Fee: $75 (plus supplies)
Dates: M & W, Jan. - Feb. 13th
Time: 6 - 9pm
Location: Maysville Campus Rm # T-205
Description: This class is for the student with an enthusiastic interest in digital or film photography. This course stresses under¬standing and improving basic skills with digital and film cameras, whether your camera is a Point and Shoot or an SLR. Sessions cover camera controls and their functions, digital capture, film types, exposure, composition, flash, and the ever changing world of the photographic process. So, if you are a beginner or an advanced photographer, this class will fit you. This 21-hour class will be structured to the needs of each student and their personal level of photographic skill. BRING YOUR CAMERA TO EACH CLASS and plan on having fun learning and growing in your love of photography.
Dates: M, April 29
Time: 6 - 8pm
Location: Maysville Campus Rm # T-114
Description: Auto-body damage can be costly and frustrating, particularly if the repair cost is less than your insurance deductible. But not all auto-body damage requires a visit to the repair shop. The ugly scratch from a shopping cart, or slight rub mark from a car that got too close in the parking lot, are some examples. If the scratches are not deep into the paint, many can be repaired at home. Join Sonny Hamilton, Sonny’s Body Shop, for this hands-on class to learn how to identify and repair minor scratches without the major cost and inconvenience of a visit to the repair shop.
Fee: $50 + $25 payable to instructor for certification
Dates: April 6
Time: 8 - 4pm
Location: Maysville Campus, Rm # T-115
Description: This course will consist of classroom instruction and shooting range activity. Items you will need:
The Downtown College Series: Maysville Community & Technical College, Workforce Solutions will begin a NEW program called “The Downtown College Series”. Each semester we will offer presentations on topics of interest to the community in the newly renovated Cox building College Café. Please join us for the first presentations on the Dead Sea Scrolls and Translating the Bible into English. Fresh baked goods created by MCTC Culinary students will be available for you to purchase.
Dates: Th, Feb. 28
Time: 5:30 - 7:30pm
Location: Maysville Institute of Culinary Arts Cafe
Description: Have you ever wondered what the Dead Sea Scrolls were? Come participate in an informal class on the Dead Sea Scrolls being taught by MCTC’s Professor of Religion and Philosophy, Alex Hyrcza, M.A., M. Phil. Enjoy a fun evening of informal study in the newly renovated Cox building Café. We’ll discuss what the scrolls are, where they were found, who wrote them, and how they are used today. Finally, we’ll actually study the scrolls themselves. Come see actual photographs of the scrolls in a book, hear the scrolls read in their original Hebrew language, and study some of the main ideas contained in the writings from over 2,500 years ago! Any person 15 years old or older may attend.