(Bradenton, FL—October 22, 2015) Capture the beauty and love of the holidays through photography. Make art of your memories. Create cartoons. Get the most out of your I-Phone/I-Pad. Learn computer basics. Get ready for the golf course. These classes and more will be offered starting in November at Manatee Technical College.
MTC’s non-credit enrichment classes are open to all adults for their enjoyment and enrichment. They offer a low-cost way to learn something new and meet others with similar interests.
Photography: Master Photographer Carmen Schettino will teach how to get the maximum creative use and enjoyment out of a digital camera for years to come.
Art: Margi Nanney will teach you how to make art of your memories, mix art with history, turn trash into treasures, and the basics of painting and drawing.
Computer Art: William Ferrell will teach cartooning, graphic design programs such as Photoshop and Illustrator, as well as digital editing and painting.
Apple products: Ryan Bremner will teach how you how to get the most out of all your Apple devices, including I-Phone, I-Pad and Apple TV, as well as I-Cloud and Mac OSX.
Computer Basics: Craig DeToma will help you get comfortable using your computer, from how to turn it on to sending attachments, using the Internet and other fun things.
Golf: Dave Frantz will get you ready to step on the golf course with an intro to the rules, putting, the short game, the swing, and time on a course.
Photography is $125 for 6 three-hour classes. All other adult enrichment classes are $25 per class or a series (5 classes) for $100. Most classes meet one evening per week for 3.5 hours. For more information, please contact Tim Arb at 941.751.7900 x 1108 or email@example.com or Greg McGrew at firstname.lastname@example.org or 941.751.7900 x 1025. The MTC Main Campus is located at 6305 State Road 70 East, one mile west of I-75 exit 217B. The school’s website is ManateeTech.edu.