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Bartending
I: M 7-9pm 2/8-3/21
II: M 9-11pm 2/8-3/21
IIl: T 7-9pm 219-3122
IV: T 9-11pm 2/9-3/22
Learn to mix over 100 drinks! A certif-
icate of graduation will be awarded upon
passing the written and practical exam.
Colored water is used, not liquor. $20
Dave Love

Graphic Design
I: Th 7-9pm 2/4-3/31
This class will introduce students to graph-
ic design techniques, tools, and principles.
In-class assignments will prepare students
to produce camera-ready art work.
$40/$15lab fee
John Domoff. BFA. University of Michigan

Interior Decorating
I. W 7-9pm 2/3-3/30
This class will offer advice and techniques
on decorating your environment, be it your
apartment, office, or home. In-class
assignments will deal with color, texture,
and other important decorating tech-
niques. $40
Jim Jones, Interior Design Manager,
Jacobson's

Beginning Line Drawing
I T 7-9pm 2/2-3/29
Learn the oldest and most essential skills
in all two-dimensional art: the creation of
three-dimensional images and spaces with
two-dimensional lines. Learn to describe
objects and forms in perspective with line
by working from still fifes, landscapes and
live models. $40_
Clayton Lewis, MFA,
Parsons School of Design
Materials needed: 18 x 24 newsprint pad,

Introduction to
Photosilkscreen
I: Th 7-9pm 2/4-3/31
This class will focus on use of photo
emulsion to transfer images to a screen for
printing on a variety of surfaces. Know-,
ledge of photography is not necessary;
source of image need not be photo. $401
15 lab feel+ screen purchase
Janet Gallup, BFA,
University of Michigan

Photography I
I: T 5-7pm 2/2-3/29
II: T 7:30-9:30pm 2/2-3/29
III: Th 7-9pm 2/4-3/31
This class covers the basic techniques of
photography. The format of the class will
include use of camera and filters, film pro-
cessing and printing, and negative evalua-
tion. $405$15 lab fee
Ben Colman Ill, MFA, Cranbrook Academy
of Art
Bob Moustakas. Director. The F-Stop
Materials needed: 35mm camera, roll of
black &white Tri-X film, notebook.

Wine Tasting
I: Th 7-9pm 2/11-3/10
II: Th 7-9pm 3/17-4/7
This course covers the basic techniques in
wine tasting appreciation. Different wines
from various countries will be tasted. The
instructor, Dick Scheer, is the owner of
Village Corner and a widely known expert
on wine. This course is open only to stu-
dents, alumni, faculty and staff members,
of The University of Michigan. $33
Note: Participants must be at least 21
years of age. Proof of age is required at
the time of registration.

Art of Reading Tarot Cards
: M 7-9pm 3/7-4/4
Learn how to read Tarot cards for yourself
and your friends! During the class, you will
receive Tarot card readings which are dif-
ferent from fortunetelling. Tarot cards can
help you gain insight into relationships,
career, prosperity, and creativity. A course
pack will be provided, but you must own a
Tarot deck. For more information about
purchasing Tarot cards or about this class,
call 769-2718. $20.
Sharon Klein

Creative Handbuilding in
Ceramics & Introduction to
Wheel-Thrown Pottery
I: Sat 10-Ipm 2/6-4/2
II: Sat 2-p din 26-412
This class will offer two distinct ap-

Adult CPR
I: T 6
II: M 6
This course teac
respiration, one-
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adult victim). Ti
requirement. Th
qualified Red Cr
books are incluc
course. $12 Pi
completion of th

Massage
I: Th 7-10pm 2/11-3/24
Massage for beginners. Six weeks of
giving and receiving massage. Primary
focus is on stress reduction and tension
release. Bring a large body towel and
loose clothes. Textbook is included.$30
Barry Ryder

Aerobic Dance
I: M&W 4-5pm 2/8-4/13
II: M&W 5-6pm 2/8-4/13
Ill: T&Th 4-5pm 2/9-4/14
Develop cardiovascular strength and
muscle tone while learning routines to your
favorite tunes! Wear loose fitting clothing
and gym shoes. Also, please bring a towel
or sweatshirt for floor exercises. $25
Rebecca Rand
Jennifer Arquette

Ballroom Dancing
I M 7-9pm 3/7-4/11
II: W 7-9pm 3/9-4/13
Put on your dancing shoes! In this course
for beginners and intermediates, you will
"waltz" your way through six weeks of

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scarves you car
tricks that will le
Harry Colestock

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dances like the Rumba, Fox'
Cha-Cha. Back by populard
and Mrs. Hilton will return for
year to teach section I. Ouri
is Scott Reed, who will be te
II. $30/couple
s a committee of the Uni-
Center (UAC). UAC is
ent-run organization on
ng an opportunity for stu-
e involved in any of its ex-
ivities: MUSKET, Soph
ance, Soundstage,
any, Special Events, Laugh
s, Michigras, Home-
oint Lectures, College
Starbound and Mni-
e are also opportunities to
unting, publicity, tickets,
UAC is located on the
the Michigan Union. For
n on how to get involved,

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demand, Mr.
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newest "twist"
aching section

Sports Massage
I: T 7-10pm 2/9-3/22
A beginning course for the novice that
learns fast. You will learn basic massage
techniques to speed recovery time and for
tension release, as well as specific tech-
niques that keep the joints supple. Injury
rehabilitation will be discussed. Bring a
large body towel and loose clothes. $30
Barry Ryder

I: W 7:30-9:30pm 2/10-3/23
II: Th 7-9pm 2/11-3/24
ll: Sat 11-1pm 3/5-4/9
This course offers techniques for relaxa-
tion as well as basic Yoga postures,
breathing exercises, and techniques. Wear
loose, comfortable clothing and bring a
light blanket or large towel. $20
1, 111: Laura and Bill Taylor
11: Luis Sfier-Younis

Pre-Weekend Massage
I: F 4-6pm 2/12-3/25
Your week is coming to a close. You've
dredged through the week carrying those
heavy books, and taxed your brain to the
limit. I's time to speed the recovery pro-
cess, to free yourself for the weekend.
Bring a large body towel and loose
clothes. $20
Barry Ryder

Pool
I: M 7-9pm 2/8-3/21
Get the right angle! This course for
beginners covers the fundamentals of
billiards including bridge, stroke, stance,
shot selection and position play. Sessions
include handouts, lectures, demonstrations
and ample practice time. $20
Tom Gustaf son

Taxation Without
Frustration
I: Th 7-9pm 2/11-3/24
Do you want to give the government extra
money because you didn't file your return
correctly? This class will teach you how to
get tax breaks without taxes breaking you
first. It will explain the new tax law, in-
cluding exemptions, witholding, wages,
interest and dividend income, itemized
deductions, depreciation, and tax credits.
$20
Sandra Marko, Internal Revenue Service

Yoga
Philosophy and Meditation
I: Th 9-10pm ' 3/3-4/7
Reflect on the traditions of yoga and medi-
tation. Explore why people practice them,
what the benefits are, and how they apply
to daily living. $20
Luis Sfier-Younis

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