Apr 24 , 2013
Houston Symphony Concertmaster Frank Huang and Associate Concertmaster Eric Halen. Photo by Bruce Bennett. Houston Symphony Concertmaster Frank Huang and Associate Concertmaster Eric Halen. Photo by Bruce Bennett.

We’re still hammering out the details of our fall courses, but we decided to share some titles with you before registration opens on July 15, 2013. We have some really interesting courses on topics such as neuroscience, Richard III, the Houston Symphony, the Houston Museum of Natural Science's new Egyptology Hall, craft and classic beers, watercolor and more.  We’d love to know what you think. Which courses would you like to take?

Arts, Humanities and Sciences
• A Briefing on U.S. Foreign Policy: Perspectives on U.S. Policy on Key Issues in the World
• Egyptology: Unraveling the Story
• Getting There: How Transportation Shaped Houston’s Development
• A Candid Look at Four American Presidents
• Sustainable Houston and You
• The Iliad of Homer
• Celebrating 100 Years with the Houston Symphony
• The Newest in Neuroscience: How the Brain Affects All Aspects of Life
• Rediscovering Richard III
• Spotlight on Rice University’s Humanities Research Center
• World War I: The Great War

• DAYTIME: Tibetan Meditation
• Cooking with Chef Roger: Around the World in 40 Courses
• Four Variables, Infinite Variations: Exploring Craft and Classic Beers
• Getting the Most Out of Your iPad
• Your Dream Home: A Guide to the Design, Building and Remodeling Process

Studio Art and Photography
• DAYTIME and EVENING: The Basics of Photography
• DAYTIME: Digital Photography: Beyond the Basics
• DAYTIME: Introduction to Digital Photography: A One-Day Seminar
• DAYTIME: Street Photography
• DAYTIME: Travel Photography: A One-Day Seminar
• Advanced Photography Workshop with Peter Brown
• Making Extraordinary Photos of Everyday Life
• Watercolor for the Beginner
• You, Too, Can Draw

Creative Writing
• DAYTIME: Introduction to Short Story Writing
• DAYTIME: Playwriting
• Finding the Heart of the Story in a Novel
• Writing the Novel: Introduction
• Shaping Your Story

Personal Finance
• Retirement, Investment and Estate Planning in the New Economy
• Stock Market and Investment Portfolios: The Fundamentals
Courses and titles are subject to change. Courses that meet in the daytime on weekdays are labeled “Daytime.”

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Kim Espinosa


Kim Espinosa, Marketing Specialist

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