Nurture your inner creative self and examine the challenges of women who pursue a creative profession during one of four College 4-A Day seminars coming up at Anne Arundel Community College.
Spend a Saturday with other lifelong learners and enjoy a fun, stress-free and test-free atmosphere. Participants get lunch and a T-shirt, too.
During “Woman as Creator and Professional” (WMI 388) on April 10, participants will see the award-winning documentary “Who Does She Think She Is?” as it follows the lives of women in diverse creative fields. Identify the challenges and successes of a local artist, participate in a creative painting experience and a drumming circle!
Three other seminars are scheduled for the spring and summer seasons:
- April 17 – “Choices and Challenges for Midlife and Beyond” (COA 302) – Discover ways to find your passion, catch up on the latest techno-gadgets and talk about communication differences between men and women at any age.
- June 12 – “SOS for Military Families” (CFD 310) – Join other military spouses and dependents for a day of help, advice and fun. Learn about the challenges of raising children alone while loved ones are deployed. Participants also will create a DVD for a deployed parent featuring their children.
- July 31 – “A Day Just For You” (CFD 311) – Spend a day away from life’s challenges and chores. Pamper yourself with new ideas and experiences. Learn breathing exercises, create an art project, enjoy Japanese cuisine for lunch, design a floral arrangement and indulge in a hand massage.
Each seminar costs $79 and meets from 10 a.m.-3 p.m. on AACC’s Arnold campus, 101 College Parkway. Advance registration is required. For information and to register, visit www.aacc.edu/weekend/college4aday or call 410-777-2325.