Our aim is to inform you about WEA courses for adults in Nottingham, also to celebrate successful courses and to encourage discussion on types of courses required by learners in the Nottingham area.
Saturday 27 October 2012 in the Lounge at Nottingham Mechanics, 3 North Sherwood Street, Notts
10am – 1pm
A free event.
Join us for refreshments at 10am and a short AGM followed by a talk by J W Clarke:
Nottingham Castle from the Normans to the present day
The forum is an opportunity to meet likeminded people who are and want to be involved by in the WEA whether as a student, volunteer or in branch activities.
For further information contact 01949 837566
Nottingham WEA and tutor Ann Parker are pleased to be putting on a course at Djanogly Art Gallery. For information on the cost of the course and booking information follow the link below
Our autumn brochure will be available from the end of July. You will also be able to search for courses on the web from the same date. Go to www.wea.org.uk to find a course near you or ring 0115 9628416 and we will send you a brochure in the post.
WEA at EDWINSTOWE 19TH MAY 2012 at 10:00 am
INVITATION TO ALL STUDENTS
Talk and walk around Edwinstowe
Venue: St. Mary’s Church Rooms, Mansfield Road, Edwinstowe. NG21 9QA
- Tea and coffee 10:00 am for a 10:30 am start
- Join us for a talk by Margaret Woodhead a local speaker on Edwinstowe and its history followed by an escorted walk around Edwinstowe.
- Lunch break followed by
- WEA news update
The venue is on Mansfield Road in Edwinstowe, opposite a playgroup ‘Bright Beginnings’ Church Rooms has a small car in front with further road parking on the next road going out of Edwinstowe.
Lunch can be purchased locally or bring a packed lunch.
Students may attend all or any part of the day.
For more information please contact Robin Cook on 01949 837566 or firstname.lastname@example.org
It’s not too late to book yourself a place on this interesting course due to be delivered by popular local tutor, Jack Higham.
Christian art from Raphael to Rembrandt promises to be a fully-illustrated course that looks at the art of the Renaissance and the 17th century, showing the variety of ways in which Christian themes were used. Besides painting it will take account of sculpture, stained glass and folk art.
Start date: Tuesday 8 May 2012
Number of meetings: 4
Venue: Arnold Library (Front Street, Arnold, Nottingham NG5 7EE)
Fees: £33.50 (discounted fee: £30.15) If you receive a benefit or have a low household income, you may be entitled to a fee concession. More details about possible fee concessions are available on request.
To book a place on this course please call Mrs Eileen Rosillo on: 0115 926 5118
(9am-8pm Mon to Fri only)
An illustrated wander through the heyday of the musicals. Using CDs and DVDs we’ll study great musical partnerships such as Rogers and Hammerstein and Lerner and Loewe and the singing and dancing talents of Julie Andrews, Howard Keel, Gene Kelly and Fred Astaire.
Tuesdays 1.30-3.30pm for 5 meetings at Nottingham Mechanics, North Sherwood Street. Cost £33.50
Ring 0115 9628416 to book a place on this course
Join this interactive class to read and discuss favourite poems from across the ages. Discover an interesting range of poems, from the Old English heroic poem Beowulf to Omar Khayyam’s beautiful 12th century Persian poem The Rubaiyat. Further poems will be chosen as the mood takes us.
Tutor Jane Dillon Fee £40.20
Venue The City Mission, 22 Lower Parliament Street, Nottingham, NG1 3DA
Date Monday 10.30am–noon, 8 meetings from 30 January 2012