ain basic to advanced understanding of digital or film SLR (single-lens reflex) photography. Learn from classroom critiques on composition, exposure, and other techniques. Improve your photography by working in the field during two six- to eight-hour Sunday field trips.
Michael Wewer has taught photography at Edmonds CC for over a decade. His photographic images radiates out in all four directions from his home in Seattle. They take you as far south as Mono Lake and the Sierra Nevada Range in California; East to the Grand Tetons of Wyoming and the Sawtooth Range in Idaho; West to the rainforests of the Olympic Peninsula and as far North as Vancouver Island. Michael's work represents pristine areas with the hope of giving a person a sense of place and gratitude for still having such a vast number of places to escape. The intent is to capture these wild spaces with the idea of protecting them. The overall positive and negative footprint people leave behind are exemplified in his work as well. These footprints can range from recreation and preservation to clearing the land without thought.
Interested in learning about beer? This class will cover a brief overview of the brewing process, and basic beer terminology. We will taste a wide variety of beers ranging from the golden Pilsner to the black-as-night stout, and evaluate each from ingredient, flavor, and historical perspectives. At the end of the class when you see a beer that has words like dry hopped, imperial, or bottom fermented, you'll know what they're talking about !Must be 21.
I have worked in the beer industry for the last twelve years giving brewery tours, working beer festivals, holding private beer tastings, and currently work at a bar that is a brewer’s hangout, and specializes in local microbreweries and Belgian Beer. I currently handle all of the beer tasting events at the alehouse, as well as educate the staff and help select most of our seasonal offerings.
Learn how to play various rhythms on different types of drums in a group setting. Have fun learning new arrangements based on rhythmic patterns. No previous experience necessary.
Steve Roy has been teaching drumming for over 20 years and has vast experience with various types of drumming, performing and recording. He has experience in playing Latin, Jazz, Flamenco, and African rhythms and uses combinations of these different genres in his compositions.
You may be new to the dating scene, just haven't met someone yet, not sure how to attract your match, or just ready to meet "the one." If you are serious about exploring what it will take to meet your ideal partner–this is the class for you. Understanding yourself is as important as getting to know someone new. We will explore what makes your heart sing, what you are looking for in a mate, and what dynamics you will share in an ideal partnership. You will learn simple steps and practical tools to help you screen, select, and meet potential dates–and get you on your way to meeting your match in no time.
Gail Lennox, M.A. is a professional certified life coach, author, and speaker. Gail is the founder of Balanced and Centered, LLC - and is passionate about helping people see the best in themselves, dissolve limitations, and create possibilities. Gail holds a B.S. in Human Services and Counseling and a Master's degree in Organizational Management.
Stuck in a rut, stumped by a problem, or just drawing a blank? Do you find yourself doing what you’ve done before (even if it no longer works) or doing nothing at all? In this workshop you will formulate a personal “burning question” and apply ten proven techniques guaranteed to generate new perspectives and fresh ideas. Learn to think creatively and have fun doing it! No previous experience or skills required. You will move beyond unproductive assumptions and come away with loads of potential solutions to your burning question.