Arts and Humanities

Astronomy

Living Among the Giant Planets

Michael Carroll
What will it take for humans to live among the giant planets of our solar system? After a brief overview of plans for exploring and settling Mars, we’ll jump into the outer solar system. How will astronauts, pioneers and tourists live among the moons of Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune? How will we set up cities in the clouds of the gas giants? Is Pluto in our future? Join us for a creative and informative journey through humanity’s future among the giant planets and moons.

Wed, Jan 31, 7-9 p.m.         Littleton Campus closed
PERS 1010S01-80111           $29, $5 material fee to instructor

Earths of Distant Suns: The Latest on Exoplanets

Michael Carroll
With the advent of Kepler and other advanced observatories, we have begun to discover many Earthlike worlds orbiting far-away stars. Come hear the latest news, find out how we find planets around other stars, and explore some of the newly-discovered Earthlike planets and what they might be like. Lots of Q&A and discussion!

Wed, Feb 7, 7-9 p.m.         Littleton Campus closed
PERS 1011S01-80112    $29, $5 material fee to instructor

Wonders of the Cosmos

Michael Carroll
The cosmos teems with glowing nebulae, spiraling galaxies, and amazing worlds. Come along with space artist and science writer Michael Carroll on an entertaining journey through the cosmos. Learn the most up-to-date discoveries about the “wanna-be” planet Pluto, the asteroid Ceres, mysterious comets, and water on Mars. Explore the possibilities of life on planets orbiting distant stars, many of which we can now study in some detail. Bring a lunch, sit back, and celebrate the Universe! Ages 12 to adult.

add to cartSat, Apr 14, 10 a.m.-1:30 p.m.                Littleton Campus
PERS 1012S01-80113         $39, $10 material fee to instructor

Calligraphy

Chancery Hand Calligraphy

Evette Goldstein
Learn Chancery Italic Calligraphy. Discover the joy of self-expression through this beautiful ancient art form. If you are left handed, the material fee will be $6 more. Please notify the office upon registration.

add to cartThu, Mar 8-Apr 5, 6-8 p.m., 5 wks         Littleton Campus
ARCR 1104S01-80114           $109, $40 material fee to instructor

Copperplate Calligraphy

Evette Goldstein
Learn Copperplate Calligraphy, the style of writing found in the Declaration of Independence. Discover the joy of self-expression through this beautiful art form. Check out Evette’s website at www.prettywriting.com to see her work.

add to cartThu, Jan 18-Feb 15, 6-8 p.m., 5 wks         Littleton Campus
ARCR 1102S01-80115           $109, $40 material fee to instructor

add to cartThu, Apr 26-May 24, 6-8 p.m., 5 wks         Littleton Campus
ARCR 1102S02-80116           $109, $40 material fee to instructor

Creative Writing and Journalism

Creative Writing Essentials

Karyl Chalfin
Take those musings, meanderings, scribbled pages, and ideas that float in your head and create a lasting treasure. Discuss plot, character development, dialogue, description, scene, transition, and point of view. Fine tune writing skills and get feedback to help you grow in a pressure-free environment. Explore writing and see with a writer’s eyes. Share ideas, gain confidence, and experiment with fiction, poetry, nonfiction and whatever else sparks your interest.

Mon, Jan 22-Feb 26, 6:30-8:30 p.m., 6 wks    Littleton Campus
WRIT 1010S01-80117                                      $199 closed

add to cartMon, Apr 2-May 7, 6:30-8:30 p.m., 6 wks    Littleton Campus
WRIT 1010S02-80118                                       $199

Introduction to Creative Writing - An Online Course

Juliet Hubbell
Have an urge to try your hand at writing? Or have a stack of stories in your drawer you don’t know what to do with?  Join other new writers in Introduction to Creative Writing and learn the basics of creative writing that cut across poetry and prose.  Exercises, workshops, literary readings, and discussions on craft.

add to cartOnline only. Jan 30-May 8, 14 wks         Littleton Campus
WRIT 2004S01-80119                                      $299, plus book

Introduction to Creative Writing

Andrea Mason
Have an urge to try your hand at writing? Or have a stack of stories in your drawer you don’t know what to do with?  Join other new writers in Introduction to Creative Writing and learn the basics of creative writing that cut across poetry and prose.  Exercises, workshops, literary readings, and discussions on craft.

add to cartMon, Feb 5-May 7, 6-8:45 p.m., 13 wks         Littleton Campus
WRIT 2003S01-80260                                 $299, plus book

Creative Writing II

Andrea Mason
We’ll be writing with an eye for publication as we give each other manuscript feedback through hands-on workshops.  We’ll explore prose and poetry and the multiple genre cross-overs.   Each student will then choose a particular writing project to concentrate on. We’ll help you create a portfolio of your best work. PREREQUISITE: ENG 221 with a grade of "C" or better OR instructor permission

add to cartMon, Feb 5-May 7, 6-8:45 p.m., 13 wks         Littleton Campus
WRIT 2005S01-80121                                $299, plus book

Progenitor Art and Literary Journal

Andrea Mason
This course teaches students the entire process involved in preparing a literary magazine for publication, including publicity to promote submissions, working with graphic design to create a theme and style, the process of selection of material (fiction, nonfiction, poetry, and visual art), communicating with contributors as well as keeping within budget and on schedule.  Lastly, students plan and promote the release party and website for the magazine.  To see last year’s issue, writerstudio.wixsite.com/progenitor2017.

add to cartMon/Wed, Jan 17-May 7, 4-5:15 p.m., 16 wks  Littleton Campus
WRIT 2006S01-80122                               $299, plus book

Photojournalism

Andrea Mason
Develops photojournalistic skills in capturing moments of real life from a unique personal viewpoint. Students will focus on the way they observe the world around them and on the content and quality of their photographs. They will work on assignment to produce publishable pictures for the Arapahoe Pinnacle in the fields of Sports, News, Feature, multimedia and other areas.  The course will culminate in a portfolio of their work.    

Tue/Thu, Jan 16-May 8, 4-5:15 p.m., 16 wks    Littleton Campus
WRIT 2007S01-80123                     $299, plus book closed

Drawing

You Can Draw!

Brian Brennan
Learn to draw anything you see! Explore line, texture, tone, shading and shape. Discover how to “record” images onto your paper or canvas. Great observational drawing class for beginners. Advanced techniques reviewed for the experienced artist as well. Recommended first day of class supplies: Drawing pencil - HB #2 general usage wooden pencil, Strathmore Bristol 300 series drawing pad (100lb., 20 sheets smooth) 9x12. A more detailed supply list will be outlined at first class.

add to cartThu, Jan 18-Feb 22, 7:30-9 p.m., 6 wks     Littleton Campus    
ARCR 1101S01-80124                           $129, plus materials

add to cartThu, Mar 1-Apr 5, 7:30-9 p.m., 6 wks     Littleton Campus    
ARCR 1101S02-80125                           $129, plus materials

add to cartThu, Apr 12-May 3, 7:30-9 p.m., 4 wks     Littleton Campus    
ARCR 1101S03-80126                           $99, plus materials

Learn to Draw the Figure from a Live Model

Cliff Austin
Learn to draw the clothed human figure from a live model. Start with gesture drawing and advance to an understanding of proportions, light and shadow, and drapery on the figure. Classes held off campus at Cliff Austin Fine Art Studio located at 1500 W Littleton Blvd. Class supplies are charcoal and newsprint.

Tue, Feb 6-Mar 6, 6-9 p.m., 5 wks     Littleton Campus    
ARCR 1187S01-80127           $149, plus materials closed

Great Books Series at ACC

Shakespeare - Part of the Great Book Series

Juliet Hubbell
Did you always want to take a Shakespeare course but all those pesky required classes got in the way? Have you enjoyed all the recent remakes of Shakespeare films with super cool modern settings and backdrops? You'll love watching Shakespeare films and discussing all the ways we see Shakespeare today in our storytelling. We'll be watching and having lively, in -class discussions about three of the famous "histories" (Henry V, Richard II and Henry IV) , three of Shakespeare's "comedies"  (Taming of the Shrew, Much Ado about Nothing,  Twelfth Night) and two dramas (Othello, MacBeth). We'll attend an actual performance if we can (optional), and we'll even try to memorize one of our favorite sonnets.

add to cartMon, Jan 22-May 7, 5:30-8:15 p.m. 15 wks         Littleton Campus
WRIT 2008S01-80128                                          $299 plus book

Music

ACC String Orchestra

Rene Knetsch
Join the ACC orchestra. Class is for players age 12 to adult. You must have previous playing experience. Register 10 days prior to class start date. No class the week of March 12 due to spring break.

add to cartMon, Jan 22-May 7, 5:30-7:30 p.m., 15 wks  Littleton Campus
ARHU 1008S01-80129                                                  $159

ACC Chorus

Ron Kientz
Join the ACC Jazz Band. Class is for adults. You must have previous playing experience. Register 10 days prior to class start date. No class the week of March 12 due to spring break.

add to cartTue, Jan 16-May 8, 7-9 p.m., 15 wks          Littleton Campus
ARHU 1009S01-80130                                      $69

ACC Jazz Ensemble

Cecil Lewis
Join the ACC Jazz Band. Class is for adults. You must have previous playing experience. Register 10 days prior to class start date. No class the week of March 12 due to spring break.

add to cartThu, Jan 18-May 3, 6-8 p.m., 15 wks          Littleton Campus
ARHU 1002S01-80131                                      $159

Pop/Rock Ensemble

Aaron Walker
Join the ACC Pop/Rock Band. Class is for adults. Previous playing experience preferred. Register 10 days prior to class start date. No class the week of March 12 due to spring break.

add to cartFri, Jan 19-May 4, 1-3 p.m., 15 wks          Littleton Campus
ARHU 2016S01-80132                                   $159

Private Instrument and Voice Lessons

For all levels and abilities of aspiring musicians over age 8. Receive 10 half-hour private lessons over 10 weeks set up to meet your schedule. When registering, specify the string, woodwind, brass, or guitar instrument. Refunds will not be given for missed lessons. Lessons meet between Jan. 16 - May 8 at ACC's Littleton Campus as established between you and the instructor.

Course Name Course Number Cost Add to Cart
Private Piano ARHU 1020S01-80133 $269 add to cart
Private Strings ARHU 1021S01-80134 $269 add to cart
Private Woodwinds ARHU 1022S01-80135 $269 add to cart
Private Bass ARHU 1023S01-80136 $269 add to cart
Private Drums ARHU 1024S01-80137 $269 add to cart
Private Guitar ARHU 1027S01-80138 $269 add to cart

Painting

Creating Colorful Landscapes

Sidney Pitchford
Discuss and experience the creation of landscape composition. Learn how to mix beautiful vibrant colors to make your painting sing. Keep things simple and bring any reference material that is suitable for your style of painting. From the realistic to the more abstract – all perspectives are welcome. This course is interactive and fun for artists at all levels.

Fri, Feb 2-Mar 2, 1-4 p.m., 5 wks         Littleton Campus
ARCR 1186S01-80139                $149, plus materials closed

add to cartFri, Mar 9-Apr 6, 1-4 p.m., 5 wks         Littleton Campus
ARCR 1186S03-80300                            $149, plus materials

add to cartThu, Mar 22-Apr 19, 6-9 p.m., 5 wks         Littleton Campus
ARCR 1186S02-80140                            $149, plus materials

Exploring Acrylics I

Candace French
Explore blending brilliant colors, brushwork, brush care, palette knife painting and more. Enjoy “Chalk Talks”, demos and lots of individual attention. Aspects of abstract composition and what makes a piece “work” will be shared. Candace’s teaching style is engaging and educational. No experience necessary. Experienced artists welcome. Repeat this class and build on what you have previously learned. Supply list provided online. No class April 18.

add to cartWed, Jan 17-31, 1-4 p.m., 3 wks         Littleton Campus
ARCR 1109S01-80141                                       $99

Exploring Acrylics II

Candace French
Explore blending brilliant colors, brushwork, brush care, palette knife painting and more. Enjoy “Chalk Talks”, demos and lots of individual attention. Aspects of abstract composition and what makes a piece “work” will be shared. Candace’s teaching style is engaging and educational. No experience necessary. Experienced artists welcome. Repeat this class and build on what you have previously learned. Supply list provided online. No class April 18th.

add to cartWed, Feb 7-Mar 21, 1-4 p.m., 6 wks         Littleton Campus
ARCR 1110S01-80142                                     $179, plus supplies

Exploring Mixed Media

Candace French
Explore the amazing world of mixed media! Experience texture, foils, charcoal and mediums. Students will be guided through "chalk talks", demos and be given lots of individual attention. Aspects of abstract composition and what makes a piece "work" will be shared. Candace's teaching style is engaging and educational. No experience necessary. Experienced artists welcome. Repeat this class and build on what you have previously learned. Supply list provided online. No class April 18th.

add to cartWed, Mar 28-Apr 25, 1-4p.m., 4 wks         Littleton Campus
ARCR 1199S01-80143                  $119, $5 material fee to instructor, plus supplies

Oil Painting for Beginners and Beyond

Valorie Snyder
A fun and comfortable class for beginners and comprehensive instruction for students of all levels.  Learn about brushes, painting techniques and color theory with a classic approach to realism. Choose your own subjects as you complete assigned exercises and progress at your own pace. Build on what you already know if you have painted before with more advanced exercises and fill in information you may have missed in previous art classes. Students often repeat this class, without repeating exercises already completed.  Includes lectures, notes, demonstrations, and individual help. Note: This class requires the use of Gamsol Odorless Mineral Spirits (made by Gamblin Paints), rather than turpentine or other dangerous solvents. Complete supply list is on Valorie’s blog. Registering for two class sections (S01 and S02) will allow you to participate the entire spring (January to May) semester if you so desire.

*$18 optional workbook fee to instructor.

Thu, Jan 18-Feb 22, 2-5 p.m., 6 wks          Littleton Campus
ARCR 1061S01-80144                 $179, plus materials* closed

add to cartThu, Jan 18-Feb 22, 6-9 p.m., 6 wks          Littleton Campus
ARCR 1061S02-80145                $179, plus materials*

add to cartThu, Apr 5-May 10, 2-5 p.m., 6 wks          Littleton Campus
ARCR 1061S03-80146          $179, plus materials*

add to cartThu, Apr 5-May 10, 6-9 p.m., 6 wks          Littleton Campus
ARCR 1061S04-80147                $179, plus materials*

Intermediate/Advanced Oil Painting

Valorie Snyder
Continue your art training with a variety of painting approaches, advanced color mixing, composition, and various painting concepts.  Repeat this class as often as you like to build your skills and take your art to the next level.  Prerequisite: For students who have completed the Seven Color Study assignments in Valorie’s Beginning Oil Painting Class and who have a comfortable grasp of the classic layered approach to painting introduced in that class. Note: This class requires the use of Gamsol Odorless Mineral Spirits (made by Gamblin Paints), rather than turpentine or other dangerous solvents. See Valorie’s blog for additional supplies and last minute updates on Valorie's blog. Registering for two class sections (S01 and S02) will allow students to participate the entire spring (January to May) semester if they so desire.

*$18 optional workbook fee to instructor.

Tue, Jan 16-Feb 20, 6-9 p.m., 6 wks   Littleton Campus
ARCR 1205S01-80148         $179, plus materials closed

add to cartTue, Apr 3-May 8, 6-9 p.m., 6 wks          Littleton Campus
ARCR 1205S02-80149                   $179, plus materials*

Watercolor Basics

Brian Brennan
Learn to paint with watercolors. Explore the usage and application of watercolor paint. No art experience necessary. Discover how artists use the unique medium of water­color to achieve beautiful light effects! Further supplies will be discussed at first class. Recommended – Brushes: Black Velvet watercolor brushes (#4 or #6 size); Suggested paint: Windsor and + Newton Cotman watercolor paint; Colors: cadmium red, lemon yellow, sap green, cobalt blue (student quality); Paper: Arches 9x12 rough 20 sheet watercolor paper block; Palette: 10-well round plastic palette and a pencil, rag and 12” ruler.

Tue, Jan 16-Feb 20, 7:30-9 p.m., 6 wks     Littleton Campus
ARCR 1200S01-80150                $129, plus materials closed

Tue, Feb 27-Apr 3, 7:30-9 p.m., 6 wks          Littleton Campus
ARCR 1200S02-80151               $129, plus materials closed

add to cartTue, Apr 10-May 15, 7:30-9 p.m., 6 wks          Littleton Campus
ARCR 1200S03-80152                     $129, plus materials

Painting Trees, Aspens and More

Marjory Wilson
Learning to paint trees is identifying their specific shape, texture, pattern and color that with the interplay of light and shadow make them compelling subjects. We will focus on composition, color, drawing, dimension and perspective. This is a studio class so we will be painting from reference photos so bring your own or some will be available. Supplies list provided online.

Tue, Jan 16-Feb 20, 6-8 p.m., 6 wks         Littleton Campus
ARCR 1210S01-80153               $129, plus materials closed

Painting Spring Flowers

Marjory Wilson
Flowers are great subjects for painting, they are elegant, abstract and exotic with amazing colors. The repetition of shapes, patterns and interplay of light and shadow make them exciting. This class will focus on composition, drawing, color, dimension and perspective. This is a studio class so we will be painting from reference photos so bring your own or some will be available. Supplies list provided online.

add to cartMon, Mar 12-Apr 16, 6-8 p.m., 6 wks         Littleton Campus
ARCR 1211S01-80154                            $129, plus materials

Pouring Color into Your Art

Candace French
Join in this exploration and create exciting effects while pouring color into your art. Students learn three unique approaches to pouring color. Work created is a completed work of art or a wonderful background to a layered artwork or collage. Expand your creative painting skills through pouring color. Candace’s approach to teaching is interactive, informative and inspirational. This class is for students of all levels. Beginning students experience immediate success. Established artists find these techniques help them expand their creativity. Supply list provided online.

add to cartWed, May 2-9, 1-4 p.m., 2 wks         Littleton Campus
ARCR 1100S01-80155                                     $69

Abstract Paintings: Concept to Completion

Cliff Austin
Learn the fundamentals of abstract painting using oil, acrylic, pastel, and the elements of art, line, shape, value. Class supplies are dry pastels and pastel paper or board. Class supplies include a standing drawing easel.

add to cartWed,Mar 21-Apr 18, 6-9 p.m., 5 wks          Littleton Campus
ARCR 1202S01-80156                             $149, plus materials

Landscape Painting with Dry Pastel

Cliff Austin
Learn to draw the landscape with dry pastels. Start with basic understanding of light and form to an understanding of expressive color. Class supplies are dry pastels and pastel paper or board.

add to cartTue, Mar 13-Apr 10, 6-9 p.m., 5 wks       Littleton Campus
ARCR 1203S01-80157                     $149, plus materials

Landscape in Oils from Photographs

Cliff Austin
Learn to paint the landscape with oil paints. Start with basic understanding of light and form to an understanding of expressive color. Class supplies are oil paint, canvas, and table easel.

add to cartTue, Apr 17-May 15, 6-9 p.m., 5 wks      Littleton Campus
ARCR 1204S01-80158                         $149, plus materials

Photography

Photoshop CC

Amy Folkestad
This course is designed to give you a general understanding of how to utilize the full version of Photoshop. The course will begin with an explanation of file types, color profiles, workflow and organization tips, including the use of Bridge. Next, the bulk of the course will cover the program’s main functions and tools, including layers, effects (such as drop shadows, bevels, and artistic filters), the clone stamp, text options, color swatches, clipping masks, layer masks, how to group layers, actions, and other commonly used features of the program. Bring your laptop (PC or Mac), preferably loaded with CS5 or newer.

add to cartSat, Feb 3-24, 9 a.m.-noon, 4 wks          Littleton Campus
ARCR 1143S01-80159                                    $199

Lightroom

Amy Folkestad
Learn how to organize your vast collection of images, including creating collections, adding keyword tags, and filtering images based on various metadata (file size, date, location, camera type, etc.). Develop your singular images or batches of images using Lightroom’s powerful image quality control tools.  Additionally, learn how to export image files with your own specified parameters, such as specified file sizes or groups of images to prepare for clients. You will also create professional print layouts, add watermarks, create slideshows, and make photo books. Take this class for fun to improve your own images, or use it to expand or start a business. Bring your laptop (PC or Mac) loaded with Lightroom 5 or newer, as well as images that you can work with. 

Sat, Jan 20-27, 9 a.m.-noon, 2 wks          Littleton Campus
ARCR 1144S01-80160                           $109 closed

Beginning Digital Photography

Bob Montgomery
Focus on aperture, shutter speed, depth of field, ISO and exposure. Discover composition principles to create better photographs. Bring camera and owner’s manual. Designed for 35MM and digital camera users new to photography. Camera must have an adjustable aperture and shutter speed.

add to cartMon, Jan 22-Feb 5, 6-8:45 p.m., 3 wks         Parker Campus
ARCR 1132SP1-80161                                                $109

add to cart Mon, Apr 2-16, 6-8:45 p.m., 3 wks Littleton Campus
ARCR 1132S01-80162                                               $109

Camera to Computer: Archive, Edit and Send Digital Photos

Bob Montgomery
Do you have fantastic digital photographs trapped in your camera? Computer leaving you in confusion in file transfers? How do you find all those photos once they are eaten by your computer? This one night class allows you to get a handle on transferring photos to your computer, saving them so they are accessible, a basic edit of the photos and then posting them to social media or sending them to family and friends. Requires your laptop - if you want please bring your camera with any cables or software that came with that camera. Card readers are welcome!

Thu, Feb 8, 6-8:45 p.m.          Littleton Campus
ARCR 1133S01-80163                      $39 closed

add to cartThu, Apr 19, 6-8:45 p.m.      Littleton Campus
ARCR 1133S02-80164                  $39

Online Options

These are 6-week, 24 instructional hours online classes which begin the 2nd Wednesday of every month.

Course Name Course Number Cost
Discover Digital Photography ONLI 1021 $129
Secrets of Better Photography ONLI 1248 $129
Mastering Your Digital SLR Camera ONLI 1099 $129
Travel Photography for the Digital Photographer ONLI 1070 $129
Introduction to Photoshop CS6 ONLI 1205 $129
Intermediate Photoshop CS6 ONLI 2069 $129
Introduction to Lightroom CC ONLI 2059

$129

Introduction to Digital Scrapbooking ONLI 2089 $129

Theater

Improv for Fun and Awareness

Pam Roth O’Mara
Whether you’re an artist, author, musician, manager, engineer, administrator, performer, retiree, student, or all of the above, this class will help you improve your ability to REALLY see what’s around you and respond to whatever life throws at you. Every class starts with warm-up exercises, and gradually helps you become familiar with improvisational acting methods, techniques, and styles. Led by Pam Roth O’Mara, artist, author, performer, you’ll learn how to invent characters and put them into interesting scenes. Have fun and meet new people.

Thu, Jan 25-Mar 8, 6:30-8:30 p.m.*, 7 wks,   Littleton Campus
ARCR 1167S01-80165                                     $139 closed

Improv Playtime

Pam Roth O’Mara
You know how to create characters and put them into scenes, and you want one night to flex your improv muscles. In these one-session classes the challenges include keeping those scenes interesting, moving in and out of scenes gracefully, creating complex scenes with three or more characters, and bringing scenes to their natural end. Led by Pam Roth O'Mara, artist, author, and performer. Requires participation in a previous ACC Community Education improv class or instructor approval.

Mon, Feb 26, 6:30-8:30 p.m.  Littleton Campus
ARCR 1168S01-80166              $25 closed

Mon, Mar 19, 6:30-8:30 p.m.  Littleton Campus
ARCR 1168S02-80167              $25 closed

Thu, Mar 29, 6:30-8:30 p.m.  Littleton Campus
ARCR 1168S03-80168             $25 closed

add to cartThu, Apr 26, 6:30-8:30 p.m.  Littleton Campus
ARCR 1168S04-80169                         $25

add to cartWed, May 2, 6:30-8:30 p.m.  Littleton Campus
ARCR 1168S05-80170                         $25

Welding

Welding for Art’s Sake

Cathy Hiatt/Johnny Garcia
Get introduced to the tools and techniques used to create a welded art piece. Learn basic metal fabrication using a plasma cutter, oxyacetylene torch and MIG welder.  With one on one instruction and guidance, choose from six pre-designed projects to create a unique metal sculpture.  Cathy and Johnny are experienced metal artists and enthusiastic welding instructors with over 15 years of metal work experience. These classes are held at the Metal Shop, 3311 W. 71st Ave., Westminster.

add to cart Thu, Jan 25, 5-9 p.m.               Metal Shop
ARCR 1215S01-80171          $160, $30 material fee to instructor

Sat, Jan 27, 10 a.m.-2 p.m.      Metal Shop closed
ARCR 1215S02-80172          $160, $30 material fee to instructor

Sun, Jan 28, 10 a.m.-2 p.m.      Metal Shop closed
ARCR 1215S02-80173         $160, $30 material fee to instructor

add to cart Thu, Feb 22, 5-9 p.m.                Metal Shop
ARCR 1215S04-80174         $160, $30 material fee to instructor

add to cart Sat, Feb 24, 10 a.m.-2 p.m.       Metal Shop
ARCR 1215S05-80175         $160, $30 material fee to instructor

add to cart Sun, Feb 25, 10 a.m.-2 p.m.      Metal Shop
ARCR 1215S06-80176          $160, $30 material fee to instructor

add to cart Thu, Mar 22, 5-9 p.m.                 Metal Shop
ARCR 1215S07-80177          $160, $30 material fee to instructor

add to cart Sat, Mar 24, 10 a.m.-2 p.m.        Metal Shop
ARCR 1215S08-80178          $160, $30 material fee to instructor

add to cart Sun, Mar 25, 10 a.m.-2 p.m.       Metal Shop
ARCR 1215S09-80179          $160, $30 material fee to instructor

add to cart Thu, Apr 26, 5-9 p.m.                  Metal Shop
ARCR 1215S10-80180         $160, $30 material fee to instructor

add to cart Sat, Apr 28, 10 a.m.-2 p.m.          Metal Shop
ARCR 1215S11-80181          $160, $30 material fee to instructor

add to cart Sun, Apr 29, 10 a.m.-2 p.m.          Metal Shop
ARCR 1215S12-80182          $160, $30 material fee to instructor