Virginia Commonwealth University in Qatar’s (VCUQatar) 2017 Spring Community Education and Girl’s Holiday Programmes have opened for online registration.
Delivered three times each year, the community education programme offers a wide range of art, design and craft classes during an eight-week period. As a new addition, there are several craft workshops to choose from, allowing participants to learn new techniques over one or two weekends.
Choices can be made from within course categories such as photography and film making & editing, drawing, painting, illustration, fashion, jewellery, interior & graphic design, event design, computer aided design, and various crafts.
Community classes are mostly open to both genders for those aged above 15 and are taught in English. But, a selection of classes are taught in Arabic, including several classes for children of 15 years or younger. For the Spring 2017 programme, younger audiences can choose from five subjects. Classes start from January 29 onwards.
In addition to the community classes, the Girls Holiday Programme will start just in time for the term break by the independent schools. To add more variety to the programme, VCUQatar has partnered with Science Made Fun to offer several ‘ArtSci’ classes together with classes in painting, decoupage, and 3D sculpting.
People can visit VCUQatar in Education City from January 5; register and pay from Sunday through Thursday from 9am to 12pm and from 1pm to 4pm.
Online registration is open at www.qatar.vcu.edu/communityclasses and www.qatar.vcu.edu/community/girlsprogram.
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