Texarkana — Summer is a perfect time to try your hand at a course you have always wanted to take and hone in on a special skill. At Texarkana College, students can take ceramics and sculpting, music appreciation, public speaking or even beginning Spanish classes through the Humanities Division beginning June 4, 2012 and continuing for five weeks. This is the final week for Summer I registration.
Michael Cooper, Texarkana College Humanities Division Chair said, “Texarkana College has highly qualified instructors and unique courses not offered anywhere else in our region. Classes are small and affordable and instructors provide individual attention to students to help them reach their highest potential. Summer is a perfect time for new students, university students home for the summer, or even high school students who have been taking dual credit courses through TC to earn a little extra college credit and get ahead.”
One example of a unique class offered at Texarkana College is the sculpting and ceramics class. Instructor Glen Knod has over 34 years of experience working with clay.
“Summer school classes are ideal to work with clay because they meet daily. This gives the student ample time to develop the piece and allows a perfect timeframe for the drying process. Often when working with clay, if a class meets on a weekly basis, the clay becomes too dry between sessions. Students can work at their own pace whether they are a beginner or an advanced student.”
For additional information, please go to the Texarkana College website at www.texarkanacollege.edu or contact Michael Cooper at 903-823-3361