Adult Learners' Week runs from 15th May to 21st and the Warwick Open Studies Center has a range of exciting programmes for you to enjoy.
- Take this opportunity to draw a still life, try new art materials, draw in pencil, graphite, charcoal or inks. Have a go in an informal, relaxed, session supported by a helpful tutor. This drop in session is suitable for absolute beginners or those who wish to expand existing skills. Sarah Hedley will guide you through the rudiments of drawing and painting at Coventry Central Library, Smithford Way, from 11.15 – 12.15 p.m. on Monday, 17th May.
- How did roads, canals, railways, buses and flights affect community development? Martin Bennett will talk about this fascinating subject and how it applies locally to Coventry, Rugby and Nuneaton. It started with the Romans but where will it end?
Come and listen to Martin’s talk on Monday, 17th May, in Coventry Central Library, Smithford Way, from 10.00 – 11.00 a.m.
- Are you interested in discovering Ancient Egypt? If so you may like to partake in Chris Kirby’s meander back in time. Chris writes, "Monumental temples, vast pyramids, animal-headed gods and mummies, the culture of ancient Egypt remains today a subject of great fascination". This introductory talk will look at how this most distinctive of ancient civilisations came to exist and endure for over three thousand years.
Chris will be pleased to meet you on Tuesday, 18th May, between 2.00 and 3.00 p.m. in Coventry Central Library, Smithford Way.
- For those who are keen to learn more about geology Martyn Bradley will be talking about the scenery of Britain and Warwickshire and show how this is influenced by its rocks and structures.
Martyn’s talk will take place at Brandon Marsh Nature Centre, Brandon Lane. Information will be available between 10.00 a.m. to 1.00 p.m. and Martyn will be on hand to answer queries.
All of the above events are being run by tutors from the University of Warwick’s Open Studies programme. The programme which runs three times a year on a termly basis is open to everyone. Make sure that you don’t miss out on your free taster session by turning up in good time for the event of your choice.
For a free copy of our current brochure please ring (024) 7657 3739.