C.A.L.L.: Adult Continuing Ed Program
Chatham Adult Lifeworks Learning (CALL)
Chatham Adult Lifeworks Learning (C.A.L.L.) is our continuing education program for adults. Courses are offered in art, music, history, and current events; all courses taught by subject specialists. In order to ensure the highest quality presenters, the Library may collect a fee for each course, though some lecture series are free. Stop in or CALL us for more information!
Art and Architecture of Rome
Classes are on Mondays, 11 am to 12:30 pm
Ancient – January 6
Medieval – January 13
Renaissance – January 20
Baroque – January 27
Rita Keane, Associate Professor of Art History at Drew University and Peggy Kuntz, Professor of Art History at Drew University will present a four-part course surveying the art and architecture of Rome.
The course will consider the art and architecture of the city of Rome from its origins to the seventeenth century. We will discover a history of Rome through the study of its monuments and how works of art and architecture reflected and created ideological currents (political, religious, and social) in the ancient, medieval, Renaissance and Baroque city.
A fee of $40 will be charged for the series or $10 per individual class.
Thursdays & Fridays, January 24 & 31; February 6, 7, 13, 14, 20 & 21 – 10:30 am to 12 pm
Limited to 15 participants
Back by popular demand, Peggy Dressel will teach this course in watercolor painting. This series of 8 lessons will cover the basics of watercolor, such as picking a palette, how to mix colors, and different watercolor techniques. You do not have to know how to draw to take this course. A demonstration will be given in each class.
A fee of $80 will be charged for the course.
In addition, students will need to purchase supplies. The list of supplies will be available on the library’s website and at the library.