Courses at the Museum

A History of Sculpture

An eight week course with Dr. Mo Ille, starting on Monday 13 January.

Sculpture has existed since the Old Stone Age!  Tracing its developments through style, subject-matter and tecniques is a fascinating journey through time.

The sessions take place in the Aelberry Building (ground floor with car parking) between 1:30 – 3:30 pm.

Full course: £45

Come when you can: £6 per session

Booking & more details: drmo@ille.co.uk         (01724) 733067

Aspects of Astronomy

This is a WEA course lasting 6 weeks, starting on 22 January.

The course starts with a basic look at what can be seen in the winter sky above Barton – with the naked eye, telescopes and binoculars, and ends with a tour of our Solar System.

Wednesdays – 7.30pm –9.30pm.

To enrol – Phone (0300 303 3464) or go online to enrolonline.wea.ork.uk please qoute the course reference C3675824

French Conversation Classes

12 weekly classes in French conversation run by a native French teacher, Nathalie Brady, starting on Wednesday 8 January to 1 April

(Half term break 19 February)

Post beginners 1pm – 2.30pm;  Intermediate 2.30pm – 4pm
£102 for the twelve weeks course

For further details, please contact Nathalie Brady on 01652 660719 or email: bradyboulay@aol.com

Art and the City

Monday afternoons, 1:30-3:30 pm for five weeks

Monday 11 November – 2 December

Tutor: Dr Mo Ille

Follows  by “Art Between the Wars” (Monday 30 September to 28 October)

Booking, fees, more details:

drmo@ille.co.uk

(01724) 733067

Art Between the Wars

Monday afternoons, 1:30-3:30 pm for five weeks

Monday 30 September to 28 October

Tutor: Dr Mo Ille

 

 

Followed from Monday 11 November – 2 December by “Art and the City”

Booking, fees, more details:

drmo@ille.co.uk

(01724) 733067

French Conversation Classes NEW DATES

Thirteen weekly classes in French conversation run by a native French teacher, Nathalie Brady, starting on Wednesday 11 September.

Wed 11th September to Wed 12th December 2019 (Half term break on Wed 23rd October)

Post beginners 1pm – 2.30pm;  Intermediate 2.30pm – 4pm
£110.50.for the thirteen week course.

 

For further details, please contact Nathalie Brady on 01652 660719 or email: bradyboulay@aol.com

The Story of English Part 1: The beginnings to 1066

How did English start?  Where did it come from? What other languages is it related to?  All these questions are answered by tutor Hazel Hale in this five week course.

£35

Course C3673825

To enrol or make enquires: (0300) 303 3464 or wea.org.uk

Rout Cakes, Riddles and Regency Lovers: Jane Austen’s Emma

A WEA course led by Judith Hedley exploring the world of Jane Austen’s forth novel, “Emma”, both as great literature and as social history. £35

Course C3677667

To enrol or make enquiries: (0300) 303 3464 or wea.org.uk

A Place of Resort

A WEA history course led by landscape historian Richard Clarke which aims to draw attention to the history of urban public spaces.

The five sessions will focus on how the present provision of public parks, recreation grounds, allotments and cemeteries has come about particular in the Humberside region.

Mondays from 5 November between 7pm and 9pm.

Fee £35

Course C3674458

To enrol please call 0300 303 3464 or visit wea.org.uk

Music of the First World War

Graham Saunders explores the music written during the War which gives a very accurate account of its procedure from Land of hope and Glory at the beginning, down to despair in the middle and then back up to elation at victory.

This is a WEA course and costs £10.  Many WEA courses are free if in receipt of means tested benefits.

To enrol or make enquiries, please call 0300 303 3464 or ay on the day.

Course ID C3673762