar boxes. Anything that speaks to you, the older the

better! Discover your own inner voice, and come away with an

assemblage masterpiece. Note: Students of all levels are welcome.

Course number: 402492

ID 19504 ❯ Susan Tibbles • Sep 9 - Sep 11 • Schott, Rm 5

Fri., Sat., and Sun. • 10:00AM - 3:00PM • $240 + Lab $10 + Materials

$20

➜ Beginning Oil Painting

Introduces, describes and applies the basic techniques of oil

painting. Topics include: tools and materials, black/white values,

color mixing and color theory, aerial/linear perspective, and subject

matter including landscape, seascape, still life, portraiture and

abstraction. Beginning and more advanced students are welcome.

May include field trip sites for landscape painting experience.

Course number: 402376

ID 19465 ❯ Catharine Runkle • Sep 26 - Nov 14 • Wake, Rm 7

8 Mondays • 9:00AM - 12:00PM • $144 + Materials $15

➜ Beginning Oil Painting Basics and Beyond

Students learn about materials, set-up and palette-mixing, color

combinations that work, and the use of light. Artistic techniques

of applying paint to canvas include brushes and palette knife.

Students gain exposure to various styles of painting, from still life to

landscape, representational to abstract, including impressionistic.

Offered in a relaxed setting with individual guidance to help

beginning students gain confidence as they learn techniques.

Course number: 402439

ID 19443 SAT ❯ Thomas Van Stein • Sep 17 - Nov 19 • Schott, Rm 23

10 Saturdays • 9:00AM - 12:00PM • $210 + Materials $5

➜ Beginning Watercolor: Painting with the Flow

Watercolor can be fun, especially when you lose yourself in the

flow of the creative process. In this beginning watercolor class, with

emphasis on landscape painting, students will be encouraged to

paint freely and discover individual style. We’ll cover color mixing

and color theory, composition, the elements of design and how to

make your paintings come to life by utilizing the effect of light and

shadow. Includes painting demonstrations and creative warm-up

exercises.

Course number: 402378

ID 19486 EVE ❯ (Tom) Louis Henderson • Sep 6 - Nov 22 • Schott, Rm 5

12 Tuesdays • 6:00PM - 9:00PM • $216 + Materials $5

➜ Beginning Watercolor: Starting Right,

Painting Loose NEW!

Make watercolor painting your new passion. This class will get

you started correctly and provide all of the tips and techniques to

help you master this challenging medium. Develop an attitude and

freedom of expression as you paint to unleash your inner artist.

Discover the joy of watercolor.

Course number: 402431

ID 19496 ❯ Rick Osgood • Sep 6 - Oct 25 • Schott, Rm 5

8 Tuesdays • 9:00AM - 12:00PM • $160 + Materials $6

➜ Botanical Illustration and Nature’s Gems

Explore the illustration of flowers, and other small treasures. Learn

to see and appreciate the unique character and variety in nature.

Study the physiology and structure of plants, seeds, pods, feathers,

shells and more. Develop your talents and techniques while using

pencil, pen, watercolor and a variety of tools. Expand your skills

while studying the details and subtlety of form, line, texture, and

color. Students of all skill levels welcome.

Course number: 402390

ID 19464 ❯ Catharine Runkle • Sep 27 - Nov 22 • Schott, Rm 20

9 Tuesdays • 1:00PM - 4:00PM • $162 + Materials $5

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ARTS, CRAFTS, PERFORMANCE

➜ Collage and Mixed Media Construction

This class teaches students composition and hands-on technique

for collage and mixed media. Students will complete collage and

mixed media projects, emphasizing the principles and elements of

composition.

Course number: 402411

ID 19433 ❯ Susan Tibbles • Sep 12 - Oct 10 • Schott, Rm 20

5 Mondays • 12:15PM - 3:15PM • $120 + Materials $14

ID 19432 ❯ Susan Tibbles • Oct 17 - Nov 14 • Schott, Rm 20

5 Mondays • 12:15PM - 3:15PM • $120 + Materials $14

➜ Color and Light: Fresh Watercolor Painting

The student discovers how to make bright, loose, free-flowing

paintings filled with light and color using layers of transparent

watercolor and white paper. Students use paper, paints, water and

brushes and experiment with color to create interpretive florals,

landscapes and abstracts. Features demonstrations plus time for

personalized instruction in the basics of dynamic composition,

value control, color temperature and color mixing.

Course number: 402432

ID 19489 ❯ Kaaren Robertson • Sep 7 - Nov 9 • Schott, Rm 23

10 Wednesdays • 9:00AM - 12:00PM • $180 + Materials $5

➜ Color Workshop with Thomas Van Stein

NEW!

Discover how to harness the world of color. Demystify the

perceived complexity surrounding color usage by exploring

techniques/ tools to help you make breakthroughs in your artwork.

Uncover guaranteed strategies to improve your own knowledge

and sophistication regarding color sensibilities and aesthetics.

Come away with a new sense of control in your color choices. Oils

and Acrylics are preferred and Watercolors are acceptable.

Course number: 402493

ID 19511 ❯ Thomas Van Stein • Aug 22 - Aug 25 • Schott, Rm 23

Mon., Tue., Wed., Thu. • 9:00AM - 1:00PM • $160 + Materials $5

➜ Drawing for the True Beginner

Not an artist? Learn the basic drawing skills and techniques suitable

for complete beginners. Find out how to ‘see’ and then record your

observations. Through drawing a variety of subject matter that

highlight different drawing techniques, you will build a drawing

‘toolkit’ that will, with practice, enable you to draw practically

anything. Learn the basic foundations of drawing including

perspective, foreshortening, measuring, shading, and the affects

of light and shadow. Discover and practice new drawing skills, and

develop confidence in your ‘inner artist’.

Course number: 402373

ID 19436 ❯ Colin Gray • Aug 24 - Nov 9 • Schott, Rm 20

12 Wednesdays • 9:00AM - 12:00PM • $216 + Materials $5

ID 19470 EVE ❯ Paige Wilson • Sep 6 - Nov 29 • Wake, Rm 7

13 Tuesdays • 6:30PM - 9:00PM • $244 + Materials $7

➜ Draw Your Way through Art History

Here is art history with a whole new slant. Develop your drawing

skills as you render major artistic expressions throughout the ages.

From the murals of Pompeii, spiritual Chinese paintings, French

Impressionists, Andy Warhol, Art Deco, Art Nouveau, Diego Rivera

to Georgia O’Keefe, you will get a first-hand experience recording

your impressions on paper. Take a tour through the ages with the

world’s leading art styles, and get a sense of why we’re where we

are today. You will love applying the old techniques in your own

way, making art history come alive like it’s never done before. Open

to all levels.

Course number: 402478

ID 19480 ❯ Barbara Eberhart • Sep 7 - Nov 2 • Schott, Rm 5

9 Wednesdays • 1:00PM - 4:00PM • $162 + Materials $5

➜ Drawing the Human Figure in Motion

NEW!

Capture the spirit of the pose using a step-by-step process.

Experiment with emphasis on description of form, quick sketch

gesture, and construction of volume and structure. Practice

techniques that help you express your imagination in a dimensional

way as live models demonstrate the movement. Take your figure

drawing abilities to the next step with individual attention from your

experienced teacher.

Course number: 402494

ID 19505 EVE ❯ Skye Harris • Sep 7 - Sep 28 • Schott, Rm 23

4 Wednesdays • 6:30PM - 8:30PM • $48 + Lab $15 + Materials $5

ID 19506 EVE ❯ Skye Harris • Oct 5 - Oct 26 • Schott, Rm 23

4 Wednesdays • 6:30PM - 8:30PM • $48 + Lab $15 + Materials $5

ID 19507 EVE ❯ Skye Harris • Nov 2 - Nov 30 • Schott, Rm 23

5 Wednesdays • 6:30PM - 8:30PM • $60 + Lab $19 + Materials $5

4 Register online at www.theCLL.org / SBCC Center for Lifelong Learning / FALL 2016


➜ Driven to Abstraction: Inspiring Applications in

Abstract Painting

Create lush and distinctive abstract paintings with weekly

assignments studying the works of specific quintessential

abstract painters in a supportive environment. Inspiring styles and

techniques are the focus of this class with individualized one on

one work with the instructor. Generous color handouts are given

as important learning tools to accompany this fascinating art form.

Each student will master a body of work inspired by riveting break

through techniques of these artists including the instructor’s own

unique textural paint formulas.

Course number: 402442

ID 19478 ❯ Jill Sattler • Sep 6 - Nov 15 • Schott, Rm 5

11 Tuesdays • 1:00PM - 4:00PM • $198 + Materials $15

➜ Exploring Watercolor

Everybody loves watercolors. Come discover the fun of exploring

watercolor painting. Enhance, improve and increase your

knowledge and skills in watercolor painting. Discover more about

color theory, value, composition and a multitude of watercolor

techniques. Enjoy a lively, supportive class environment that

includes lecture, demonstration, handouts and critique. Everyone

benefits. Everyone has fun.

Note: This class is designed for students with some watercolor

painting experience.

Course number: 402375

ID 19474 ❯ Cathy Quiel • Oct 13 - Dec 1 • Schott, Rm 5

7 Thursdays • 9:30AM - 12:30PM • $168 + Materials $6

➜ Figure Drawing and Painting with Rick Stich

NEW!

Develop your figure drawing skills under the guidance of a

professional artist. Beginning and intermediate level students alike

will benefit from the opportunity of drawing directly from a live

model. No matter what your learning style or experience may be,

you’ll see yourself improve with generous individualized instruction

in an encouraging community atmosphere.

Note: Minors (under age 18) are not allowed in this class.

Course number: 402488

ID 19441 EVE ❯ Richard Stich • Sep 13 - Oct 11 • Schott, Rm 23

5 Tuesdays • 6:30PM - 9:30PM • $90 + Lab $29 + Materials $5

ID 19440 EVE ❯ Richard Stich • Oct 25 - Nov 22 • Schott, Rm 23

5 Tuesdays • 6:30PM - 9:30PM • $90 + Lab $29 + Materials $5

➜ Figure Drawing with Bob Mask NEW!

Develop your figure drawing skills under the guidance of a

professional artist. Beginning and intermediate level students alike

will benefit from the opportunity of drawing directly from a live

model. No matter what your learning style or experience may be,

you’ll see yourself improve with generous individualized instruction

in an encouraging community atmosphere.

Note: Minors (under age 18) are not allowed in this class.

Course number: 402485

ID 19490 ❯ Robert Mask • Aug 24 - Sep 21 • Schott, Rm 22

5 Wednesdays • 9:00AM - 12:00PM • $90 + Lab $29 + Materials $5

ID 19491 EVE ❯ Robert Mask • Aug 25 - Sep 22 • Schott, Rm 23

5 Thursdays • 6:30PM - 9:30PM • $90 + Lab $29 + Materials $5

ID 19492 ❯ Robert Mask • Sep 28 - Oct 26 • Schott, Rm 22

5 Wednesdays • 9:00AM - 12:00PM • $90 + Lab $29 + Materials $5

ID 19493 EVE ❯ Robert Mask • Sep 29 - Oct 27 • Schott, Rm 23

5 Thursdays • 6:30PM - 9:30PM • $90 + Lab $29 + Materials $5

ID 19494 ❯ Robert Mask • Nov 2 - Nov 30 • Schott, Rm 22

5 Wednesdays • 9:00AM - 12:00PM • $90 + Lab $29 + Materials $5

ID 19495 EVE ❯ Robert Mask • Nov 3 - Dec 1 • Schott, Rm 23

4 Thursdays • 6:30PM - 9:30PM • $72 + Lab $23 + Materials $5

“Tips for Successful

Assemblage Projects”

with Susan Tibbles

Assemblage is a great medium to express yourself.

Assemblage is an art form where you are free

to do what you want. Don’t be afraid to hit all the

pressure points and buttons like:

• Politics

• Religion

• Social issues

Go for all of them! You’ll love it!

➜ Figure Drawing for the Absolute Beginner

You can learn to draw from the model with easy step-by-step

directions, basic anatomy and portrait tips. Demonstrations and

personal one-on-one guidance by the instructor will help you feel

confident, comfortable and capable of successfully drawing the

human figure.

Note: Minors (under age 18) are not allowed in this class.

Course number: 402413

ID 19484 ❯ Lauren Manzo • Sep 7 - Nov 23 • Schott, Rm 23

12 Wednesdays • 1:00PM - 4:00PM • $216 + Lab $68 + Materials $5

Susan’s Fall CLL classes:

➜ Assemblage Art Workshop (p. 3)

➜ Collage and Mixed Media Construction (p. 4)

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ARTS, CRAFTS, PERFORMANCE

➜ Figure Drawing with Colin Gray

Develop your figure drawing skills under the guidance of a

professional artist. Beginning and intermediate level students alike

will benefit from the opportunity of drawing directly from a live

model. No matter what your learning style or experience may be,

you’ll see yourself improve with generous individualized instruction

in an encouraging community atmosphere.

Note: Minors (under age 18) are not allowed in this class.

Course number: 402486

ID 19437 ❯ Colin Gray • Sep 1 - Nov 10 • Schott, Rm 23

11 Thursdays • 9:00AM - 12:00PM • $198 + Lab $63 + Materials $5

➜ Figure Drawing with Tom Henderson NEW!

Develop your figure drawing skills under the guidance of a

professional artist. Beginning and intermediate level students alike

will benefit from the opportunity of drawing directly from a live

model. No matter what your learning style or experience may be,

you’ll see yourself improve with generous individualized instruction

in an encouraging community atmosphere.

Note: Minors (under age 18) are not allowed in this class.

Course number: 402490

ID 19487 ❯ (Tom) Louis Henderson • Sep 6 - Nov 22 • Schott, Rm 23

12 Tuesdays • 9:00AM - 12:00PM • $216 + Lab $68 + Materials $5

➜ Finishing Techniques for Successful Paintings

Finishing is an art in itself. Sometimes all one needs to do to ‘Finish’

a painting is receive a bit of critique and guidance as to how to

apply specific techniques. Working on newer and older paintings,

you will explore various options/possibilities and tools utilized by

past and contemporary masters in order to bring about certain

desired affects. Glazing, scraping, sanding, and toning are examples

we will utilize to bring about more realized expressions on canvas.

This intimate studio setting shared with fellow artists dialoguing

about process, historical content, while experimenting to finish

their own paintings is an invaluable and conducive step toward

turning your own paintings into greater works of art.

Course number: 402480

ID 19466 SAT ❯ Thomas Van Stein • Sep 17 - Nov 19 • Schott, Rm 23

10 Saturdays • 1:00PM - 4:00PM • $210 + Materials $5

➜ Impressionism versus Expressionism: Art at a

Turning Point NEW!

Nineteenth century avant-garde movements pushed the boundaries

of ‘acceptable’ and ‘familiar’ in European art. Striking images of

Impressionist and Expressionist works of art will guide you as you

trace the stylistic differences between these famous movements.

Explore the historical significance of famous - and infamous -

paintings by investigating the work of iconic artists whose work

influenced these movements. Sharpen your artistic eye and come

away with an enhanced understanding of how Impressionist and

Expressionist artists shaped modern day art.

Course number: 402495

ID 19657 ❯ Ursula Ginder • Sep 7 • Schott, Rm 3

1 Wednesday • 10:00AM - 12:00PM • $16

ID 19658 EVE ❯ Ursula Ginder • Sep 13 • Schott, Rm 3

1 Tuesday • 7:30PM - 9:30PM • $16

➜ Intermediate and Advanced Painting

Students develop skills in composition, simplification of subject,

and presentation. Students are encouraged to bring to class new

painting ideas, works in progress, or older paintings needing

revision. Class is structured as a semi-tutorial open studio

atmosphere.

Course number: 402379

ID 19623 ❯ Richard Askew • Sep 12 - Nov 14 • Schott, Rm 20

10 Mondays • 9:00AM - 12:00PM • $210

ID 19638 ❯ Richard Askew • Sep 15 - Nov 17 • Schott, Rm 20

10 Thursdays • 9:00AM - 12:00PM • $210

➜ Intermediate Drawing

This Intermediate drawing class will build on your basic drawing

knowledge (see Drawing for the True Beginner) and focus on

developing line quality, use of color, shadow and shading,

composition, foreshortening, as well as use of different drawing

materials including pencil, pen and ink, and scratchboard. Designed

for students who want to improve their drawing skills, prepare for

painting or watercolor classes, or develop independent works.

Weekly subject matter will change, to enhance and challenge

students drawing skills.

Course number: 402430

ID 19435 ❯ Colin Gray • Aug 24 - Nov 9 • Schott, Rm 20

12 Wednesdays • 1:00PM - 4:00PM • $216 + Materials $5

➜ Landscape Oil Painting From Photos

Good photographs are just the jumping off point for creating

great landscape paintings. Paint with more dynamic colors by

applying one of the three great color schemes. This course includes

instruction and demonstration of creating an oil painting from a

photo from start to finish. You will analyze your photo through

drawing, color mixing and completion. You then will create

paintings from your own photos, with individual hands on help and

critique from the instructor. One class meeting will be a field trip to

take photographs and learn to compose with your camera.

Course number: 402466

ID 19414 ❯ Elaine Wilson • Aug 25 - Nov 10 • Schott, Rm 22

12 Thursdays • 9:30AM - 12:30PM • $243 + Materials $5

➜ Light and Shadow in Art: A Plein Air Painting

Experience

This course teaches students the fundamentals of light and

shadow in painting. Technical skills in the use of oils, acrylics, and

watercolors, are utilized to capture the quality of light and color

relationships on a two-dimensional surface.

Course number: 402397

ID 19442 ❯ Thomas Van Stein • Sep 14 - Nov 16 • Butterfly Lane,

Butterfly Beach

10 Wednesdays • 9:00AM - 12:00PM • $210

6 Register online at www.theCLL.org / SBCC Center for Lifelong Learning / FALL 2016


➜ Modeling the Figure in Clay

Students explore techniques of modeling three-dimensional human

figures in water-based clay. Observation of live models provides the

basis for instruction in skills of construction, proportion, anatomy,

gesture, texture and patina, with the ultimate goal of creating

a lively, expressive figure. Creating a self-supporting clay figure

addresses the following topics: analyzing the challenges presented

by the pose, planning sequential construction, using scale

measurements, applying materials, tools and armatures, texturing

and finishing techniques, firing preparation, applying patinas and

presenting final project.

Note: Minors (under age 18) are not allowed in this class.

Course number: 451360

ID 19438 ❯ Story Kornbluth • Sep 6 - Oct 4 • Schott, Rm 22

5 Tuesdays • 9:00AM - 12:00PM • $105

ID 19439 ❯ Story Kornbluth • Oct 11 - Nov 15 • Schott, Rm 22

6 Tuesdays • 9:00AM - 12:00PM • $126

➜ Painting or Drawing the Costumed Model

Expand your art skills through drawing or painting a clothed model.

Even an experienced artist will flourish through working in an

intimate setting and in a small group to enhance your skills. Receive

one-on-one guidance from an experienced teacher using a variety

of modalities including graphite, colored pencils, water soluble

crayons, conte crayon, ink, oil pastels, watercolor, acrylic or water

based oils. No solvent based oils, charcoal or soft pastels will be

used. Recommend for intermediate or advanced artists.

Course number: 402482

ID 19467 ❯ Gregory LeRoy • Aug 25 - Sep 1 • Wake, Rm 7

2 Thursdays • 1:30PM - 4:30PM • $48 + Lab $12

ID 19468 ❯ Gregory LeRoy • Sep 15 - Dec 1 • Wake, Rm 7

11 Thursdays • 1:30PM - 4:30PM • $198 + Lab $63 + Materials $5

➜ Pastels and Colored Pencils NEW!

A course designed for students who have beginning to advanced

skills using pastels and colored pencils. Color theory, including

split-primaries, warm and cool color relationships, referencing

shadows, highlights, and using color to enhance perspective are

explored. Strong emphasis on composition and using local color as

well as specific color schemes such as complimentary, analogous

and split complimentary colors.

Course number: 402421

ID 19683 ❯ Barbara Eberhart • Sep 9 - Nov 4 • Schott, Rm 20

9 Fridays • 9:00AM - 12:00PM • $162 + Materials $15

ID 19680 EVE ❯ Barbara Eberhart • Sep 12 - Nov 7 • Wake, Rm 7

9 Mondays • 6:00PM - 9:00PM • $162 + Materials $15

➜ Portrait Drawing

Students experience the challenge, excitement and creative selfexpression

of portrait drawing. This class emphasizes the underlying

anatomy to help students build a believable likeness. An exploration

of the effects of light on the planes of the head and neck help

the student connect the head to the figure. Each class has ample

individual instruction, a valuable demonstration and group critique.

The instructor is a nationally respected portrait artist who has

painted many important American families.

Course number: 402436

ID 19665 ❯ Valori Fussell • Aug 29 - Nov 28 • Schott, Rm 23

13 Mondays • 9:30AM - 12:30PM • $234 + Lab $74 + Materials $5

➜ Saturday Stone Carving, Beginners to

Intermediate

Enjoy learning the fundamentals of stone carving, focusing on

the basic techniques of carving and the development of ideas and

forms. Beginners use hand tools to carve alabaster. Intermediate

carvers will work in a full range of stone using hand and power

tools. Start with an idea and finish with a beautiful stone carving.

Course number: 405370

ID 19399 SAT ❯ Rebecca Davis • Oct 15 - Dec 3 • SBCC, Humanities

Building - outside room H-104

7 Saturdays • 9:30AM - 12:30PM • $126 + Materials $20

➜ Splashing Watercolor 1 and 2

Through lecture, demonstrations and handouts, students will

learn a variety of beginning and intermediate level approaches

and techniques to watercolor. Students explore a variety of styles,

color theory and composition. Strong emphasis on color and light.

Students will receive individualized and group instruction and

critiques.

Course number: 402423

ID 19475 ❯ Cathy Quiel • Oct 12 - Nov 30 • Schott, Rm 5

8 Wednesdays • 9:30AM - 12:30PM • $192 + Materials $6

➜ Still Life Painting

Using the still life format students will select objects or areas of

interest, create a composition and make a painting. Topics include

techniques used in painting with oils, acrylics, water color and

pastel and an examination of still life painting from origins to

contemporary methods.

Course number: 402406

ID 19471 ❯ Paige Wilson • Sep 8 - Dec 1 • Schott, Rm 20

12 Thursdays • 1:00PM - 4:00PM • $270 + Materials $7

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➜ Stories in Art - American Art and Artists

Stories in American art is an overview of important and uniquely

American art movements. We learn about the artist’s role that both

reflected and shaped our history, culture and singular heritage.

Look at art forms including and beyond painting for past 300

plus years. Art and design theory are examined as well as what

has shaped and propelled changes and growth in American art

forms. You will see hundreds of beautiful art images in power point

presentations. No art background is needed. Join us for a lively and

informative class.

Course number: 402449

ID 19469 EVE ❯ (Jodi) Joanne Miles • Sep 8 - Oct 6 • Wake, Rm 26

5 Thursdays • 5:00PM - 6:00PM • $30

➜ What’s it Worth?

What’s the value of your inherited or collected fine art, sculpture,

folk art, ceramics, sterling silver, modern master prints, important

library books, or other fine & decorative art items? Certified ANA

Appraiser Alice Karle brings her 20 years of experience to this

roadshow style class providing limited scope verbal value estimates

for up to two items per student. Bring your sense of wonder,

curiosity, and of course your sense of humor.

Course number: 401241

ID 19481 SAT ❯ Alice Karle • Nov 5 • Schott, Auditorium

1 Saturday • 1:30PM - 4:30PM • $24

➜ Working with Galleries to Market Your Art

You studied art, took art classes and courses. You created some

fabulous pieces and want to enter the world of art now. Ever

wondered how to make the leap from art as your hobby to art

as a potential income stream? Discover what to know about the

business of art. Get answers to how, when and where to present

your work. Find out how artist-gallery relations work. Join us

for useful information and discussion, and come away with an

understanding of how to market your art as a business.

Course number: 402481

ID 19429 ❯ Jack Mohr • Sep 6 - Sep 27 • Schott, Rm 3

4 Tuesdays • 9:30AM - 11:30AM • $64

CRAFTS & HOBBIES: GENERAL

➜ Bow and Arrows and Archery Workshop

In this hands-on class you’ll develop the skills for crafting and using

your own traditional bow and arrows! Watch your confidence

grow as you create and use a functional work of art. Topics such

as selecting the best wood, bow design and shaping, string and

arrow making, proper archery techniques, and much more will be

covered.

Course number: 405019

ID 19428 SAT ❯ Richard Saffold • Oct 8 - Nov 5 • Wake, Rm 10

Carpentry Lab

5 Saturdays • 9:30AM - 12:30PM • $105 + Materials $20

➜ Flower Arranging and Florist Style Designing

Take your pick of florist style flower arranging or western garden

style flower arranging all inclusive. Taught by a professional florist of

35 years. Learn the secrets and techniques of floristry in either style.

For home, office, event or competition.

Course number: 409014

ID 19482 ❯ Richard Finn • Oct 3 - Nov 14 • Schott, Rm 5

7 Mondays • 9:00AM - 12:00PM • $126 + Materials $15

➜ Glass Arts Workshop

Students of all levels receive individualized instruction in the glass

arts, including leaded stained glass, copper foil stained glass, fusing,

mosaic, and sandblasting.

Course number: 451333

ID 19418 ❯ Lorraine Vanhecke • Sep 2 - Dec 2 • Wake, Rm 11 Stained

Glass Lab

12 Fridays • 9:00AM - 12:00PM • $249 + Lab $61 + Materials $10

ID 19419 EVE ❯ Lorraine Vanhecke • Sep 15 - Nov 17 • Wake, Rm 11

Stained Glass Lab

10 Thursdays • 6:00PM - 9:00PM • $209 + Lab $51 + Materials $10

➜ Glass Creations: Leaded, Copper Foil,

Sandblasting and Mosaic

In this hands-on class, we discover the beauty of glass and all that it

has to offer! You will create a beautiful piece that you will be proud

to say you made yourself. Learn to understand glass and enjoy

working in this special medium. Don’t shy away if you don’t have

any experience - this class is designed for students of all levels.

Course number: 451365

ID 19416 ❯ Lorraine Vanhecke • Aug 30 - Nov 29 • Wake, Rm 11 Stained

Glass Lab

14 Tuesdays • 9:00AM - 12:00PM • $249 + Lab $42 + Materials $10

ID 19417 ❯ Lorraine Vanhecke • Sep 1 - Dec 1 • Wake, Rm 11 Stained

Glass Lab

13 Thursdays • 9:00AM - 12:00PM • $229 + Lab $39 + Materials $10

➜ Glass Fusing

Students will learn basic skills to create several fused glass pieces.

Emphasis will be placed on creating functional, yet artistic pieces,

including a small plate or bowl. The class will be taught at a relaxed

pace with emphasis on artistry and fun. Students will experience the

wonderfully equipped glass studio.

Course number: 451371

ID 19420 ❯ Lorraine Vanhecke • Aug 31 - Nov 30 • Wake, Rm 11 Stained

Glass Lab

14 Wednesdays • 11:00AM - 2:00PM • $289 + Lab $71 + Materials $10

ID 19521 ❯ Carolyn Holguin • Sep 12 - Nov 28 • Wake, Rm 11 Stained

Glass Lab

12 Mondays • 2:00PM - 5:00PM • $249 + Lab $61 + Materials $10

ID 19522 EVE ❯ Carolyn Holguin • Sep 14 - Nov 30 • Wake, Rm 11

Stained Glass Lab

12 Wednesdays • 6:00PM - 9:00PM • $249 + Lab $61 + Materials $10

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➜ Indigo Shibori Using Natural Plant and

Protein Fibers NEW!

Shibori is a creative, Japanese manual resist dyeing technique which

produces unique one-of-a-kind patterns on fabric in a myriad of

designs and combinations. This introductory class focuses on the

basics of using the indigo plant to create a color-fast dye for cotton

and other plant fibers. Discover and practice the manual techniques

required for Shibori such as squeezing- stitching- wringing/

wrapping, and folding. Create and bring home your own wonderful

one-of-a-kind artistic Shibori fabric masterpieces.

Note: Student create ceramic materials for the Empty Bowls event

Course number: 451410

ID 19586 ❯ Raychel Rogers • Aug 26 - Aug 27 • Schott, Rm 23

Friday • 9:00AM - 5:00PM • Saturday • 9:00AM - 3:00PM • $120 + Lab

$12 + Materials $50

➜ Intermediate and Advanced Glass Fusing

Returning students will be taught a new firing and decorative

technique each term. You will learn how to use these techniques

to enhance your fused glass pieces. Firing schedules for advanced

projects will also be discussed. This class will be taught at a relaxed

pace with the mature student in mind. Join us in our wonderfully

equipped glass studio and we will turn up the heat.

Course number: 451350

ID 19519 EVE ❯ Carolyn Holguin • Sep 12 - Nov 28 • Wake, Rm 11

Stained Glass Lab

12 Mondays • 5:30PM - 8:30PM • $249 + Lab $61 + Materials $10

ID 19520 ❯ Carolyn Holguin • Sep 13 - Nov 29 • Wake, Rm 11 Stained

Glass Lab

12 Tuesdays • 1:00PM - 4:00PM • $249 + Lab $61 + Materials $10

➜ Intro to Glass Fusing - Holiday Workshop

Discover the art of Glass Fusing in this special class designed for the

true beginner. Come and see what beauty emerges when different

pieces of glass are slowly and artfully melted together. Glass Fusing

may be used to create functional pieces or you may fuse glass into

ornaments for that special holiday gift! Projects are limited only by

your creativity! In just a few hours you may find yourself fascinated

with Glass Fusing.

Course number: 451399

ID 19654 SAT ❯ Carolyn Holguin • Nov 12 - Nov 19 • Wake, Rm 11

Stained Glass Lab

2 Saturdays • 10:00AM - 2:00PM • $55 + Lab $14 + Materials $30

➜ Make Your Own Sugar Skulls and

Chocolate Skulls

Leading up to the Day of the Dead you can find many shops and

markets offering a wide variety of colorful ‘Calaveras de azúcar’

- sugar skulls. Now you can make your own as gifts or unique

decorations. Have fun learning this unique process with the simple

step-by-step instructions and easy to master techniques required

to create these magical skulls. Also make eatable chocolate skulls

to accompany your decorative skulls. Make this fascinating annual

tasty activity a new family tradition.

Course number: 451400

ID 19553 SAT ❯ Irma Esquivel-Kromis • Oct 15 • Schott, Rm 27 Culinary

Lab

1 Saturday • 10:00AM - 1:00PM • $24 + Lab $3 + Materials $8

➜ Shrine of a Lifetime: Create a Mexican Folk Art

Nicho

Create a Mexican shrine, or nicho, typically associated with the Day

of the Dead celebrations. Work with various mixed media such as

wood, paper, metal, clay and randomly found objects, while also

learning the art of collage. Discover how to create a one of a kind

shrine dedicated to and honoring a beloved person, pet, place, or

idea. Personalize your nicho by bringing cherished small photos,

handwritten notes or your own sacred objects. Your completed

nicho will truly be ‘art from the heart’ that will take on special

meaning.

Course number: 451405

ID 19430 ❯ Katherine Mills • Oct 14 • Schott, Rm 5

1 Friday • 10:00AM - 1:00PM • $24 + Materials $15

➜ Transform Your Life Using Crafts

Combine the tranquility and meditative benefits of knitting and

crochet with the life affirming principles of the Dream Builder

system. Relax, achieve a calm state and build a positive joyful habit

of ‘dreaming’ of your vision. Clarify your vision of an ideal lifestyle

while creating, stitch by stitch on your tangible reminder of your

dream. Knitting or crocheting will generate positive thinking and

creative feelings. Your masterpiece will remind you of your vision

and affirmations. All levels welcomed.

Course number: 451407

ID 19434 EVE ❯ Gulcan Demirci • Sep 7 - Nov 23 • Wake, Rm 32

Weaving Lab

12 Wednesdays • 6:00PM - 8:00PM • $156 + Materials $10

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➜ WOW Weaving Lab

This class is designed to allow students currently enrolled in the

weaving course access to floor looms to continue working on their

class projects.

Course number: 451390

ID 19684 ❯ TBD CLL Staff • Sep 29 - Nov 3 • Wake, Rm 32 Weaving Lab

6 Thursdays • 11:00AM - 3:00PM • $120

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➜ WOW: Wonders of Weaving

Create beautiful textiles of your choosing while learning the

timeless craft of weaving on a floor loom. You will master this craft

from learning the basic techniques of planning and loom set-up to

finishing. You can choose from a variety of projects that range from

scarves, blankets and fabric for clothing to tapestries and rugs, all

woven on your personally assigned loom in a friendly, artistic studio

atmosphere. Many examples and interesting materials, some are

even eco-friendly, help motivate and inspire both the beginner and

experienced weaver. Weaving is a wonderful creative process for all

to enjoy. Men and women come discover this new adventure.

Note: Tuition fee partially covered through private donations.

Course number: 451363

ID 19422 ❯ Lynn Lopez • Sep 20 - Nov 22 • Wake, Rm 32 Weaving Lab

10 Tuesdays • 9:30AM - 3:00PM • $185 + Materials $10

CRAFTS: CERAMICS

➜ Ceramics in the Garden NEW!

This class is designed around making containers for potted plants

as well as cut flowers. We will develop and refine hand building and

throwing skills so all levels from beginning to advanced will enjoy

this class. We will also discuss more traditional throwing and hand

building techniques.As well as containers there will be projects that

are more sculptural; for example, totem poles, bird feeders and

wind chimes. Please join us for an exciting class offering!

Note: Kiln space will be limited to 2.5 cu. ft. per student per class.

First bag of clay included with materials fee.

Course number: 451385

ID 19549 ❯ Bernard Sayers • Aug 26 - Dec 2 • Schott, Rm 24 Ceramic

Lab

13 Fridays • 1:00PM - 4:00PM • $234 + Lab $68 + Materials $15

ID 19548 EVE ❯ Bernard Sayers • Aug 26 - Dec 2 • Schott, Rm 24

Ceramic Lab

13 Fridays • 6:00PM - 9:00PM • $234 + Lab $68 + Materials $15

➜ Ceramics: Beginning, Intermediate and

Advanced

Students of all skill levels will develop or refine throwing and

trimming skills, hand-building skills, and glazing skills.

Note: Kiln space will be limited to 2.5 cu. ft. per student per class.

First bag of clay included in materials fee.

Course number: 451356

ID 19539 EVE ❯ Marjorie Basch • Aug 22 - Nov 28 • Schott, Rm 24

Ceramic Lab

14 Mondays • 6:00PM - 9:00PM • $252 + Lab $74 + Materials $15

ID 19540 EVE ❯ Barbara Loebman • Aug 23 - Nov 29 • Schott, Rm 24

Ceramic Lab

15 Tuesdays • 6:30PM - 9:30PM • $270 + Lab $79 + Materials $15

ID 19541 ❯ Robert McGuire • Aug 24 - Nov 30 • Schott, Rm 24 Ceramic

Lab

15 Wednesdays • 9:00AM - 12:00PM • $270 + Lab $79 + Materials $15

ID 19542 ❯ Robert McGuire • Aug 24 - Nov 30 • Schott, Rm 24 Ceramic

Lab

15 Wednesdays • 1:00PM - 4:00PM • $270 + Lab $79 + Materials $15

ID 19543 ❯ Genie Thomsen • Aug 25 - Nov 17 • Schott, Rm 24 Ceramic

Lab

13 Thursdays • 1:00PM - 4:00PM • $234 + Lab $68 + Materials $15

ID 19544 EVE ❯ Genie Thomsen • Aug 25 - Nov 17 • Schott, Rm 24

Ceramic Lab

13 Thursdays • 6:00PM - 9:00PM • $234 + Lab $68 + Materials $15

ID 19664 ❯ Barbara Loebman • Aug 26 - Dec 2 • Schott, Rm 24 Ceramic

Lab

13 Fridays • 9:00AM - 12:00PM • $234 + Lab $68 + Materials $15

ID 19545 SAT ❯ Deanna Pini • Aug 27 - Dec 3 • Schott, Rm 24 Ceramic

Lab

14 Saturdays • 9:00AM - 12:00PM • $252 + Lab $74 + Materials $15

ID 19546 SAT ❯ Genie Thomsen • Aug 27 - Nov 19 • Schott, Rm 24

Ceramic Lab

13 Saturdays • 12:30PM - 3:30PM • $234 + Lab $68 + Materials $15

ID 19648 EVE ❯ Zoe Primrose • Sep 7 - Nov 30 • Schott, Rm 24 Ceramic

Lab

13 Wednesdays • 6:00PM - 9:00PM • $234 + Lab $68 + Materials $15

ID 19538 EVE ❯ Lorie Stout • Oct 5 - Nov 30 • Carpinteria High School,

Ceramics Rm

9 Wednesdays • 6:00PM - 9:00PM • $162 + Lab $47 + Materials $15

“Ceramic Clay”

with Lorie Stout

Did you know that different clays have different

firing temperatures? But you can’t tell just by

looking at the color of the clay.

Learn how to tell the difference between clays - so

your beautiful work doesn't end up in a puddle in

the kiln!

Go for all of them! You’ll love it!

Lorie’s Fall CLL classes:

➜ Ceramics: Beginning, Intermediate and

Advanced (p. 10)

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➜ Ceramics: Porcelain

Create pure classics from porcelain clay. Students will experiment

with glazes and learn various oriental decorating techniques using

green, blue, gray and transparent Celadon glazes. This class is

recommended for all students with at least one year of throwing

experience.

Note: Kiln space will be limited to 2.5 cu. ft. per student per class.

Course number: 451334

ID 19547 ❯ Barbara Loebman • Aug 25 - Dec 1 • Schott, Rm 24 Ceramic

Lab

14 Thursdays • 9:00AM - 12:00PM • $252 + Lab $74 + Materials $25

➜ Clay Handbuilding

Make clay objects using a combination of slab, coil and pinch

techniques. Topics will include principles of design in clay

construction, decoration and glazing. Each week the demos

will teach skills that allow students to master more difficult clay

techniques.

Course number: 451370

ID 19550 ❯ Danyel Dean • Sep 6 - Nov 22 • Schott, Rm 24 Ceramic Lab

12 Tuesdays • 12:30PM - 3:30PM • $216 + Lab $63 + Materials $15

➜ Fundamentals for Wheel Thrown Pottery

NEW!

Acquire proven basic wheel-thrown techniques, essential for

both beginners and experienced potters. Learn the fundamentals

as a beginner from a master potter. Alternatively, just come and

refine and improve your existing wheel techniques. Wheel-thrown

fundamentals include posture, wedging, centering, and mastery

of the basic forms. Discover and practice ‘throwing off the hump’,

assembling multiple part vessels, creating a line of dinnerware,

and multi-stage expanded vessel techniques. Get started right

and watch your ceramic talents develop with every new piece you

create.

Note: Students create ceramic materials for the Empty Bowls event

Course number: 451409

ID 19551 ❯ Michael Adcock • Oct 3 - Oct 31 • Schott, Rm 24 Ceramic

Lab

5 Mondays • 12:00PM - 4:00PM • $160 + Lab $35 + Materials $15

➜ Mastering the Human Face in Clay

We are hardwired to instantly recognize the human face, and we are

very keen in picking out elements that are not quite right. Through

engaged ‘looking and seeing’ you will develop the skills to home in

on those elements, to know exactly why they don’t look right and

how to rectify them. Working with real life facial features from the

mirror, model or fellow participants, you’ll produce several pieces,

transferring visual information onto clay. Master the techniques

needed to master sculpting the human face by implementing

elements of believability: perspective shifting, complex curvatures,

facial relationships and intricate detail.

Course number: 451406

ID 19620 ❯ James Coquia • Sep 12 - Nov 28 • Schott, Rm 22

12 Mondays • 12:00PM - 3:00PM • $216 + Lab $68 + Materials $15

CRAFTS: JEWELRY

➜ Caught In A Trap: Creative Stone Setting

Techniques NEW!

Create a stunning pendant with a stone as the main element and

other stones that are ‘caught in a trap’. Practice trapping a large

stone between two sheets of metal using cold connections, and

then cutting the top layer of metal to mimic wide prongs. Work on

carving the main stone with diamond tools to add an artifact-like

effect. And finally, use creative silversmithing techniques to create

texture, volume and form. You’ll come away with a truly unique,

exquisite, piece of jewelry.

Course number: 452139

ID 19508 EVE ❯ Carl Stanley • Oct 19 - Nov 30 • Wake, Rm 8 Jewelry

Lab

7 Wednesdays • 6:00PM - 9:30PM • $168 + Lab $21 + Materials $75

➜ Chasing and Repousse Practice

‘Chasing and Repousse’ is an ancient technique used to decorate

sheet metal with intricate designs. Utilizing the plasticity of metal,

shapes are formed by working both the front and back surfaces

of a sheet of metal. You’ll raise thin sheets metal to extraordinary

heights. ‘Chasing’ is the technique of adding detail to the surface

of metal chasing and is used to refine and define the design on the

front of the work. ‘Repousse’ is the technique in which a sheet of

metal is ornamented or shaped by hammering from the reverse side

(puff out) to create a design in relief. There are few techniques that

offer such diversity of expression. Add these remarkable creations

to your jewelry inventory. Previous jewelry experience required.

Course number: 452134

ID 19398 EVE ❯ David Rodriguez • Sep 6 - Nov 8 • Wake, Rm 8 Jewelry

Lab

10 Tuesdays • 6:00PM - 9:00PM • $240 + Lab $30 + Materials $75

➜ Enameling: Glass on Metal

This course on the art of enameling on metal begins by exploring

the basic principles of enameling through the melting of powdered

glass on the surface of copper or silver sheet metal in artistic

patterns. Students also learn a variety of more advanced techniques

including the use of silver or gold foils and cloisonne.

Course number: 452079

ID 19461 ❯ David Rosen • Sep 1 - Nov 3 • Wake, Rm 8 Jewelry Lab

10 Thursdays • 1:00PM - 4:30PM • $210 + Lab $35 + Materials $19

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➜ Fabricated Silver Ring with Gemstone Inlay

NEW!

Create a dramatic silver ring with an inlay of multi-colored

gemstones. First, fabricate a designer ring from silver sheet and

wire that has an open channel on the top. Then, choosing from the

various inlay techniques demonstrated, create your own unique

design and fill the channel with multi-colored gemstone inlay that

you’ll later cut and polish. Teacher-demonstrated silversmithing

techniques will assist you as you work on creating texture, pattern

and form. Amaze your friends and family with your new gemstone

inlay jewelry

Course number: 452140

ID 19685 EVE ❯ Carl Stanley • Aug 24 - Oct 12 • Wake, Rm 8 Jewelry

Lab

8 Wednesdays • 1:00PM - 4:30PM • $224 + Lab $28 + Materials $65

➜ High Style/Low Tech Jewelry Making

Learn how to silver solder using a Creme Brule torch. Fabricate

simple rings, bracelets and ear rings. Explore creating your own

simple findings to adorn your pieces with interesting beading

techniques! In this class learn how to set up a simple soldering

station and home studio for around $100 to $150.

Course number: 452096

ID 19393 ❯ Keith Hale • Aug 22 - Aug 29 • Wake, Rm 8 Jewelry Lab

2 Mondays • 6:00PM - 9:00PM • $48 + Lab $6 + Materials $22

ID 19368 ❯ Keith Hale • Oct 28 - Nov 4 • Wake, Rm 8 Jewelry Lab

2 Fridays • 9:00AM - 12:00PM • $48 + Lab $6 + Materials $22

➜ Jewelry - Open Studio

Enjoy using our wonderful jewelry studio to work on projects of

your own, or projects from jewelry classes that need finishing

touches. This studio class is run by a professional jeweler-instructor

who can answer questions and help you with your ongoing jewelry

tasks. Take advantage of this opportunity to use the equipment and

to benefit from the guidance of a skilled jeweler to help you with

your projects. Some demonstrations on various creative jewelry

techniques and methods will be given throughout the course.

Course number: 452111

ID 19364 ❯ Carl Stanley • Aug 24 - Oct 5 • Wake, Rm 8 Jewelry Lab

7 Wednesdays • 9:00AM - 12:00PM • $168 + Lab $21 + Materials $15

ID 19365 ❯ Carl Stanley • Oct 12 - Nov 30 • Wake, Rm 8 Jewelry Lab

7 Wednesdays • 9:00AM - 12:00PM • $168 + Lab $21 + Materials $15

ID 19366 ❯ Carl Stanley • Oct 19 - Nov 30 • Wake, Rm 8 Jewelry Lab

6 Wednesdays • 1:00PM - 4:00PM • $144 + Lab $18 + Materials $15

➜ Jewelry Soldering - Information, Focus,

Practice

Designed for experienced beginners to advanced jewelry students

who want to develop soldering and torch operation skills. A variety

of soldering techniques, theories and set-ups covered. Students

learn torch use and complex design issues that require many solder

connections.

Course number: 452084

ID 19394 ❯ Gary Elkins • Sep 13 - Nov 8 • Wake, Rm 8 Jewelry Lab

9 Tuesdays • 9:00AM - 12:00PM • $162 + Lab $27 + Materials $60

➜ Hollow Rings – Design and Construction

NEW!

‘Hollow’ rings make a bold statement. Discover how to expand on

basic ring design by experimenting with fabricated, hollow formed

rings. Working in sterling silver, fashion a dimensional hollow box

ring with many design options including flat, angled or curved tops.

Develop your fabrication skills with forming, piercing, soldering,

stone setting, fitting and polishing. Design and create your own

hollow ring, and walk away with a unique creation as a gift or

keepsake.

Course number: 452141

ID 19509 EVE ❯ Gary Elkins • Sep 13 - Oct 25 • Wake, Rm 8 Jewelry Lab

7 Tuesdays • 1:00PM - 4:00PM • $189 + Lab $21 + Materials $60

➜ Jewelry Workshop

This class allows experienced jewelry students to work on personal

projects with instructor support. Demonstrations will be provided

by the instructor in a variety of jewelry making techniques and

methods pertaining to student’s individual needs. Materials will not

be provided; students will be expected to provide materials for their

own projects. Students should have completed beginning jewelry

classes and be familiar with the use of the jewelry lab. This class is

not structured for beginning students.

Course number: 452089

ID 19367 ❯ Keith Hale • Nov 18 - Dec 2 • Wake, Rm 8 Jewelry Lab

2 Fridays • 9:00AM - 12:00PM • $48 + Lab $6 + Materials $5

ID 19375 ❯ Keith Hale • Nov 21 - Nov 28 • Wake, Rm 8 Jewelry Lab

2 Mondays • 6:00PM - 9:00PM • $48 + Lab $6 + Materials $5

Registration is Easy!

➜ Lost Wax Casting

This class teaches the skills needed for jewelry making using

the lost wax casting method. Students will be guided through

the wax carving process, preparation of the wax model for the

burnout procedure and the actual casting. Students will have the

opportunity to cast their own project.

Course number: 452085

ID 19397 EVE ❯ David Rodriguez • Sep 1 - Nov 10 • Wake, Rm 8 Jewelry

Lab

11 Thursdays • 6:00PM - 9:00PM • $231 + Lab $33 + Materials $60

ID 19363 ❯ Carl Stanley • Sep 12 - Oct 24 • Wake, Rm 8 Jewelry Lab

7 Mondays • 9:00AM - 1:00PM • $224 + Lab $28 + Materials $50

12 Register online at www.theCLL.org / SBCC Center for Lifelong Learning / FALL 2016


➜ Silver Cuttlebone Cast Ring NEW!

Use cuttlebone, a centuries old casting medium for jewelry, to

create a ring shape as a hollow, negative space. Practice carving the

soft, Styrofoam-like inner-shell to create a ring shape. Learn how to

clamp on the hard outer shell and pour molten silver into the cavity.

Discover how to clean the ring and add bezel to set a stone to your

creation. These rings have a distinctly organic wood-like grain that

will leave friends and family wondering how you created it.

Course number: 452143

ID 19572 ❯ Carl Stanley • Nov 7 - Nov 28 • Wake, Rm 8 Jewelry Lab

4 Mondays • 9:00AM - 1:00PM • $128 + Lab $16 + Materials $50

➜ Strap It Down Tight: Creative Stone Setting

Techniques NEW!

Discover creative and stunning stone-setting techniques. Step away

from tradition and be more expressive in your jewelry creations.

Learn and practice silversmithing techniques, grooving your stone

with diamond tools to allow the cable to nest and securely ‘strap it

down tight’. Master the basic foundation of jewelry, stone-setting,

and go one step further. Strap it down tight and come away with a

unique visual treat.

Course number: 452142

ID 19570 EVE ❯ Carl Stanley • Aug 24 - Oct 12 • Wake, Rm 8 Jewelry

Lab

8 Wednesdays • 6:00PM - 9:30PM • $224 + Lab $28 + Materials $75

➜ The Art of Jewelry Making - Level 1

Students learn how to make silver rings, earrings, pins, and

pendants. Class explores techniques and applications in using

jewelry tools, working with materials, setting gemstones, and other

fabrication techniques.

Course number: 452086

ID 19371 ❯ Keith Hale • Aug 26 - Oct 21 • Wake, Rm 8 Jewelry Lab

9 Fridays • 9:00AM - 12:00PM • $216 + Lab $27 + Materials $60

ID 19392 EVE ❯ Keith Hale • Sep 12 - Nov 7 • Wake, Rm 8 Jewelry Lab

9 Mondays • 6:00PM - 9:00PM • $216 + Lab $27 + Materials $60

CRAFTS: SEWING

➜ Individualized Sewing

This class is designed for the student who has a desire to learn to

sew and/or improve their sewing skills. Students will be guided

through the techniques necessary to construct a project of

their choice. Projects will provide the opportunity for creativity,

achievement and success through a combination of theory and

practical experience.

Course number: 603097

ID 19639 EVE ❯ Judith Brooks • Sep 12 - Oct 24 • Wake, Rm 9

7 Mondays • 6:00PM - 9:00PM • $126 + Lab $17 + Materials $5

ID 19642 ❯ Judith Brooks • Sep 14 - Oct 26 • Wake, Rm 9

7 Wednesdays • 9:00AM - 12:00PM • $126 + Lab $17 + Materials $5

ID 19426 ❯ Judith Brooks • Sep 14 - Oct 26 • Wake, Rm 9

7 Wednesdays • 12:30PM - 3:30PM • $126 + Lab $17 + Materials $5

ID 19425 ❯ Pamela Vestal • Sep 22 - Dec 1 • Wake, Rm 9

10 Thursdays • 9:00AM - 12:00PM • $162 + Lab $22 + Materials $5

ID 19427 EVE ❯ Pamela Vestal • Sep 22 - Dec 1 • Wake, Rm 9

10 Thursdays • 6:00PM - 9:00PM • $162 + Lab $22 + Materials $5

MUSIC & PERFORMING ARTS

➜ A Virtuoso Season: A Guide to CAMA’s Current

Season

Since 1919 CAMA (Community Arts Music Association) has brought

world class orchestras and recitalists to Santa Barbara. This class

will provide a preview lecture and a performance in CAMA’s Master

or International series. Concert ticket is included with the preview

lecture and distributed at the end of the class.

Note: Note: See online notes for specific concert information.

Course number: 301183

ID 19431 EVE ❯ David Malvinni • Oct 10 • Schott, Rm 6

1 Monday • 7:30PM - 9:30PM • $16

ARTS, CRAFTS, PERFORMANCE

Joni Mitchell

Known for her folk

acoustic-guitar and

recognizable voice,

Joni Mitchell helped forge the

singer-songwriter genre as we know it.

➜ Beginning Songwriting

Always wanted to learn how to write a song but not sure where

to start? Discover the fundamental tools and creativity exercises

needed to gather ideas, convert those ideas into a verse, and then

produce a song. Explore the basics of harmony, lyric writing, and

melody in a fun and supportive environment. Walk away, or rather

sing away, knowing how to create your own unique song.

Course number: 301230

ID 19525 EVE ❯ Nicola Gordon • Sep 12 - Nov 14 • Schott, Rm 6

10 Mondays • 6:30PM - 7:30PM • $120

NEW!

➜ Joni Mitchell, Her Life and Her Music

(p. 14)

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➜ Break into Voice Over

Have you ever been told that your voice is perfect for radio,

television or movies yet had no idea what to do next? Explore

your potential in this fun, lively class taught by an award-winning

voice over professional. This course is both introductory and

instructional; it is not selling pipe dreams. If you’ve wanted to

explore your inner actor, or simply develop greater confidence in

your public speaking abilities, here is your opportunity.

Course number: 301226

ID 19717 SAT ❯ David Lawrence • Aug 27 • Schott, Auditorium

1 Saturday • 9:00AM - 3:30PM • $90

ID 19408 SAT ❯ David Lawrence • Oct 15 • Schott, Auditorium

1 Saturday • 9:00AM - 3:30PM • $90

ID 19407 SAT ❯ David Lawrence • Dec 3 • Schott, Rm 3

1 Saturday • 9:00AM - 3:30PM • $90

➜ Choral Singing

Singing in a choir is like no other experience. The beauty of blended

voices is remarkable. The choir becomes one huge powerful voice,

filling a room and captivating an audience. Come join your friends

and make new friends in this supportive environment, and enjoy

performing fabulous songs. Develop and practice vocal techniques,

song interpretation, tone, pitch, dynamics and performance

techniques. Discover the joys of performing captivating choral

music in front of an audience.

Course number: 301192

ID 19529 ❯ Dauri Kennedy • Aug 23 - Nov 29 • Schott, Rm 20

15 Tuesdays • 9:30AM - 11:30AM • $180 + Lab $135

➜ Improvisation Basics: One Night to Entice

NEW!

Always wanted to try improv? Take advantage of this opportunity

to get started! Enjoy improvisation-focused games that are fun,

and jumpstart quick thinking skills in this collegial, supportive

environment. Explore principles of improvisation that will give you

a glimpse into what taking an extended class offers. Come away

with a new appreciation of improv - a great activity that stimulates

creativity, self-expression and most of all - humor.

Course number: 301235

ID 19587 EVE ❯ Vivian Geffen • Sep 14 • Wake, Rm 15

1 Wednesday • 6:00PM - 8:00PM • $20

➜ Improvisation: Sharpen Your Intuition and

Imagination NEW!

Come stimulate your funny bone while strengthening your

imagination, improving your listening skills and gaining confidence

in your ability take risks and be seen. This fun, friendly and

supportive class is open to anybody who has ever seen an

improvised scene and wondered ‘how do they do that’? By the

end of the series you will know. Each week you’re sure to have a

good laugh and leave feeling uplifted. No performance experience

necessary.

Course number: 301227

ID 19400 EVE ❯ Vivian Geffen • Sep 21 - Oct 19 • Wake, Rm 15

5 Wednesdays • 6:00PM - 8:00PM • $85

➜ Harmonica Blues, Getting Started

Pick it up, put it in your mouth, blow and ... oh that wailing,

mournful sound of the blues harmonica. And you don’t need an

expensive instrument. Using a standard 10 hole diatonic harmonica

in the key of A major you can be playing the blues in no time,

without getting bogged down with too much music theory.

Discover how to easy it is use the natural human breathing process

and start having fun with this instantly intuitive instrument. What

budding musician wouldn’t want the instant gratification provided

by a harmonica?

Course number: 301213

ID 19563 EVE ❯ David Campos • Sep 12 - Oct 10 • Wake, Rm 15

5 Mondays • 6:00PM - 8:00PM • $75

➜ Harmonica Blues, Movin’ On

You finally figured it out and you like what you hear. Now take your

harmonica playing to the next level. Styling techniques, unique

chords, vocalizations and advanced breathing techniques will help

you make your harmonica come alive. Crowds will gather and you

will become the center of attention. This class may change your life.

Course number: 301222

ID 19562 EVE ❯ David Campos • Oct 24 - Nov 7 • Wake, Rm 15

3 Mondays • 6:00PM - 8:00PM • $45

➜ Join the CLL Chamber Orchestra

Are you an experienced musician who enjoys playing classical

music in a smaller orchestra setting? Looking for an opportunity to

develop your own musical skills and feel more in touch with your

fellow players? Develop your own musical skills alongside other

ensemble players and learn to achieve an artistic unified sound

while following a conductor. Dust off your instrument and come

join the CLL Chamber Orchestra.

Course number: 301177

ID 19512 EVE ❯ Laurel Fryer • Sep 26 - Nov 28 • Goleta Valley Jr. High

School, 604

10 Mondays • 7:00PM - 9:00PM • $120

➜ Joni Mitchell, Her Life and Her Music

NEW!

Joni Mitchell’s music is celebrated worldwide as one the most

prolific, original and influential songwriters of all time. Explore the

music and life of this iconic musician, poet and artist and enjoy

an exciting combination of lecture, music appreciation, and live

performance. Join the lively discussions about Mitchell’s artistic

influences, challenges and contributions, and discover how her

music came to define a generation - that of the late 60s and 70s.

Course number: 301234

ID 19515 EVE ❯ Kimberly Ford • Aug 22 - Aug 29 • Schott, Auditorium

2 Mondays • 7:00PM - 9:00PM • $32

14 Register online at www.theCLL.org / SBCC Center for Lifelong Learning / FALL 2016


➜ Music Theory and Composition: Why Both are

Important

Music is more than just reading notes or putting chords together

to create a song. The key is understanding how music is structured.

Discover how to pick out the melodies and figure out the chords

more quickly for any song. Learn how to easily transpose music

from one key to another. Understand the notes that make up a

chord without a need for chord charts, sheet music, or tablature.

Start creating catchy compositions of your own. Suitable for

musicians of all ages regardless of instrument and proficiency.

Course number: 301216

ID 19497 EVE ❯ Craig Richter • Sep 13 - Nov 29 • Wake, Rm 15

12 Tuesdays • 7:00PM - 8:30PM • $108

➜ Old Time Fiddle NEW!

Always been attracted to the fiddle? Masters of fiddle-playing

learned their art by listening and imitating those around them.

Come explore the style, technique and mindset of fiddling. Learn

by ear and get swept up in this unique musical expression. Taught

by a professional musician and a specialist in Old Time Fiddle, you’ll

be guided through the use of your instrument to create this unique

sound. Bring your instrument and a willingness to try out this

infectious musical style.

Course number: 301236

ID 19524 EVE ❯ Nicola Gordon • Sep 15 - Oct 20 • Schott, Rm 5

6 Thursdays • 5:15PM - 6:15PM • $72

➜ Perform the Beatles

Who doesn’t love The Beatles? Many of us can sing every song

by heart as they were indelibly etched on our psyche. Enjoy this

opportunity to perform your favorites in front of a bunch of adoring

fans. Lead the group or sing along in the audience. Discover the

back story of your favorite songs, listen to the digitally remastered

original studio recordings, receive the actual ‘lead sheets’ and sing

a solo or with a group. Instantly transport yourself to younger days

and discover your inner John-Paul-George and Ringo!

Course number: 301231

ID 19462 EVE ❯ Douglas Nielsen • Sep 15 - Oct 6 • Schott, Rm 22

4 Thursdays • 7:00PM - 9:00PM • $48

➜ Piano - Intermediate

Continue down the road towards musical competence. Enhance

your musicianship and confidence on the piano. Enjoy a practical

introduction to intermediate theory, and augment your reading

skills. Increase your repertoire, and enjoy the performance

opportunities available for those who want to share what they have

learned. A year of prior piano experience is recommended.

Note: Note: Textbook: Alfred’s Basic Adult Piano Course; Adult All-

In-One Course, Level 2. (Palmer, Manus and Lethco).

Course number: 301174

ID 19531 EVE ❯ David Campos • Sep 7 - Nov 30 • Schott, Rm 3

13 Wednesdays • 5:30PM - 7:00PM • $117

ARTS, CRAFTS, PERFORMANCE

➜ Opera in Performance NEW!

Bravo - a rare opportunity to receive invaluable insight into the

script, music, performance history and nuance of opera before

you attend the actual performance. Guided by our area’s top

opera experts, explore a masterpiece’s background and context

and take your experience to a whole new level of appreciation

and understanding. Discover the wonder of opera, and share and

discuss your experience with fellow opera aficionados.

Note: The class will center around operas being performed by

Opera Santa Barbara and on some of the operas in the Metropolitan

Opera HD season. Classes will be visited by artists in the OSB

productions.

Course number: 301237

ID 19621 EVE ❯ Simon Williams • Oct 17 • Schott, Auditorium

1 Monday • 5:30PM - 7:30PM • $16 + Materials $3

ID 19663 EVE ❯ Simon Williams • Oct 24 • Schott, Auditorium

1 Monday • 5:30PM - 7:30PM • $16 + Materials $3

ID 19622 EVE ❯ Simon Williams • Nov 7 • Schott, Auditorium

1 Monday • 5:30PM - 7:30PM • $16 + Materials $3

MEET OUR TEACHERS

Kimberly Ford

Kimberly Ford is a jazz

vocalist whose talent,

taste and sensibility

venture beyond the

Great American Song

Book. With a stylistic

range that flows from ballads to free jazz,

Kimberly's influences include .Ella Fitzgerald,

Jay Clayton, Sheila Jordan and Joni Mitchell.

Kimberly’s Fall CLL Classes:

➜ NEW! Joni Mitchell, Her Life and Her

Music (p. 13)

➜ Singing from the Heart: Basics of Singing

(p. 16)

➜ Singing Jazz Standards (p. 16)

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➜ Piano for Beginners Level 2

Do you have a little experience with the piano? Ready to learn

more? Or perhaps you just a little rusty? Move on from the basics

and discover how to move your hands more confidently as your

fingers create familiar melodies and songs. ‘Beginning Level 2’

develops the musical theory and basic skills of ‘Beginning Level 1’.

Enjoy the supportive nature and personalized teaching in this class

as you move your reading, technique, and musicianship up a notch.

Note: Required textbook: Alfred’s Basic Adult Piano Course, Adult

All-in-One Course, Level 1 (Palmer, Manus and Lethco).

Course number: 301224

ID 19532 EVE ❯ David Campos • Sep 7 - Nov 30 • Schott, Rm 3

13 Wednesdays • 7:15PM - 8:45PM • $117

➜ Piano for Beginners: Level 1

Always wanted to play piano? Finally - an opportunity to explore

musical theory in a piano course designed for adult beginners.

Begin from scratch or revisit basic skills. Learn the relationship

between the notes on the staff and on the keyboard. Discover how

to comfortably move your hands and fingers and create familiar

melodies and songs. Just bring a desire to learn, and realize that

lifelong ambition to play tunes on the piano.

Note: Required textbook: Alfred’s Basic Adult Piano Course, Adult

All-in-One Course, Level 1 (Palmer, Manus and Lethco).

Course number: 301188

ID 19533 ❯ David Campos • Sep 7 - Nov 30 • Schott, Rm 3

13 Wednesdays • 3:45PM - 5:15PM • $117

➜ Playing the Guitar for Beginners and Beyond

Is playing the guitar something you always wanted to do? Here

is a safe, supportive environment to develop your skills and lay a

foundation for years to come. Learn how to play popular songs

- the basic chords, elementary rhythm techniques and left-hand

/ right-hand coordination. Before long you’ll be able to play any

simple song you want with confidence and joy.

Course number: 301190

ID 19500 EVE ❯ Gregory LeRoy • Sep 12 - Nov 28 • Wake, Rm 15

12 Mondays • 5:00PM - 6:00PM • $120

ID 19501 SAT ❯ Gregory LeRoy • Sep 17 - Dec 3 • Schott, Rm 20

11 Saturdays • 10:00AM - 11:00AM • $110

➜ Playing the Ukulele: Intermediate

Build on your ukulele experience. Enjoy learning the fundamentals

of music theory, fingering techniques, melody notes, chords and

advance strumming. In a supportive and social atmosphere, develop

chording and rhythm skills, and experiment with techniques for

developing speed while performing music from a portfolio of your

favorite songs.

Course number: 301211

ID 19527 EVE ❯ Nicola Gordon • Sep 15 - Nov 3 • Schott, Rm 6

8 Thursdays • 6:30PM - 7:30PM • $96

➜ Recorder Playing

The recorder is one of the oldest woodwind instruments. The ‘old

English flute’ is also one of the simplest to play. Have fun learning

and playing the recorder in this fun, supportive group setting.

Benefit from group and individual instruction as you discover how

to play tunes and harmonize together. Complete beginners are

welcome in this class where all levels enjoy a lively community

musical experience.

Course number: 301196

ID 19530 ❯ Nancy Roman • Sep 13 - Nov 15 • Wake, Rm 15

10 Tuesdays • 4:30PM - 6:30PM • $120

➜ Singing from the Heart - Intermediate Level

Hello solo singers, Karaoke singers, band singers, chorus singers

and closet singers! Music styles covered in this class will include

Pop, Folk, Broadway, and Country. Enhance your singing and

performance abilities either as a soloist or group singer. Develop

your skills in a supportive, nurturing and ‘safe’ workshop

environment. Learn the ‘blueprint’ basics of the voice, including

breathing, posture and vowels. Join us, and take your singing to the

next level! Basic singing experience required.

Course number: 301214

ID 19503 EVE ❯ Laurel Fryer • Oct 13 - Dec 1 • Schott, Rm 20

7 Thursdays • 6:00PM - 8:00PM • $84

➜ Singing from the Heart: Basics of Singing

Calling all shower singers, car singers, chorus singers and closet

singers! Here is your chance to sing for others. No experience

required, as you will learn in a supportive, nurturing and ‘safe’

workshop environment. You will cover the ‘blueprint’ basics of

the voice, including breathing, posture and vowels. Master the

use of energy and letting go of unnecessary tensions and stress in

your life. Enhance your vocal strength both in business and social

environments. Come and discover your inner singer.

Course number: 301193

ID 19679 EVE ❯ Laurel Fryer • Aug 25 - Sep 29 • Schott, Rm 20

6 Thursdays • 6:00PM - 8:00PM • $72

ID 19514 EVE ❯ Kimberly Ford • Sep 12 - Nov 28 • Schott, Rm 20

11 Mondays • 6:00PM - 8:00PM • $143

➜ Singing Jazz Standards

Take your singing skill to a new level with popular jazz standards.

Explore the variety of jazz forms and styles, refine your performance

skills and learn the basics of working with an accompanist. Enjoy

being up and singing in groups - and solo too, if you like. Learn the

theory and techniques needed to add the beauty of jazz to your

repertoire from an internationally renowned jazz artist.

Course number: 301233

ID 19513 EVE ❯ Kimberly Ford • Sep 14 - Nov 30 • Schott, Auditorium

12 Wednesdays • 6:45PM - 8:45PM • $156

16 Register online at www.theCLL.org / SBCC Center for Lifelong Learning / FALL 2016


➜ Slide Guitar and Open Tunings NEW!

Guitars are tuned differently for slide guitar. Musicians use ‘open

tuning’ for playing ‘slide’ - they tune their guitar to a chord. Explore

slide guitar playing beginning with early blues styles, then moving

on to more recent blues and folk styles. Discover the idiosyncratic

styles of Muddy Waters, Elmore James, Leo Kottke, and Jesse

Ed Davis to name just a few. Come away with an enhanced

understanding of their slide guitar styles, and have fun practicing

them at home.

Course number: 301238

ID 19499 EVE ❯ Gregory LeRoy • Aug 22 - Aug 29 • Schott, Rm 20

2 Mondays • 5:00PM - 6:00PM • $30

ID 19498 SAT ❯ Gregory LeRoy • Aug 27 - Sep 3 • Schott, Rm 20

2 Saturdays • 10:00AM - 11:00AM • $30

ID 19528 SAT ❯ Gregory LeRoy • Sep 17 - Dec 3 • Schott, Rm 20

11 Saturdays • 11:00AM - 12:00PM • $110

➜ Songwriting Analysis: What Makes a Hit Song

What makes a hit song? We will analyze past and current hit songs

in terms of the music, lyrics, and production techniques. We’ll look

specifically at the melody, harmony, instrumentation, arrangement,

song structure, chord structure, and production styles that make

these songs so effectively catchy. Although this is not a songwriting

class per se, it will provide students with techniques and approaches

to create their own hit songs. All music genres are included. This

class is for anyone interested in the art and craft of songwriting

Course number: 301228

ID 19523 EVE ❯ Craig Richter • Aug 23 - Sep 6 • Wake, Rm 15

3 Tuesdays • 7:00PM - 8:30PM • $36

➜ Special Songwriting Workshop NEW!

Join an inspirational and intensive workshop designed to guide

you through the entire songwriting process. Explore taking an

idea, then translating it into lyrics and finally adding music. This

workshop is ideal both for the novice wanting to discover what they

can produce and the veteran wanting to expand their repertoire.

Non-performers and performers alike will benefit. Watch your song

come alive in a supportive, collaborative environment of creativity

and constructive guidance.

Course number: 301239

ID 19588 ❯ Nicola Gordon • Aug 26 - Aug 27

Friday • Schott, Rm 6 • Saturday • Schott, Auditorium • 9:30AM -

4:30PM • $199 + Lab $10

➜ Talkin’ About My Generation

In their teens and twenties, Baby Boomers ruled the world - or

at least that’s what they thought. Explore the influence of the

significant events of the 60’s and 70’s using iconic music clips,

engaging short readings. In lively discussions with classmates,

recreate and dissect the ramifications of this pivotal period. Why

was this generation unique? What were the major influences? Are

we still trying to change the world? What exciting challenges do we

face as we live longer? Leave feeling ‘Glad All Over’.

Course number: 301229

ID 19463 EVE ❯ Madelyn Palley • Oct 4 - Oct 25 • Schott, Rm 22

4 Tuesdays • 6:30PM - 9:00PM • $75

➜ Ukulele Playing for Today: Play Today not

Tomorrow

This charming stringed instrument is the perfect entree to the world

of Hawaiian music. In this fun, lively, supportive class, discover the

basics of ukulele playing, and develop a firm foundation to progress

to more advanced levels of performance. Find out how to play and

strum the chords needed to play simple songs, and start playing by

yourself in a few short weeks. Take your ukulele everywhere you go

- you’ll find you and your song are always welcome!

Course number: 301189

ID 19526 EVE ❯ Nicola Gordon • Sep 12 - Nov 14 • Schott, Rm 6

10 Mondays • 5:15PM - 6:15PM • $120

WOODWORKING

➜ A Woodworking Woodshop

Experience the joy and satisfaction of creating a wood project.

Students learn to use hand and power tools efficiently and safely.

The first project for beginning students enables the student to build

a useful item of wood while learning how to select proper materials,

use appropriate equipment, cut, fit, assemble, and finish the project.

The first class is a mandatory safety class. Returning students

welcome.

Note: No one under age of 18 will be admitted. No minor waivers

will be granted. Students may contact teacher at sjscheftic@

pipeline.sbcc.edu

Course number: 909339

ID 19535 ❯ Stephen Scheftic • Sep 12 - Nov 7 • Wake, Rm 10 Carpentry

Lab

9 Mondays • 9:00AM - 12:00PM • $162 + Lab $20 + Materials $5

ID 19536 EVE ❯ Stephen Scheftic • Sep 13 - Nov 8 • Wake, Rm 10

Carpentry Lab

9 Tuesdays • 6:00PM - 9:00PM • $162 + Lab $20 + Materials $5

ID 19537 EVE ❯ Stephen Scheftic • Sep 14 - Nov 9 • Wake, Rm 10

Carpentry Lab

9 Wednesdays • 6:00PM - 9:00PM • $162 + Lab $20 + Materials $5

➜ Wood Product Manufacturing Methods

Students produce detail parts and assemble wood products

using production methods and techniques. Students use hand

and powered woodworking tools and equipment to produce

predetermined products such as toys and jewelry boxes. Quality

control methods will be utilized to insure all products meet design

specifications. All raw materials and supplies are furnished. All

finished products are donated to the Unity Shoppe for distribution

to needy children.

Course number: 909337

ID 19534 ❯ Stephen Scheftic • Sep 6 - Nov 1 • Wake, Rm 10 Carpentry

Lab

9 Tuesdays • 9:00AM - 11:30AM • $135

ARTS, CRAFTS, PERFORMANCE

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Body, Mind,

Spirit

Find your center...

at the Center

➜ Tai Ji (p. 21)

DANCE, FITNESS, & PERSONAL

➜ All Ages and Stages Gentle Yoga

Imagine feeling limber, relaxed and excited to face the day. Explore

gentle and seated yoga positions that facilitate balance, stability,

and tranquility. Discover new poses in a welcoming and inclusive

environment while also focusing on flexibility and breath for a

complete work out. Your worries will melt away resulting in an inner

sense of peace.

Course number: 608744

ID 19714 ❯ Fredda Spirka • Sep 13 - Nov 15 • Wake, Auditorium

10 Tuesdays • 10:00AM - 11:00AM • $69

ID 19716 ❯ Fredda Spirka • Sep 15 - Nov 17 • Wake, Auditorium

10 Thursdays • 10:00AM - 11:00AM • $69

➜ Balance: Use It or Lose It!

Balance is a skill that needs to be practiced. This is a fun workshop

to learn techniques and basic movements that can improve your

balance skills and help you become stronger and more fit. We’ll

practice simple exercises that you can do at home to improve

posture, gait and self-confidence. The movements are designed

for the older adult, but the techniques you learn can be applied

to all ages and levels of fitness. You’ll leave this workshop with a

‘Better Balance Plan’ that will have practical applications for you or

someone in your care. Wear comfortable clothes and sports-type

shoes for light movement

Note: Class tuition is covered by donations.

Course number: 608723

ID 19691 ❯ Sally Saenger • Sep 9 • Schott, Auditorium

1 Friday • 3:00PM - 4:30PM • $0

➜ Become Pain Free with Foam Rolling and

Stretching

Experience the benefits of having a professional trainer guide you

through a regimen of foam rolling and stretching. This process

helps you identify those areas of your body that are restricted and

need deep tissue release. Many injuries can be avoided through

proper stretching and foam rolling. This simple but effective

technique will provide relief and increased mobility and flexibility

that will change your life.

Course number: 608707

ID 19644 ❯ Mikki Reilly • Nov 2 - Nov 16 • Fitness Transform Studios,

Studio

3 Wednesdays • 2:00PM - 3:00PM • $19 + Materials $5

➜ Belly Dance and Dances of the Middle East

Have fun and get fit as you practice the beautiful art of belly dance.

Learn how belly dance has historic roots going back to India

and Persia, and explore the cultural, historical and geographical

elements of these areas. Discover how modern belly dance includes

cultural and geographical influences from Turkey, Egypt, North

Africa and the United States where it has developed into a modern,

sophisticated dance art. Come away with the incredible benefits of

an enjoyable and complete cultural/movement experience.

Course number: 608747

ID 19451 EVE ❯ (Alexandra) Laurie (King) Alexander • Sep 28 - Nov 16 •

Schott, Auditorium

8 Wednesdays • 5:30PM - 6:30PM • $55

➜ Body Mind Wakeup Call

Find it harder to get up in the morning? Is your mind a bit fuzzy?

This fun class is geared to awaken you to become more fully

engaged in thinking, being and doing. Muscles lose flexibility and

strength with age, this includes your brain. This may be avoided

with regular training and strengthening. Come experience easy

chair assisted yoga stretches, use of light weights and resistance

bands and also fun ways to help increase and build your memory

skills. Have more energy for your activities; renew aliveness,

alertness and joy.

Note: Bring a mat to class.

Course number: 608669

ID 19457 ❯ Holly Hungett • Sep 13 - Nov 15 • Schott, Auditorium

10 Tuesdays • 7:45AM - 8:45AM • $59

ID 19458 ❯ Holly Hungett • Sep 15 - Nov 17 • Schott, Auditorium

10 Thursdays • 7:45AM - 8:45AM • $59

18 Register online at www.theCLL.org / SBCC Center for Lifelong Learning / FALL 2016


➜ Dance the Salsa: First Steps

Are you ready to Salsa? Stop watching everyone else have fun on

the dance floor. Get out there and join in! In this encouraging and

fun environment, you will learn basic timing, rhythm, partnering,

and footwork. You will leave class knowing everything you need

to know to have a great time salsa dancing. No dance experience

needed and no partner required. What are you waiting for? Sign up

and let’s salsa!

Course number: 608662

ID 19674 EVE ❯ Patrick Hackney • Oct 7 - Dec 2 • Schott, Auditorium

7 Fridays • 5:30PM - 6:30PM • $75

➜ Dance the Salsa: Next Steps

Are you ready to take the next steps with your basic salsa skills to

turn yourself into a seasoned intermediate salsero? Now that you

are comfortable with the chips and salsa of the matter, the salsa

basic step, and foundational leads and turns, it’s time to build upon

this confidence and skill! Discover more complex moves and have

fun as we refine our sense of technique, rhythm, body awareness,

partnering communication, and sense of artistry and athleticism.

Let’s salsa mucho mas!

Course number: 608647

ID 19649 EVE ❯ Patrick Hackney • Oct 7 - Dec 2 • Schott, Auditorium

7 Fridays • 6:45PM - 7:45PM • $75

➜ Easy Does It Exercises

Students improve mobility, flexibility, strength, balance, posture,

breathing and relaxation. Exercises are conducted from a seated

position for students with Parkinson’s disease, multiple sclerosis or

older adults who are new to exercise. Includes some standing and

walking exercises to improve posture, balance, leg strength, and

gait.

Course number: 608616

ID 19455 ❯ Holly Hungett • Sep 14 - Oct 12 • Schott, Auditorium

5 Wednesdays • 9:00AM - 10:00AM • $29

ID 19456 ❯ Holly Hungett • Oct 19 - Nov 16 • Schott, Auditorium

5 Wednesdays • 9:00AM - 10:00AM • $29

➜ Evening Yoga Flow

A more dynamic flow of yoga postures for those familiar with the

basic postures of yoga. These dynamic classes taught with music

allow the student to actively practice sequences designed to

enhance strength, balance and endurance. Guided imagery and

deep relaxation provides a wonderful conclusion to your yoga

practice.

Course number: 608680

ID 19713 ❯ Fredda Spirka • Sep 13 - Nov 15 • Schott, Auditorium

10 Tuesdays • 5:30PM - 6:30PM • $89

➜ Feldenkrais Mat Class

Discover the benefits of the Feldenkrais Method in a fun and

relaxing environment geared towards all ages and abilities. Explore

the science and practice of moving with more skill and less

pain. The Feldenkrais Method engages your brain and nervous

system to improve flexibility, coordination, balance, and agility

while also reducing tension. Come away with enhanced comfort

and performance in everyday activities and also sleep better at

nighttime.

Course number: 608759

ID 19449 EVE ❯ Laurie Wilson • Sep 13 - Oct 25 • Wake, Auditorium

7 Tuesdays • 5:30PM - 6:30PM • $55

ID 19450 ❯ Laurie Wilson • Sep 14 - Oct 26 • Wake, Auditorium

7 Wednesdays • 11:00AM - 12:00PM • $55

➜ Fitness Flow with a Yogic Twist

Engage in a continual flow of movement designed to increase

flexibility and endurance! Through the use of unique fluid floor

and barre stretches you will work to lengthen muscles, enhance

circulation and minimize the stresses of daily life. Come and enjoy

the fitness flow.

Course number: 608580

ID 19711 ❯ Fredda Spirka • Sep 12 - Nov 14 • Schott, Auditorium

10 Mondays • 12:30PM - 1:30PM • $89

ID 19718 ❯ Fredda Spirka • Sep 14 - Nov 16 • Schott, Auditorium

10 Wednesdays • 12:30PM - 1:30PM • $89

➜ Fitness for Adults

Get fit and educated at the same time! In this class you will get

moving but you will also gain an understanding of how your

everyday choices contribute to your health. You will engage in

activities and receive information to improve nutrition, fitness,

cardiovascular health and stress management skills. This class will

enhance your physical and emotional well-being.

Note: This class is partially sponsored.

Course number: 608697

ID 19401 ❯ Kathleen O’Connor • Sep 12 - Nov 4 • SBCC, PE113

8 Mondays & 8 Fridays • 10:00AM - 11:00AM • $59

➜ Gentle Yoga for Seniors

This class is especially designed for seniors, beginners or those

wanting a gentle yoga practice. Students explore easy, chairassisted

yoga, as well as standing and floor poses. These yoga poses

are designed especially for the older body with limited mobility.

Students practice gentle, restorative yoga to assist with insomnia,

hypertension, healing, and to increase range of motion.

Note: Please bring a mat. Students should be able to get on and off

the floor.

Course number: 608610

ID 19452 ❯ Roberta Hewson • Sep 9 - Dec 2 • Wake, Auditorium

11 Fridays • 2:30PM - 3:30PM • $65

ID 19459 ❯ Holly Hungett • Sep 12 - Nov 14 • Wake, Auditorium

10 Mondays • 3:30PM - 4:30PM • $59

ID 19460 ❯ Holly Hungett • Sep 14 - Nov 16 • Wake, Auditorium

10 Wednesdays • 3:30PM - 4:30PM • $59

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➜ Gentle Yoga With Rope NEW!

Yoga with rope (russa) is a unique, gentle form of Yoga. RussaYog®

incorporates postures and movements developed to address the

challenges of the modern lifestyle. Learn and practice traditional

yoga poses with a free-flowing rope specifically addressing issues

related to spine alignment and balance. Develop mindful breathing

techniques that will help you build core strength, an open posture,

beautifully toned muscles, and better balance. RussaYog® is for

everyone - no previous yoga necessary.

Course number: 608767

ID 19677 EVE ❯ Teresa Singh • Sep 14 - Nov 2 • RussaYog Yoga, Studio

8 Wednesdays • 6:00PM - 7:00PM • $75

➜ Introduction to Aikido

An introduction to the Japanese martial art of Aikido. Aikido,

known as the ‘art of peace’ is a martial art based on neutralizing an

opponent through leverage and balance instead of strength and

force. The course will focus on centering, balance and focus. Basic

techniques and ukemi (falling) will be taught.

Note: Class held at Aikido of Santa Barbara - 121 N. Milpas Street

Course number: 608491

ID 19378 EVE ❯ Christine Wong • Sep 7 - Oct 26 • Aikido of Santa

Barbara, Studio

8 Wednesdays • 6:00PM - 7:00PM • $49

➜ Lighter than Air: A High Energy, Low Impact

Trampoline Workout

Imagine yourself enjoying a high energy, low impact workout. Put

a bounce in your step with safe, aerobic exercise on a groundlevel,

individual trampoline. Benefit from an effective exercise that

increases your energy level and improves your balance, all without

stressing your joints. Discover a new, liberating range of movements

only available on a trampoline, and leave this class feeling lighter

than air.

Course number: 608748

ID 19379 ❯ Elyse Warnecke • Sep 13 - Nov 1 • Airobic Fitness, Studio

8 Tuesdays • 10:30AM - 11:30AM • $79

ID 19380 ❯ Elyse Warnecke • Sep 15 - Nov 3 • Airobic Fitness, Studio

8 Thursdays • 12:00PM - 1:00PM • $79

➜ Modern Dance for Fitness and Fun

Always wanted to try Modern Dance yet didn’t know where to

start? Explore a fitness routine based on the movements of modern

dance. Discover the fundamental skills of dance movement,

alignment for posture, building strength for moving through space,

and attention to breath. Experience dance as an art form while

having fun and learning the basics of choreography. Master the

movements and feel a new energy and enthusiasm as you dance

your way to a new you. All levels welcome.

Course number: 608764

ID 19576 ❯ Christine Loizeaux • Sep 19 - Nov 7 • Schott, Auditorium

8 Mondays • 2:00PM - 3:00PM • $49

➜ Nia Dance - Heal Your Body

Do you love to move and dance but have some kind of injury?

Do your knees or lower back hurt? Or do you have stiff joints or

foot pain? If you answered yes and are ready to heal your body,

then this class is for you. Discover how to enhance your Body-

Mind connection as well as develop body-centered awareness.

Explore your own body’s way of moving and re-organize your

movement patterns to move in alignment and harmony. Deepen

your compassion for your body and create a pain-free, flexible and

stronger, more joyous you!

Course number: 608684

ID 19579 ❯ Cleo Hill • Aug 25 - Oct 6 • Schott, Auditorium

7 Thursdays • 11:00AM - 12:00PM • $65

ID 19580 ❯ Cleo Hill • Oct 13 - Dec 1 • Schott, Auditorium

7 Thursdays • 11:00AM - 12:00PM • $65

➜ Nia: A Celebration of the Body

Nia will give you a joyous, total body movement experience that

draws from Tai Chi, Tae Kwon Do, Aikido, jazz dance, modern

dance, Duncan dance, yoga, Alexander Technique and Teachings

of Moshe Feldenkrais. Nia is based on a combination of 52 unique

moves, all concentrating on the main areas of the body. Appropriate

for all, stiff beginners and highly fit athletes alike can adapt Nia to

meet their needs by choosing from three intensity levels. Nia is a

body centered personal growth and fitness modality that changes

bodies and lives.

Course number: 608670

ID 19577 ❯ Cleo Hill • Aug 23 - Oct 4 • Schott, Auditorium

7 Tuesdays • 11:00AM - 12:00PM • $65

ID 19578 ❯ Cleo Hill • Oct 11 - Nov 29 • Schott, Auditorium

7 Tuesdays • 11:00AM - 12:00PM • $65

➜ Pilates for Life

This course teaches students the integration of the Pilates’

principles of core-strength, concentration, precision, control,

postural alignment, and centering. Dance, strength, and flexibility

techniques are also incorporated in this total body conditioning

program. Chair-based and standing exercises are adapted for all

fitness levels.

Note: Please bring a mat to class.

Course number: 608601

ID 19672 ❯ Eva Masin • Sep 12 - Nov 14 • Schott, Auditorium

10 Mondays • 10:45AM - 11:45AM • $69

ID 19704 ❯ Eva Masin • Sep 14 - Nov 16 • Schott, Auditorium

10 Wednesdays • 10:45AM - 11:45AM • $69

➜ Qi Gong

This course teaches students Qi Gong, a combination of slow,

gentle body movements and healthy breathing that generates

strength, flexibility, inner calm and renewed vitality. Students learn

exercises to elevate the flow of life force (qi) through the body,

release anxiety, and relieve stress.

Course number: 608568

ID 19421 ❯ Edward Rockett • Sep 9 - Nov 4 • Wake, Auditorium

9 Fridays • 10:30AM - 12:00PM • $79

20 Register online at www.theCLL.org / SBCC Center for Lifelong Learning / FALL 2016


➜ Qigong Animal Frolics

Qigong Animal Frolics are some of the oldest and most popular

of all Qigong exercises. When we embody the physical traits,

movements and spiritual nature of real and mythical animals, we

can gain insight for our own health and healing. Become grounded

as you become the Bear, graceful as you become the Crane, and

powerful as you become the Tiger. Enjoy Animal Frolics that include

Turtle, Deer, Dragon, Butterfly, Bear, Crane, Snake, Dolphin, Whale,

Phoenix, Elephant, Monkey, Tiger and more. Discover how Animal

Frolics are fun, imaginative and inspirational.

Course number: 608758

ID 19415 SAT ❯ Jessica Kolbe • Sep 10 - Oct 8 • Wake, Auditorium

5 Saturdays • 11:30AM - 12:30PM • $29

ID 19686 SAT ❯ Jessica Kolbe • Oct 29 - Dec 3 • Wake, Auditorium

5 Saturdays • 11:30AM - 12:30PM • $29

➜ Resistance Pilates

Explore the use of light weights and resistance bands as we build on

core strength to support the spine. Take a load off your back. Stand

strong, stand tall and improve posture. Find the length, strength

and flexibility of the spine. Discover increased comfort and ease in

your body. Utilize the Pilates way of breath to focus on and energize

each movement.

Course number: 608738

ID 19668 ❯ Hazel Carlsen • Aug 23 - Nov 29 • Schott, Auditorium

15 Tuesdays • 9:30AM - 10:30AM • $119

ID 19669 ❯ Hazel Carlsen • Aug 25 - Dec 1 • Schott, Auditorium

14 Thursdays • 9:30AM - 10:30AM • $109

➜ Strength and Stability Training for Seniors

Learn techniques and practice skills to improve balance, strength

and flexibility in a safe environment. Basic exercises are performed

to improve posture, gait and self-confidence. Intended for older

adults but appropriate for anyone who wants to increase muscle

tone and improve balance and mobility. Exercise equipment is

provided.

Course number: 608634

ID 19582 ❯ Sally Saenger • Aug 23 - Oct 4 • Wake, Auditorium

7 Tuesdays • 2:30PM - 3:30PM • $42

ID 19584 ❯ Sally Saenger • Aug 25 - Oct 6 • Wake, Auditorium

7 Thursdays • 2:30PM - 3:30PM • $42

ID 19583 ❯ Sally Saenger • Oct 11 - Nov 29 • Wake, Auditorium

8 Tuesdays • 2:30PM - 3:30PM • $49

ID 19585 ❯ Sally Saenger • Oct 13 - Dec 1 • Wake, Auditorium

7 Thursdays • 2:30PM - 3:30PM • $42

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➜ Swing Dance for Beginners

Time to put those happy feet to work. Dancing the East Coast

Swing, Lindy Hop and Charleston will get you moving and swinging

in a way that you’ll lose yourself in the energy of the moment. Meet

fellow dancers-to-be and experience all the fun and excitement of

these 20th century classics. Never danced before or just worried

about your two left feet getting in the way? Come on and give it a

try in a warm and welcoming environment. Let those happy feet

transform into a happy you.

Course number: 608751

ID 19402 EVE ❯ Robert Moore • Sep 20 - Oct 25 • Schott, Auditorium

6 Tuesdays • 7:15PM - 8:45PM • $55

➜ Tai Chi Easy NEW!

Tai Chi Easy is a fusion of Qigong health enhancing exercises,

and an easy 5 movement form of Tai Chi. This carefully developed

method that makes it easy, beneficial and fun. Discover the flow of

energy in your body as your mind relaxes with the slow meditative

movements of Tai Chi. Explore how the mind-body practice soothes

and rewires the nervous system and also increases cognitive and

brain plasticity. Reduce your stress and improve your health using

Tai Chi Easy.

Course number: 608768

ID 19666 ❯ Jessica Kolbe • Sep 12 - Oct 3 • Wake, Auditorium

4 Mondays • 11:30AM - 12:30PM • $25

ID 19687 ❯ Jessica Kolbe • Oct 31 - Nov 28 • Wake, Auditorium

5 Mondays • 11:30AM - 12:30PM • $29

➜ Tai Ji

This ancient form of exercise leads the student on a journey of

self-discovery and awareness of body and mind to gain energy,

promote inner peace and improve circulation and flexibility of the

body. Results of medical studies have shown the benefits of Tai Ji

are excellent for stress reduction, balance, pain management and its

ability to boost your immune system. Come and learn a new way of

thinking and moving that adds freedom and enjoyment to your life

style.

Course number: 608596

ID 19641 EVE ❯ Chao-Sun Pang • Aug 23 - Oct 11 • Wake, Auditorium

8 Tuesdays • 7:00PM - 8:30PM • $75

ID 19643 ❯ Chao-Sun Pang • Aug 24 - Oct 12 • Wake, Auditorium

8 Wednesdays • 9:00AM - 10:30AM • $75

➜ World Dance Workout

Join us for a fun, invigorating, inspiring workout to beautiful music

from around the world! Learn new ways of moving and connecting

to the world in a beautiful setting with natural light and fresh air.

Note: Bring an exercise mat to class.

Course number: 608617

ID 19369 EVE ❯ Janet Reineck • Aug 25 - Dec 1 • Schott, Auditorium

14 Thursdays • 7:00PM - 8:15PM • $105

ID 19391 ❯ Janet Reineck • Aug 26 - Dec 2 • Schott, Auditorium

13 Fridays • 8:15AM - 9:30AM • $99

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➜ Yoga

Course demonstrates how yoga practice promotes increased

flexibility, strength, balance and mental awareness. Shows how

mindful movement and conscious breathing help you to relax and

stimulate the nervous, digestive and circulatory systems. Course

is designed for all levels, from those new to yoga to continuing

students. Students will practice demonstrated techniques.

Note: Please bring a yoga mat to class.

Course number: 608287

ID 19645 EVE ❯ Elena Poddubnaya • Aug 22 - Nov 28 • Wake,

Auditorium

14 Mondays • 5:30PM - 6:45PM • $105

ID 19646 EVE ❯ Elena Poddubnaya • Aug 24 - Nov 30 • Wake,

Auditorium

15 Wednesdays • 5:30PM - 6:45PM • $109

ID 19453 EVE ❯ Roberta Hewson • Sep 8 - Dec 1 • Wake, Auditorium

12 Thursdays • 5:30PM - 6:30PM • $69

ID 19647 SAT ❯ Elena Poddubnaya • Sep 10 - Dec 3 • Wake, Auditorium

12 Saturdays • 9:30AM - 11:00AM • $109

➜ Yoga Flow

Engage your body and mind in this yoga class that encourages the

pairing of breath with movement. You will learn and experience

how a yoga practice promotes increased flexibility, strength,

balance and mental awareness. Develop mindful movement and

conscious breathing to help you relax and stimulate the nervous,

digestive and circulatory systems. This course is designed for all

levels, from those new to yoga to experienced students.

Course number: 608698

ID 19712 ❯ Fredda Spirka • Sep 15 - Nov 17 • Schott, Auditorium

10 Thursdays • 12:30PM - 1:30PM • $89

➜ Yoga for Active Seniors

This class is designed for active seniors who want to improve their

flexibility, strength and concentration through the practice of

yoga. Students use traditional yoga postures that are modified with

the help of a chair or other props. Students learn deep breathing

methods, focusing techniques, meditation, and relaxation.

Note: Bring a mat and a blanket or beach towel to class.

Course number: 608608

ID 19473 ❯ Holly Hungett • Sep 12 - Nov 14 • Wake, Auditorium

10 Mondays • 2:00PM - 3:00PM • $59

ID 19516 ❯ Holly Hungett • Sep 14 - Nov 16 • Wake, Auditorium

10 Wednesdays • 2:00PM - 3:00PM • $59

➜ Zumba Gold

Join us for this low-impact, easy to follow class, where no one is

an expert and everybody has a great time! Zumba is exercise in

disguise. Regardless of your fitness level, age, gender or dance/

fitness experience, anybody and everybody can do this. Modify

movements to suit your individual needs. Zumba is all about putting

one foot in front of the other at your own pace. Have fun learning

basic rhythms and steps to salsa, merengue, cha cha, reggae-ton,

cumbia and more. Move, shake, shimmy, and find your own groove!

Course number: 608639

ID 19517 ❯ Holly Hungett • Sep 13 - Nov 15 • Wake, Auditorium

10 Tuesdays • 12:00PM - 1:00PM • $59

ID 19518 ❯ Holly Hungett • Sep 15 - Nov 17 • Wake, Auditorium

10 Thursdays • 12:00PM - 1:00PM • $59

HEALTH

➜ Advances in Biology: Prospects for a Longer,

Healthy Life

We all know of social and spiritual approaches to a younger outlook

on life, but what is normal biological aging, and is it also subject

to manipulation? How does aging vary between different animal

species and human groups? What are the current theories of aging

and the research testing them? Are there prospects for significantly

extending our healthy lifespan? What can we do today to improve

our odds for a healthy old age? Let’s explore these issues and

examine the prospects of a healthy longer life.

Course number: 608726

ID 19694 EVE ❯ Karl Blasius • Oct 4 - Nov 1 • Wake, Rm 18

5 Tuesdays • 6:00PM - 8:00PM • $59 + Materials $5

➜ Beachside Healing NEW!

Join us at beautiful Hendry’s Beach to discover how to take an

active role in your own health care, and how to get on the path

to optimal health. Explore important pillars of health: Nutrition,

Exercise, Stress Management, Sleep Management, Spirituality, and

Patterns of Behavior. Enhance each aspect through a fun three-part

class - (a) lecture (b) a special exercise involving breathing, specific

physical movements, visualization and concentration and (c) a

guided walking meditation on the beach. Achieve optimal health for

yourself and your loved ones.

Course number: 608766

ID 19702 EVE ❯ Glenn Wollman • Sep 13 - Oct 18 • Hendry’s Beach,

Grassy Knoll behind restaurant

6 Tuesdays • 5:30PM - 7:00PM • $55

22 Register online at www.theCLL.org / SBCC Center for Lifelong Learning / FALL 2016


➜ Commit to Clean Eating and the LOVE Diet

NEW!

Clean Eating is about choosing real food grown close to home in

healthy and chemical-free soil. It also incorporates LOVE - eating

Luscious and Local, Organic, Vital, Ethical and Ecological food

which is the key to real change both personally and globally.

Explore hot topics such as pasture raised eggs, meat, dairy, seafood;

food waste, plastics, chemicals, hormones and antibiotics. Come

away knowing how to take control of your health and how to love

the planet with each bite of food you eat.

Course number: 608650

ID 19699 EVE ❯ Gerri French • Oct 20 - Nov 10 • Schott, Rm 3

4 Thursdays • 6:00PM - 8:00PM • $49

➜ Conquering Chronic Pain NEW!

Is debilitating pain altering your life? Is the pain unexpected,

devastating and unending? Epidemiological studies show that up

to 55.2% of people in the world live with chronic pain. This chronic

pain can be treated successfully with medications, injections,

acupuncture, electrical stimulation, supplements, body therapies,

change of diet, relaxation, visualization and meditation. Explore

creative options to solving chronic pain. Come away with a new

perspective on how to mobilize healing for the body, heart, and

mind.

Course number: 608769

ID 19661 SAT ❯ James Kwako • Sep 10 • Schott, Auditorium

1 Saturday • 10:00AM - 12:00PM • $19

➜ Dare to be 100: Science-Based Secrets of

Long Life NEW!

Many of us will not live to our potential life expectancy of 100-120

years. Discover science-based secrets of living a long life from a

physician who has treated numerous 100-year-old patients. Explore

how to apply these secrets to your own life and how ‘Use it or lose

it’ is what makes the difference. Analyze how the negative effects

of aging are due to ‘disuse’ rather than disease. Find out how diet

and attitude are two scientifically proven pillars for living a long life.

Dare to be 100.

Course number: 608772

ID 19709 EVE ❯ Walter Bortz • Sep 19 - Oct 10 • Schott, Auditorium

4 Mondays • 6:00PM - 8:00PM • $49

➜ DNA and Me

Unless you are an identical twin, your DNA is uniquely yours and yet

it connects you to your living relatives, ancestors and descendants.

Discover the basics of DNA as it relates to your inherited traits

and how they get passed on to future generations. Explore the

latest updates on genetic disease testing and genetic counseling

for common genetic disorders and cancer genes. Discuss how

science, technology, and ethics converge with ‘designer babies’,

gene editing and DNA forensics. Find out about direct-to-consumer

genetic testing such as ‘23 and Me’ and walk away with a greater

understanding on your DNA.

Course number: 608746

ID 19692 SAT ❯ Lisa Belluzzi • Oct 8 - Oct 15 • Wake, Rm 18

2 Saturdays • 9:00AM - 12:00PM • $39

➜ Free Health Care System ‘A’ - Ancient Secrets of

Chinese and Shamanic Medicine

We all have access to free healing and well-being maximization

techniques that have been known about since ancient times.

These methods have become hidden, buried and lost to most

people. Discover the era of miracle recovery happening around

you and the profound medicine that the human body can produce.

Explore powerful, accessible, and free secrets of ancient healing

systems including Chinese and Shamanic medicine along with new

era epigenetics and neuroscience that produce tangible results.

Find out how to apply these techniques, and start the process of

achieving great health and optimal well-being.

Course number: 608753

ID 19628 SAT ❯ Roger Jahnke • Oct 15 • Schott, Rm 31

1 Saturday • 10:00AM - 1:00PM • $25

➜ Free Health Care System ‘B’- Food as Medicine

and Self-Applied Massage

Certain foods and self-massage were Man’s earliest methods of

healing. Explore powerful, inexpensive and accessible methods

for healing and maintaining your well-being including antiinflammatory

nutrition and self-massage based on Chinese

microsystems and acupuncture points. Discover easy solutions to

address the challenges of herbal tonics, GMO, gluten and dietary

sensitivities. Empower yourself with ancient techniques such as

easy-to-apply breath practice that will enable you to develop a

whole new sense of health and well-being.

Course number: 608754

ID 19629 SAT ❯ Roger Jahnke • Oct 22 • Schott, Rm 31

1 Saturday • 10:00AM - 1:00PM • $25

➜ Free Health Care System ‘C’ - Qigong,

The Medicine Within

Qigong, or Chinese Mind-Body Energetics Practice, may be the

most eloquent self-healing system ever developed by human

beings. Find out how health maximization, stress neutralization,

philosophy and poetic imagery all converge in one easy-toimplement

practice. Discover the marvels of the most profound

medicine produced within the human body and incredibly it is

absolutely free. Come away with the secrets of creating ancient

medicine within and explore this eloquent interaction of body,

breath and mind practice.

Course number: 608755

ID 19630 SAT ❯ Roger Jahnke • Oct 29 • Schott, Rm 31

1 Saturday • 10:00AM - 1:00PM • $25

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➜ Heal Fatigue and Find Sources of Energy

NEW!

Need more energy? Fatigue is debilitating and depressing. It limits

what we can do and our outlook on life. Fatigue interferes with

healing every organ of the body, especially the immune system,

heart, lungs, and nerves. Learn about readily available and cutting

edge tests to explore the causes of fatigue. Explore the role of high

energy food, supplements, hormones, and exercise. Come away

knowing the qualities of a healthy heart, mind and spirit, and what

might give you more energy.

Course number: 608770

ID 19660 SAT ❯ James Kwako • Sep 24 • Schott, Auditorium

1 Saturday • 10:00AM - 12:00PM • $19

➜ Long Term Care: Myths and Realities

One out of every two people will require some long term care

(LTC) during their life. The costs for care keep escalating and can

easily wipe out retirement funds and dramatically change the lives

of family members having to care for a loved one. LTC insurance

provides a viable option for those who plan ahead. Discover what

policies are available today and learn a formula that may help you

decide how much, if any, coverage is appropriate.

Note: This class is sponsored.

Course number: 608631

ID 19606 EVE ❯ Diane Doiron • Oct 12 • Schott, Rm 31

1 Wednesday • 7:30PM - 9:30PM • $0

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➜ Healing Body and Soul with Essential Oils

ADHS NEW!

Essential oils are naturally distilled essences of plants used for

centuries to heal the body and soul. Explore oils to increase

energy, enhance positivity, and address simple ailments. Discover

their unique characteristics as it relates to their physiological and

psychological benefits. Delve into the main fragrant categories,

parameters of use, and application methods. Come away knowing

why the quality of an essential oil matters and how to determine its

authenticity enroute to becoming a healthier you.

Course number: 608665

ID 19698 SAT ❯ Brian Falk • Oct 1 • Schott, Rm 3

1 Saturday • 9:00AM - 12:30PM • $29

➜ Meditate and Recharge with Yin Yoga NEW!

Yin yoga cultivates inner peace while focusing externally on

increasing circulation and decreasing injury and sickness. Begin

with Qigong to start moving energy and stimulating your immune

system. Explore poses that focus on connective tissues of the

body to heighten circulation in the joints and improve flexibility.

Surrender yourself to a variety of yin yoga poses in a tranquil

environment that induces a meditative state. Come away feeling

centered and limber and ready to take on the world with grace and

calm.

Course number: 608771

ID 19697 ❯ Gabriele Barysch-Crosbie • Oct 3 - Nov 21 • Wake,

Auditorium

8 Mondays • 9:30AM - 10:30AM • $49

➜ Live to be 100 and Die Disease Free

Imagine eliminating chronic illness from 95% of your life while

having the ability to control the ‘aging hormone’ responsible for

repair and maintenance at the cellular level. Discover the role of

intermittent fasting to enhance health and to increase cellular

resistance to disease. Take control and reverse the aging process

using strength training. Learn how the right kind of exercise can

impact sexual vitality. Transform yourself to find a new and diseasefree

world that awaits you.

Course number: 608745

ID 19614 SAT ❯ Mikki Reilly • Sep 24 • Schott, Rm 31

1 Saturday • 10:00AM - 11:30AM • $15

➜ Navigating the Medicare Maze

This class helps students tackle the Medicare maze and arms them

with tools to make important health care decisions. Students will

be able to track the differences between the Medigap policies and

Medicare Advantage policies. The complexity of the prescription

drug program will be unraveled. In this class students will learn how

to deal with physicians under the Medicare programs and track their

ongoing medical costs.

Course number: 608632

ID 19607 EVE ❯ Diane Doiron • Sep 28 • Schott, Rm 31

1 Wednesday • 7:30PM - 9:30PM • $15

➜ Scientific Nutrition - Thinking Outside of

the Box

Eating a healthy diet can help people to heal themselves from

Overweight, (Pre)-Diabetes, High Cholesterol, Low Energy,

Digestive problems, Depression/Mood/Sleep Disorders, Allergies

etc. In this far-reaching class, we will explore science and researchbased

theories that may challenge conventional wisdom. We start

with a systematic overview of human physiology, and find out how

we may use food to heal a variety of health-related issues. As many

health issues are caused by stress, part of each session will focus

on stress release through meditation and imagery. Apply what you

learn in this class for a healthier, happier life.

Course number: 608711

ID 19636 EVE ❯ Tanja Stoyan • Sep 19 - Oct 10 • Wake, Rm 16

4 Mondays • 6:00PM - 8:30PM • $59 + Materials $5

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MIND & SUPERMIND

➜ Mind and Supermind: Nature of Innovation

and Santa Barbara Entrepreneurship NEW!

An early Apple executive and successful ‘veteran’ from Silicon

Valley, Trip Hawkins led the development of two major American

industries - personal computers and video games. Trip examines

how and why Silicon Valley happened and provides insight about

the nature of innovation. Citing research on genetics, neuroscience,

personality, emotional intelligence, and culture, Hawkins draws

conclusions about the role of identity and mindfulness, and how

Santa Barbara can bring a refreshing 21st century model to global

entrepreneurship.

Note: Tuition/Fees partially covered through private donations.

Spencer Sherman will be the moderator for the event.

Course number: 202197

ID 19678 EVE ❯ Spencer Sherman • Nov 7 • New Vic Theatre, Main

theatre

1 Monday • 7:30PM - 9:30PM • $20

PSYCHOLOGY & SPIRITUALITY

➜ ADHD Through the Lifespan

This class teaches students how to address complex issues about

effectively recognizing Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder

(ADHD) throughout the lifespan. Students explore cutting-edge

strategies to help them manage distractibility, disorganization,

interrupting in conversations, restlessness, moodiness, and

impulsive decisions. Students learn to identify if members of

their family have ADHD and gain insightful tools to cope with

hopelessness, chronic underachievement, low frustration tolerance,

and poor self-esteem.

Course number: 202213

ID 19599 SAT ❯ Roland Rotz • Nov 5 • Schott, Rm 3

1 Saturday • 9:00AM - 12:30PM • $29

CLL PRESENTS:

Psychology and

Health Specials

➜ Mind & Supermind: Nature of

Innovation and Santa Barbara

Entrepreneurship (p.25)

With Trip Hawkins, early Apple executive and

successful Silicon Valley 'veteran'

Learn how the role of identity and

mindfulness helped shape Silicon Valley, and

how Santa Barbara can bring a refreshing 21st

century model to global entrepreneurship.

➜ NEW! Dare to be 100: Science-Based

Secrets of Long Life (p.23)

With Walter Bortz, M.D. Renowned

Geriatrician/Gerontologist, Former Mind &

Supermind Presenter

Overcome obstacles and reach your

potential. Diet and attitude are two

scientifically-proven pillars to living a long

life. Find out about the others.

➜ NEW! Beyond Mindfulness: An Aware,

Engaged Life (p.26)

BODY, MIND, SPIRIT

➜ Ancient Wisdom and The Torah in

Today’s World

Living a moral and ethical life requires more than contemplation

in peaceful places: it requires training the mind and body to be in

alignment with the soul. Discover how tending the soul involves

exercising the muscle of consciousness to prepare for ordeals

such as difficult relationships or situations. Exploring the teachings

and stories of the Torah and ancient texts can guide us in the

development of our modern day consciousness. Enjoy and grow in

these discussions about the Torah’s meanings and boundaries in the

context of your personal life and today’s western world.

Course number: 202723

ID 19598 ❯ Eliyahu Gevirtz • Oct 28 - Nov 4 • Schott, Rm 5

2 Fridays • 10:00AM - 12:00PM • $25

With Spencer Sherman, Ph.D. Clinical

Psychologist, SBCC Psychology Professor,

Popular CLL Teacher

Examine and apply the very best of what East

and West have discovered to be an enhanced

understanding of well-being.

Classes

fill fast.

Register

now!

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➜ Art of Mediumship: Talking to Spirit

Communicating with loved ones in spirit is not just a skill reserved

for a few gifted people. You can make this kind of communication

a healing and consistent part of your life. Learn about life after

life, how to communicate with your loved ones and how to bring

spirit through for others. In our third hour together, your teacher, a

trained Medium, will bring through messages from your loved ones.

Love never dies. Come discover this in the Art of Mediumship class.

Note: Not recommended for people with Dissociative Identity

Disorder.

Course number: 202651

ID 19373 SAT ❯ Terri Cooper • Sep 17 • Wake, Rm 20

1 Saturday • 10:00AM - 2:00PM • $35

ID 19374 SAT ❯ Terri Cooper • Dec 3 • Wake, Rm 20

1 Saturday • 10:00AM - 2:00PM • $35

➜ Attracting Abundance

Isn’t it time to release your self-destructive patterns? Let go of

old patterns and learn the strategies to Attract Abundance! You

can achieve your financial and life goals by transforming your

relationship with money. Identify how barriers to financial success

are often formed in childhood when money is used to express

desires, power, love, envy, anger or revenge in the family. Unravel

the psychological threads that entangle you in ‘money madness,’

and learn to eliminate self-destructive patterns, magical thinking

and irrational attitudes that hold you back.

Course number: 202209

ID 19610 SAT ❯ Gloria (Arenson) Brockway • Nov 12 • Schott, Rm 3

1 Saturday • 9:00AM - 1:00PM • $35

➜ Energy Psychology: 3 New Possibilities for

Rapid Healing

Energy Psychology is a family of healing methods that blend

contemporary psychology and ancient healing traditions to

provide relief from mind-body distress. Learn 3 simple, innovative

techniques that transform stress, anxiety, fear, cravings, and anger

gently and rapidly. Changing your body’s energies changes your

neurochemistry. That changes your mind, your mood and your

behavior. Practice using BSFF: Be Set Free Fast and Expanded

Meridian Tapping to eliminate negative emotions. Explore using

intention and affirmation to resolve problems and pain with Ask

and Receive. Face stressful situations with a positive attitude after

practicing the techniques learned in this class.

Course number: 202637

ID 19693 SAT ❯ Gloria (Arenson) Brockway • Oct 15 • Schott, Rm 3

1 Saturday • 9:00AM - 1:00PM • $35

➜ Find the Love of Your Life

In this class you will learn proven techniques to find the love of

your life, that special romance that you seek! Learn the number

one secret to finding the perfect love for you. Identify the qualities

of a love that will last for life. Find ways to change how you select

a partner so that you get the one you really want. Recognize and

attract a lover who is really available and ready for a lifetime love,

and find out who is not. Discover your hidden barriers to love and

learn how to overcome them.

Course number: 202553

ID 19656 EVE ❯ Barbara Boyd • Aug 25 - Sep 15 • Schott, Rm 3

4 Thursdays • 6:00PM - 8:00PM • $49

➜ Beyond Mindfulness: An Aware, Engaged Life

NEW!

What brings fulfillment? How does one live a joyous, meaningful

life? Do mindfulness and positive psychology converge on a new

and compelling answer? Join our community of sophisticated

seekers as we examine and apply the very best of what East and

West have discovered. The synthesis is an enhanced understanding

of well-being, for each and all of us.

Course number: 202727

ID 19676 ❯ Spencer Sherman • Sep 9 - Oct 21 • Schott, Auditorium

7 Fridays • 10:15AM - 11:45AM • $69

➜ Hiking Santa Barbara

Are you looking for gentle exercise in beautiful places and with

excellent company? If so, join us as we hike the trails, beaches,

parks and neighborhoods of Santa Barbara. The hikes are about

three miles and fairly level. We move at the relaxed pace, stretching

at the beginning and resting halfway to meditate. You will see

places you haven’t seen in a while and places you have never seen!

Can you think of a happier, healthier way to spend a Wednesday

morning?

Course number: 202644

ID 19574 ❯ Rodger Sorrow • Aug 31 - Oct 5 • Wake, Rm 16

6 Wednesdays • 9:30AM - 12:00PM • $89

ID 19575 ❯ Rodger Sorrow • Oct 19 - Nov 23 • Wake, Rm 20

6 Wednesdays • 9:30AM - 12:00PM • $89

55+

Vendors

Saturday, November 12 th

10am - 4pm • Wake Campus

Ceramics • Glass Arts • Jewelry Weaving Sewing & Fabric Arts

Flower Arrangements • Cards, Original Paintings, Drawings, Prints • and much more!

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➜ Hiking Santa Barbara - Intermediate NEW!

Mindful hiking can transform consciousness. Enjoy moderate

exercise as we hike the exquisite front county trails overlooking

Santa Barbara, and develop your diaphragmatic breathing and

self-confidence. Our hikes are about three miles with mild elevation

gain. We’ll stretch at the beginning, move at a steady pace, and

rest halfway to meditate. Discover places that you haven’t seen in a

long time, and discover places that you’ve never seen. Come away

with a renewed relationship with nature and a heightened sense of

well-being.

Course number: 202728

ID 19671 ❯ Rodger Sorrow • Sep 6 - Oct 11 • Wake, Rm 16

6 Tuesdays • 9:30AM - 12:00PM • $89

➜ How to Communicate Simply, Lovingly,

and Effectively

Discover how you can communicate constructively and effectively

in any situation using the principle of Attitude Reconstruction.

Attitude Reconstruction blends the best of western and eastern

approaches, and shows you how to harness the innate tools you

were born with to build a life of joy, love, and peace. Topics that will

be explored include: The Four Communication Rules; the Lucky 13

Communication Tips for talking with others; the ‘I’ 5-Step to speak

up about any difficult topic, and models for resolving differences.

Course number: 506216

ID 19659 SAT ❯ Jude Bijou • Nov 12 • Schott, Rm 6

1 Saturday • 9:30AM - 4:30PM • $49

➜ How to Enjoy Anger

When we’re angry, three things are happening: 1) We’re upset

because we are not getting what we want. (2) We’re blaming

someone or something for us not getting what we want. (3)

We’re about to speak or act in such a way that will most probably

guarantee that we will not get what we want. Learn how to change

this pattern and ask for what you want. It is recommended that

students have a basic knowledge of Nonviolent Communication.

Course number: 202584

ID 19626 SAT ❯ Rodger Sorrow • Oct 8 • Wake, Rm 20

1 Saturday • 9:00AM - 4:00PM • $49

➜ Kissing The Joy As It Flies: Zen Buddhism and a

Life Well Lived

Zen is an ancient but accessible practice that helps you manage

stressful emotions and changing life situations, enjoy the simple

moments of daily life, find contentment and peace, and fully

appreciate your life. Discover how Zen draws on elegant Buddhist

psychological and ethical principles that enrich your perspective

and deepen your understanding. Develop a reservoir of ‘meditative

muscle’ to bring you increased acceptance and joy throughout

your life’s changing circumstances. Everyday examples, clear

instructions, and warm responsiveness will help you learn to

practice Zen while sitting (in a chair or on a cushion), walking, or

doing any daily activity.

Course number: 202717

ID 19608 SAT ❯ Joseph Bobrow • Sep 17 • Schott, Auditorium

1 Saturday • 9:00AM - 12:00PM • $25

➜ Kundalini and Other Energy Portals to Spirit

NEW!

The yoga Kundalini is potential feminine energy coiled at the

base of the spine like a snake. Yogis stress that movement of this

primal force is essential for spiritual growth. Many indigenous

cultures have utilized this energy for millennia. Explore various

manifestations of this energy including remote viewing, diagnosis,

healing, telepathy, and precognition. Discover how to activate and

manage this and other more subtle energies. Realize the benefits

of passive and active meditation, breath work, chanting, nature

and wilderness, and apply this knowledge to facilitate your own

transpersonal growth.

Course number: 202729

ID 19670 SAT ❯ David Cumes • Oct 1 - Oct 8 • Schott, Auditorium

2 Saturdays • 10:00AM - 12:00PM • $25

➜ Life Realignment After Illness

Living in the aftermath of a health crisis and unsure what to do

next? Experiencing acute or chronic illness can shake your faith in

yourself and your ability to fulfill your obligations to family, work,

and community. Discover how to mine the emotional and social

fallout of your health issues to find hidden gifts. Explore how the

Life Realignment process can help you to let go of fear, rebuild your

self-confidence, and find the internal and external support you

need moving forward. Learn how to use health challenges to realign

with your soul’s purpose and find the joy of following your life’s true

path.

Note: Class is co-taught by Deb Artz.

Course number: 202701

ID 19603 SAT ❯ (Cathy) Catherine Boggs • Nov 5 • Wake, Rm 18

1 Saturday • 10:00AM - 1:00PM • $25

BODY, MIND, SPIRIT

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➜ Life Realignment for Career Transitioners

Are you undergoing a major career transition, not sure what you

want to do next, and experiencing the disorienting emotions, both

negative and positive, that accompany career changes? Whether

you’re just starting out in your career, retiring from one, rejoining

the workforce after a break, or reassessing your objectives midcareer,

you’ll discover how to clarify your goals and how to re-tool

your self-images and beliefs. Find out how to use this transition

period to realign with your soul’s purpose and create the life’s work

you truly desire. Start developing an action plan for the next phase

of your life now.

Note: Class is co-taught by Deb Artz.

Course number: 509071

ID 19604 SAT ❯ (Cathy) Catherine Boggs • Oct 22 • Wake, Rm 18

1 Saturday • 10:00AM - 1:00PM • $25

➜ Love - Too Good To Leave But Too Bad To Stay?

Do you have a history of unhappy love relationships or are you

currently in one now? Are you miserable yet unable to move on?

Explore your fear of not being lovable or your worry that you are

undeserving of a mate who loves and treats you well. Discover how

to recognize and release self-defeating beliefs to break this pattern

once and for all. Utilizing solution-focused techniques, you will

come away knowing what gifts you offer in a relationship and the

type of person with whom you would like to build a future.

Course number: 202707

ID 19613 SAT ❯ Gloria (Arenson) Brockway • Sep 17 • Schott, Rm 3

1 Saturday • 9:00AM - 1:00PM • $35

➜ Practicing Mindfulness - Harmony, Health,

Happiness

Learn a range of mindful meditation, movement, and contemplation

techniques so you can discover and create a daily practice that

best meets your needs - whether it is to strengthen your health

and well-being, focus attention, reduce negative stress responses,

or simply experience greater joy and contentment. Remembering

how to live in this present moment strengthens our body, calms our

mind, and helps us greet life’s challenges and surprises with greater

courage and ease. Beginners and experienced meditators welcome.

Course number: 202575

ID 19565 ❯ Dana Drobny • Oct 18 - Nov 15 • Schott, Rm 31

5 Tuesdays • 11:00AM - 1:00PM • $59

ID 19635 SAT ❯ Dana Drobny • Dec 3 • Schott, Auditorium

1 Saturday • 9:30AM - 12:30PM • $25

➜ Premonitions as Preventive Medicine NEW!

Premonitions are flashes of insight that precede actual events.

Premonitions have also been shown to prevent accidents, injuries,

illness and even death. Discover how major events and diseases

often have many warning signs. Increase your awareness of

premonitions, find out how to enhance your receptiveness, and

learn how to act when you need to do so. Exploring the science

and stories of premonitions, and knowing how to act on your own

premonitions will give you an enhanced sense of health and wellbeing.

Course number: 202730

ID 19662 SAT ❯ James Kwako • Nov 5 • Schott, Auditorium

1 Saturday • 10:00AM - 12:00PM • $19

➜ Manifestation Magic NEW!

Manifestation magic unlocks your inner ability to create the life

that you want. Explore how to set reachable and achievable goals,

and construct a roadmap of how to get there. Discover simple yet

powerful methods including visualization and affirmations to meet

and exceed your aspirations. Cosmic consciousness and meditation

will bridge inner desires with your conscious, outer self. Come away

with a personalized vision board of your goals along with the tools

to transform them into reality.

Course number: 202734

ID 19696 SAT ❯ Kathleen Gruver • Oct 22 • Wake, Rm 16

1 Saturday • 12:00PM - 4:00PM • $39 + Materials $10

➜ Past Life Regression Workshop

More than half the world embraces the belief that we have lived

before and that our lives through time affect the life we lead today.

Learn about the theory of Reincarnation, experience a past life

regression during the session and then have your facilitator, who is

a gifted Past Life Reader, bring through vital information for you -

information that will enhance your understanding of the life you are

living and how to maximize its potential. Don’t miss this fascinating

journey.

Course number: 202591

ID 19376 SAT ❯ Terri Cooper • Nov 5 • Wake, Rm 20

1 Saturday • 10:00AM - 2:00PM • $35

➜ Sacred Sites: Tracking Earth Spirit NEW!

Sacred sites, ancient and modern, are a worldwide phenomenon.

Follow the Earth spirit’s trail via myth-imbued ancient Greek

sanctuaries, majestic Egyptian temples, puzzling pre-Roman

Etruscan ruins, Neolithic alignments in Brittany, and Knights

Templar power sites in Southern France. Explore the mysteries

behind Earth energies, and also the three pre-requisites and four

properties of sacred sites. Discover the principles of purpose,

directions, shapes, numbers, and intention, and how multifarious

cultures, including the Chumash, have applied these principles.

Harness these concepts and create your own, personalized sacred

space.

Course number: 202731

ID 19675 ❯ Svetlana Meritt • Oct 28 - Nov 18 • Schott, Auditorium

3 Fridays • 10:15AM - 11:45AM • $29

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➜ SoulCollage: An Artful Path to Self-Discovery

SoulCollage is a process that inspirationally integrates creativity

and insight into present states of consciousness. Drawing on

imagination and intuition you will become an instant artist and

explorer with the remarkable images you collage. Through

invitation you will step deeply into story using symbolism,

journaling, visualization and community, thus tapping into

the internal allies, guides and challenges active in every soul.

The process honors each individual’s journey, promoting selfacceptance

and growth. By recognizing and respecting the

complexities unique to every person we discover that all the

answers we need are within us.

Course number: 202690

ID 19625 SAT ❯ Pamela Nichols • Sep 10 • Wake, Rm 18

1 Saturday • 9:00AM - 4:30PM • $49 + Materials $6

➜ SoulCollage: Illuminating the Shadow

SoulCollage is a process that naturally inspires and enables us to

embrace all aspects of who we are through collage. ‘The Shadow’

is a Jungian term often used in SoulCollage that has to do with

balance. Any form, whether visible or invisible, has the potential to

lose its balance and show its Shadow. When a self-energy becomes

exaggerated, we say it is manifesting Shadow. And yet when a

form’s energy is ‘absent when needed’ this is also Shadow. Our

Shadow is the teacher, the trainer and the guide that supports us in

uncovering our magnificence.

Course number: 202674

ID 19605 SAT ❯ Pamela Nichols • Oct 1 • Wake, Rm 20

1 Saturday • 9:00AM - 4:30PM • $49 + Materials $6

➜ The Secrets of Men’s Depression - The Plight of

Wounded and Wounding Men

Did you know that the standard diagnosis of depression was

developed based on research with women? Yet, the ‘covert’

expression of depression observed in men is far different than

the overt expression of depression seen in women. Cultural

expectations make it unacceptable for men to fall into emotional

collapse, so wounded men keep depression well hidden. Men’s

depression must be acknowledged and treated in a way that

successfully accommodates this different expression. Join this

exploratory and informational discussion that will include the

breakthrough work of Terry Real, Pia Melody, and Brene Brown.

Course number: 202593

ID 19600 SAT ❯ Wendy Allen • Dec 3 • Schott, Rm 6

1 Saturday • 9:00AM - 12:00PM • $25

➜ Whale Whisperer

Embark on an exploration into the mystical beauty, grace and

intelligence of whales while also discovering the science behind

how whales are a fundamental building block of the Earth’s

ecosystem. Through a unique guided meditation to whale song,

explore the possibilities of tapping into the collective consciousness

of cetaceans as a resource for spiritual growth. Go deeper with a

discussion of the whales’ loving, inspirational messages and gain a

broader understanding of our synergistic relationship to our planet

and how whales are integral to sustaining life on earth.

Note: Class is co-taught by Carolyn Gorman.

Course number: 202703

ID 19601 SAT ❯ Keith Hale • Nov 5 • Schott, Rm 6

1 Saturday • 9:30AM - 1:00PM • $29

BODY, MIND, SPIRIT

➜ Taking Control of Skin Conditions NEW!

Emotional issues can trigger or make a significant contribution

to skin issues. As a result, medical treatments alone may not

be enough to cure the condition. Explore how relaxation,

visualizations, hypnosis, meditation, and a mixture of cognitive

behavioral therapy and body-focused psychotherapy are important

complementary therapies - particularly in medically resistant cases.

Take control by discovering how to manage your emotional triggers

and by developing strategies to alleviate skin conditions and hair

pulling. It could change your life.

Course number: 202732

ID 19710 SAT ❯ Matt Traube • Oct 22 • Schott, Rm 6

1 Saturday • 9:00AM - 12:00PM • $25

➜ Tarot Cards Demystified NEW!

Mysterious, intriguing, and powerful - tarot cards have fascinated

people across cultures since the 1400’s. Have you ever wondered

about these seemingly magical cards, what they are, and how are

they used? Explore the true meaning of tarot cards. Discover how

they can be used not only for fun but also to connect with your own

body/mind consciousness for relaxation and mental healing. Come

away with valuable skills to help you use tarot cards for personal

growth and insight.

Course number: 202733

ID 19695 SAT ❯ Alyce Jackson • Sep 24 • Wake, Rm 20

1 Saturday • 9:00AM - 12:30PM • $29

Classes & Workshops

Start Every Week!

Evenings, Weekdays

and Saturdays

www.theCLL.org

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Events,

Language, Photo

Feed your world...

at the Center

➜ Current Events (p. 30)

EVENTS, LANGUAGE, PHOTO

CURRENT EVENTS, WORLD

AFFAIRS & LOCAL CULTURE

➜ Current Events

Class designed to stimulate awareness of contemporary issues and

events and to encourage discussion with other students on these

issues and events. The class explores topics related to international,

national, state and local events. Students are invited to ask

questions and make comments regarding each class topic.

Course number: 1005

ID 19381 ❯ Fred Hofmann • Aug 23 - Sep 20 • Vista del Monte

Retirement Community, Los Padres Lounge

5 Tuesdays • 10:30AM - 12:00PM • $45

ID 19382 ❯ Fred Hofmann • Aug 26 - Sep 23 • Schott, Rm 31

5 Fridays • 10:30AM - 12:00PM • $45

ID 19383 ❯ Fred Hofmann • Sep 27 - Oct 25 • Vista del Monte

Retirement Community, Los Padres Lounge

5 Tuesdays • 10:30AM - 12:00PM • $45

ID 19384 ❯ Fred Hofmann • Sep 30 - Oct 21 • Schott, Rm 31

4 Fridays • 10:30AM - 12:00PM • $35

ID 19385 ❯ Fred Hofmann • Oct 28 - Dec 2 • Schott, Rm 31

4 Fridays • 10:30AM - 12:00PM • $35

ID 19386 ❯ Fred Hofmann • Nov 1 - Nov 29 • Vista del Monte

Retirement Community, Los Padres Lounge

5 Tuesdays • 10:30AM - 12:00PM • $45

LANGUAGES

➜ French 1

This class is for students with little or no prior French knowledge.

The class will also benefit those students planning to travel to

a French-speaking country. Engaging learning activities focus

on the development of practical language usage in everyday

life: introductions, meeting new people, descriptions of others,

numbers, food and entertainment, clothing, colors and other

basic vocabulary. Students will be introduced to the basics of

pronunciation, spelling, and present tense. Grammar will include:

Gender and plurals of articles, nouns and adjectives, important

verbs and their constructions, to be, to have, use of negatives,

forming questions, use of there is/are and prepositions.

Course number: 102024

ID 19581 EVE ❯ Valerie Comte • Sep 14 - Nov 9 • Schott, Rm 5

9 Wednesdays • 5:30PM - 7:30PM • $109 + Materials $5

➜ French 3

Practice French in an interactive environment through dialogues,

vocabulary, grammar and pronunciation. Discover the foundation

of French grammar, carious forms of negations and comparisons.

Review the present tense, the passé compose, and present

progressive tense and explore the use of imperfect tense.

Conversation is emphasized but all areas of language are covered

including listening, writing, and reading. Note: French 3 is for

students who have completed French 2 class or those who have

had some French instruction in the past.

Course number: 102026

ID 19445 EVE ❯ Valerie Comte • Sep 15 - Nov 10 • Schott, Rm 6

9 Thursdays • 5:30PM - 7:30PM • $109 + Materials $5

➜ French 9 Advanced: Speak like a Parisian

Are you fluent in French and want to practice speaking it on a

regular basis? French 9 - Speak Like a Parisian is a conversational

class for students who have taken 10 years of French or are able

to converse fluently. Students will deepen their conversation skills

by studying French culture, history, current affairs, and idiomatic

expressions. Oral presentations, interviews, songs, and movies (with

no subtitles) will be used and grammar will be reviewed briefly.

Engage in lively dialogue and watch your conversation skills soar.

Course number: 102032

ID 19445 EVE ❯ Valerie Comte • Sep 13 - Nov 8 • Schott, Rm 3

9 Tuesdays • 5:15PM - 7:15PM • $109 + Materials $5

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➜ Spanish 1 - First Steps

This basic conversational class is for students with no prior Spanish

knowledge. Engaging learning activities focus on the development

of practical language usage in everyday life: introductions,

meeting new people, descriptions of others, numbers, clothing,

colors and other basic vocabulary. Students master the basics

of pronunciation, spelling, and present tense while participating

in activities that also increase their knowledge of the Spanishspeaking

world.

Course number: 105157

ID 19651 ❯ Barbara Lotito • Sep 15 - Nov 17 • Wake, Rm 20

10 Thursdays • 12:30PM - 2:30PM • $119

ID 19631 EVE ❯ Wesley Hensley • Sep 19 - Nov 7 • Schott, Rm 31

8 Mondays • 6:00PM - 8:00PM • $95

➜ Spanish 6 - Intermediate Conversational

For students with some fluency in Spanish and mastery of the

present tenses, as well as the present past tense. Learning activities

focus on family relationships, talking about one’s childhood, and

youth. Students learn to talk about news articles relating to the

environment, climate change and modes of transportation. Topics

include the imperfect past tense, the present perfect, prepositions

with pronouns, distinction between ‘por’ and ‘para’, more adjectives

and adverbs, idiomatic expressions and vocabulary.

Course number: 105165

ID 19388 EVE ❯ Bonnie Blakley • Sep 13 - Nov 15 • Schott, Rm 6

10 Tuesdays • 5:15PM - 7:15PM • $119

ID 19571 EVE ❯ Irma Esquivel-Kromis • Sep 14 - Nov 16 • Schott, Rm 31

10 Wednesdays • 5:15PM - 7:15PM • $119

➜ Spanish 2 - Low beginning Conversational

This class is for students with very little knowledge of Spanish

or who have had exposure to more Spanish but some time ago.

Students will review the sound system, how to describe people, and

how to form sentences in the present tense, and will learn to talk of

plans, preferences, numbers, and to ask for basic information.

Course number: 105161

ID 19390 EVE ❯ Bonnie Blakley • Sep 14 - Nov 16 • Schott, Rm 6

10 Wednesdays • 5:15PM - 7:15PM • $119

ID 19652 EVE ❯ Barbara Lotito • Sep 15 - Nov 17 • Wake, Rm 18

10 Thursdays • 5:15PM - 7:15PM • $119

➜ Spanish 4 - High Beginning Conversational

For students who are familiar with the present tense of the regular

and irregular verbs. Conversational skills with an emphasis on

practical everyday expressions will be the focus of this course.

Students will learn the present progressive, introduction to indirect

object pronouns, comparisons and verbs ‘conocer’ vs. ‘poder’. A

brief introduction of the Past Tense will be included. The students

will participate in useful and fun activities that will help them

expand their use of Spanish.

Course number: 105163

ID 19567 EVE ❯ Silvia Morgan • Sep 7 - Nov 9 • Wake, Rm 18

10 Wednesdays • 5:15PM - 7:15PM • $119

➜ Spanish 5 - Low Intermediate Conversational

Are you ready to start talking about what you did on your last

vacation or project? Do you interact with native Spanish speakers

and would you like to understand their stories? You will benefit the

most if you are already comfortable speaking in the Present Tense.

Learning activities and games will focus on reporting past events,

expressing likes and dislikes. Topics include regular and irregular

preterit verb forms, direct and indirect object pronouns, and the

impersonal ‘se.’ All classes are geared toward improving your

conversational Spanish.

Course number: 105164

ID 19569 ❯ Irma Esquivel-Kromis • Sep 13 - Nov 15 • Wake, Rm 18

10 Tuesdays • 12:15PM - 2:15PM • $119

➜ Spanish 7 - High Intermediate Conversational

Are you ready to have a Spanish conversation using all of the

Spanish verb tenses? Learn to confidently combine past, present

and ‘going to’ future in Spanish! Learning activities focus on

telling your own stories, to allow you to make Spanish speaking

acquaintances and friends. We practice by talking about the past

focusing on people students admire. Students discuss books we

read as a group, internet articles, songs, poems, movies, and other

paragraphs or dialogues supplied by instructor. You will understand

the distinction between all verb tenses, some idiomatic expressions

and vocabulary. All classes are geared toward improving your

conversational Spanish.

Course number: 105166

ID 19568 ❯ Silvia Morgan • Sep 8 - Nov 10 • Wake, Rm 18

10 Thursdays • 12:15PM - 2:15PM • $119

➜ Spanish 9 - Advanced Conversational

This class is for students with considerable Spanish knowledge,

learning activities focus on reporting past events, giving commands,

indirect commands, and expressing wishes, desires and plans.

Topics include relative pronouns, uses of ‘se’, past subjunctive,

idiomatic expressions and vocabulary.

Course number: 105167

ID 19389 ❯ Bonnie Blakley • Sep 13 - Nov 15 • Schott, Rm 6

10 Tuesdays • 12:45PM - 2:45PM • $119

ID 19650 ❯ Barbara Lotito • Sep 13 - Nov 15 • Schott, Rm 6

10 Tuesdays • 3:00PM - 5:00PM • $119

Registration is Easy!

EVENTS, LANGUAGE, PHOTO

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EVENTS, LANGUAGE, PHOTO

PHOTOGRAPHY & FILM

➜ Create Photographs With Impact

Discover new techniques and skills to help elevate your

photography from average to exciting. Join an award winning

professional photographer as you learn how to strengthen your

compositions and create compelling photographs in any light

source using a wide variety of techniques, including selective focus,

motion blur, manipulation of light sources, backlighting, contrast,

color saturation, rule of thirds, forced perspective and many more.

By the end of this class, you will have the tools to pre-visualize new,

dynamic photographs, making the great leap from taking photos to

creating photographs with impact.

Course number: 411071

ID 19413 ❯ (Chuck) Charles Place • Sep 12 - Oct 10 • Schott, Rm 6

5 Mondays • 9:00AM - 12:00PM • $150

➜ Location Photo Shoots with a Pro NEW!

Join nationally acclaimed magazine photographer Chuck Place as

you explore different locations in the Santa Barbara area with your

camera. You may visit the bustling Santa Barbara Farmers Market

one week or the beautifully restored La Purisima Mission State

Historic Park near Lompoc the next. Each session will be a different

location, depending on events and time of year. Get feedback

each week and learn how a professional photographer approaches

various subjects or locations. Note: Some camera experience

recommended.

Course number: 411074

ID 19411 SAT ❯ (Chuck) Charles Place • Sep 10 - Oct 8 • Schott, Rm 6

5 Saturdays • 9:00AM - 12:00PM • $150

➜ Photograph Your Own Artwork – Tips and

Techniques NEW!

Part of being an artist is documenting your creations to post on

web sites or submit to galleries and competitions. Discover the

tools to create photographs that highlight your work by effectively

capturing the color, drama and essence of your art. Practice the

techniques that result photographs worthy of your artwork. Learn

different styles of marketing your artwork, from product to lifestyle

photography, and how to create those kinds of pictures. Start

sharing your work with the world!

Course number: 411075

ID 19590 ❯ Lindsey Baumsteiger • Sep 8 - Sep 29 • Schott, Rm 6

4 Thursdays • 11:00AM - 2:00PM • $72 + Lab $5

➜ Photography For Travelers

Discover the techniques professional travel photographers use to

create dynamic, powerful images in any kind of situation. Learn

to produce spectacular architectural and landscape photographs

captured at the perfect time of day. Gain insights into approaching

strangers and learn how to produce intimate portraits with minimal

equipment and available light. Leverage bad weather, producing

some of your most popular images, and learn how to make use

of harsh mid-day sunlight. Make the images from your next trip

captivating to both friends and family while transporting you back

to the sights, sounds and smells of your favorite destinations.

Course number: 411070

ID 19412 ❯ (Chuck) Charles Place • Sep 13 - Oct 11 • Schott, Rm 6

5 Tuesdays • 9:00AM - 12:00PM • $150

WRITING & LITERATURE

➜ Explorations in Literature

Become a more avid, savvy reader of fiction by learning how to

‘close-read’. Fiction reveals relationships between people and

people’s relationships to the world. Fiction often gives a clearer

view of its times than contemporary news reports of history. Explore

literature and understand the dynamics of fiction and how they

apply to your life. As you learn what to look for in your reading, your

pleasure and confidence in your literary judgment will grow with

every page you turn.

Course number: 157169

ID 19681 ❯ Shelly Lowenkopf • Aug 23 - Nov 8 • Schott, Rm 3

12 Tuesdays • 1:00PM - 3:00PM • $144

➜ Getting Started, Getting Good, and Getting

Your Fiction Published

Effective, publishable fiction requires intriguing characters, a good

story line, a compelling narrative voice, convincing dialogue,

energetic pace, palpable mood, and a strong relationship to

contemporary life. Easy to prescribe but difficult to achieve, but the

necessary skills can be taught. This class, presented by a longtime

editor and writer, provides instruction in the vital techniques,

an arena for practicing them until those skills are mastered, and

demonstrable ways for the student to develop an individual

narrative voice.

Note: Optional reading fee $20. Please come to the Wake or Schott

front desk to pay your reader fees during or after the second week

of class.

Course number: 157171

ID 19682 EVE ❯ Shelly Lowenkopf • Aug 24 - Nov 9 • Schott, Rm 20

12 Wednesdays • 5:15PM - 7:15PM • $144

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➜ How to Read Like a Writer NEW!

Ever wonder how writers. when being interviewed or giving

presentations, sound so focused, knowledgeable, and humorous?

It’s because they’ve learned ‘close reading’ - how to read in a

special, meaningful way that informs their thinking and writing.

Close Reading techniques are taught to poets, essayists, novelists,

and literature teachers, and show you how the special awareness is

achieved and how to look behind the scenes of story, narrative, and

verse. Develop heightened awareness, through examination of texts

of why good writers are good, why you have trouble finishing the

work of mediocre writers, and yes, how to be funny.

Course number: 151350

ID 19358 EVE ❯ Shelly Lowenkopf • Aug 22 - Nov 7 • Schott, Rm 3

11 Mondays • 7:15PM - 9:15PM • $132

➜ Using Narrative Therapy - It Could Transform

Your Life NEW!

We use our language to define ourselves. Our stories and our

memories create our self-perceptions and the personas we display

to the world. Narrative therapy transforms our perceptions and

places everyday struggles into a self-perception that is more

nuanced and even heroic. Acquire the tools to de-contextualize

events and experiences by placing them into a larger mythical and

archetypal context. Narrative therapy helps to connect with the

world, each other, and remind us of the magic in our lives.

Course number: 157194

ID 19619 ❯ Riven Barton • Oct 6 - Oct 27 • Schott, Rm 3

4 Thursdays • 9:30AM - 12:00PM • $70

➜ Modern and Classic Short Stories

Titles, anthologized for each term, include contemporary and

classic short stories from the U.S., Britain, the European continent,

Africa, Latin America, Japan, India, Israel, China and other nations.

Students pursue a close reading of texts paying sustained attention

to the characters, plot, style, images, metaphors, patterns, and

themes that carry the story forward and engage in an interpretive

immersion that transforms attention into deeper thought and

comprehension. This fusion generally results in a cohesive sense of

the whole.

Course number: 157168

ID 19361 ❯ Mark Ferrer • Aug 26 - Oct 7 • Schott, Rm 3

7 Fridays • 10:00AM - 12:00PM • $84

ID 19362 ❯ Mark Ferrer • Oct 14 - Dec 2 • Schott, Rm 3

6 Fridays • 10:00AM - 12:00PM • $72

➜ Shakespeare

There are more Google pages devoted to Shakespeare than to God.

Experience the Bard through close reading and open discussion.

Discover the meaning of, and questions arising from, the brilliant

lines of each play we read while discussing the plot, characters,

themes, point of views, and settings. Analyze the effect of words,

ambiguity, irony, paradox, images, metaphors, patterns, and

cadences in each work. Explore the effect on the reader of portrayal

of culture and values. The Bard keeps getting better.

Note: See online listing for class reading.

Course number: 151332

ID 19360 ❯ Mark Ferrer • Aug 22 - Oct 17 • Schott, Rm 3

8 Mondays • 4:00PM - 6:00PM • $96

ID 19359 ❯ Mark Ferrer • Oct 24 - Dec 5 • Schott, Rm 3

7 Mondays • 4:00PM - 6:00PM • $84

➜ Writing Our Lives into Being

Tap into new levels of your own creativity and expression. In this

interactive writing workshop, we reflect on other authors’ words

about values such as integrity, acceptance, and authenticity.

Specific writing prompts and practices serve as a springboard to

discover and clarify what and how we want to write. Whether your

focus is fiction, poetry, memoir, or journal, explore your own truths

at deeper levels. Beginning, returning, and experienced writers are

welcome.

Course number: 157165

ID 19566 EVE ❯ Dana Drobny • Sep 13 - Oct 4 • Schott, Rm 31

4 Tuesdays • 5:30PM - 7:30PM • $49

➜ Writing Personal Histories

Discover yourself through using the memoir writing process.

Capture your rich life, so full of people, places and experiences,

and share it with others. Learn how to collect and distill your

‘peers’ feedback. Find out how to write and structure your own

memoirs and autobiographies and also how to edit them. Develop

a conversational, individual narrative voice for your memoirs, and

a create an effective framework for fictional works based on your

autobiographies.

Note: Optional reading fee $20. Please come to the Wake or Schott

front desk to pay your reader fees during or after the second week

of class.

Course number: 157175

ID 19357 ❯ Shelly Lowenkopf • Aug 24 - Nov 9 • Schott, Rm 6

12 Wednesdays • 9:45AM - 11:45AM • $144

EVENTS, LANGUAGE, PHOTO

Saturday, November 12 th

10am - 4pm • Wake Campus

55+

Vendors

Ceramics • Glass Arts • Jewelry Weaving Sewing & Fabric Arts

Flower Arrangements • Cards, Original Paintings, Drawings, Prints • and much more!

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Home & Family

Feed your passion...

at the Center

➜ Tacos From the Inside Out (p. 37)

HOME & FAMILY

COMPUTERS AT HOME

➜ Facebook For Beginners: Will You Be My Friend?

Facebook is the world’s most popular social networking website.

It’s a great way to keep in contact with friends family, and

classmates. Ever wonder whatever happened to your best friend

from middle school? Find her on Facebook! People near or far may

use Facebook to leave you a message, browse your photo albums,

or chat with you online. You can share opinions, ideas, photos,

articles and even play games with your friends. Find out how easy

it is to create an account, create a profile, search for people, send

messages, upload photos and manage your privacy options.

Course number: 909346

ID 19618 ❯ Diana Musacchio • Sep 30 - Oct 7 • Wake, Rm 4 Lab

2 Fridays • 9:00AM - 3:30PM • $96 + Materials $2

➜ Social Media for Lifelong Learners of All Ages

What is Social Media? What is it good for? Much like going to a party

or joining a book club, social networking can be a lot of fun. It can

also be very productive for all sorts of projects, such as raising funds

for a project, tracking friends and family, or building a classroom

community. Social Media can be many things to many people, but

you won’t know what it could mean to you until you try it out for

yourself. In this exciting, confidence-building class for all ages,

you will explore many different social networks such as Facebook,

Pinterest, Linkedin, Twitter, YouTube, and blogs.

Course number: 909345

ID 19615 ❯ Diana Musacchio • Sep 16 - Sep 23 • Wake, Rm 18

2 Fridays • 12:00PM - 3:00PM • $48 + Materials $2

➜ Twitter: To Tweet or Not to Tweet

Twitter is an online information network that connects you to

the latest stories, ideas, opinions and news about what you find

interesting. Simply find the accounts you find most compelling

and follow the conversations. You can contribute or just listen in. If

you choose, you may share your thoughts, articles or information

to like-minded people by ‘tweeting,’ but you don’t have to tweet

to enjoy Twitter. In this hands-on class you will set up a Twitter

account, find conversations of interest to follow, and learn to write

your own 140 character tweets, ‘hashtags’ and all.

Course number: 909347

ID 19616 ❯ Diana Musacchio • Oct 14 - Oct 21 • Wake, Rm 4 Lab

2 Fridays • 12:00PM - 3:00PM • $48 + Materials $2

➜ YouTube for Beginners: Your Videos, Their

Videos

YouTube is a video-sharing website. Anyone can view, give feedback

or rate the videos posted on this site. The site has videos for

entertainment, comedy, action, music, marketing, education and

much more. YouTube videos are posted by both beginners and

professionals and they may never be seen anywhere else. You can

post your own videos online for public review and comment, or

you may choose to make your videos available to a select group

of friends. Discover how to browse for videos you wish to view,

subscribe to video channels you like, and upload videos for others

to watch.

Course number: 909348

ID 19617 ❯ Diana Musacchio • Nov 18 • Wake, Rm 4 Lab

1 Friday • 9:00AM - 3:30PM • $48 + Materials $2

Classes

fill fast.

Register

now!

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COOKING

➜ A Gourmet Approach to Make Ahead Meals

Save time and effort while you create delicious meals, prepared

in advance, and presented to your family and friends as a taste

delight. You will discover dishes that are simple and fresh, with a

gourmet touch that makes them special. Working along side your

classmates, you will make the recipes, taste the results, and bring

home dinner for two that evening. Food this good will have all your

friends encouraging you to take more classes so they can share

your results.

Course number: 606349

ID 19561 ❯ Diana Coburn • Nov 2 • Schott, Rm 27 Culinary Lab

1 Wednesday • 10:00AM - 2:00PM • $32 + Lab $3 + Materials $20

➜ Argentinian Cuisine from Mendoza NEW!

Mendoza, in the Argentinian Andes, is world-famous for its wine,

olive oil, and unique culture. Explore the vibrant culinary traditions

of this region. Bask in Argentinian hospitality while savoring inspired

regional dishes such as empanadas, asado (grilled beef). and Malbec

wine. Explore Argentine staples including mate (herbal tea) and

alfajores (dulce de leche dessert). Come away feeling relaxed. full

and ready to start your vacation early.

Course number: 606465

ID 19612 SAT ❯ Carlos (Rodrigo) Gimenez • Oct 1 • Schott, Rm 27

Culinary Lab

1 Saturday • 11:00AM - 2:00PM • $36 + Lab $8 + Materials $20

➜ Chocolate Delights

Now you can create your own ticket to heaven. Chocolates! Make

them, paint with them, package them and of course eat your

creations. Discover how to correctly melt and mold chocolates, use

candy molds, and concoct all those delicious looking hand-made

chocolates you see in the candy shops, without having to pay big

bucks per pound. Master the art of ‘painting’ with chocolate to

make your finished product ‘pop’. Explore some creative ways of

packaging your handwork for any occasion. Create Turtles, Caramel

Squares, Peanut Butter Cups, Truffles, Fudge, and filled chocolates.

What’s not to like about this class!

Course number: 606417

ID 19557 ❯ Illana Wolff • Nov 3 - Nov 10 • Schott, Rm 27 Culinary Lab

2 Thursdays • 10:00AM - 1:00PM • $54 + Lab $5 + Materials $25

➜ Crawfish and Catfish and Gumbo, Oh My

NEW!

Enjoy a Cajun-style outdoor party. With live crawfish flown straight

from Louisiana, we’ll have a genuine Southern feast. Discover how

to combine the essential fresh ingredients and spices to elevate

these tasty, lobster-like crustaceans to Cajun Nirvana. Find out how

to fry catfish to a non-greasy, crunchy, golden brown. And as no

Cajun shindig is complete without a bowl of Seafood Gumbo, we’ll

work together on an original yet authentic recipe. Oh my...Backyard

BBQ the Cajun way.

Course number: 606464

ID 19589 SAT ❯ David Postada • Aug 27 • Schott, Rm 27 Culinary Lab

1 Saturday • 2:00PM - 5:00PM • $45 + Lab $8 + Materials $10

➜ Beautiful Holiday Food Treats NEW!

Giving a homemade gift to friends and family says ‘I care about you.’

Delicious gifts from your kitchen are always appreciated! So much

can be done ahead and with friends. Eliminate stress and create

classic seasonal treats that you will be proud to give. In this class

you will learn the tricks of creating homemade food treats that

people will begin to look forward to every holiday. You’ll discover

what to prepare, how to prepare it and how to package the final

product. Save time and money while making fabulous treats that

will be long remembered and enjoyed.

Course number: 606400

ID 19556 ❯ Diana Coburn • Nov 30 • Schott, Rm 27 Culinary Lab

1 Wednesday • 10:00AM - 2:00PM • $32 + Lab $3 + Materials $10

➜ Easy Thanksgiving Side Dishes

Looking for a way to avoid the stress of cooking Thanksgiving

dinner? Take control and enjoy this holiday season with no fuss by

preparing easy side dishes ahead of time. Prepare comfort food

side dishes that highlight the bountiful harvest of wonderful fall

vegetables. Your menu and clever new approaches to presentation

will make your guests think you were a slave to the kitchen as they

savor each bite of your easy side dishes.

Course number: 606443

ID 19560 ❯ Diana Coburn • Nov 16 • Schott, Rm 27 Culinary Lab

1 Wednesday • 10:00AM - 2:00PM • $32 + Lab $3 + Materials $10

HOME & FAMILY

Get Social – At Every Age!

The CLL offers a suite of classes to help

adults of all ages start using the most

popular social media tools.

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➜ First You Make A Roux: Secrets to Great Cajun

and Creole Cooking

The Cajun holy trinity is - 3 parts onions, 2 parts celery, 1 part

green bell pepper. Discover rural Louisiana cooking fundamentals

including the perfect roux and ‘the trinity’. Master New Orleans and

traditional Cajun dishes including Seafood Gumbo, Red Beans and

Rice, Jambalaya, Shrimp Creole and Crawfish Etouffee, and even

one-of-a-kind family recipes Add to your repertoire the culturally

rich cuisine of New Orleans that combines French and exotic West

Indies influences. Laissez les bon temps rouler!

Course number: 606462

ID 19404 EVE ❯ David Postada • Sep 20 - Sep 27 • Schott, Rm 27

Culinary Lab

2 Tuesdays • 6:00PM - 9:00PM • $42 + Lab $15 + Materials $10

Discover a new

cuisine, discover

a new world.

You don’t have to travel far to

immerse yourself in another culture.

Get the taste of another country, right

here at the CLL.

This fall, join us on a culinary

adventure around the globe:

➜ First You Make a Roux: Secrets to Great

Cajun and Creole Cooking (p. 36)

➜ NEW! Pizzaiolo Napoletana (p. 36)

➜ NEW! Tamales from Oaxaca and Veracruz

(p. 37)

➜ The Art of the Mediterranean Table

(p. 37)

➜ The World of Small Bites: Hors d’oeuvres,

Tapas, Meze, Antipasti (p. 38)

➜ Food for Your Holiday Open House and

Entertaining

Students will quickly prepare hors d’oeuvres that look and taste

like they took hours to fix. Create a selection of recipes that can be

made ahead, perfect for holiday entertaining, and of course, every

class ends with a feast.

Course number: 606379

ID 19554 ❯ Illana Wolff • Nov 15 • Schott, Rm 27 Culinary Lab

1 Tuesday • 10:00AM - 2:00PM • $36 + Lab $3 + Materials $15

➜ Fragrant Feast: Indian Vegetarian Menu

Master the delicious vegetarian dishes of India. From pakoras and

chutney to paneer and palao, your everyday cooking will never

be the same. Authentic recipes and hands-on pratice will provide

a unique cooking experience. Discover the proper uses and

combinations of spice and herbs as you create flavorful delights

that will please even the fussiest eater. Time to add India to your

weekly menu.

Course number: 606461

ID 19406 ❯ Farhana Sahibzada • Aug 24 • Schott, Rm 27 Culinary Lab

1 Wednesday • 11:00AM - 2:00PM • $36 + Lab $8 + Materials $10

➜ Pizzaiolo Napoletana NEW!

Naples is the largest city in southern Italy, known for theater, opera

and of course - its pizza. Create the original Neapolitan pizza

including preparation of the dough and sauce. Ingredients are only

the beginning of becoming a ‘pizzaiolo’ or a maestro of dough

handling. It takes an apprentice 2-3 years to become a full-fledged

pizzaiolo. Start practicing to become your own pizzaiolo and come

away knowing the special secrets of this world famous pizza.

Course number: 606466

ID 19611 SAT ❯ Carlos (Rodrigo) Gimenez • Oct 22 • Schott, Rm 27

Culinary Lab

1 Saturday • 11:00AM - 2:00PM • $36 + Lab $8 + Materials $15

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➜ Local Chefs And Their Favorite Dishes

NEW!

Meet Santa Barbara’s best chefs! Join us for a one-of-a-kind

experience where you’ll meet chefs from some of Santa Barbara’s

favorite restaurants and sample their favorite recipes. Discover the

technique and tips that ensure that each dish consistently delights.

Learn the steps involved in creating their favorite dishes and have

your cooking questions answered by our local culinary maestros.

Come away being ‘in the know’ next time you visit their restaurants,

and also when you prepare their delectable dishes yourself at home.

Note: Section 1 Saturday, Sep 24, 10:00am-12:30pm Cielito (Viva)

Latin American Cuisine

Section 2 Friday Sep 30, 10:30am-1:00 pm Brasil Arts Café Brasilian

Food

Section 3 Tueday, Oct 4, 5:30pm-8:00pm Alchemy Café Organic

Vegetarian Food

Section 4 Thursday Oct 27, 5:30pm-8:00pm Via Maestra 42 Italian

Food

Course number: 606463

ID 19591 SAT ❯ Irma Esquivel-Kromis • Sep 24 • Schott, Rm 27 Culinary

Lab

1 Saturday • 10:00AM - 12:30PM • $20 + Lab $5 + Materials $10

ID 19595 ❯ Irma Esquivel-Kromis • Sep 30 • Schott, Rm 27 Culinary Lab

1 Friday • 10:30AM - 1:00PM • $20 + Lab $5 + Materials $10

ID 19592 EVE ❯ Irma Esquivel-Kromis • Oct 4 • Schott, Rm 27 Culinary

Lab

1 Tuesday • 5:30PM - 8:00PM • $20 + Lab $5 + Materials $10

ID 19593 EVE ❯ Irma Esquivel-Kromis • Oct 27 • Schott, Rm 27 Culinary

Lab

1 Thursday • 5:30PM - 8:00PM • $20 + Lab $5 + Materials $10

➜ Sushi: Make it Yourself

Course teaches the basic techniques of making traditional Japanese

sushi, including California roll, hand roll and creative rolls. Students

also learn how to make miso soup and vegetable dishes. Course

instructs in the use of materials and utensils for the preparation of

sushi recipes.

Course number: 606340

ID 19405 SAT ❯ Takako Wakita • Sep 10 • Schott, Rm 27 Culinary Lab

1 Saturday • 10:00AM - 2:00PM • $32 + Lab $3 + Materials $20

➜ Tacos From the Inside Out

Did you ever have a ‘great’ taco? Ever wonder why one taco is so

much better than another? Come and explore a tortilla’s journey

from corn kernel to griddle, and ways to fold and then season

it with nontraditional ingredients. Gain a deep arsenal of salsas;

simple ones that come together with a few raw ingredients, and

complex ones that deepen in flavor as they simmer, perfuming

your kitchen with toasted spices and chilies. And of course, learn to

prepare some unexpected taco fillings.

Course number: 606457

ID 19594 SAT ❯ Carlos (Rodrigo) Gimenez • Sep 17 • Schott, Rm 27

Culinary Lab

1 Saturday • 11:00AM - 2:00PM • $36 + Lab $8 + Materials $20

➜ Tamales - Make Your Own

Tamales are traditional Mesoamerican dishes made with dough

(usually corn) that is steamed or boiled in a leaf wrapper. Tamales

can be stuffed with anything - vegetables, meats, cheeses, fruits,

chills etc., and seasoned according to personal taste. Now you can

master the art of making your own tamales and have plenty for

family and friends to enjoy. Discover the techniques for preparing

fillings, wrapping, steaming and freezing your delicious creations.

Learn the process from an expert and then watch your hungry

crowd rave about your wonderful treats. Start a new family cooking

tradition that’s sure to delight everyone!

Course number: 606450

ID 19552 SAT ❯ Esther Elizalde • Nov 19 • Schott, Rm 27 Culinary Lab

1 Saturday • 10:00AM - 2:00PM • $32 + Lab $10 + Materials $10

➜ Tamales from Oaxaca and Veracruz NEW!

Tamales - packets of corn dough with a savory or sweet filling - are

typically steamed wrapped in corn husks or banana leaves. Oaxaca

and Veracruz tamales sizzle with sauces, meat and superb taste.

Now you can learn the secrets of ingredients and preparation

techniques that make these tamales unique among Mexican cuisine.

From the filling to the wrapping your tamales will stand out as very

special and authentic. Add a new item to your cooking repertoire

that will wow your friends!

Course number: 606467

ID 19701 SAT ❯ Esperanza Lopez • Dec 3 • Schott, Rm 27 Culinary Lab

1 Saturday • 10:00AM - 2:00PM • $32 + Lab $10 + Materials $10

➜ The Art of the Mediterranean Table

Experience the diverse and delectable cuisines that comprise

the Mediterranean. From Spanish tapas to French Bistro style

menus, discover foods from Southern, Central and Northern

Italy, the Greek Isles, Spain and Portugal, Regional France and

Morocco. You will learn the art of the table, which includes the

key elements for creating your own happy table memories. From

positive conversations to colorful Mediterranean table decor, the

class explores some of the elements that contribute to an uplifting

atmosphere and an enjoyable, or memorable, experience. Make

the dishes, receive the recipes and create these wonderful meals at

home for family and friends.

Course number: 606372

ID 19559 ❯ Diana Coburn • Sep 14 - Sep 28 • Schott, Rm 27 Culinary Lab

3 Wednesdays • 10:00AM - 2:00PM • $84 + Lab $10 + Materials $30

Registration is Easy!

HOME & FAMILY

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➜ The World of Small Bites: Hors d’oeuvres,

Tapas, Meze, Antipasti

Enjoying a mouth-watering small bite before dinner or at a cocktail

party is a true pleasure that helps sets the tone for the rest of an

evening with friends. Through both demonstration and handson

preparation you will learn to create a variety of appealing

small plates with big flavors from France, Spain, Greece, Italy and

beyond. Impress your guests with a beautifully-presented spread

of interesting dishes that can be made simply. Put your creativity to

work, challenge yourself to learn something new, and make your

next party a special event where you too can relax and enjoy!

Course number: 606416

ID 19558 ❯ Diana Coburn • Oct 12 - Oct 19 • Schott, Rm 27 Culinary Lab

2 Wednesdays • 10:00AM - 2:00PM • $56 + Lab $7 + Materials $20

➜ Make Your Project a Success: Strategies for

Working with a Contractor

Want the next project at your home to go smoothly? Discover

essential management techniques to plan and manage construction

and landscape projects. Discover innovative planning tools and

delivery methods that focus all parties on clearly defining the

needs, design, value-engineering, budget, permits, possible risks,

insurance, and communication practices. The success of your next

project will comes from a well- communicated process with checks

and balances so that all involved become stakeholders.

Course number: 613048

ID 19410 EVE ❯ Chuck Klein • Sep 13 - Sep 27 • Schott, Rm 20

3 Tuesdays • 6:00PM - 9:00PM • $54 + Materials $15

GENEALOGY

➜ Family History Research: Beginning to

Intermediate

Who are you and where did you come from? You will find the

answers to these questions on the exciting adventure of climbing

your family tree. Explore the history of your family! Unleash

your inner detective and develop the skills and knowledge to

do genealogical research. Explore various sources for records,

including the census, vital records, and military records. You will

compile and organize information about your family, sharpen your

internet research skills, and practice using new genealogical tools.

Course number: 001412

ID 19596 EVE ❯ Norma Eggli • Sep 8 - Oct 20 • Wake, Rm 16

7 Thursdays • 5:30PM - 7:00PM • $65 + Materials $5

PARENTING

➜ Connecting With Your Teenager

It is a myth that all teenagers need to rebel against their parents.

With the tools of democratic discipline, parents can avoid power

struggles and enjoy a close relationship with their teens. Discover

the important distinction between conflicts of needs and conflicts

of values. Explore communication skills that facilitate conflict

resolution, and learn how to stay connected as your child grows

older, set limits without punishment, and help teens cope with

stress. Engage in interactive activities to practice the techniques

learned and come away with tools to communicate better with your

teen! Parents of pre-teens are also welcome.

Course number: 251286

ID 19446 SAT ❯ Aletha Solter • Nov 19 • Schott, Rm 3

1 Saturday • 9:00AM - 1:00PM • $35

HOME & FAMILY

HOME & GARDEN

➜ DIY Interior Design with Feng Shui

Become your own interior decorator and save tons of money! If

you love design and decorating, this class is for you. Explore the

principles of design and feng shui, and create your own designs

using feng shui so that you can have fun decorating your home

while improving your life. Come away with a floor plan, a simple yet

customized design for your home, and an understanding of how

feng shui works.

Course number: 613047

ID 19602 SAT ❯ (Alexandra) Laurie (King) Alexander • Nov 5 • Schott,

Rm 31

1 Saturday • 9:00AM - 12:00PM • $25

Classes

fill fast.

Register

now!

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➜ Growing Times I: Parenting Toddlers

(18-24 months)

Parents and caregivers with children 18 - 24 months of age meet

weekly to learn to develop a safe and stimulating environment

with age appropriate activities for toddlers. Parents learn about

typical stages of development through child observation, direct

participation with other families, and informal discussion groups.

The skills learned in this class promote positive parenting attitudes

and healthy parent-child relationships.

Course number: 251287

ID 19690 ❯ Bonnie Kerwin • Sep 13 - Oct 18 • UCSB Family Student

Housing, Community Room

6 Tuesdays • 9:15AM - 11:00AM • $75 + Materials $6

➜ Music Times I/II

Class explores the power of rhythm, melody, tonality and beat.

Students learn how music nurtures children’s physical, social,

emotional, and intellectual development while strengthening the

bond between parent and child. Participants are exposed to various

genres of music, play a variety of instruments, listen to stories with

dramatization and puppets, and learn songs, rhymes, sign language

and finger plays in an interactive environment. Students also

learn how music can be used as a tool to guide daily routines and

transitions.

Course number: 251293

ID 19706 ❯ Wendy Castellanos-Wolf • Sep 19 - Nov 7 • Wake, Rm 15

8 Mondays • 10:45AM - 11:45AM • $59

➜ Growing Times II: Parenting the Two to

Three Year Old Child

Parents and caregivers meet weekly with their children, two to

three years of age, in a stimulating environment designed with

age appropriate activities just for toddlers! Connect with other

families while exploring different stages of development through

observation, informal discussion groups and fun-filled music, art

and play experiences. Join us as we promote positive parenting

attitudes and healthy parent-child relationships.

Course number: 251288

ID 19689 ❯ Bonnie Kerwin • Sep 14 - Oct 19 • UCSB Family Student

Housing, Community Room

6 Wednesdays • 9:15AM - 11:00AM • $75 + Materials $6

➜ Parenting Your ADHD Child

Want to understand what your child with ADHD is going through

and how best to support them? Discover what behaviors are

normal for an ADHD child, and how to help your child grow and

develop with self-confidence and self-esteem to have success in

life. Explore skills and techniques that have helped others in an

interactive and understanding environment. Uncover how to help

your child with organization and time management. Walk away with

tips on handling the issues that arise with a child who has ADHD

within the family unit, at school, and socially.

Course number: 202708

ID 19370 SAT ❯ Juli Shulem • Oct 29 • Wake, Rm 18

1 Saturday • 9:30AM - 12:30PM • $29 + Materials $10

➜ Happier Children, Happier Parents With

Attachment Play NEW!

Do you have frequent power struggles with your children? Bring

more joy and laughter into your home by playing your way to your

child’s heart with activities that can solve your child’s behavior

problems. Explore the nine types of attachment play including

child-centered play, cooperative games, and even power-reversal

play. Discover how these unique activities can dissolve conflicts

and transform your relationship with your child. Come prepared for

active participation, role-playing, and lots of fun. Note: This class is

only for adults.

Course number: 251319

ID 19673 SAT ❯ Aletha Solter • Oct 15 • Schott, Rm 5

1 Saturday • 9:00AM - 12:00PM • $25

➜ Squish, Splatter and Roll

Parents and caregivers with children three to five years of age

participate in a stimulating environment that teaches ageappropriate

art experiences to enhance development. Parents

facilitate children’s artistic exploration using a variety of art

materials, media, recipes and sensory experiences. Parents

learn how creative expression leads to children’s growth and

development.

Note: This class is limited to 15 students.

Course number: 251291

ID 19688 ❯ Bonnie Kerwin • Oct 20 - Dec 1 • UCSB Family Student

Housing, Community Room

6 Thursdays • 9:15AM - 11:00AM • $75 + Materials $15

HOME & FAMILY

CLL Parenting Education Classes

… because kids don’t come

with instructions!

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➜ Pequenos Cantantes - Para Padres Con Ninos

12 to 48 meses

En esta clase, los padres y ninos de 12 a 48 meses exploran espanol

como lengua extranjera a traves de la musica, la danza y los cantos

interactivos. Los padres aprenden canciones infantiles tradicionales,

juegos con los dedos en espanol y movimiento siguiendo diferentes

ritmos latinos. Los participantes experimentaran una clase

interactiva de musica en espanol, jugaran con una gran variedad

de instrumentos y canciones, escucharan cuentos en espanol con

dramatizacion y con titeres, y aprenderan acerca de la la cultura y el

patrimonio hispano. Esta clase es adecuada para familias que hablan

espanol y para familias que no hablan espanol.

Note: This class may be enjoyed by English and Spanish speakers.

Course number: 251312

ID 19705 ❯ Wendy Castellanos-Wolf • Sep 19 - Nov 7 • Wake, Rm 15

8 Mondays • 9:30AM - 10:30AM • $59

NON-PROFIT SKILLS

➜ Grant Writing Made Easy

Need to raise funds for your favorite non-profit? Fifteen hundred

other Santa Barbara non-profits, PTA’s, children’s sports’ teams,

etc. do too. Get an edge - discover key grant proposal components

and how to generate them. Find out how you, as a volunteer or

novice grant writer, can effectively research funding opportunities,

draft a compelling need statement, and develop a realistic budget.

Learn what essential documents should be included with a grant

submission. Best of all - walk away with a 2-3 page boilerplate grant

proposal and help your organization succeed.

Course number: 506222

ID 19609 SAT ❯ Leonie Mattison • Oct 8 - Oct 15 • Schott, Rm 6

2 Saturdays • 9:00AM - 1:00PM • $49

MATURE DRIVER

CERTIFICATIONS

PERSONAL FINANCE &

HOME BUSINESS

HOME & FAMILY

➜ Mature Driver Initial Course

This classroom-only course benefits Mature Drivers (age 55 +).

The purpose of the course is to improve safe driving skills for older

adults. Upon course completion, participants are given a DMV

Certificate, qualifying them for reduced automobile insurance

premiums. The certificate is valid for three years.

Course number: 608635

ID 19444 SAT ❯ Mary Brown • Oct 29 • Wake, Rm 20

1 Saturday • 9:00AM - 5:00PM • $45

➜ Mature Driver Renewal: A Review Course

The course renews an existing Mature Driver Certificate which

has not been expired longer than one calendar year. The DMV

certificate awarded upon completion of the course is valid for three

years.

Course number: 608609

ID 19424 SAT ❯ Mary Brown • Oct 22 • Wake, Rm 20

1 Saturday • 9:00AM - 1:30PM • $29

➜ 1031 Tax Deferred Exchanges and Owning

Management Free Real Estate NEW!

Avoid paying capital gains taxes through the use of 1031 Tax

Deferred Property Exchanges. Discover exchange essentials

including what counts as qualified property, how to set up an

exchange, the mechanics of Starker Delayed Exchanges, and

working with a qualified intermediary or exchange accommodator.

Also explore how to acquire and own real estate property that

requires no management on your part while also generating

income. Come away with concrete methods to save time and

money during real estate transactions.

Note: Tuition/Fees covered through private donations.

Course number: 504155

ID 19700 SAT ❯ Leonard Jarrott • Nov 5 • Wake, Rm 16

1 Saturday • 9:00AM - 1:00PM • $0

➜ Are You Prepared For Retirement?

Learn basic information about financial issues that relate to planning

for and being in retirement. You will learn the importance of using

a regularly updated comprehensive financial plan as context for

many of these issues. Topics discussed include budgeting, pensions,

life insurance, Social Security, personal real estate, long-term care,

taxes, and inflation. Online resources will be provided to help you

create financial plans. The goal of the class is for you to be able to

apply this learned knowledge to your own retirement planning.

Note: This class is sponsored.

Course number: 504141

ID 19627 EVE ❯ Steven Weintraub • Aug 23 • Wake, Rm 16

1 Tuesday • 7:00PM - 9:00PM • $0

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➜ De-clutter and Sell Your Treasures on the

Internet

Your clutter may be another person’s treasure. Sell your unwanted

items on the Internet using, eBay, Craigslist, Amazon, Etsy and other

sites. In this class you will learn to navigate the Internet so you can

buy and sell items securely while protecting your information and

avoiding fraud. Learn to set competitive prices, use photographs

to showcase your items, and create listings that grab attention.

You will also learn about secure payment methods and shipping

procedures that keep customers happy. It’s time to ditch the clutter

- and collect the cash!

Course number: 509059

ID 19447 ❯ Illana Wolff • Oct 21 • Wake, Rm 18

1 Friday • 9:00AM - 4:00PM • $65 + Materials $15

➜ Estate Planning Fundamentals

Teaches the estate planning process and offers a variety of methods

for reducing estate taxes while increasing earnings and assets.

Specific topics include: wills (what they are and why people need

one); advantages of revocable or living trusts; the use of unified

credit; life insurance and how to use it to decrease taxable assets;

and income and reduction of estate taxes. Includes generous time

for questions and answers and provides helpful materials.

Note: This class is sponsored. Class is co-taught by Joe Green,

Esquire and Mitch Kauffmann, MBA, MSFP.

Course number: 504143

ID 19624 SAT ❯ Leonard Jarrott • Sep 10 • Wake, Rm 20

1 Saturday • 9:00AM - 1:00PM • $0

➜ Manage Your Own Portfolio

It is important to understand basic background information about

publicly traded financial markets. In this class you will learn this

information as well as basic investment implementation strategies.

Join this class and learn from financial experts how to interpret

financial information and avoid common mistakes. The goal of the

class is for you to be able to apply this learned knowledge to your

own portfolios within the context of your unique financial situations

and goals.

Note: Tuition/Fees covered through private donations.

Course number: 504154

ID 19372 EVE ❯ Steven Weintraub • Aug 30 • Wake, Rm 20

1 Tuesday • 7:00PM - 9:00PM • $0

➜ Modern Retirement Planning

Will you retire on time? How does your current debt impact your

retirement plan? Do you understand the different vehicles you may

use to grow your retirement fund? In this class you will discover

important retirement concepts and identify tools that will help you

develop a successful retirement plan. Leave this class with current

and valuable information to guide your retirement planning as well

as the ability to speak more confidently with finance professionals.

Course number: 504164

ID 19634 EVE ❯ Kenji Saito • Sep 13 - Sep 20 • Wake, Rm 20

2 Tuesdays • 6:00PM - 8:30PM • $29 + Materials $29

ID 19633 EVE ❯ Kenji Saito • Sep 15 - Sep 22 • Wake, Rm 20

2 Thursdays • 6:00PM - 8:30PM • $29 + Materials $29

➜ Investing and Financial Planning for Women

This course provides an overview of cash flow management and

investment strategies. Students will gain information to confidently

manage their financial portfolios and accomplish their financial

goals.

Note: This class is sponsored.

Course number: 502024

ID 19573 EVE ❯ Katherine Silsbury • Sep 27 - Oct 18 • Wake, Rm 20

4 Tuesdays • 5:30PM - 7:30PM • $0

➜ Notary Public Commission

Did you know the state recommends notaries take this course

eight months prior to their commission expiration date? Don’t

put it off! New or previously commissioned notaries will gain the

knowledge and skills required to pass the state examination. You

will receive the state-approved Certificate of Completion required

to take the state-proctored notary examination upon completion

of the class. Immediately following class the state exam is offered.

If you intend to stay for the exam, bring valid ID and a check made

out to ‘Secretary of State’ for $40.00. Your materials fee includes a

passport photo.

Course number: 901143

ID 19597 ❯ Thomas Peavyhouse • Oct 21 • Wake, Rm 20

1 Friday • 8:00AM - 4:30PM • $59 + Materials $39

HOME & FAMILY

Money (That’s What We Want)

The CLL cares about your success. Come explore your potential and get the skills to

manage your money.

➜ 1031 Tax Deferred Deferred Exchanges and

Owning Management Free Real Estate (p. 40)

➜ Are You Prepared for Retirement? (p. 40)

➜ state Planning Fundamentals (p. 41)

➜ Investing and Financial Planning for Women

(p. 41)

➜ Manage Your Own Portfolio (p. 41)

➜ Modern Retirement Planning (p. 41)

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Nature, Science,

Recreation

Follow your passion...

at the Center

➜ Birds of the Santa Barbara Region: Beginning (p. 43)

NATURE, SCIENCE, RECREATION

GAMES

➜ Lawn Bowls, Your New Sport

Searching for an activity that is relaxed, social and a lot of fun?

Here is a year round sport that once mastered can become a

regular event in your busy week. Lawn bowls is a team game of

finesse control - there is no advantage in being big, small, male or

female. Learn the rules, equipment, techniques and strategies while

becoming certified to join any Lawn Bowling Club in our area. Play

in teams and meet new friends while enjoying this fun, competitive

and exciting sport. Open to beginners and also to bowlers with

experience. The perfect complement to an active lifestyle.

Note: First class meets at Schott Campusin Room 3. All other classes

will meet at Mackenzie Park Lawn Bowls: McCaw Ave at Las Positas

Road.

Course number: 608736

ID 19454 ❯ Bruce Phillips • Sep 15 - Nov 3 • Mackenzie Park Lawn

Bowls, 3, Lawn Bowling Area

8 Thursdays • 1:00PM - 2:30PM & Thu 1:00PM - 2:30PM • $69

➜ Let’s Play American Mah Jongg

Mah Jongg is one of the most popular puzzle games in the world

played by people who love its mental challenge. It is a game of

strategy and requires the ability to shift between two or more

possible solutions to a problem. A bit of luck also helps! It can be

somewhat addictive - you’ve been warned! Discover in this class

how to play the American version of this popular game. Have fun

and enjoy! All levels welcome.

Course number: 608725

ID 19448 ❯ Illana Wolff • Oct 18 - Nov 8 • Wake, Rm 16

4 Tuesdays • 1:00PM - 3:30PM • $69 + Materials $10

➜ Play Chess with Success

Chess is a game that develops spatial thinking and strategies

and also builds focused concentration. Taught by a certified

chess instructor, the class is geared for all levels of chess

players. Beginners learn basic game rules and opening tactic

moves. Intermediate and advanced players learn sophisticated

combinations and strategies and advanced opening moves. Have

fun with this classic board game, and learn to play chess with

success.

Course number: 608737

ID 19632 EVE ❯ Jason Garfield • Oct 4 - Oct 25 • Schott, Rm 20

4 Tuesdays • 6:00PM - 8:00PM • $79

RECREATION

➜ Basic Keelboat Sailing

Student will learn to sail a 24’ sail boat in light to moderate winds

and sea conditions in familiar waters. General terminology and

sailing techniques prepare the beginning sailor; no auxiliary

power or navigation skills required. Successful candidates earn

an American Sailing Association Basic Keelboat 101 Credential &

National Safe Boating Certificate approved by NASBLA and the U.S.

Coast Guard. The certification will enable graduates to rent sail

boats up to 27’ worldwide.

Note: Registration for this class ends one week before the first class

meeting.

Course number: 608367

ID 19403 ❯ TBD CLL Staff • Sep 14 - Nov 9 • Santa Barbara Sailing

Center, Santa Barbara Harbor

9 Wednesdays • 3:00PM - 5:30PM • $349

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SCIENCE & NATURE

➜ Birds of the Santa Barbara Region: Beginning

Class teaches how to recognize a wide variety of birds unique to the

Santa Barbara area. Students visit local habitats, including beaches,

sloughs, creeks and woodlands, to observe the birds and discuss

their behavior, migration patterns and geographical distribution.

Class emphasizes basic appreciation and identification of birds in

the field. Transportation to field trip sites is not provided.

Course number: 19008

ID 19377 ❯ Rebecca Fagan Coulter • Sep 26 - Nov 14 • Santa Barbara

Museum of Natural History, Mac Veagh House

8 Mondays • 8:30AM - 10:30AM • $95

➜ Birds of the Santa Barbara Region: Intermediate

Using more advanced approaches, students learn how to recognize

the wide variety of birds unique to the Santa Barbara area.

Students visit local habitats, including beaches, sloughs, creeks

and woodlands to observe the birds and discuss their behavior,

migration patterns and geographical distribution. Class emphasizes

appreciation and identification of birds in the field. Transportation

to field trip sites is not provided.

Course number: 19078

ID 19423 ❯ Joan Lentz • Sep 28 - Nov 16 • Santa Barbara Museum of

Natural History, Mac Veagh House

8 Wednesdays • 8:00AM - 10:00AM • $95

➜ Natural History Hikes

This class is designed to familiarize students with the geology, flora

and fauna encountered while walking Santa Barbara trails. Although

the round trip distance may be up to five miles and involve a 300’

- 1000’ elevation change, the pace is relaxed to moderate. There

are frequent stops to examine rock formations, learn the distinctive

features of various plants and talk about the birds, mammals,

reptiles and amphibians we happen to come across. Students

may wish to bring a hiking staff or trekking poles, cameras, and

binoculars, but please leave your dog at home for our walks.

Course number: 001427

ID 19387 ❯ Steven Timbrook • Sep 27 - Nov 15 • Santa Barbara Museum

of Natural History, Farrand Hall

8 Tuesdays • 9:00AM - 12:00PM • $139

ID 19653 ❯ Steven Timbrook • Sep 29 - Nov 17 • Santa Barbara Museum

of Natural History, Farrand Hall

8 Thursdays • 9:00AM - 12:00PM • $139

➜ The Night Sky

Using the Planetarium, students will learn to recognize the

constellations of the night sky and track the motions of planets.

Additional topics from astronomy and mythology will be used to

help us to understand our place in the universe.

Note: Class is co-taught by Krissie Cook.

Course number: 19115

ID 19655 EVE ❯ Lynne Stark • Sep 21 - Oct 19 • Santa Barbara Museum

of Natural History, Gladwin Planetarium

5 Wednesdays • 5:00PM - 6:00PM • $29

Saturday, November 12 th

10am - 4pm • Wake Campus

Ceramics • Glass Arts • Jewelry Weaving

Sewing & Fabric Arts • Flower Arrangements

Cards, Original Paintings, Drawings, Prints

and much more!

55+

Vendors

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BOARD & LEADERSHIP STAFF

SANTA BARBARA CITY COLLEGE

PRESIDENT

Anthony Beebe, Ph.D.

SANTA BARBARA CITY COLLEGE

EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENTS

Jack Friedlander, Ph.D.

Paul Jarrell, Ph.D.

SANTA BARBARA CITY COLLEGE

BOARD OF TRUSTEES

Marianne Kugler, Ph.D.

Marty Blum

Marsha S. Croninger (President)

Veronica Gallardo

Peter O. Haslund, Ph.D.

Jonathan Abboud

Craig Nielsen (Vice President)

Emily Gribble (Student Trustee)

Board and Leadership Staff

CENTER FOR LIFELONG LEARNING

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

Andrew G. Harper

CENTER FOR LIFELONG LEARNING

ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR

Kendall Harris

CENTER FOR LIFELONG LEARNING

ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR

Jeanette Chian

The CLL’s dynamic leadership team:

Andy Harper, Executive Director (center), and Associate

Directors Ken Harris and Jeanette Chian.

Connect with the CLL!

Join the conversation and find us online at @sbccCLL on

Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Google+, and now Pinterest!

Don’t miss our award-winning Look & Learn video series on YouTube!

Our website is designed with YOU in mind. In addition to a complete redesign, theCLL.org has many features

to make the Center for Lifelong Learning easier to navigate. The CLL is truly YOUR center, on our campuses,

"outside the classroom", and now... online.

• Mobile Responsive, Blog and Easier Navigation

• Award-winning video series: Look & Learn and Meet Our Teachers

• Loads of great classes, student and teacher photos

• "Live" updated lists of classes & workshops that are starting soon

www.theCLL.org

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Directory of Locations

Primary Locations

SBCC Schott Campus

310 W. Padre Street, Santa Barbara, CA 93105

(805) 687-0812

Santa Barbara

• AIKIDO OF SANTA BARBARA

121 North Milpas Street

• AIROBIC FITNESS

136 South Hope Avenue

• FITNESS TRANSFORM

1213 State Street, Suite K

• HENDRY’S BEACH

2981 Cliff Drive

• MACKENZIE PARK LAWN BOWLS

Las Positas & McCaw Avenue

• NEW VIC THEATER

33 West Victoria Street

• RUSSAYOG

1213 State Street, Suite L

• SANTA BARBARA MUSEUM

OF NATURAL HISTORY

2559 Puesta Del Sol

• SANTA BARBARA SAILING

CENTER

133 Harbor Way

• SANTA BARBARA ZOO

500 Ninos Drive

• SBCC, HUMANITIES BUILDING –

Outside Room H-104

721 Cliff Drive (Loma Alta Drive,

access from Cliff Drive or

Shoreline Drive)

• SBCC PE 113

721 Cliff Drive

(Loma Alta Drive, access from

Cliff Drive or Shoreline Drive

SBCC Wake Campus

300 N. Turnpike Road, Santa Barbara, CA 93111

(805) 964-6853

Goleta

• GOLETA VALLEY JUNIOR

HIGH SCHOOL

6100 Stow Canyon Road

• UCSB FAMILY STUDENT

HOUSING

799 Juniper Walk

Montecito

• MONTECITO BUTTERFLY LANE

Butterfly Lane at Channel Drive

Carpinteria

• CARPINTERIA HIGH SCHOOL

4810 Foothill Road

DIRECTORY OF LOCATIONS

CLL Staggered Registration

Registration is Easy!

Fall Term 2016:

August 22 – December 10

Staggered Registration: July 11 – July 14

MONDAY

July 11

TUESDAY

July 12

WEDNESDAY

July 13

THURSDAY

July 14

HOME & FAMILY

• (all classes)

EVENTS, LANGUAGE,

PHOTO

• (all classes)

BODY, MIND,

SPIRIT

• (all classes)

NATURE, SCIENCE,

RECREATION

• (all classes)

ARTS, MUSIC,

PERFORMANCE

You may register for classes

in these programs:

• Arts

• Music & Performing Arts

The first week of registration will be staggered by subject areas across

four days. Registration begins at 8:00 a.m. each day online (and at both

Schott and Wake Campus Offices).

CRAFTS

You may register for classes

in these programs:

• Ceramics (8:00AM)

• Crafts: Quilting & Sewing

(8:00AM)

• Jewlery (10:00AM)

• Crafts & Hobbies: General

(10:00AM)

• Woodworking

(10:00AM)

SBCC Center for Lifelong Learning / FALL 2016 45


Map of Schott Campus

CAMPUS MAPS

CASTILLO STREET

Women’s

Restroom

PARKING

Computer

Lab

Ceramics

Lab

17 20 22 23 24

Learning

Center

16

Staff

emergency

phone

Men’s

Restrooms

Culinary

Lab

27

14

Tannahill

Auditorium

Offices

SCHOTT CAMPUS

310 W. Padre Street

28

29

Information

and

Registration

PARKING

30

Offices

31

6

PARKING

5

Offices

4

Snack Shop

Student

Services

3 2 1

BATH STREET

Offices

emergency

phone

parking for bicycles

and scooters

^

Campus

Entrance/Exit

Note: map not to scale

PADRE STREET

Map of Wake Campus

Exit

Community

Education

Center

22

21 20

Learning

Center

19

Woodworking

Lab

10

9

Jewelry

Lab

8

7

Restrooms

M W

Computer Lab

6

Computer Lab

5

Computer Lab

4

Mac

Computer Lab

3

PDC

Thornton

Auditorium

2

Professional

Development

Center

1

PARKING LOT # 1

18

17

16

15

14

13

ESL

Resource

12

Glass Lab

Studio

11

Mail / Copy Rm.

stairs

26

27

28

Construction

Academy

24

Construction

Academy

23

34B

32 Weaving Lab

W M

29 30

31

PARKING LOT # 3

25

WAKE CAMPUS

300 N. Turnpike Rd.

PARKING LOT #2

Sewing

Lab

bicycle

parking

SNACK SHOP

Information and

Registration

34C

LAWN

33

entrance to


NORTH TURNPIKE ROAD

Campus

Entrance

motorcycle

parking

Restrooms

Note: map not to scale

10/27/2015

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Index by Category

New Classes are labeled as NEW! .

Evening classes are labeled as EVE and weekend (Saturday) classes are labeled as SAT throughout the catalog.

Arts, Crafts, Performance

ARTS

Abstract Painting..................................................................... 2

All About Watercolor Painting Outdoors............................ 2

Anatomy and Figure Drawing: Drawing from the

.Inside Out.................................................................................. 2

Animals Alive: Drawing at the Zoo....................................... 2

Antiques and Art: Field Trip.................................................... 2

Art and Craft of Printmaking................................................. 2

Artist’s Open Studio Workshop..............................................3

Asian Art: Chinese Brush Painting.........................................3

Assemblage Art Workshop NEW! .......................................3

Beginning Oil Painting.............................................................3

Beginning Oil Painting Basics and Beyond..........................3

Beginning Watercolor: Painting with the Flow...................3

Beginning Watercolor: Starting Right, Painting Loose

.NEW! .........................................................................................3

Botanical Illustration and Nature’s Gems............................3

Collage and Mixed Media Construction.............................. 4

Color and Light: Fresh Watercolor Painting....................... 4

Color Workshop with Thomas Van Stein NEW! ............. 4

Draw Your Way through Art History.................................... 4

Drawing for the True Beginner............................................. 4

Drawing the Human Figure in Motion NEW! ................... 4

Driven to Abstraction: Inspiring Applications in

.Abstract Painting......................................................................5

Exploring Watercolor...............................................................5

Figure Drawing and Painting with Rick Stich NEW! ........5

Figure Drawing for the Absolute Beginner..........................5

Figure Drawing with Bob Mask NEW! ................................5

Figure Drawing with Colin Gray........................................... 6

Figure Drawing with Tom Henderson NEW! ................... 6

Finishing Techniques for Successful Paintings.................. 6

Impressionism versus Expressionism: Art at a Turning

Point NEW! ............................................................................ 6

Intermediate and Advanced Painting.................................. 6

Intermediate Drawing............................................................. 6

Landscape Oil Painting From Photos.................................. 6

Light and Shadow in Art: A Plein Air Painting .

Experience................................................................................ 6

Modeling the Figure in Clay....................................................7

Painting or Drawing the Costumed Model..........................7

Pastels and Colored Pencils NEW! ......................................7

Portrait Drawing.......................................................................7

Saturday Stone Carving, Beginners to Intermediate.........7

Splashing Watercolor 1 and 2 ................................................7

Still Life Painting.......................................................................7

Stories in Art - American Art and Artists.............................. 8

What’s it Worth?....................................................................... 8

Working with Galleries to Market Your Art......................... 8

CRAFTS & HOBBIES: GENERAL

Bow and Arrows and Archery Workshop............................ 8

Flower Arranging and Florist Style Designing.................... 8

Glass Arts Workshop............................................................... 8

Glass Creations: Leaded, Copper Foil, Sandblasting

.and Mosaic................................................................................ 8

Glass Fusing.............................................................................. 8

Indigo Shibori Using Natural Plant and Protein Fibers

.NEW! ........................................................................................ 9

Intermediate and Advanced Glass Fusing........................... 9

Intro to Glass Fusing - Holiday Workshop......................... 9

Make Your Own Sugar Skulls and Chocolate Skulls......... 9

Shrine of a Lifetime: Create a Mexican Folk Art Nicho.... 9

Transform Your Life Using Crafts.......................................... 9

WOW Weaving Lab.................................................................. 9

WOW: Wonders of Weaving................................................ 10

INDEX BY CATEGORY

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INDEX BY CATEGORY

CRAFTS: CERAMICS

Ceramics in the Garden NEW! .......................................... 10

Ceramics: Beginning, Intermediate and Advanced........ 10

Ceramics: Porcelain...............................................................11

Clay Handbuilding..................................................................11

Fundamentals for Wheel Thrown Pottery NEW! ...........11

Mastering the Human Face in Clay.....................................11

CRAFTS: JEWELRY

Caught In A Trap: Creative Stone Setting Techniques .

NEW! .......................................................................................11

Chasing and Repousse Practice..........................................11

Enameling: Glass on Metal...................................................11

Fabricated Silver Ring with Gemstone Inlay NEW! .......12

High Style/Low Tech Jewelry Making................................12

Hollow Rings – Design and Construction NEW! ...........12

Jewelry - Open Studio...........................................................12

Jewelry Soldering - Information, Focus, Practice............12

Jewelry Workshop..................................................................12

Lost Wax Casting....................................................................12

Silver Cuttlebone Cast Ring NEW! ...................................13

Strap It Down Tight: Creative Stone Setting Techniques .

NEW! .......................................................................................13

The Art of Jewelry Making - Level 1....................................13

Joni Mitchell, Her Life and Her Music NEW! .................. 14

Music Theory and Composition: Why Both are

.Important.................................................................................15

Old Time Fiddle NEW! .........................................................15

Opera in Performance NEW! ..............................................15

Perform the Beatles...............................................................15

Piano - Intermediate..............................................................15

Piano for Beginners Level 2................................................. 16

Piano for Beginners: Level 1 ............................................... 16

Playing the Guitar for Beginners and Beyond.................. 16

Playing the Ukulele: Intermediate...................................... 16

Recorder Playing................................................................... 16

Singing from the Heart - Intermediate Level................... 16

Singing from the Heart: Basics of Singing....................... 16

Singing Jazz Standards......................................................... 16

Slide Guitar and Open Tunings NEW! ...............................17

Songwriting Analysis: What Makes a Hit Song..................17

Special Songwriting Workshop NEW! .............................17

Talkin’ About My Generation................................................17

Ukulele Playing for Today: Play Today not Tomorrow....17

WOODWORKING

A Woodworking Woodshop.................................................17

Wood Product Manufacturing Methods............................17

CRAFTS: SEWING

Individualized Sewing............................................................13

MUSIC & PERFORMING ARTS

A Virtuoso Season: A Guide to CAMA’s Current Season .

...................................................................................................13

Beginning Songwriting..........................................................13

Break into Voice Over........................................................... 14

Choral Singing........................................................................ 14

Harmonica Blues, Getting Started...................................... 14

Harmonica Blues, Movin’ On .............................................. 14

Improvisation Basics: One Night to Entice NEW! ......... 14

Improvisation: Sharpen Your Intuition and Imagination .

NEW! ...................................................................................... 14

Join the CLL Chamber Orchestra...................................... 14

Body, Mind, Spirit

DANCE, FITNESS, & PERSONAL

All Ages and Stages Gentle Yoga........................................ 18

Balance: Use It or Lose It!.................................................... 18

Become Pain Free with Foam Rolling and Stretching.... 18

Belly Dance and Dances of the Middle East..................... 18

Body Mind Wakeup Call....................................................... 18

Dance the Salsa: First Steps ................................................ 19

Dance the Salsa: Next Steps................................................ 19

Easy Does It Exercises........................................................... 19

Evening Yoga Flow................................................................ 19

Feldenkrais Mat Class............................................................ 19

Fitness Flow with a Yogic Twist........................................... 19

Fitness for Adults................................................................... 19

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Gentle Yoga for Seniors........................................................ 19

Gentle Yoga With Rope NEW! ..........................................20

Introduction to Aikido..........................................................20

Lighter than Air: A High Energy, Low Impact

.Trampoline Workout.............................................................20

Modern Dance for Fitness and Fun....................................20

Nia Dance - Heal Your Body................................................20

Nia: A Celebration of the Body...........................................20

Pilates for Life.........................................................................20

Qi Gong...................................................................................20

Qigong Animal Frolics...........................................................21

Resistance Pilates...................................................................21

Strength and Stability Training for Seniors........................21

Swing Dance for Beginners..................................................21

Tai Chi Easy NEW! ................................................................21

Tai Ji..........................................................................................21

World Dance Workout...........................................................21

Yoga.......................................................................................... 22

Yoga Flow................................................................................ 22

Yoga for Active Seniors......................................................... 22

Zumba Gold............................................................................ 22

HEALTH

Advances in Biology: Prospects for a Longer, Healthy

Life............................................................................................ 22

Beachside Healing NEW! .................................................. 22

Commit to Clean Eating and the LOVE Diet NEW! ...... 23

Conquering Chronic Pain NEW! ...................................... 23

Dare to be 100: Science-Based Secrets of Long Life .

.NEW! ...................................................................................... 23

DNA and Me............................................................................ 23

Free Health Care System ‘A’ - Ancient Secrets of .

Chinese and Shamanic Medicine........................................ 23

Free Health Care System ‘B’- Food as Medicine and .

Self-Applied Massage............................................................ 23

Free Health Care System ‘C’ - Qigong, The Medicine

Within....................................................................................... 23

Heal Fatigue and Find Sources of Energy NEW! ........... 24

Healing Body and Soul with Essential Oils ADHS .

NEW! ...................................................................................... 24

Live to be 100 and Die Disease Free.................................. 24

Long Term Care: Myths and Realities................................ 24

Meditate and Recharge with Yin Yoga NEW! ................ 24

Navigating the Medicare Maze........................................... 24

Scientific Nutrition - Thinking Outside of the Box.......... 24

MIND & SUPERMIND

Mind and Supermind: Nature of Innovation and Santa

Barbara Entrepreneurship NEW! ...................................... 25

PSYCHOLOGY & SPIRITUALITY

ADHD Through the Lifespan............................................... 25

Ancient Wisdom and The Torah in Today’s World........... 25

Art of Mediumship: Talking to Spirit................................... 26

Attracting Abundance........................................................... 26

Beyond Mindfulness: An Aware, Engaged Life .

NEW! ...................................................................................... 26

Energy Psychology: 3 New Possibilities for Rapid .

Healing..................................................................................... 26

Find the Love of Your Life.................................................... 26

Hiking Santa Barbara............................................................. 26

Hiking Santa Barbara - Intermediate NEW! ................... 27

How to Communicate Simply, Lovingly, and

Effectively................................................................................ 27

How to Enjoy Anger.............................................................. 27

Kissing The Joy As It Flies: Zen Buddhism and a Life .

Well Lived................................................................................ 27

Kundalini and Other Energy Portals to Spirit NEW! ..... 27

Life Realignment After Illness ............................................. 27

Life Realignment for Career Transitioners........................ 28

Love - Too Good To Leave But Too Bad To Stay?............ 28

Manifestation Magic NEW! ............................................... 28

Past Life Regression Workshop........................................... 28

Practicing Mindfulness - Harmony, Health,

.Happiness................................................................................ 28

Premonitions as Preventive Medicine NEW! .................. 28

Sacred Sites: Tracking Earth Spirit NEW! ........................ 28

SoulCollage: An Artful Path to Self-Discovery................. 29

SoulCollage: Illuminating the Shadow.............................. 29

Taking Control of Skin Conditions NEW! ....................... 29

Tarot Cards Demystified NEW! ......................................... 29

The Secrets of Men’s Depression - The Plight of

Wounded and Wounding Men............................................ 29

Whale Whisperer.................................................................... 29

INDEX BY CATEGORY

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INDEX BY CATEGORY

Events, Language, Photo

CURRENT EVENTS, WORLD AFFAIRS & .

LOCAL CULTURE

Current Events....................................................................... 30

LANGUAGES

French 1................................................................................... 30

French 3................................................................................... 30

French 9 Advanced - Speak like a Parisian....................... 30

Spanish 1 - First Steps............................................................31

Spanish 2 - Low beginning Conversational.......................31

Spanish 4 - High Beginning Conversational......................31

Spanish 5 - Low Intermediate Conversational..................31

Spanish 6 - Intermediate Conversational..........................31

Spanish 7 - High Intermediate Conversational.................31

Spanish 9 - Advanced Conversational ..............................31

PHOTOGRAPHY & FILM

Create Photographs With Impact....................................... 32

Location Photo Shoots with a Pro NEW! ....................... 32

.Photograph Your Own Artwork – Tips and ..........................

Techniques NEW! ................................................................. 32

Photography For Travelers................................................... 32

WRITING & LITERATURE

Explorations in Literature..................................................... 32

Getting Started, Getting Good, and Getting Your Fiction

Published................................................................................. 32

How to Read Like a Writer NEW! ...................................... 33

Modern and Classic Short Stories...................................... 33

Shakespeare............................................................................ 33

Using Narrative Therapy - It Could Transform Your Life .

NEW! ...................................................................................... 33

Writing Our Lives into Being................................................ 33

Writing Personal Histories................................................... 33

Home & Family

COMPUTERS AT HOME

Facebook For Beginners: Will You Be My Friend?........... 34

Social Media for Lifelong Learners of All Ages................. 34

Twitter: To Tweet or Not to Tweet..................................... 34

YouTube for Beginners: Your Videos, Their Videos......... 34

COOKING

A Gourmet Approach to Make Ahead Meals.................... 35

Argentinian Cuisine from Mendoza NEW! ..................... 35

Beautiful Holiday Food Treats NEW! ............................... 35

Chocolate Delights............................................................... 35

Crawfish and Catfish and Gumbo, Oh My NEW! .......... 35

Easy Thanksgiving Side Dishes............................................ 35

First You Make A Roux: Secrets to Great Cajun and

Creole Cooking...................................................................... 36

Food for Your Holiday Open House and Entertaining.... 36

Fragrant Feast: Indian Vegetarian Menu........................... 36

Pizzaiolo Napoletana NEW! ............................................. 36

Local Chefs and Their Favorite Dishes NEW! ................ 37

Sushi: Make it Yourself.......................................................... 37

Tacos From the Inside Out................................................... 37

Tamales - Make Your Own................................................... 37

Tamales from Oaxaca and Veracruz NEW! .................... 37

The Art of the Mediterranean Table................................... 37

The World of Small Bites: Hors d’oeuvres, Tapas,

.Meze, Antipasti....................................................................... 38

GENEALOGY

Family History Research: Beginning to Intermediate..... 38

HOME & GARDEN

DIY Interior Design with Feng Shui.................................... 38

Make Your Project a Success: Strategies for Working

with a Contractor.................................................................. 38

PARENTING

Connecting With Your Teenager........................................ 38

Growing Times I: Parenting Toddlers (18-24 months)... 39

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Growing Times II: Parenting the Two to Three Year Old

Child......................................................................................... 39

Happier Children, Happier Parents With Attachment ........

Play NEW! ............................................................................ 39

Music Times I/II...................................................................... 39

Parenting Your ADHD Child................................................. 39

Squish, Splatter and Roll...................................................... 39

Pequenos Cantantes - Para Padres Con Ninos 12 to 48

meses.......................................................................................40

MATURE DRIVER CERTIFICATIONS

Mature Driver Initial Course................................................40

Mature Driver Renewal: A Review Course........................40

NON-PROFIT SKILLS

Grant Writing Made Easy......................................................40

RECREATION

Basic Keelboat Sailing........................................................... 42

SCIENCE & NATURE

Birds of the Santa Barbara Region: Beginning................. 43

Birds of the Santa Barbara Region: Intermediate............ 43

Natural History Hikes............................................................ 43

The Night Sky......................................................................... 43

Registration is Easy!

Fall Term 2016:

August 22 – December 10

Staggered Registration:

July 11 – July 14

INDEX BY CATEGORY

PERSONAL FINANCE & HOME BUSINESS

1031 Tax Deferred Exchanges and Owning Management

Free Real Estate NEW! .......................................................40

Are You Prepared For Retirement?.....................................40

De-clutter and Sell Your Treasures on the Internet........ 41

Estate Planning Fundamentals............................................ 41

Investing and Financial Planning for Women.................. 41

Manage Your Own Portfolio................................................ 41

Modern Retirement Planning.............................................. 41

Notary Public Commission.................................................. 41

Nature, Science, Recreation

GAMES

Lawn Bowls, Your New Sport.............................................. 42

Let’s Play American Mah Jongg.......................................... 42

Play Chess with Success....................................................... 42

Visit www.theCLL.org today!

The first week of registration will be staggered

by subject areas across four days. Registration

begins at 8:00 a.m. each day online (and at

both Schott and Wake Campus Offices).

MONDAY

July 11

TUESDAY

July 12

WEDNESDAY

July 13

THURSDAY

July 14

HOME & FAMILY

• (all classes)

EVENTS, LANGUAGE, PHOTO

• (all classes)

BODY, MIND, SPIRIT

• (all classes)

NATURE, SCIENCE, RECREATION

• (all classes)

ARTS, MUSIC, PERFORMANCE

You may register for classes in

these programs:

• Arts

• Music & Performing Arts

CRAFTS

You may register for classes in

these programs:

• Ceramics (8:00am)

• Crafts: Quilting & Sewing (8:00am)

• Jewelry (10:00am)

• Crafts & Hobbies: General (10:00am)

• Woodworking (10:00am)


IMPORTANT INFO & POLICIES

New & Improved Refund Policy

SATISFACTION GUARANTEE

You can now receive a FULL refund or free transfer before the

second class meets. This guarantee includes one-meeting workshops.

To request a refund, complete a "CLL Refund & Transfer Form" at the Schott or Wake Campus main office. You

can also find and submit the form online at www.theCLL.org.

Note:

• One-meeting workshops: Refund or transfer request must be received within seven days after class meets.

• Materials fee refund: restrictions may apply.

• Transferring to a more expensive class: The student pays the difference.

• Day trips and performances: See class notices at www.theCLL.org for refund information.

IMPORTANT INFORMATION & POLICIES

CLASS FEES

Class fees include:

• TUITION FEES — Average: $6.50 per hour; the

hourly rate for workshops and specialized classes

may vary.

• MATERIALS FEES — Cover items used in class or

taken home by students, e.g. handouts, food for

cooking, clay for ceramics.

• LAB FEES — Cover specialized supplies, utilities,

and personnel costs.

• BUILDING FEES — Cover off-campus rental fees.

Any class fees are noted in the class descriptions

in this schedule and online. For online registration,

fees are payable by credit/debit card only (VISA and

MasterCard). If paying by personal check*, money

order or cash, payment must be made in person at

the Information and Registration office at either the

Schott Campus or the Wake Campus. (*There is a $20

service charge for each returned check.)

CANCELLATION

The minimum enrollment for CLL classes is five

students, with the exception of classes with lab fees.

However, if a class does not meet the enrollment

anticipated by the instructor, he or she may cancel the

class at his/her own discretion. In the event the class

is cancelled by the college, the student will receive

a full refund or will be able to apply the class fee

towards another class.

ACCOMMODATIONS FOR DISABILITY

SBCC students with disabilities who are requesting

accommodations for classes, college activities or tests

should use the following SBCC procedure: (1) Contact

Disabled Student Programs and Services (DSPS); (2)

Submit documentation of your disability to the DSPS

office; (3) Communicate with a DSPS counselor

regarding options for services and accommodations;

(4) Reach written accommodation agreement with

the DSPS counselor and your instructor. (NOTE: This

procedure also includes student requests to bring into

classes personal service attendants who are not SBCC

employees.) Contact: DSPS office (805) 965-0581

x 2364, SS Building, room 160, dspshelp@sbcc.edu.

SBCC requests you complete this process at least ten

working days before your accommodation is needed,

in order to allow DSPS staff time to provide your

accommodation.

For full details of the SBCC CLL Policies and

Procedures, please visit www.theCLL.org

The Center for Lifelong Learning reserves the

right to cancel classes, change times or locations,

and change instructors when necessary. Fees are

subject to change. In the event of a discrepancy

between the printed and online versions of

our catalog, information shown online will be

considered correct. SBCC is proud to be a Tobacco

Free and Smoke Free Campus.


Three Easy Ways to Register for CLL Classes!

Fall Term 2016: August 22 – December 10

EXPRESS SIGN UP ONLINE

The quickest and most

convenient way to register for

classes is online at:

www.theCLL.org

starting on July 11, 2016

• NEW STUDENTS: You will be

prompted to create a user profile

before you can register for a class.

• RETURNING STUDENTS: If you

have already created a user profile,

simply sign-in with your username

and password.

• Detailed instructions and

helpful tips are available

at the CLL website.

SIGN UP IN PERSON

You may register in person at

either the SBCC Schott Campus

or the SBCC Wake Campus.

Need help with

online registration?

We can help! Call the CLL:

(805) 683-8200

• SBCC SCHOTT CAMPUS

310 W. Padre St.,

Santa Barbara, CA 93105

• SBCC WAKE CAMPUS

300 N. Turnpike Rd.,

Santa Barbara, CA 93111

MAIL IN REGISTRATION FORM

Fill out the registration form

below, include personal check

and mail to:

Center for Lifelong Learning

SBCC Wake Campus

300 N. Turnpike Rd.,

Santa Barbara, CA 93111

Attn: Betty

To check correct fee total

or ask other questions:

Call (805) 683-8200

1 2 3

THREE EASY WAYS TO REGISTER!

SBCC CLL REGISTRATION FORM

FIRST NAME ____________________________________ LAST NAME ________________________________________

PLEASE PRINT

PLEASE PRINT

STUDENT ID# _____________________________________________________________________________________

IF KNOWN

ADDRESS __________________________________ CITY ___________________ STATE ______ ZIP _______________

DAYTIME PHONE (_____)______________________________ DATE OF BIRTH _________________________________

CLASS NAME CLASS ID #

(FIVE DIGITS)

TEACHER LAST NAME

TOTAL FEES

To check correct fee total or ask other questions:

GRAND TOTAL $

Call (805) 683-8200.

Please include a personal check made out to “SBCC CLL” when you mail your registration form to:

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