Feature Writing, Sculpture, and African-American History: Take a Humanities class this spring!
Jacob Lawrence's Confrontation at the Bridge
Spring classes, April 4-June 17, in the Humanities at Edmonds College include:
I, Too, Sing America: The Modern African American Struggle for Freedom, 9:30-11:20, Monday-Thursday. Study the voices of freedom in this 10-credit coordinated studies class that combines English Composition with African-American History From 1945. Key figures from this time period — authors, musicians, and activists — include Malcolm X, Martin Luther King, Alice Walker, Ralph Ellison, Miles Davis, Langston Hughes, Gwendolyn Brooks, Lorraine Hansberry, and The Black Panthers. Register for both English 102: Composition II and either Diversity Studies 119 or History 106: African-American History From 1945. This class counts as a general requirement and both the Humanities distribution and Cultural Diversity requirements toward an Associate degree.
Sculpture, Art 180, 1:40-4:30 p.m., Monday and Wednesday. Gain studio experience in sculpture. Develop perceptual skills, structural understanding, and critical judgment. A variety of media will be presented and could include clay, casting, wood, and stone. This five-credit class may count as a Humanities distribution requirement toward an Associate degree.
Feature Writing, Journalism 135, 9:30-10:20 a.m., Monday-Thursday. Tell stories that matter. Learn to write in a compelling, narrative format. Get published in The Triton Review, the college’s student newspaper. Study the latest techniques in online journalism and new media. This five-credit class counts as a Humanities distribution requirement toward an Associate degree. For more information, call journalism instructor Rob Harrill at 425.640.1911 or email email@example.com.