We are half way through the fall semester and Nashville Community Education has more than a dozen classes still available for you to register for now through December.
Students will learn all of the technical elements of working in a TV studio: Camera, Audio, Lights, Video Switcher, Teleprompter, Audio Mixing. You will also learn the Floor Director and Technical Director roles. Class is fun, interactive, and hands-on. Beginners welcome!
Nov 13-14/Tue & Wed/6:00pm-9:30pm
Your next step to becoming a producer! TV Production must be completed prior to attending. This class teaches you all of the elements of putting a series together, managing a studio, collaborating with crew, and becoming a NECAT Producer.
Nov 19-Nov 20/Mon-Tues./6:00pm-9:30pm
Social Media is a great tool for creating an online presence that showcases your individual story and passions. We will explore ways of sharing your story to connect with your audience, how to put your authentic voice to the story and how to use your chosen platform (Twitter, Facebook and/or Instagram) to showcase your career, philanthropy, or hobby.
Nov 29-Dec 13/Thu/6:00pm-8:00pm
There is no source better than the Nashville Farmers’ Market—feeding Nashville since 1801---to learn how to make the most of fresh, regionally-grown produce. Chef Laura Rodriguez will offer tips about cooking seasonally and demonstrate a recipe easily re-created in your home kitchen using produce from local farmers. Tastings and samples included!
Nov 7- Wed 6:00-7:15pm/Dec Wed 6:00pm-7:15pm
Learn how to alter books into works of mixed media art. Students use paints, pictures, post cards or special papers and trinkets to create unique embellishments. Book themes can range from holidays to love, courage or gardens. Students are required to purchase their own materials - a list will be provided the first night.
Nov 19-Dec 10/Mon/6:30pm- 8:30pm
Make your own angel tree topper or holiday centerpiece. Use a variety of different materials and several basket weaving techniques to create a unique piece that is approximately 10” tall. Some weaving experience helpful.
Ready to save money, time, AND start eating healthier? Meal planning is the key to making long-lasting dietary changes for you and your family. Learn this essential life skill and finally master meal planning from the grocery store to the dining table. All instruction will be provided by a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist.
Note: Students are required to pay a $5 materials fee to the instructor.
Nov 6- Nov 13/ Tue./6:00pm-7:30pm
Sway is an intelligent digital storytelling app from Office that is great for project or problem-based learning. Teachers can create interactive web-based lessons, assignments, project recaps, newsletters, and more—right from a phone, tablet, or browser! Students can collaborate and use Sway to create engaging reports, assignments, projects, study materials, and portfolios. Sways are easy to share with the class or the world and look great on any screen.
More fall classes:
CPR for adults
Traditional Cuban Cooking
Basic First Aid
Relief Printing Basics
and so much more!