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This course will provide a continuation of calli- graphic skills, as well as help the beginner to con- tinue to develop skills. Designed to open up new applications for personalized calligraphy, the course will focus on enjoyable and creative projects that develop and enhance skills. Also included will be demonstration on flourishing and decorative techniques to further enhance your work. The ba- sic style of calligraphy will be italic but other styles will be introduced as time allows. Prerequisite: Be- ginning class or instructor’s permission. Fee: $165...

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  1. Art-Zones Cruise into the Art-Zones. We offer adult arts edu- Item W9499 C. Cooney-Wickett FAC, 212 ART-ZONES cation and opportunities in nearly everything from 10 Saturdays Jan 11 - Mar 15 9:00am - noon A-Z. Whether your preference is in the visual, liter- ary, performing, or media art zones, we offer arts Drawing: Intermediate Art of Craft .............................. 71 experiences for the novice as well as the seasoned Have a desire to develop your drawing skills even Design Basics ........................... 73 professional. Our satellite sites are sprinkled further? Build on skills you acquired in beginning throughout the eastside in zones such as the BCC main campus, the Factoria Center campus, North drawing classes. Increase your understanding of Literary Arts ............................ 73 composition, rhythm, form, and value. Discover Campus, high schools, and more. the beauty of color in drawing and learn how to Performing Arts ...................... 74 utilize pastels and oil sticks. For supply list see page 71. Prerequisite: Beginning Drawing course or Professional Programs ............ 70 Visual Arts permission from the instructor. Class includes ex- ploration and study of the human form. Fee: $189 Visual Arts ................................ 68 CALLIGRAPHY Item W9520 V. Sandblom FAC, 212 For Chinese Calligraphy see “Painting.” 10 Wednesdays Jan 15 - Mar 19 6:30 - 9:30pm Calligraphy: Continuing New! Portraiture New Classes! This course will provide a continuation of calli- Learn the anatomy of the skull and facial muscles, the correct way of reproducing facial expressions, graphic skills, as well as help the beginner to con- tinue to develop skills. Designed to open up new the composition of the portrait. Working from mod- Choosing Your Digital Camera applications for personalized calligraphy, the els of different ages, genders, and ethnicities, you Hollywood Film Institute: Crash will do portraits in charcoal, graphite conte crayon course will focus on enjoyable and creative projects Course for Writers, Producers, that develop and enhance skills. Also included will or ink. Your instructor has specialized in portraits for and Directors be demonstration on flourishing and decorative years and a suite of 9 of her portraits is in the collec- techniques to further enhance your work. The ba- tion of the City of Seattle. Bring 14" x 17" sketch Wholesaling Crafts: the Reality sic style of calligraphy will be italic but other styles book, vine charcoal or soft pencil, and a kneaded of Today's Economy eraser to the first class. For supply list see page 71. will be introduced as time allows. Prerequisite: Be- Latin Sampler: Salsa and Rumba ginning class or instructor’s permission. Fee: $165 Tuition includes $45 in model fees. Fee: $185 Child Portraiture for the Item W9515 K. Barker NORTH, 174 Item W9501 C. Cooney-Wickett FAC, 212 Enthusiastic Parent-Photographer 10 Wednesdays Jan 8 - Mar 12 9:30am - noon 8 Thursdays Jan 9 - Feb 27 6:30 - 9:30pm Night Stories DRAWING PAINTING Casting Metal in Set Sand and See also Design. Green Sand Acrylics: Beginning Precious Metal Clay Possibilities Children’s Book Illustration This course will focus on composition, design, and expressive use of color as you learn the basics of Gemology: An Introduction Discover basic illustration techniques as well as a painting with acrylics. You will be introduced to the variety of media commonly used in illustration. This many tools and techniques of acrylic painting us- Fabric Dyeing, Painting, and class is a combination of the history of children’s ing a variety of materials and paintable surfaces. No Resist Techniques book illustration and the hands on practice of illus- painting experience necessary. All levels welcome. tration. Whether you’re a beginner, or have stories Electronic Portfolios and Books For supply list see page 71. Fee: $159 of your own that you have longed to put pictures to, for Artists and Authors this introductory course is a great way to learn new Item W9503 V. Sandblom FAC, 212 Ceramic Decals techniques and work on longer term projects. See 8 Tuesdays Jan 14 - Mar 4 9:00am - noon also ‘The Magic of Writing for Children’. Fee: $139 Item W9502 V. Sandblom FAC, 212 Stained Glass: the Leaded Item W9506 C. Orback SHS, rm. TBA 8 Tuesdays Jan 14 - Mar 4 6:30 - 9:30pm Method 10 Thursdays Jan 9 - Mar 20 7:00 - 9:00pm Collage-Inspired Enamels Sammamish H.S., 100 140th Ave SE, Bellevue Chinese Watercolor Painting No class on 2/20. Calligraphy: Continuing and Calligraphy (Beginning/ Public Art: Section One Drawing: Beginning Continuing) While stressing composition, you will learn to draw Learn the ancient art of Chinese calligraphy and Ballroom Sampler for from still life, using all of the basic elements of painting. This hands-on class will provide you with Couples Only drawing, i.e., line, shape, pattern, space, and value. the basic skills for creating beautiful work in the Country 2- Step: Beginning For supply list see page 71. For exploration and Chinese tradition using traditional brush tech- Line Dancing: Beginning study of the human form see Portraiture and Figure niques and more. Your instructor is President of the Studies. Fee: $189 Overseas Artists Association and a well known Chi- Party Preparation Dance: nese calligrapher and painter. For supply list see Couples Only Item W9498 L. Lyles FAC, 212 10 Mondays Jan 6 - Mar 24 6:30 - 9:30pm Continued on next page No class on 1/20 and 2/17. Locations are as follows, unless otherwise noted. Please see pages 90-91 for maps and other locations. 68 NORTH North Campus: 10700 Northup Way • MAIN Main Campus: 3000 Landerholm Circle SE • FAC Factoria Center: 12402 SE 38th St.
  2. www.conted.bcc.ctc.edu (425) 564-2263 Registration, page 88 Art-Zones page 71. You must bring your supplies to the first class. Fee: $129 Item W9504 Y. Zhu SHS, rm. TBA Enhance Your Abilities 6 Tuesdays Feb 11 - Mar 25 6:30 - 9:00pm Sammamish High School, 100 140th Ave SE, Bellevue As a photographer! No class on 2/18. ● Increase your understanding of Figure in Oil composition, aesthetics, and your Focus on the human form while learning a variety of personal vision oil painting techniques. Investigate gesture, con- ● Take the destiny of your photos into tour, proportion, form in light and discuss the his- your own hands torical perspective of figure painting. Instruction will focus on form, color harmony and composition. ● Interpret the world in black and white Tuition includes $45 in model fees. No solvents al- lowed. For supply list see page 71. Fee: $189 Look at “Black & White Photo Level I” Item W9550 S. Gellatly MAIN, C256 and “Black & White Photo Level II” 8 Mondays Jan 6 - Mar 10 6:30 - 9:30pm © 2000 Claudia Mazzie-Balheim, Art-Zones Student St. Edward Tower No class on 1/20 and 2/17. Intuitive Art See complete list of classes in this catalog on pages 69-70. Feeling blocked or frustrated in your attempts to For a brochure on our state-of-the-art facilities and program call (425) 564-2263 draw and paint? Learn to access your childlike spontaneity and creative voice through a playful and non-judgmental approach to art. Discover the Item W9530 F. Lisaius RHS, rm. TBA Item W9522 C. Doughty FAC, 219 knack of putting aside the critical, thinking mind 8 Wednesdays Jan 8 - March 5 6:30 - 9:30pm 10 Tuesdays Jan 7 - Mar 11 6:30 - 9:30pm and allowing the invisible “artist” to take over, in a Redmond High School, 17272 NE 104th St, Redmond Item W9523 A. Snow FAC, 219 fun and inspiring atmosphere. Activities include No class on 1/19. 10 Wednesdays Jan 8 - Mar 12 6:30 - 9:30pm free-fall drawing and painting, giant self-portraits, Item W9531 C. Stecher Jones NORTH, 174 guided scribbling, printmaking, collage, mixed 8 Thursdays Jan 9 - Feb 27 1:00 - 4:00pm media and more! For beginners or seasoned artists. Black & White Photography: Tuition includes a $20 materials fee. Fee: $150 Level 2 PHOTOGRAPHY This course proceeds as a natural extension of Black Item W9495 V. Dietrich MAIN, C154 With support from the King County Arts Commis- & White Photography: Level 1 and reviews the finer 5 Wednesdays Jan 8 - Feb 5 6:30 - 10:00pm sion and the Bellevue Arts Commission, we are points of proper exposure and printmaking. You pleased to provide a photography program for will explore printing on fiber paper, toning, and Oil Painting: Introduction those interested in darkroom and digital photogra- on-camera flash. Instructor will introduce you to & Continuing phy. Classes are available for the novice and the the zone system, and medium and large format An introduction to the basic processes of painting seasoned professional photographer. photography. Learn, how to use the copy stand with oils, this class will also include the fundamen- and do your own framing and mounting. Tuition tals of good composition and design, color theory includes lab fees and 6 hours of lab time per week. basics (color mixing and juxtaposition), and a look Complete supply list will be handed out the first at the wide range of modes, both physical and con- day of class. See page 71 for supplies and require- ceptual, possible in the contemporary painting ments Bring your camera to your first class. Prereq- Black & White Photography: uisite: Black & White Photography: Level 1 or per- world today. Personal creative expression and de- velopment will be encouraged. For supply list see Level 1 mission from the instructor. Fee: $390 page 71. No solvents allowed! Fee: $159 This course will introduce you to black and white Item W9524 J. Pai FAC, 219 photography, including camera operation, expo- 10 Mondays Jan 6 - Mar 24 6:30 - 9:30pm Item W9505 S. Gellatly MAIN, C256 sure, depth-of-field, film processing, and darkroom No class on 1/20 and 2/17. 8 Wednesdays Jan 8 - Feb 26 6:30 - 9:30pm printing in a friendly and supportive environment. While creating and discussing your photographs Watercolor for Beginners you will increase your understanding of composi- Growing Your This class is designed for the beginning watercolor- tion, esthetics and your vision. Tuition includes lab Photography Business ist to be fun, informative and stress-free. We will fees and 6 hours of lab time per week. Complete Taking a photograph is really only half the story. cover watercolor supplies, paper, paints, brushes, supply list will be handed out the first day of class. What you do with that photograph - who sees it, etc. in the first class, so that you will be a better See page 71 for supplies and requirements. Bring where it is published, and what it returns on your informed shopper. Your instructor will take you your camera to your first class. “Make Your Camera investment of time and money - is at least as im- step-by-step from the basic washes, to finished Work for You” class highly recommended prior to portant and often even more of a challenge. Ex- paintings, learning many techniques along the this class. Fee: $390 plore how to develop the business side of your pho- way. The instructor will emphasize the importance tography. Topics will include career planning, avail- Item W9521 J. Pai FAC, 219 of value and brush control and shows you ways to 10 Mondays Jan 6 - Mar 24 9:00am - noon able resources, getting organized, managing a col- make your painting dramatic and rich in value. For No class on 1/20 and 2/17. Continued on next page supply list see page 71. Fee: $199 CORPORATE INCENTIVE PROGRAM (CIP) Many of our classes qualify for a corporate discount. For further information, please contact the Business & Professional Training Institute, 425-564-4154. 69
  3. Art-Zones WINTER 2003 BCC CONTINUING EDUCATION Item W9507 Staff SHS, rm. TBA Additional materials might be necessary depending Choosing Your 8 Tuesdays Jan 7 - Mar 4 7:00 - 9:30pm on individual projects. This class is made possible Digital Camera New! Sammamish High School, 100 140th Ave SE, Bellevue in part with a grant from the KCAC. Fee: $359 Cut through the hype! Learn the basics of digital No class on 2/18. Item W9511 M. Brinton MAIN, C160 camera selection from mega pixels to memory Item W9508 S. Mascord NORTH, 266 10 Tuesdays Jan 7 - Mar 11 6:30 - 9:30pm cards. Choose the camera that’s right for you based 8 Wednesdays Jan 8 - Feb 26 7:00 - 9:30pm upon features, quality and ease of use. Topics cov- Item W9509 Staff RHS, rm. TBA ered include budget, compact vs. full sized cam- 8 Wednesdays Jan 8 - Mar 5 7:00 - 9:30pm eras, flash memory, battery life and recommended accessories. Compare models by price ranges and Redmond High School, 17272 NE 104th St, Redmond Professional Programs No class on 2/19. features. Computer system requirements for image manipulation and long term storage will also be Item W9510 Staff FAC, 206 BUSINESS FOR ARTISTS discussed. Photographer Michele Burton has 20 8 Thursdays Jan 9 - Feb 27 9:30am - noon years experience in camera sales and commercial Electronic Portfolios and Books photography. Fee: $39 Child Portraiture for the New! for Artists and Authors New! Item W9545 M. Burton NORTH, TBA Enthusiastic Parent-Photographer Discover how electronic books (eBooks) can en- 1 Tuesday Jan 28 6:00 - 9:00pm hance your ability to get your work seen and sold. Of course you have the most beautiful and interest- ing subject on the planet to photograph - your Learn how this powerful tool can be created and Digital Photography - child. How do you convey the wonder and amaze- downloaded it into a computer or portable device for viewing on the web. You will create your own An Introduction ment you see before you 24/7 with camera? Learn eBook using your existing images and/or text in how to capture meaningful, thoughtful photos of If you are currently using the traditional darkroom three intensive classes. Gain vital information re- to create your work and are interested in expand- your child with the greatest technical proficiency. Films, lighting, technique, and value of certain garding content and design of your eBook. Your ing your repertoire into a digital environment, OR completed work may be included in our website’s equipment will be covered in this interactive class. if you have never used a darkroom before and want electronic library, with links from government to try your hand at creating photographs using Requirements: 35 mm SLR camera. Prerequisite: “Make Your Camera Work for You” or permission and private organizations. At the end of this class, your computer, this class will provide an overview you will have your own eBook. Go to http:// from instructor. Your instructor is a working profes- of basic digital equipment and techniques. Experi- www.conted.bcc.ctc.edu/artzones/elibrary/ ence lectures, demonstrations, and hands-on work sional for over ten years. Fee: $45 elibopen.asp to view eBooks created for our covering digital cameras, scanning traditional film, Item W9564 M. Blair NORTH, 174 eLibrary. Some knowledge of Mac or PC is recom- basic techniques using Photoshop, color manage- 1 Saturday Jan 11 10:00am - 1:00pm mended. Bring text and images on disk to class first ment, and inkjet printing. Familiarity with Adobe class (no larger than 100MB zip disk). See web de- Photoshop is recommended. Text “Photoshop 6 for scription for more class details. Fee: $199 Dummies” required. Fee: $490 SCULPTURE See also Ceramics. Item W9547 W. Kaneko / NORTH, 206 Item W9532 M. Burton NORTH, 207 K. Anderson 10 Thursdays Jan 9 - Mar 13 6:30 - 9:30pm 3 Saturdays Jan 11 - Jan 25 10:00am - 3:00pm Casting Metal in Set Sand lection, pin-pointing target markets, promotion, and Green Sand New! and marketing your images - for stock, fine art, Getting Your Artwork Learn how to use patterns for bonded sand and magazines, and books. Participants will have an green sand. No burn-out required. Many molds Seen and Sold opportunity to show samples of their work for an can be poured the day they are made. Techniques Learn the marketing skills vital to success in today’s in-class critique. Textbook “ASMP Professional Busi- will include additive and subtractive approaches to art and fine crafts marketplace. Participants will ness Practices in Photography” required. Fee: $95 create sculptures in aluminum and bronze. Your explore how to identify their market, develop a re- instructor is a metal caster and fabricator currently sume and PR packet, determine prices and present Item W9543 R. Pfortner NORTH, 108 working as the Sculpture Instructional Technician their work in a professional manner. Course in- 6 Wednesdays Jan 8 - Feb 12 6:00 - 9:00pm at the University of Washington. He has an MFA in cludes practical business information and confi- casting and ceramics from SIUE. Lab fee and most dence building tips. For the novice or the working Make Your Camera Work for You materials included in your tuition. Additional mate- artist who need a refresher. Artists and crafts people Are some of your photos are too light or too dark? rials might be necessary depending on individual from all disciplines are encouraged to attend. In- Do some of them look different from what you projects. Fee: $359 structor has been an arts professional for over 20 have expected? Learn how your camera works and years. Tuition includes a $15 comprehensive arts Item W9565 A. Montgomery MAIN, C160 how to use it to consistently expose negatives marketing handbook. Fee: $75 10 Wednesdays Jan 8 - Mar 12 6:30 - 9:30pm properly. Explore the principles behind the depth- Item W9512 M. Works NORTH, W273 of-field, film, on-camera flash, lenses and filters and 1 Saturday Mar 1 10:00am - 5:00pm learn to use them to your advantage. Intensify your Lost Wax Casting in Bronze sense of seeing, creating, self-expression, and com- Explore the wide range of artistic possibilities using position. Requirements: a 35mm camera with the casting process. You will learn lost wax casting Wholesaling Crafts: The Reality manual capability, about eight rolls of film, and text in bronze: from initial wax working through burn- of Today’s Economy New! “Photography 7th Edition” by John Upton and Bar- out and pouring of molten metal to finish patinas bara London. Fee: $169 and polishing. No previous experience necessary. Want to sell your line of crafts or expand your cur- rent efforts in marketing your art? Everything you Mark Brinton has over six years’ experience in cast- ing. Lab fee and most materials included in tuition. Continued on next page Locations are as follows, unless otherwise noted. Please see pages 90-91 for maps and other locations. 70 NORTH North Campus: 10700 Northup Way • MAIN Main Campus: 3000 Landerholm Circle SE • FAC Factoria Center: 12402 SE 38th St.
  4. www.conted.bcc.ctc.edu (425) 564-2263 Registration, page 88 Art-Zones always wanted to know about selling crafts to retail gift shops is available here. Learn about sales repre- sentatives, distributors, and gift shows, from the Supply lists for Art-Zones classes perspective of a home studio craftsman. Your in- structor has a long history of successfully creating Please follow these steps to obtain a supply list for your class: and selling her work in major distribution networks. Learn from her experiences and recommendations for making your artwork more marketable in this 1. Go to www.conted.bcc.ctc.edu economy. Fee: $45 2. Click on “Art-Zones” Item W9560 G. Cucksey NORTH, TBA 1 Tuesday Mar 4 6:30 - 8:30pm 3. Click on “Supplies” 4. Select your class PUBLIC ART PROGRAM Created in cooperation with the Bellevue Arts Com- mission we present a one year, non-credit certifi- If you don’t have access to a computer, please contact us at cate program for artists and designers who are in- (425) 564-2263 (menu option 5) and request a copy of your supply list. terested in the public art process and how to work on design teams for public and private projects. Learn about the process of public art, and what an els, glass, or non-fired crafts such as candles, soap, artist must do within the framework of a design etc. For supply list see above. Fee: $125 Hand Building: Intermediate team. You’ll have an opportunity for hands on ex- This course builds on the foundation of techniques Item W9558 G. Cucksey MAIN, C154 taught in beginning ceramics. The focus will be on perience on a public art project. Internships avail- 2 sessions SaSu Feb 22 - Feb 23 10:00am - 4:00pm improving control of the processes and expressing able. The certificate program will introduce you to the world of architects, developers, and project artistic ideas. Handbuilding techniques include managers and assist you in preparation to compete Figurative Sculpture in Clay pinch, coil, and slab forming. Using commercial in this highly competitive environment. Call (425) underglazes students will explore low-fire surface Learn how to render the human form in clay. Ex- 564-2263 for a Public Art brochure. techniques. For supply list see above. Classes are plore techniques through hands-on demonstra- taught simultaneously with Wheel Throwing. Tu- tions with regard to various armatures and the nec- ition includes lab fees. Fee: $205 Public Art: Section One New! essary considerations for internal support structure, Serving as the foundation for a certificate program hand building methods and options for finishing. Item W9514 M. Wu MAIN, C157 We will address anatomy from an artist’s stand- 10 Mondays Jan 6 - Mar 24 6:30 - 9:30pm in Public Art, you will learn how the public art sys- point. Slide presentations of figurative works in clay No class on 1/20 and 2/17. tem and processes work, and what public art is. Peek into the State’s artist registry. Discover how will give you an overview of the endless possibili- ties and choices for working with the figure, from your art might make the transition from the studio Mosaic Garden Art Workshop extreme realism to abstraction. You have the op- to the public realm. Find out what it takes to enter Design and create a beautiful mosaic wall plaque the field and its responsibilities. A member from the tion to have your pieces fired. Tuition includes lab fees. Fee: $205 or stepping stone. Learn unique, uncomplicated Washington State Arts Commission will provide in- techniques for making a great mosaic quickly with sight. (See the web for detailed information regard- Item W9513 J. Still MAIN, C157 little mess and lots of fun. After one class you can ing the Public Art Certificate Program.) Fee: $125 10 Saturdays Jan 11 - Mar 15 9:00am - noon take home finished project. Included are mosaic Item W9534 M. Works FAC, 210 pieces of colorful glass, ceramic, found objects, 3 Wednesdays Jan 15 - Jan 29 6:30 - 9:00pm Hand Building: Beginning stone mix, and reusable mold. Bring Grandma’s broken vase, costume jewelry, bucket, rubber Human beings have used hand-building techniques gloves, 12" x 12" rigid board to carry project home, for thousands of years to make everything from and snack. Sarah Donnelly is a popular local simple pinch pots to elaborate ritual vessels. Experi- Art of Craft ence the primal act of working with and exploring teacher and author. Fee: $75 the possibilities of clay! Create pinch pots or explore Item W9533 S. Donnelly MAIN, C160 CERAMICS slab constructed vessels. Projects are given to de- 1 Saturday Mar 15 10:00am - 2:00pm $40 material and lab fee is included in the tuition. velop students’ skills and personal ideas. This class These classes are supported in part by a grant from uses commercial low fire glazes and underglazes in a Open Ceramic Lab the King County Arts Commission. broad range of colors. For supply list see above. This lab is only available to those currently enrolled Classes are taught simultaneously with Wheel in an Art-Zones ceramics class who need more time Throwing. Tuition includes lab fees. Fee: $205 to practice the skills taught in class. Take the op- Item W9492 D. Neish MAIN, C157 portunity to practice at your own pace. Lab is See also Sculpture. 10 Wednesdays Jan 8 - Mar 12 12:30 - 3:30pm opened for practice from 1/8 to 3/23 on Wednes- Item W9493 M. Wu MAIN, C157 days (4:00-6:00pm), Saturdays (1:00-7:00pm), Ceramic Decals New! 10 Wednesdays Jan 8 - Mar 12 6:30 - 9:30pm and Sundays (1:00-4:00pm). Learn the process of making decals from simple Item W9494 K. Turner MAIN, C157 techniques to the more complicated. Experience 10 Thursdays Jan 9 - Mar 13 6:30 - 9:30pm making and applying decals of your own to ceram- This class uses high-fire technique and Cone 6. ics. Techniques can be modified to use with enam- CORPORATE INCENTIVE PROGRAM (CIP) Many of our classes qualify for a corporate discount. For further information, please contact the Business & Professional Training Institute, 425-564-4154. 71
  5. Art-Zones WINTER 2003 BCC CONTINUING EDUCATION Wheel Throwing: Beginning JEWELRY Glass Beadmaking for Beginners Introduction to basic wheel throwing techniques. These classes are made possible in part by a grant Discover the mysteries of glass bead making. Make Learn centering and tool use for shaping and alter- from the King County Arts Commission. sumptuous glass beads, working with a ing thrown items. Simple forms, cylinders, bowls lampworking torch and glass rods to create an as- and plates will be taught. Using commercial glazes sortment of colorful, handmade glass beads. Mul- you will explore low-fire techniques. Low fire glaze tiple beadmaking techniques, set-up, safety, and application projects will be assigned. For supply list equipment will be covered. The workshop will bal- see page 71. Classes are taught simultaneously with Collage-Inspired Enamels New! ance demonstration and work time, with as much Hand Building. Tuition includes lab fees. Fee: $205 one-on-one instruction as possible. Leave class with Make a paper collage and copy your work in metal a collection of exclusively designed glass beads cre- Item W9486 K. Turner MAIN, C157 and enamel, paying attention to achieving texture, ated by you! Dress in cotton clothing with long 10 Tuesdays Jan 7 - Mar 11 6:30 - 9:30pm pattern, shape, color, and line. The process is a sleeves and no open toe shoes. Tuition includes This class uses high-fire technique and Cone 6. thorough introduction to the enameling tech- supplies and lab fees. Class is limited to only 6 stu- Item W9487 P. Metivier MAIN, C157 niques including sifting, inlaying, stenciling, dents. Fee: $250 10 Wednesdays Jan 8 - Mar 12 9:00am - noon sgraffito, wire and foil inlay, mesh overlay, and oth- ers. Nationally known artist Jean Tudor leads this Item W9538 J. Griffin MAIN, C160 Item W9488 D. Neish MAIN, C157 class for the novice as well as the experienced 2 sessions SaSu Jan 25 - Jan 26 10:00am - 4:00pm 10 Wednesdays Jan 8 - Mar 12 12:30 - 3:30pm enameler. $15 in supplies included in your tuition. Item W9539 J. Griffin MAIN, C160 Item W9489 M. Wu MAIN, C157 For supply list see page 71. Fee: $175 2 sessions SaSu Mar 1 - Mar 2 10:00am - 4:00pm 10 Wednesdays Jan 8 - Mar 12 6:30 - 9:30pm Item W9563 J. Tudor MAIN, C154 Item W9490 K. Turner MAIN, C157 4 Saturdays Mar 1 - Mar 22 9:00am - 4:00pm Jewelry for Beginners 10 Thursdays Jan 9 - Mar 13 6:30 - 9:30pm Learn a broad range of metalworking skills for jew- This class uses high-fire technique and Cone 6. Exploring Polymer Clay elry. Basic techniques of soldering, filing, piercing, Item W9491 M. Wu MAIN, C157 Expand your world in this comprehensive introduc- forming, and surface embellishment will be taught 10 Sundays Jan 12 - Mar 16 9:30am - 12:30pm tion to polymer clay. Discover the properties of dif- as well as cold connections and bezel settings. Tu- ferent clays, useful tools, color mixing and a variety ition includes some supplies and $30 lab fee. Addi- tional supplies will be necessary depending on Wheel Throwing: Intermediate of surface techniques. Explore how to imitate an- cient ivory, jade and lapis lazuli as well as other project. Fee: $199 This course builds on the foundation of techniques taught in beginning ceramics. The focus will be on natural materials. Utilize elegant, yet, simple sur- Item W9497 C. Skelly MAIN, C160 improving control of the processes and expressing face treatments on polymer such as patinas and 10 Thursdays Jan 9 - Mar 13 6:30 - 9:30pm artistic ideas. Wheel throwing demonstrations will tattoo-like transfers. Instruction includes basic fin- include construction using thrown elements, al- ishing techniques for the wearable art, vessel, box, or creations of your choice made in this class. For Jewelry: Continuing tered, lidded, and large forms. Using commercial supply list see page 71 . You must bring all materi- Learn advanced techniques for making jewelry and underglazes you will explore low-fire surface tech- als to the first class. Tuition includes $15 in sup- small scale objects. This class is designed to expand niques. For supply list see page 71. Classes are plies. Fee: $115 the student’s vocabulary to include a range of in- taught simultaneously with Hand Building. Tuition termediate metal working, joining, and finishing includes lab fees. Fee: $205 Item W9529 M. Arnold MAIN, C160 processes. In addition to learning new techniques Item W9485 M. Wu MAIN, C157 2 sessions SaSu Feb 1 - Feb 2 10:00am - 4:00pm on a rotating basis, students are expected to refine 10 Mondays Jan 6 - Mar 24 6:30 - 9:30pm their vision of jewelry by experimenting with the No class on 1/20 and 2/17. Gemology: an Introduction New! concepts surrounding body adornment. Tuition in- Explore the principles of gemstone identification cludes some materials and $30 lab fee. Fee: $199 using professional gemological equipment. Watch Item W9500 C. Skelly MAIN, C160 GLASS demonstrations of refractive index, pleochroism, 10 Mondays Jan 6 - Mar 24 6:30 - 9:30pm inclusions, and visual identifying characteristics of No class on 1/20 and 2/17. Stained Glass the natural precious stones. Over 75 different precious Leaded Method New! and semi-precious stones will be examined and Precious Metal studied, including diamond, ruby, sapphire, emer- This hands-on eight-week course will focus on the Clay Possibilities New! ald, tanzanite, garnet, and pearl. Discuss quality, lead came and water proofing method. You will be price, and sourcing of gemstone materials. Instruc- Discover working with fine silver in clay form! Pre- working from many pre-designed patterns. The tor holds a Graduate Gemologist degree from the cious Metal Clay can be simply worked into unique class will walk you through the tag board template Gemological Institute of America and has been ac- jewelry pieces very quickly and then fired in a kiln. transfer process and glass cutting techniques. This tively buying and selling stones for the past 10 Explore creating hollow beads and forms, construct class will give you the confidence level needed to years. Tuition includes a gemstone reference book. wearable art pins, use patina and create your own build your future windows of art. The class requires Fee: $129 unique line of jewelry in this class. Once you have the purchase of your own tools and materials that are available at the studio. For supply list see page Item W9548 T. Skovronsky NORTH, 273 gained the skills needed to work with Precious 71. Fee: $179 1 Saturday Feb 22 8:30am - 4:00pm Metal Clay the sky is the limit. This revolutionary new material invites experimentation while being a Item W9549 R. Miller lot of fun to learn about and work with. Tuition in- 8 Tuesdays Jan 7 - Feb 25 6:00 - 9:00pm cludes supplies. Fee: $109 Jax Stained Glass, 13500 Bel-Red Rd. Item W9540 M. Arnold MAIN, C160 2 sessions SaSu Jan 11 - Jan 12 10:00am - 3:00pm Locations are as follows, unless otherwise noted. Please see pages 90-91 for maps and other locations. 72 NORTH North Campus: 10700 Northup Way • MAIN Main Campus: 3000 Landerholm Circle SE • FAC Factoria Center: 12402 SE 38th St.
  6. www.conted.bcc.ctc.edu (425) 564-2263 Registration, page 88 Art-Zones WOODWORKING FASHION DESIGN WRITING See also Professional Programs; Calligraphy; and Fine Woodworking: Introduction Fabric Dyeing, Painting, and Children’s Book Illustration. Whether a novice or a craftsman, this class has something for you. Learn basic wood crafting tech- Resist Techniques: Intro New! niques as well as advanced joinery and cabinet This class will cover a basic understanding of fiber Brand New Worlds: Crafting making skills. The course is project based and de- hand dyeing manipulation processes which can be Genre Fiction and the Craft of signed with individual instruction in mind. Other done at home. Learn about basic dyeing, along Short Story Writing topics covered will include health and safety, tool- with wax (batik), string (shibori) and hand stitch- Science Fiction, Fantasy, and other types of genre ing, materials, joinery, and fasteners. The class is ing techniques for dye resist. Explore concepts of fiction receive little respect from “literary” minds. taught in the modern woodworking facility at repeat design and learn about the historical and Examine the elements that make genre fiction tick, Sammamish HS, at the east side of the school. Tu- contemporary sources of textile designs. You will and learn how to transcend the clichés that riddle ition includes $25 in lab fees. Fee: $189 complete several samples throughout an intensive popular fiction. We will play with character, setting, hands-on learning experience. Please see page 71 Item W9535 T. Danielsen SHS, rm. 403 and plot. Have fun playing with the conventions of for supply list. Fee: $195 10 Tuesdays Jan 7 - Mar 18 6:30 - 9:30pm fiction to craft your own short stories. Discover Sammamish High School, 100 140th Ave SE, Bellevue Item W9562 Staff MAIN, C154 electronic publishing opportunities. Your tuition No class on 2/18. 10 Mondays Jan 6 - Mar 24 6:30 - 9:30pm includes two tickets to “NightStories” perfor- Item W9536 J. Lilly SHS, rm. 403 No class on 1/20 and 2/17. mances at the SecondStory Theater in Redmond’s Town Center. See our web site for more informa- 10 Thursdays Jan 9 - Mar 20 6:30 - 9:30pm tion. Fee: $109 Sammamish High School, 100 140th Ave SE, Bellevue No class on 2/20. Literary Arts Item W9546 4 Saturdays W. Kaneko Feb 1 - Feb 22 NORTH, 274 10:00am - 3:00pm Woodworking Open Shop LITERARY APPRECIATION Use Tyee’s excellent woodshop facilities for crafts Crafting Fiction that Sells and furniture projects. Have a project in mind be- Let’s Talk Books Go beyond the basics of dialogue, setting, charac- fore the first class; bring plans and materials with A book club? A class? The best of both! Not your terization, and the other elements of fiction. Focus you. Instructor trained in industrial art will be on ordinary book club - a literature class without ex- on how to write popular fiction for today’s readers. hand to advise on tool use and design ideas. Mate- ams. Examine the writer’s craft. Engage in spirited Using scenes from your own stories as optional rials must be purchased outside of class. Fee: $169 discussion of authors’ themes, and what the texts homework assignments, begin learning to develop have to teach us about our own lives. Long-stand- and craft the kind of fiction that rises above the Item W9496 J. Hunsberger Tyee MS, rm. 129 10 Tuesdays Jan 7 - Mar 18 6:30 - 9:30pm ing and dedicated group welcomes newcomers, stacks of short stories and/or novels on the editor’s and brings a wealth of reading and life experiences desk. Instructor has both written and edited hun- Tyee Middle School, 13630 SE Allen Rd, Bellevue that enrich reading and discussion. Please see page dreds of short stories and novels and is an instruc- No class on 2/18. 71 for a book list. Fee: $115 tor for the Writer’s Digest fiction correspondence and online courses. Fee: $125 Item W9460 A. Ohlinger NORTH, 175 10 Thursdays Jan 9 - Mar 20 12:30 - 2:30pm Item W9461 G. Kempton NORTH, 174 Design Basics No class on 2/20. 8 Thursdays Jan 16 - Mar 6 7:00 - 9:00pm INTERIOR DESIGN Night Stories New! Crafting Nonfiction That Sells These classes often include field trips. Have bits of writing, journal entries, ideas on pieces Do you enjoy reading? Talking? Meet as a class and talk about character, plot, theme, and the other of paper, half-written stories stuffed away in a desk Interior Decorating: formal elements of fiction as you examine how drawer? Learn to take those pieces of brilliant prose A Master Plan writers build and sculpt brand new worlds for us to and turn them into saleable personal experience Is your goal to have a beautiful, functional and inter- explore every time we open a new book. This stories, how-to/self-help articles, personal essays, quarter’s theme: Visions of America - we will read interview articles, humor pieces, feature articles or esting environment? You needn’t possess decorat- five books that offer a variety of visions of “America nonfiction books. Bring your ideas and by the end ing experience or artistic ability to join this class. Award Winning, Senior Designer, Leslie J. Baker will the Beautiful,” ranging from the fantastic to the of this course you will have a vast knowledge of macabre. See page 71 for a booklist. Your tuition how to write many different kinds of nonfiction. help you customize your plan. Romantic, includes two tickets to “Night Stories” perfor- Instructor has been selling nonfiction articles and trendsetter, sports minded, shy? Empty nester? House full of children? Entertain a lot? Using what mances at the SecondStory Theater in Redmond’s books for over 20 years. Fee: $125 you already own or purchasing new furnishings, you Town Center. See our web site for more informa- Item W9463 G. Kempton NORTH, 174 will create a customized master plan. Course in- tion. Fee: $115 8 Thursdays Jan 16 - Mar 6 10:00am - 12:30pm cludes phase development, color psychology, bud- Item W9561 W. Kaneko NORTH, 266 geting, and much more. Fee: $155 10 Mondays Jan 6 - Mar 24 6:30 - 8:30pm The Magic of Writing Item W9516 L. Baker NORTH, 174 No class on 1/20 and 2/17. for Children 6 Mondays Jan 6 - Feb 24 9:00am - noon No class on 1/20 and 2/17. Children’s books are one of the most satisfying and growing areas of writing. Learn the basics of writ- Item W9517 L. Baker NORTH, 174 ing for kids, how to plot and characterize picture 6 Mondays Jan 6 - Feb 24 6:00 - 9:00pm No class on 1/20 and 2/17. Continued on next page CORPORATE INCENTIVE PROGRAM (CIP) Many of our classes qualify for a corporate discount. For further information, please contact the Business & Professional Training Institute, 425-564-4154. 73
  7. Art-Zones WINTER 2003 BCC CONTINUING EDUCATION books, middle grade novels, and children’s maga- Ballroom Dancing: Introduction Item W9466 K. Fedor-White MAIN, R014 zine stories. Learn about nonfiction for children. 10 Mondays Jan 6 - Mar 24 7:30 - 8:30pm Learn the dances of the Big Band era: fox trot, Instructor will provide lots of marketing tips and No class on 1/20 and 2/17. Latin, waltz, cha-cha, and others. In this class you you will discuss your stories in a friendly, support- will learn proper position, posture, and other me- ive atmosphere. Instructor writes children’s novels chanics of dance beside steps, so that you’ll be able Latin Sampler: and magazine stories. Your tuition includes two tickets to “NightStories” performances at the to lead or follow all styles of dance. Jane and Doug Salsa and Rumba New! SecondStory Theater in Redmond’s Town Center. Cox have over 25 years of experience in teaching Add some Latin spice to your life! Ideal for begin- ballroom dance. Leather soled shoes highly recom- ners or as a refresher course. You will have fun See our web site for more information. Fee: $155 mended. Fee: $79 learning the basics of salsa and rumba in this re- Item W9462 P. King-Anderson NORTH, 174 Item W9450 D. Cox/J. Cox MAIN, R014 laxed and fun atmosphere taught by instructors 8 Wednesdays Jan 22 - Mar 12 6:30 - 9:30pm with over 18 years’ experience. Partners recom- 6 Fridays Jan 31 - Mar 7 7:30 - 8:30pm mended but not required or guaranteed. Fee: $45 Vision and Revision: Ballroom Sampler for Item W9455 K. Urban/T. Riza The Art of Novel Writing Couples Only New! 3 Fridays Jan 10 - Jan 24 7:00 - 8:00pm Working on a novel? Want to hone your skills? Pro Sports Club, 4455 148th Ave NE, Bellevue Have fun learning the fox trot and swing. Whether Learn the secrets of writing dramatic fiction. Dis- you’re just curious or really serious about dancing, cover how to launch powerful plots. Develop char- this is a perfect beginner’s course. Partner required. Line Dance: Beginning New! acters that last in the reader’s mind long after the Tom and Kathi will stress balance and partnership Are you looking for a fun activity to do with friends tale is done. Create vivid settings that draw the in the fox trot and fun in the swing. Fee is per and get exercise at the same time? Join other be- reader into your story world. Learn to analyze the couple. Fee: $75 ginner Line Dancers and learn some fun easy line markets and map out your writing future. All Item W9459 K. Urban/T. Riza dances to a variety of music. This class is fun for all genres are welcome. Instructor is a published nov- ages and abilities. No experience or partners re- elist and writes feature articles for major writing 3 Fridays Jan 10 - Jan 24 8:00 - 9:00pm quired. Fee: $65 magazines. Her students have won literary awards, Pro Sports Club, 4455 148th Ave NE, Bellevue landed top agents, and sold their works to major Item W9555 D. Serfling publishing houses. Fee: $155 Classical Egyptian Belly 5 Mondays Feb 24 - Mar 24 6:30 - 7:30pm The Rockin’ Horse Dance Barn, 11820 150th Ave SE, Renton Item W9541 J. Lee Carey NORTH, 106 Dancing: Beginning 8 Tuesdays Jan 7 - Feb 25 6:30 - 9:30pm Combine an ancient Middle Eastern Folk dance Party Preparation Dance: with fun and physical fitness. Try this excitingly Writing the Hollywood new but ancient dance form to increase flexibility, Couples Only New! endurance, and strength, flatten the tummy, tone Tired of going to dances and just sitting? Don’t Screenplay the thighs, and whittle down the waist while prac- miss this opportunity to learn three easy partner Of course, you would have written the last movie ticing the movements of the dance. Benefit from dances from experienced instructors. This class is you saw much better! Come and learn how to turn Maria Morca’s extensive experience as a profes- ideal for weddings, nightclubs, cruises, and parties words into pictures, how to hook your audience, sional performer in Hollywood movie productions and you will dance to different kinds of music from and make your story and characters compelling. and television. Wear comfortable clothing. Tuition the last 50 years. Fee is per couple. Fee: $75 Discover how to make the director “see it” your includes Maria Morca’s Belly Dancing book and way and how to make your idea irresistible on pa- audio tape ($20 value). Fee: $99 Item W9451 K. Urban/T. Riza per and successful on screen. Your tuition includes 3 Fridays Feb 28 - Mar 14 8:00 - 9:00pm Item W9484 M. Morca MAIN, R014 Pro Sports Club, 4455 148th Ave NE, Bellevue two tickets to “NightStories” performances at the 8 Tuesdays Jan 7 - Feb 25 4:00 - 5:00pm SecondStory Theater in Redmond’s Town Center. See our web site for more information. Fee: $139 Country 2-Step: Beginning New! Salsa for Beginners Item W9464 Staff MAIN, D273 It’s fun, it’s all the rage, it’s time for you to learn it! This class will get you dancin’ around the floor in Designed for the beginner, this easy course will fo- 8 Wednesdays Jan 22 - Mar 12 6:30 - 9:30pm no time at all. The 2-step is the most popular dance cus on the man’s lead and the woman’s following on the country dance floor. It’s easy to learn and skills. Tom Riza and Kathi Urban are the Eastside’s the turns are fun. Partners recommended but not most experienced dance team. They will help you Performing Arts required. Fee: $65 develop a strong foundation in your dancing and Item W9556 D. Serfling get you onto the Latin dance floor ASAP! Partners DANCE 5 Tuesdays Jan 14 - Feb 11 7:30 - 8:30pm recommended, but not required or guaranteed. The Rockin’ Horse Dance Barn, 11820 150th Ave SE, Renton Fee: $45 Ballet: Beginning/Continuing Item W9544 K. Urban/T. Riza Learn the basics of classical ballet. Study the elemen- Jazz Dance: Beginning 3 Fridays Feb 28 - Mar 14 7:00 - 8:00pm tary steps and positions at the barre, then learn to Get in shape and stay in shape! Learn basic jazz steps Pro Sports Club, 4455 148th Ave NE, Bellevue execute simple combinations. Students new to bal- and benefit from this energetic and rhythmic dance. let are welcome, as are advanced beginners. Wear Discover how to achieve the best physical appear- leotard and tights or sweats and a t-shirt. Ballet slip- Social Dance Beginners I ance with no special equipment. Instructor is a Con- pers are optional, socks are fine. Fee: $109 Learn the latest fun dance from the past that is servatory Graduate and a former professional dancer sweeping the nation, plus some traditional social Item W9465 K. Fedor-White MAIN, R014 with 27 years of experience. Fee: $109 dances. We’ll concentrate on contemporary music, 10 Mondays Jan 6 - Mar 24 6:30 - 7:30pm No class on 1/20 and 2/17. Continued on next page Locations are as follows, unless otherwise noted. Please see pages 90-91 for maps and other locations. 74 NORTH North Campus: 10700 Northup Way • MAIN Main Campus: 3000 Landerholm Circle SE • FAC Factoria Center: 12402 SE 38th St.
  8. www.conted.bcc.ctc.edu (425) 564-2263 Registration, page 88 Art-Zones but introduce some of the “oldies,” too. You’ll learn Item W9456 K. Fedor-White MAIN, R014 ticket to the SecondStory Theater in the Redmond the vintage swing, East Coast swing, fox-trot, salsa, 6 Tuesdays Jan 7 - Feb 11 8:00 - 9:00pm Town Center is included in your tuition. Details in waltz, cha cha, and rumba. Come alone or bring a class. Fee: $119 partner! Instructor Katerina Fedor-White has been DRAMA Item W9470 Staff FAC, 203 turning out dancers for the last 27 years. Fee: $65 See also Radio, Film & TV. 8 Thursdays Jan 9 - Feb 27 7:00 - 9:30pm Item W9453 K. Fedor-White MAIN, R014 5 Tuesdays Jan 7 - Feb 4 6:00 - 7:00pm Auditioning for Stage, Acting Techniques Item W9454 K. Fedor-White MAIN, R014 Acting Techniques can help the beginner or a vet- 5 Tuesdays Feb 11 - Mar 11 6:00 - 7:00pm Television and Film New! eran of stage and screen to sharpen acting skills. Explore the basic needs and techniques for audi- Study includes blocking, character motivation, tioning in the professional arenas of film, television, Social Dance Beginners II analysis, improvisation, monologues, cold read- and theatre. Discussions include representation, ings, and scene work. Utilize acting exercises from Dance is food for the soul! And if you are familiar marketing, and audition material. Workshop your a variety of sources. Learn effective voice projec- with an elementary level of dance and want to audition material and receive advice and informa- learn more, this is your next step. The class is de- tion, stage movement, and the art of taking direc- tion about photographs, resumes, and other items tion. Discover which unique gifts you possess as an signed to improve your techniques and add two essential for pursuing a professional career in per- actor and apply them to enrich your work. One more dances to your repertoire. Emphasizing the formance. One ticket to the SecondStory Theater importance of leading and following, styling, and ticket to the SecondStory Theater in the Redmond in the Redmond Town Center is included in your Town Center is included in your tuition. Details in footwork in couple dancing, this energetic and fun tuition. Details in class. Fee: $109 class. Fee: $149 class will take you to a more comfortable level of movement. Prerequisite: Social Dance Beginner I. Item W9554 M. Mascara FAC, 203 Item W9469 R. Rutherford NORTH, 112 Fee: $65 10 Mondays Jan 6 - Mar 24 6:00 - 7:30pm 8 Tuesdays Jan 7 - Feb 25 6:30 - 9:30pm No class on 1/20 and 2/17. Item W9457 K. Fedor-White MAIN, R014 5 Tuesdays Jan 7 - Feb 4 7:00 - 8:00pm Mime New! Acting for the Camera Did you know that walking in place and getting Item W9458 K. Fedor-White MAIN, R014 So you want to be in pictures? The television com- nowhere is an art form? This is a playful, structured, 5 Tuesdays Feb 11 - Mar 11 7:00 - 8:00pm mercial industry is always looking for new faces, and and invaluable form through the arena of mime, it’s a great way to enter the entertainment industry. physical comedy, and clown theater. The course Swing: Introduction This course addresses acting techniques for com- will focus on general movement exercises, the Learn the hottest dance craze to hit the country mercials and film. Learn how to find your mark, read mime illusions, image work, and improvisation. since the 1940s. Learn the basic East Coast and cue cards, do cold-readings, eat on camera, and Aside from specific mime technique, the course will West Coast swing and, of course, the ever popular work with partners. We will also discuss unions, pho- cover communication through universal imagery, jitterbug. Leather soled shoes highly recom- tographers, and finding the right agent. You will and characterization through mime and clown rou- mended. Fee: $79 have the opportunity to work in front of the camera tines. Class includes physical warm-ups, technique and analyze your work. One ticket to the instruction, and physical improvisation. Hand-outs Item W9452 D. Cox/J. Cox MAIN, R014 SecondStory Theater in the Redmond Town Center and discussion include: history of mime, follow-up 6 Fridays Jan 31 - Mar 7 6:30 - 7:30pm is included in your tuition. Details in class. Fee: $109 exercises, and reading and video list. One ticket to Item W9468 Staff FAC, 203 the Second StoryTheater in the Redmond Town Tap Dancing: Beginning/ Center is included in your tuition. Details in class. 8 Tuesdays Jan 21 - Mar 11 7:00 - 9:00pm Intermediate Fee: $115 Try this fun and creative dance form and you may Item W9559 P. Pulver FAC, 203 Acting for the Non-Actor find a true joy in working out! Learn basic steps and 8 Wednesdays Jan 29 - Mar 19 6:30 - 8:30pm Unlock the actor in you! We all played as kids, now combinations, correct timing and get plenty of aerobic workout. This class is suitable for all age you can again. Learn basic stagecraft. Analyze scripts. Build character. Gain confidence in yourself. MUSIC groups. You will need tap shoes and comfortable Learn and develop skills that can help you far away attire. Instructor is a Conservatory Graduate and a former professional dancer with 27 years of experi- from the stage. Look forward to plenty of hands-on Class Piano: Level 1 experience and discussion in a safe, respectful envi- ence. Fee: $109 For absolute beginners, with no previous music ronment. There will be homework including memo- and/or piano experience. Learn to read and play Item W9467 K. Fedor-White MAIN, R014 rizing and rehearsal. One ticket to the SecondStory music from the very start. A keyboard is needed for 10 Mondays Jan 6 - Mar 24 8:30 - 9:30pm Theater in the Redmond Town Center is included in daily practice. Course materials and information No class on 1/20 and 2/17. your tuition. Details in class. Fee: $165 are available from instructor in the first class. A $5 Item W9482 R. Rutherford FAC, 203 lab fee is included in your tuition. Fee: $119 Viennese Waltz 8 Saturdays Jan 11 - Mar 1 10:00am - 2:00pm Item W9471 A. Cummings MAIN, E222 Learn the fast and fun original waltz, danced to 8 Saturdays Jan 4 - Mar 8 9:00 - 10:00am classical music. This class is also for those preparing Acting: Improvisation No class on 2/1 and 2/22. for “The Night in Vienna,” the largest ball in the Northwest, held in March. We will be working on Get out of your head, and experience spontaneity! Item W9472 C. Long MAIN, E222 Through a series of exercises, theater games, and 8 Tuesdays Jan 7 - Mar 4 6:30 - 7:30pm techniques of footwork, smoothness, and comfort discussion, learn the principles of improvisational No class on 2/18. in leading and following. Katerina Fedor-White is a graduate of the Art Conservatory of Prague and has acting. Gain skills and discover talents that can help you succeed on and off the stage. Wear clothes in 27 years of experience in teaching. Fee: $79 which you feel you can comfortably move. One CORPORATE INCENTIVE PROGRAM (CIP) Many of our classes qualify for a corporate discount. For further information, please contact the Business & Professional Training Institute, 425-564-4154. 75
  9. Art-Zones WINTER 2003 BCC CONTINUING EDUCATION Class Piano: Level 2 Guitar: Level 2 String Orchestra If you can read simple music notation and play ba- Has it been a while since you picked up your gui- Ever wanted to make music with other people? If sic chords in C and G-major, this is the class for you. tar? Feeling a bit “rusty”? This class is a perfect way you play (or used to play) a stringed instrument Basic music theory will be introduced. A keyboard to brush up on your guitar playing skills. We’ll drill and you can read simple music, this is your chance! is needed for daily practice. Prerequisite: comple- on changing chords while keeping a strum pattern Please join us for a fun, easygoing class on en- tion of Class Piano: Level 1, or permission of in- going, reinforce any music theory you may be semble playing. Bring your own instrument and structor. A $5 lab fee is included in your tuition. fuzzy on, and learn easy songs limited to 2-3 music stand; music will be provided. Fee: $109 Fee: $119 chords only. This class prepares you for Guitar: Item W9537 R. Enders MAIN, E224 Level 3. Guitar required. Fee: $119 Item W9473 A. Cummings MAIN, E222 10 Saturdays Jan 11 - Mar 22 10:30am - noon 8 Saturdays Jan 4 - Mar 8 10:00 - 11:00am Item W9477 G. McClellan MAIN, E102 No class on 1/18. No class on 2/1 and 2/22. 8 Tuesdays Jan 7 - Mar 4 7:00 - 8:00pm No class on 2/18. Item W9474 C. Long MAIN, E222 RADIO, FILM, & TV 8 Tuesdays Jan 7 - March 4 7:30 - 8:30pm Item W9478 G. McClellan MAIN, E102 See also Drama. See our web site for additional No class on 2/18. 8 Thursdays Jan 9 - Mar 6 6:00 - 7:00pm offerings. No class on 2/20. Class Voice Basic Broadcasting Enjoy the natural, relaxed singing in class atmo- Guitar: Level 3 New! If you love music and hate commercials - public sphere. Learn the basics of tone production, You know basic chords and strum patterns. Now radio is for you. Learn the basics of public radio breathing, and pitch control. Supportive environ- what do you do? Learn a song each week in a dif- broadcasting at BCC’s own radio station KBCS. ment encourages “closet singers” and shy singers ferent guitar style: Rock, Blues, Folk, and Pop! We Course covers basic broadcasting tools - how to use to find and use the gift of their true voice. Text will will cover advanced strum patterns, basic “the board,” cue up records and CDs, and an- be e-mailed to you prior to the first class. Fee: $129 fingerpicking in 4/4 and 3/4, power chords, using nounce music smoothly. Learn at a real public ra- a capo. Purchase an intermediate guitar book of dio station - 24 hour jazz, folk, world, and blues. Item W9481 C. Long MAIN, E129 your choice before the first class. Understanding 8 Wednesdays Jan 8 - Mar 5 6:30 - 8:00pm You’ll also learn the FCC’s regulations for public basic music notation and knowledge of primary broadcasting. After the course you may apply for a No class on 2/19. chords in five keys required, however, instructor volunteer shift at KBCS. Tuition includes lab fees. will audition students who do not meet this re- Fee: $139 Flute: Beginning New! quirement. Fee: $119 Item W9480 H. Jin FAC, 101 Follow the lure of the silvery flute. Caress it in your Item W9542 G. McClellan MAIN, E102 6 Tuesdays Jan 7 - Feb 11 7:00 - 9:00pm hands, touch it to your cheek, put it to your lips, 8 Tuesdays Jan 7 - Mar 4 8:00 - 9:00pm and make some music! Give in to the seduction! No class on 2/18. Hollywood Film Institute: Breath control and standards of good technique as well as the most basic music theory will be your A Crash Course for Writers, Strings - Violin/Viola: Beginning focus and soon you will play simple pieces. Search Have a desire to learn the violin or viola? Come and Producers, and Directors New! the yellow pages for the closest music store near learn how to produce a sound by plucking and by This acclaimed course launched the careers of you to purchase or rent a flute. Required: Bring using the bow. Learn how to read music, rhythm, Quentin Tarantino, Spike Lee, Guy Ritchie and 20 your flute to the first class! Fee: $119 understand simple musical terms, and be able to Sundance entrants, including “In the Company of Item W9557 M. Krueger MAIN, E102 perform simple songs. A brief group recital will be Men” and “The Blair Witch Project.” In just one 8 Mondays Jan 6 - Mar 10 6:30 - 7:30pm performed on the last night of class. Bring your weekend, you’ll learn how to “Make Your Film” No class on 1/20 and 2/17. own instrument and music stand or rent from your (Produce, Direct, and Shoot) and “Sell Your Movie” local music store. Fee: $109 (Finance, Distribute, and Sell) in a simple demystifying step-by-step process. The end result is Guitar: Level 1 Item W9479 R. Enders MAIN, E102 that you, a first-timer, will know how to make any Have you always wanted to strum the guitar for 10 Wednesdays Jan 8 - Mar 19 6:00 - 7:30pm feature film with budgets from $5,000 to $50,000. enjoyment? This class will focus on learning the No class on 2/19. Subjects covered are Producing, Writing, Talent, guitar layout of string numbers, open string notes Guild & Unions, Financing, Dealmaking, Directing, and notes up to the fifth fret. We will learn how to Strings - Violin/Viola: Continuing Cameras, Shooting, Editing, Marketing, Festivals, make chords and practice changing from chord to This class is a continuation of Strings - Beginning Distributing, and Negotiating. See the website for chord, (short chord progressions), covering the Violin/Viola. For students with some knowledge of more information. One ticket to the SecondStory four primary chords in five basic keys! Purchase a Theater in the Redmond Town Center is included in beginning guitar book of your choice before the a string instrument. A brief group recital will be performed on the last night of class. Bring your your tuition. Details in class. Fee: $299 first class. This course prepares you for Guitar Level own instrument and music stand or rent from your Item W9553 Dove S-S Simmens 2. Required: Bring a guitar! Fee: $119 local music store. Fee: $109 2 sessions SaSu Feb 15 - Feb 16 9:00am - 6:00pm Item W9475 G. McClellan MAIN, E102 Seattle location available upon registration. 8 Tuesdays Jan 7 - Mar 4 6:00 - 7:00pm Item W9483 R. Enders MAIN, E102 10 Wednesdays Jan 8 - Mar 19 7:30 - 9:00pm No class on 2/18. No class on 2/19. Item W9476 G. McClellan MAIN, E102 8 Thursdays Jan 9 - Mar 6 7:00 - 8:00pm No class on 2/20. Locations are as follows, unless otherwise noted. Please see pages 90-91 for maps and other locations. 76 NORTH North Campus: 10700 Northup Way • MAIN Main Campus: 3000 Landerholm Circle SE • FAC Factoria Center: 12402 SE 38th St.

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