Craft Center gets creative
Bowdoin's own Craft Center will be offering three new courses
for the first six weeks of the second semester. These courses are open
to all members of the community and will offer an exciting hands-on opportunity
for students to learn about pottery, photography, and stained glass.
If you'd like to sign up for any of these classes, simply
go to the Smith Union information desk and reserve a spot today. It's
important to save a slot as soon as possible because space will be limited
for some of the courses.
The Introduction to Photography class will begin on Tuesday,
February 5 at 7:00 p.m. The course will run for two hours and will cost
students twenty dollars. Faculty and staff members will be charged forty-five
dollars while non-faculty/staff members will be charged fifty.
The Wheel Throwing class will be divided into two sections
with a cap of five people in each one. These courses will start on Tuesday,
February 5. The first class will meet at 6:30 p.m. while the second one
will be meeting at 7:30 p.m. The cost for this course will be five dollars
for students, thirty dollars for faculty/staff members and thirty-five
dollars for non-faculty/staff members.
The Introduction to Stained Glass class will be held on
Mondays, starting February 4 at 6:30 p.m. This course will run for two
hours and will cost students ten dollars while faculty/staff members will
pay thirty-five dollars. Non-faculty/staff members will be charged forty
So if you find yourself bored during weeknights or just want to try something new during the second semester, then give the Craft Center a shot. Sign up and pay for your courses at the Smith Union information desk during regular business hours on weekdays. The staff at the Craft Center can answer any specific questions, and can be reached by phone at 798-7088 or through email at firstname.lastname@example.org. So take a break from your studies for an hour or two on a Monday or Tuesday night and explore your artistic side at the Craft Center.