For many, the summer calls for a slower pace, but we have been busy creating an incredible fall course lineup, which includes new courses on creativity, the Amazon, Cuban-U.S. relations, Buffalo Bayou and much more. We’re excited to offer you a sneak peek into our Personal Development course list today. These courses will open for registration on July 15, so mark your calendars!
Arts, Humanities and Sciences
America’s Music From 1935 to 1950: A Definitive American Sound
Arts on the Rise: The Design and Development of Six Houston Arts Organizations
Astrobiology and the Quest for Life in the Universe
Buffalo Bayou: Houston’s Past, Present and Future
Creativity 360: The Art, Science and Practice of Creativity
Cuba on the Cusp
Divas of Broadway
Finding Meaning and Happiness in Retirement
Great American Art Collectors: Eccentric Lives, Eminent Collections
The Eight Limbs of Yoga: Effort and Surrender
The Future of Neuroscience
Life in the Amazon: The Collision of Tradition and Modernity
Profiles from the Past: The French Revolution to Modern Times
Where is This Relationship Headed?
World War II: The German-Soviet War
Shaping Your Story
Writing Children’s and Young Adult Literature
Designing, Building and Remodeling Your Dream Home
Meditation and Happiness: Skills for a More Meaningful Life
Studio Art and Photography
Advanced Photography Workshop with Peter Brown
The Basics of Photography
Digital Photography: Beyond the Basics
Drawing Wild with Color: Art Inspired by the Fauves
Introduction to Digital Photography: A Saturday Seminar
Introduction to Drawing
Making Extraordinary Photos of Everyday Life
Mastering the Art of Photographic Workflow
The Painter’s Toolbox: An Introduction to Acrylic Painting
Photorealism in Acrylics
Professional Practices for Artists
Watercolor for All
You, Too, Can Draw!
Retirement, Investment and Estate Planning in the New Economy
Stock Market and Investment Fundamentals
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Note: All courses and titles are subject to change. Image Credits: A 1908 postcard depicting Long Reach, Buffalo Bayou in Houston; Image from the “Out of the Amazon” exhibit at Houston Museum of Natural Science; Paints from Orseck Studio, Winter Street Studios, Houston, photographer William H. Miller.
Kim Espinosa, Marketing Specialist