Arts & Education Classes

Katz Adult Continuing Education classes at JCC Indianapolis offer a chance for you to expand your mind, continue learning and make connections with others. We aim to offer a wide variety of classes for all interest levels. Keep checking here and on our Events page for class offerings.

 

Intermediate Russian

Wednesday | Jan 10-Feb 14

7-8 pm

$69 / $46 M

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Class Description

Class Description

This class continues to develop skills of understanding, speaking, reading, and writing Russian. It expands students’ vocabulary and enhances conversational and reading ability through class discussions, pair/group work, simulations, and oral presentations. The purpose of Intermediate Russian is to enable the student to become more proficient in speaking and understanding Russian in a wide variety of situations.

Beginning Italic Calligraphy

Wednesdays | Jan 17-Feb 21

7-9 pm

$136 / $92 M
*Must register by Wed, Jan 10

 

Class description

Class description

This class is designed for beginners and those who have previous experience with Italic. Italic is the alphabet most people think of when they think of calligraphy. Beginners will learn both upper and lower case letters and have weekly homework assignments which will include finished projects. Those more experienced with italic will fine tune their letters and have weekly homework with finished projects which will reflect what they have learned. Beginner supplies cost about $20–$25 and will be available at the first class. Please let us know if you are left-handed so special supplies can be ordered. Others should bring their usual supplies to the first class.

Politics Update with Pierre M. Atlas, Ph.D.

Thu, Jan 25

6:30-8 pm

$18 / $13 M

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Class Description

Class Description

If anyone can help make sense of the world of politics, Pierre Atlas is the man. Atlas is professor of political science and director of The Richard G. Lugar Franciscan Center for Global Studies at Marian University, and is a monthly opinion columnist for the Indianapolis Star.

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