Works by advanced photography students are currently on display in the art gallery at Glendale Community College as part of the “Dedication” exhibit.
Fourteen students are participating in the show, which will run through the school’s winter session and will close Feb. 13.
Gallery hours are from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Mondays and from 12:30 to 1:30 p.m. on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays.
Art gallery information can be found at glendale.edu/artgallery.
Spring registration continues
Open registration continues through Feb. 13 for the spring 2020 semester at Glendale Community College. The semester will begin Feb. 18.
The college application is online at glendale.edu/apply. New students must submit an application for admission before registering for courses.
The college offers a live chat for general application and registration information. Visit glendale.edu and click on “live chat.”
This spring, there are credit courses in subjects ranging from accounting to welding, plus noncredit programs at the the college’s Garfield campus. There are still openings in several classes.
A wide variety of music courses are offered. Associate’s degrees can be earned in music as well as an associate’s degree for transfer and certification programs.
Students can also register for vocal and instrumental performing ensembles just as they would for any other academic class, though some ensembles require auditions.
Classes in piano, guitar, keyboard harmony and voice are available. Commercial music courses include Introduction to the Music Business, Introduction to Songwriting, Introduction to Music Technology and Sequencing, Introduction to Recording and Digital Audio Production and two levels of Pro Tools.
Those with an interest in music history can take a lecture course on topics such as music appreciation, history of rock music, history of jazz or world music.
Check the online class schedule for openings in all of the spring classes at glendale.edu/schedules. Click “spring” to select the term and the subjects are listed alphabetically.
Campus tours are available as well as application workshops and other services at the Glendale Community College Welcome Center and Student Outreach Services.
Visit glendale.edu/sos for a list of events and services for new students.
Spain is a summer study-abroad destination
There are still a few openings in Glendale Community College’s summer study-abroad program to Spain.
The college has offered programs previously in Paris, Prague, New Zealand, Australia, Argentina, Italy, Greece, Bali and Ireland.
The Spain program will be shorter than the college’s regular study-abroad offerings. It will be a 10-day program, which requires enrollment in just one course, “Art History Field Studies.”
The one-unit course focuses on observing and appreciating the interconnections of European art, history and architecture.
The program includes some key artistic and cultural highlights of Madrid, Toledo and Segovia. A typical day allows time for a field excursion, short lecture/discussions and time to relax or explore independently.
Emily Haraldson, an art history professor at Glendale Community College, will lead the trip.
The dates will be June 19 to 28, 2020, and the cost is $ 1,250 plus airfare and college course fees. Included in the cost will be a daily breakfast, welcome dinner and farewell dinner, group airport transfers and a seven-day Madrid public-transit pass.
It will also cover guided tours of Madrid museums including Prado, Reina Sofia and Thyssen Bornemisza, as well as guided day tours to Segovia and Toledo.