Last Updated on May 22, 2022
For the art courses that Dr, Joseph Cassar offers on his own, see Additional Classes. For the classes that he offers through CCBC, see below.
Due to COVID restrictions, Charlestown is not yet holding in-person CCBC classes on campus here. If the situation changes, there will be announcements in The Sunburst, on the lobby and digital bulletin boards, MyErickson, TV972, and here on the resident website.
SAIL [CCBC] Courses Spring 2022
The Spring 2022 course selection for Senior Adventures in Learning [SAIL] at CCBC can be found at Senior Adventures in Learning [SAIL].
Choose from a large selection of courses, on Zoom and/or Face-2-Face (at various locations off campus), many of which run between April to June.
Dr. Joseph Cassar will be offering 2 courses (8 weeks each) on Zoom through CCBC for the Spring 2022 term. The cost of each is $68, which reflects the senior discount.
Dr. David Hatch will be offering 1 course (10 weeks) on Zoom through CCBC for the Spring 2022 term. The cost is $73, which reflects the senior discount.
Register by visiting Senior Adventures in Learning [SAIL] In the search box type a keyword from the course title (e.g. enduring themes, klimt, cold war). You can register online or by calling 443-840-4900.
Enduring Themes in Western Art: Portraiture, Landscape, Religion, Human Figure Art [ART868]
CRN# 78001 | Cassar |Tuesdays 9:30 – 11:00 AM | April 26 – June 14, 2022 | Zoom
The Art and Times of Gustave Klimt [ART869]
CRN# 78002 | Cassar |Thursdays 9:30 – 11:00 AM | April 28 – June 16, 2022 | Zoom
Cold War [HIT696]
CRN #78441 | Hatch | Mondays 7 – 8:30 PM | April 25 – July 11, 2022 | Zoom
Additional registration Information for CCBC Courses
The image below demonstrates where to enter a keyword if you are looking for a specific course on the CCBC website.
If you need help with registration,
call CCBC at 443-840-4900.
Questions? Sara Nixon and Rita Tschiffely,
Co-Chairs, CCBC Committee
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