Lifelong Learning

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Living at Edenwald has numerous advantages that go beyond exceptional services and amenities. The array of events, programs and activities provide an opportunity for residents to continue to grow through an active lifestyle, lectures and unique opportunities.

Among these opportunities is the lifelong learning focus that includes not only interesting and educational speakers who come onsite, but offsite as well. With our location adjacent to Goucher College, adult learners can conveniently participate in Goucher College’s Sage Academy of Lifelong Learning. Through this program, adult learners join with students as they explore stimulating topics and share experiences just for the fun of it.

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Sage Academy for Lifelong Learning

Mondays & Wednesdays, March 25th – May 1st, from 10 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.

*Must be REGISTERED            $15 per individual program

Location: Goucher College     Transportation Provided by Edenwald

PROGRAMS:

Mon, April 1: Literary Codeswitching: Writing Fiction and Nonfiction without Losing Your Mind

Wed, April 3: Bakin’ Whoopie Cake Designs

Mon, April 8: A.A. Milne: Much More Than Just Pooh

Wed, April 10: A Nursery for Militant Suffragists: The History of the Women’s Suffrage Movement at Goucher College

Mon, April 15: Yoga Nidra: A Power Nap, But Only Better!

Wed, April 17: Hubble and its Cameras: “The Wow Factor”

Mon, April 22: Waste Systems & Solutions

Wed, April 24: The Glover’s Son: How Shakespeare Became a Household Name

Mon, April 29: Triumph & Tragedy: Leonardo da Vinci’s Fresco of the Last Supper

Wed, May 1: BaltiMurals: Street Art & Murals from Baltimore City & Beyond

 

Instructor: Joseph Cassar

Dada and the Anxieties of the 20th Century 

Mondays      12:00 p.m.

Location: Terraces Multipurpose Room         Date: Jan. 28th -April 1st

With the advent of World War I, artists felt betrayed by the faculty of reason. They developed a new art form that was irrational, imaginative, and surreal.  Artists to be studied are Tristan Tzara, Jean Arp, Max Ernst, Rene Magritte, and Salvador Dali.      Registration closed.